Newgate Lane, New Radnor, Presteigne, LD8 2TB

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An historic and character cottage in a truly inspirational location with stunning views.

DIRECTIONS

From Kington continue towards Rhayader on the A44 for approximately 4 miles and ignore the first turning to the right to New Radnor. Take the second turning to the right towards the village and just beyond the 30mph speed restriction sign turn left into Newgate Lane. Continue to the end of the lane where the property can be found on the right hand side.

SITUATION AND DESCRIPTION

This property enjoys a stunning elevated location with spectacular views yet just a few minutes drive from Kington. The property is also accessible to Leominster, Hereford, Llandrindod Wells and Rhayader.

This historic property enjoys not only spectacular views but also more locally across the former motte and bailey castle at New Radnor. There is also direct riding access via the ongoing bridle path into The Radnor Forest.

The property has been considerably updated and luxuriously appointed with beautiful terraced gardens and grounds with numerous viewing decks so as to maximise its delightful position.

The property is centrally heated and double glazed to the front with mullioned style window surrounds, exposed timber and the character accommodation comprises as follows

GROUND FLOOR

Studded front entrance door to

ENCLOSED PORCH

with boot and coat area. Entrance door to

COUNTRY KITCHEN

with eye level wall cupboards and cabinets , oak range with integral dishwasher , fridge freezer. Cupboards and drawers. Work surface space. Quality Cooke and Lewis 1.5 bowl sink unit with drainer and mixer tap. Leisure all electric range with warming plate, halogen hob, four ring hob, fan assisted double oven and grill with extractor hob. Exposed timbers. Glass panelled door to

UTILITY ROOM

with stable door, slate tiling, work surface space, cupboards and drawers.

WC

with wash hand basin with part panelling.

SITTING/DRAWING ROOM

a delightful room with original front door, part stone elevation, exposed timbers. Fireplace incorporating woodburning stove with hearth. Stained glass windows in door.

DINING ROOM/SECOND RECEPTION ROOM

with open fireplace and stone surround and mantel, central ceiling rose, coving, glass panelled double doors to

DELIGHTFUL PENTAGONAL CONSERVATORY

with double french doors, double glazing, ceramic tiled floor,

FIRST FLOOR

Stairway with built in cupboards, central heating thermostat to

LANDING

with part pitched ceiling

MAIN BEDROOM

with dual aspect and access to roof space. Useful display plinth.

BATHROOM

with modern suite with panelled bath, tiling, thermostatically controlled shower, mirror fronted airing cupboard with immersion heater, tiling, ornate wash hand basin, WC

BEDROOM TWO/OFFICE

Doorway to the far end of the property to the original part of the house.

BEDROOM THREE

dual aspect, built in double wardrobe.

OUTSIDE

The gardens form a very special feature to the property being terraced, landscaped and reconfigured incorporating interconnecting pathways, spinney and woodland area and further upper pathway. To the rear of the property external Worcester Bosch boiler. Further terrace and garden shed. Trellised arch and steps covered with climbing clematis , honeysuckle , roses. Further shrub and floral terracing to garden lawn. Front paved terrace and gateway to the field and well. Lower extensive paved front terrace with spectacular floral shrub borders. Access to an additional sundeck. Useful concrete panelled store with power and lighting. Outside tap. Further BBQ and trellised seating area. Covered with climbing roses. Ornamental pool and rockery. In total the gardens and grounds extend to approximately 0.7 acres (tbv).

OUTBUILDINGS

The property is offered with a whole host of outbuildings including Detached open fronted Double Garage with power and lighting, above which is a very well insulated Games Room/Home Office with stable door providing wonderful views, fluorescent lighting and power. Quality range of timber clad stables with overhang power and lighting providing useful storage. Two Original stables and loosebox with fodder store adjoining. Summerhouse with double glass panelled doors, power and lighting providing a stunning view from the non-slip deck. Detached pole barn providing useful wood storage plus fully enclosed workshop with power and lighting and separate fusebox.

We further understand the property is a registered smallholding.

SERVICES

We are advised that mains electricity, mains water are connected. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Powys county council 01597 826000.

Arrange viewing 01432 507171

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