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Townhouse 3 Bedroom House For Sale
Hay on Wye, Talgarth, LD3

£320,000

Character property with garden & patio recently renovated to retain charm and character. Garden overlooking river and Talgarth Mill.A delightful double fronted cottage situated in the picturesque market town of Talgarth. This deceptive cottage, with 1674 sq ft of living accommodation, briefly comprises; Entrance hall…

Key Features

  • Town property
  • Central location
  • Entrance Hall with flagstone floor
  • Reception Hall/Dining Hall with kitchen off
  • Sitting Room
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Attic room: Studio/Art room, toilet & basin
  • Flagstone & wood floors & exposed beams

Property Information

Character property with garden & patio recently renovated to retain charm and character. Garden overlooking river and Talgarth Mill.

A delightful double fronted cottage situated in the picturesque market town of Talgarth. This deceptive cottage, with 1674 sq ft of living accommodation, briefly comprises; Entrance hall leading to the open plan kitchen, dining room. The dining area has beautiful flagged stone flooring and a wood burner opening to a fully fitted kitchen. From the dining room is access into the separate utility room with downstairs WC and a doorway to the garden. The living area has retained many beautiful character features and also has the benefit of another reception room at the front of the property, this would be ideal for a study or playroom. To the first floor you will find three bedrooms, an en-suite and a family bathroom. On the second floor there is access to another room. To the rear of the property is a lovely, well maintained and stocked garden with fenced boundaries and a patio area.

Talgarth is an ancient market town in southern Powys, Mid Wales which lies to the North of the Black Mountains between Hay-on-Wye and Brecon within the administrative area of Powys County Council. The market town revels in the charm and hospitality whilst always been a centre for trade and commerce and was famous for its horse fairs up to the end of the 19th century.There is an array of amenities including co-op convenience store, café’s, pubs, local primary school and access to the surrounding countryside.

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01497 828263 standard network rate

Quote Reference: 4474461

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