A delightful detached Victorian house, situated in a small hamlet, close to Glasbury on Wye and offering character accommodation, oil fired centrally heated and double glazed to include; a sitting room, separate dining room, fitted kitchen with appliances, cloakroom/utility room, three good sized bedrooms, bathroom with shower over and outside; attractive, well stocked and pretty gardens with pleasant views across to the welsh hills and is within easy traveling distance of the well known town of Hay on Wye.
This attractive and character Victorian house is situated in a small hamlet, close to the village of Glasbury on Wye, with views towards the Black Mountains. It is about 4 miles from Hay-on-Wye, renowned for its annual literary festival.
Glasbury on Wye has a garage filling station and village shop and also a thriving canoe centre with canoe expeditions taken on the River Wye.
A little further afield, within the Brecon Beacons National Park, is the Cathedral town of Brecon, with its theatre, annual Jazz Festival and the canal basin for the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
A internal inspection is recommended of Bryn Rhosyn and viewings are strictly by prior appointment with the selling agents.
The full particulars of Bryn Rhosyn, Cwmbach, Glasbury on Wye, are now further described as follows
The property is a Victorian house of brick construction under a slate roof.
There is outside lighting to the front and a half glazed entrance door opens into an enclosed porch.
The porch is of timber construction, single glazed opening windows, ceiling light, quarry tiled floor, Matwell and from the porch, a double glazed door opens into the sitting room;
Sitting Room (15' x 13'6 4.57m x 4.11m):
The sitting room has a feature fireplace with a cast iron wood burner, standing on a raised stone hearth, there are alcoves to either side of the chimney breast and also some hand made built in cupboards. The sitting room has a ceiling light, power points, panelled radiator, double glazed window to the front, telephone subject to BT regulations and also a TV aerial point.
From the sitting room, a doorway leads through into the dining room;
Dining Room (12' x 8'6 3.66m x 2.59m):
The dining room has a double glazed window to the front, there is a feature fireplace, wooden fire surround, mantle shelf over, cast iron fireplace inset and alcoves to either side of the chimney breast. The dining room has a moulded ceiling rose, ceiling light, double panelled radiator, power points and a door to a useful under stairs storage cupboard.
From the sitting room, a latch and lever door opens into the kitchen;
Kitchen (14'3 x 7'8 4.34m x 2.34m):
The kitchen is well fitted with units which are white fronted and has an inset stainless steel, one and a half bowl, single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap over, cupboard under and working surfaces to either side. Built into the working surface is a four ring New World ceramic hob, under is a Hygena Classic fan assisted electric oven with grill and over is an extractor hood with light. The kitchen also has a further range of base units of cupboards and drawers, space and plumbing for a dishwasher and there is also a planned space for a fridge or upright fridge freezer. The kitchen has ceramic tiling to splashbacks, a quarry tiled deep window sill with two double glazed windows to the rear and there is also a full range of matching eye level cupboards and some built in shelving. The kitchen also has a ceramic tiled floor, several power points, fluorescent lighting, double panelled radiator with thermostat control and a door opening into a built in larder or storage cupboard with shelving.
From the kitchen, a latch and lever door opens into a rear porch;
The rear porch has a ceiling light and a door which opens into a ground floor cloakroom/utility room.
The cloakroom/utility room has a low flush WC, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and there is also a free standing Worcester oil fired boiler, heating hot water and radiators as listed. There is also a ceiling light, an extractor fan, ceramic tiled floor and a double glazed window with a tiled sill to the side of the property.
From the rear porch, a half glazed door which is wooden casement and double glazed, opens to the outside of the property.
From the sitting room, a doored staircase with a hand rail to the side rises an turns past a double glazed window to the side which overlooks the gardens and up to a first floor galleried styled landing.
First Floor Landing:
The landing has safety hand rails, balustradings, double panelled radiator with thermostat control, ceiling light, a single power point, inspection hatch to the roof space above and latch and lever doors giving access to the bedroom and bathroom accommodation.
Bedroom One (15' max x 13' max 4.57m max x 3.96m max):
The L-shaped first bedroom is a light room with two double glazed windows, both to the front and overlooking the gardens and hillsides beyond. There is also a double glazed window to the side, a feature cast iron fire place, inset with a wooden fire surround and mantle shelf over. Bedroom one has a ceiling light, double panelled radiator with thermostat control, telephone extension point, power points and a built in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.
Bedroom Two (12'4 x 9'3 3.76m x 2.82m):
Bedroom two has an exposed ceiling timber, a velux roof light, double panelled radiator with thermostat control, power points, telephone extension point and a door opening into the airing cupboard with shelving and housing the factory insulated hot water cylinder with immersion heater.
Bedroom Three (9'3 x 9' 2.82m x 2.74m):
Bedroom three has a double glazed window to the front, again taking advantage of the Welsh hillsides beyond, there is lighting, power points and double panelled radiator with thermostat control.
Off the landing, a door opens into the bathroom;
The bathroom has a suite in white of a panelled bath with hand grips, over is a Mira Sport electric shower, folding shower screen and ceramic tiling to ceiling height around the bath and shower. There is a built in vanity wash hand basin with cupboard under, vanity mirror, shaver light and socket over and there is also a low flush WC. The bathroom has an exposed ceiling timber, vertical heated towel rail/radiator, ceiling light and a double glazed wooden casement window to the side, overlooking the gardens.
The property is approached to the front through an opening wrought iron gate giving access across a gravelled pathway to the front entrance of the porch. There are lovely lawned gardens to the front with most attractive floral and shrub borders, all very well stocked, there is a winter flowering cherry, a dessert apple tree and also an attractive acer. The garden also has a water fall feature with ornamental pond, there is a pathway which leads across the side of the house around to the rear and also stone steps leading up to further gardens. The garden also has an attractive raised slabbed patio area with a pleasant outlook.
The gardens then continue with more stone steps leading up to a further garden with lawns, rose gardens, also a wild flower garden, a second small pond and a rustic trellis arch gives access under to a further hidden garden, there is also a pear tree, blackcurrants and gooseberries and also red currants. This garden is quite private from the main garden, secluded with panelled fencing, trees and shrubs. There are two timber built garden sheds and also concealed is a modern oil tank, feeding the oil fired central heating system. The garden also has a purpose built studio/workshop.
Studio/Workshop (17'3 x 9'2 5.26m x 2.79m):
The studio has fluorescent lighting, three windows, plenty of power points, velux roof light, telephone point subject to BT regulations, vast internet connection, is well insulated and also has a half glazed entrance door to the front.
From the studio, there is a private drive with parking for a single motor vehicle which is to the rear of the house and double opening wrought iron gates give access from the road onto the driveway.
The property is situated on a turning to a no through road and is identified by a sign leading to Ciltwrch 3/4 of a mile.
Bryn Rhosyn is the first property on the left just after the junction.
The property has oil fired central heating, private drainage, private water supply, mains electricity and telephone subject to BT regulations.
On entering the village of Glasbury on Wye, coming in from the Leominster direction, take a turning on the the right, signposted Cwmbach, continue for about half a mile where there is a turning to the right onto a no through road, identified by a sign leading to Ciltwrch 3/4 of a mile. Bryn Rhosyn is the first property on the left after the junction.
Please note that the agents have not tested the appliances to the property and cannot verify they are in working order.
Jonathan Wright Estate Agents for themselves and the seller of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract, that all statements contained in these particulars relating to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Any intending buyers must satisfy themselves by inspecting or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. These particulars are issued solely on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted throughout this agency.
Status: Available / REF: 11915070