Keller Williams UK
2 bed Detached House For Sale

Coed Llan Lane, Llanfyllin

£340,000 Guide Price

Property Description

  • Detached bungalow
  • Three bedrooms
  • Large lounge/Diner
  • Conservatory
  • **Potential to extend into the loft S.S.T.C
  • Parking * Garage
  • Walking distance to Llanfyllin
  • No onward chain
  • Wonderful views

Enjoying a tranquil setting in a highly sought-after location, this spacious bungalow boasts an extremely convenient and elevated position within short walking distance of Llanfyllin's high street offering an array of amenity options.

In brief, the bungalow consists of a lounge/diner, kitchen, utility area, conservatory, two double bedrooms a large hallway as well as a study area. A choice of entrances, one in the kitchen or one through the study area on the right-hand side of the home. The light-filled conservatory has wonderful views of the church and rolling hilltop farmland. 

The principal bedroom has an en-suite toilet facility with a wash hand basin, this could easily be converted to a shower room.

The loft has enormous potential to be converted to another room, subject to the usual consent.

Externally, there is off-street parking on both sides of the home as well as a garage. Two store rooms are located between the main home and the garage, and again, this could be utilised and converted in the future. A unique feature is a hatch located at the rear of the home that enables access under the garage, perfect if you have an interest in motoring or mechanics. To the rear aspect is a secluded private wrap-around garden perfect for alfresco dining and summer entertaining. A shed, greenhouse and hedge borders finish off this low-maintenance garden. The views across the countryside are very pleasant in all four seasons.
The home is offered to the market with no onward chain.

Oil fired heating
Mains electric
Mains drainage/water

Llanfyllin is a small town flanked by the Cain and Abel rivers.
A thriving market town, it is an ideal centre to use as a picturesque base to explore the area including nearby Lake Vyrnwy, Welshpool and Oswestry.

The town has all the amenities that it needs to sustain a very happy and content populace, with some excellent restaurants, cafes and accommodations as well as a weekly farmers market. The Llanfyllin County Show is held in August each year and has been a highlight of the local community for over 150 years.

The popular town also provides its locals with their everyday requirements including the facilities of the Post Office, Chemist, Bakery, Garage, Convenience Stores, Butchers, Hotel, Public Houses, Church etc. The town also has the benefit of primary, secondary and sixth-form education and a newly built state-of-the-art Doctor and Dentist surgery.
Council tax band: E

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