LANE COTTAGE

LLANYRE, LLANDRINDOD WELLS, POWYS LD1 6EY

A Traditional Detached House Renovated To A High Standard

In a Quiet & Secluded Rural Location near the County Town of Llandrindod Wells

TO LET

Furnished or Unfurnished for a Period of 1 Year on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy

at a Rental in the Region of £850 per Calendar Month.

Available from Mid-January 2018

VIEWING – Strictly By Appointment Through The Sole Letting Agent

SITUATION

The property is in a quiet, rural location in the Upper Wye Valley near Llandrindod Wells.  It is set back from the A4081 within a large garden and has fine views over the surrounding countryside.

LOCATION

The cottage is located about 2 and 3 miles respectively from the villages of Llanyre and Newbridge-on-Wye, which between them provide village services such as a shop/post office, public houses and a primary school.  Further services, secondary schools, GP surgeries, local hospital, dentists, shops and supermarkets are provided between them by the county town of Llandrindod Wells (3 miles) and the nearby market towns of Rhayader (8 miles) and Builth Wells (9 miles).  The property is also about 21 miles from Knighton, 23 miles from Kington, 25 miles from Brecon, 27 miles from Hay-on-Wye, 29 miles from Newtown, 42 miles from Aberystwyth and 43 miles from Hereford.

THE PROPERTY

Lane Cottage is a detached split-level stone-built cottage with a large single storey extension to the rear. It was renovated to a high standard and benefits from under-floor central heating provided by a renewable ground source supply

ACCOMMODATION

(All measurements are approximate)

GROUND FLOOR (Extension to the rear)

Entrance Porch (2.1m x 1.3m) with sliding patio doors, a small window, part-exposed stone walls, tile flooring, space for boots and coats, wooden traditional door leading into:

Open Plan Kitchen, Dining & Living Room (8.5m x 5.1m) with west, north and east facing double glazed windows, glazed double doors leading to patio area, a range of quality fitted base and wall kitchen units, integrated fridge and fridge-freezer, integrated dishwasher, AGA electric & gas range cooker, solid-fuel stove, oak floor boards with under-floor heating, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Steps leading down from Ground Floor to hallway between:

Bedroom 1 with En-suite (4.5m x 5.5m longest walls) L-shaped bedroom with south and west facing double glazed windows, south facing part-glazed door leading to outside, under-floor heating, vinyl flooring, two built-in wardrobes, over-bed wall mounted reading lights, exposed beams. En-suite (2.1m x 2.3m) – WC, hand basin, bath with ‘Triton’ electric shower over, heated towel rail and vinyl flooring.

Utility Room / Bedroom 2 with En-suite Wet Room (4.3m x 5.5m longest walls) L shaped room with south and east facing double glazed windows, south facing part glazed door leading to outside, under-floor heating, vinyl flooring, TV point, over-bed wall mounted reading lights, row of utility base units housing integrated washing machine and tumble dryer, sink set in worktop with hot and cold mixer tap over. En-suite Wet Room  (2.3m x 2.1m) – level access and purpose built disabled friendly wet room with hand basin, WC, level access shower, hand rails, heated towel rail, vinyl flooring.

FIRST FLOOR

Access via two separate flights of stairs from the Ground Floor leading to:

Bedroom 3 (3.1m x 2.3m) with south facing double glazed window, under-floor heating, beige carpet.

Snug/Bedroom 4 (2.7m x 3.4) with south facing double glazed window, under-floor heating, beige carpet, TV point.

Bathroom 1 (2.0 m x 1.8m) with east facing double glazed window, vinyl flooring, W.C. hand basin, bath and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 5 (3.4m x 2.8m) with south facing double glazed window, under-floor heating, beige carpet and built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 6 (3.1m x 2.4m) with south facing double glazed window, under-floor heating, beige carpet.

Bathroom 2 (2.0 m x 1.8m) with west facing double glazed window, vinyl flooring, W.C. hand basin, bath and heated towel rail.

OUTSIDE

The property is surrounded by its own large enclosed garden, with tarmac parking areas. The garden is mainly down to lawns, with several mature trees, shrubs and flower beds. A redundant vegetable patch may be included within the tenanted area upon request. To the rear of the property is a large patio area.

Garden Shed (5.2m x 2.7m) of timber frame construction with corrugated iron sheet roofing.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS

The property is available to be let furnished or unfurnished. All fixtures and fittings provided will remain the property of the Landlord and will be listed on an Inventory that will be included with the Tenancy Agreement.

SERVICES

Mains electricity and water, renewable ground source heating, private drainage. Telephone and broadband subject to BT transfer regulations.

CAR PARKING

There is ample parking for 4 cars.

DEPOSIT

A deposit of £1275 will be payable on signing the Tenancy Agreement and will be returnable at the end of the Tenancy provided the terms of the Agreement have been complied with and in accordance with a statutory insurance-based tenancy deposit scheme.

TERM & COSTS

The property will be offered, subject to contract, on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for a fixed term of 12 months at a rent in the region of £850 per calendar month, payable in advance by standing order.  The property will be available to let from Mid-January 2018.

The Tenant will also be required to make a contribution towards the Landlord’s letting costs of £120 (inclusive of VAT).  In addition, prospective tenants must provide information to a reference checking agency as part of their application for the Tenancy, for which there is an additional charge of £41 (inclusive of VAT) per prospective tenant.

OUTGOINGS

The Tenant will be responsible for paying all outgoings including Council Tax Band F (band to be confirmed) electricity, gas for the cooker, water, telephone and fuel for the stove.  The Tenant will also be responsible for internal decoration, minor repairs and all garden maintenance.

LOCAL INFORMATION

Outdoor Recreation – Mid-Wales is well known for beautiful scenery, wildlife and outdoor recreation, such as fishing, walking, horse riding and bird watching. A public footpath that adjoins the property can be used to gain access to a number of other local public rights of way.

Indoor Activities – Llandrindod Wells, Rhayader and Builth Wells have libraries, leisure centres and swimming pools.  There are theatres at both Llandrindod and Builth Wells, with the nearest cinema at Builth Wells.

Events – Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival (August), Royal Welsh Smallholder & Garden Festival, Royal Welsh Show and Royal Welsh Winter Fair at Builth Wells (May, July & November respectively), Brecon Jazz Festival (August), Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival (May)