Franksbridge, Llandrindod Wells LD1 5SA, UK
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If you are looking for that idyllic family house in a rural location, Banc y Defaid could be your answer. Located in the small and peaceful village of Franksbridge, the property benefits from an elevated plot and superb views out over the village to the distant Mid Wales hills. Franksbridge is surrounded by beautiful Mid Wales countryside and benefits from a Baptist Chapel and small primary school which is highly thought of locally, recently receiving good and excellent judgments throughout at the last Estyn inspection. The historic Spa Town of Llandrindod Wells is some 7 miles away where a range of eateries, public houses, doctors, dentists, hospital with a minor injuries department, library, primary and high school, two supermarkets, leisure centre, golf course, train station and boating lake, can be found. Builth Wells is also 7 miles away and is home to The Royal Welsh agricultural show each July.
Individually built in 1995, and benefiting from a central vacuuming system, oil central heating and double glazing, the property briefly comprises on the lower ground floor, 2 storerooms and an integral garage with door leading into a storeroom and another leading up to the ground floor. On the ground floor can be found the kitchen breakfast room, utility room, shower room, bedroom 3, reception/dining room and lounge which benefits from patio doors out on to the balcony. Stairs lead to the galleried landing on the first floor where the 3 further double bedrooms can be found, all with built in storage, while the bathroom benefits from a washbasin, toilet and bath with overhead shower.
Outside the property benefits from a large parking area to the front for several vehicles and is approached up a flight of steps which leads to the large paved balcony. There is also a Cotswold chipping path which leads to the rear of the property. The mature garden has a range of flower borders, shrubs, trees, private patio area and also a small pond, an ideal area to sit and enjoy the spectacular scenery and tranquillity of the area. The garden extends to both sides and rear of the property.
Tenure : Freehold
Oil Fired Central Heating
Mains Electric, and Water, Private Drainage
Council Tax: Band E