4 bed (plus 1 bed annex) Period Georgian country house Nr Montgomery, Mid Wales

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Seller: lrp*2260 (737) 100%, Location: Montgomery, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 323468538042 Beautiful character attached Georgian grade 2 listed country house for sale in Mid Wales, just a few miles from the historical border town of Montgomery. Situated in a quiet location just off the main A483 one of five properties which were all once part of the Glan Hafren estate. The river Severn is just a couple of fields walk away and we have enjoyed kayaking and canoeing (even running a kayaking business for a few years) swimming and walking along the river bank with our dogs. The Montgomery Canal runs to the front of the property, with it's recently constructed footpath, giving excellent road free walking and cycling all the way from Newtown to Welshpool and up as far as Llanymynech, Nr Oswestry. The proportions of all rooms are large with high ceilings and big windows to most rooms so it is light and airy. A converted shippon offers further potential as a one bedroom annex or holiday let/studio, office space. Approach is off the A483 over a listed and recently restored canal bridge (The Montgomery canal runs to the front of us) and down a tree lined drive, passing a derelict cottage (in the process of being restored) you will find this lovely family home with large gardens, room for chickens and vegetable plots, fruit trees and is in need of further renovation with plenty of potential. The house is attached as it was successfully divided in the 50's from one big property into two individual properties. Effectively, once the back of the house, we have the back stairs rather than the grand main stairs but I believe a much better deal as it has a huge family kitchen, a studio which could also be a kitchen or diner, the outbuildings which were converted 15 years ago into an annex, have been altered recently and will need completing to suit your own requirements, ie, refitting a bath/shower room/kitchenette. There is also a garden shed (another part of the old farm buildings) and a large workshop/studio to the end. The house is full of period features such as oak flooring and beams. As you approach the property, the front door is to the right up some shallow steps.Porch area Door into large kitchen/diner (20x24') with massive inglenook fireplace just begging to be opened up and restored. Double french doors open onto patio and large back garden which is protected by a south facing wall which was once part of the walled garden. Sitting room (15x20') with sash window over looking the woods to the front of the house. Log burner, oak floor boards. Cellar under (with external access) From Kitchen, stepping down into the 'bread-oven' room which is presently my studio is a light bright room which was once the heart of the home, the working hub, as it contains a very rare curved brick fireplace containing the old stove, bread-oven and copper boiler. It is most certainly not being made the most of at the moment and would be an amazing feature in any room but most definitely in a kitchen, should a buyer which to do that. This is why the house is listed. There is a back door from this room into an enclosed court yard. Up the original and rather steep stairs from the kitchen to the first floor where you will find two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Bedroom 1 (13x15') built in oak wardrobes, oak floor boards and sash window overlooking garden and surrounding fields. Bedroom 2 (18x11') built in wardrobe, oak floorboards and large sash window overlooking woodland. Bathroom (10x10) oak floor, bath with power shower over A further flight of original oak stairs takes you up to the second floor with a landing (10x10'), Single bedroom 3 (10x8') Double bedroom 4 (18x11') all with slopping attic ceilings, beams and oak flooring. There are also two roof spaces for storage which are accessed from this floor. From the kitchen, stepping down into the boiler room (newly replace Worcester oil boiler) you'll find a boot room/utility which needs completing. (approx 8x12') Door to court yard. Uncompleted space for toilet/shower room. Access to a further living room with windows over looking front garden, sloped beamed ceiling, roof windows, slate flooring and access directly onto garden. (12x24') This is plenty big enough to become a kitchen/diner/living room withDouble bedroom 5 off (12x10'). Externally there is a garden/storage shed and a room suitable to be used as a workshop/studio space. The back garden is sheltered by hedging and the large wall and is SE facing. There is plenty of space for veg patches etc and has many fruit bushes, cherry trees etc. There is probably the largest Ginkgo tree in Wales which provides a fabulous canopy in the summer and of course has tremendous air cleansing properties. The bottom of the garden has been left to run wild this year as we discovered a family of hedgehogs living there. The house is in need of updating but is very comfortable and has been my family's home for over 18 years, it is in a most gorgeous spot and offers great potential to those wanting to put their own stamp on a beautiful period property, with income potential. The boundaries of the property for sale are shown with the aeriel photo. Private well water supply and a septic tankOil central heatingGrade 2 listedNo upward chain If you wish to have any further information, I'm sure I've forgotten loads! For further photos or to arrange a viewing (serious enquiries only please) please contact me via ebay or by calling/texting 07826333632. Leave a message and I will get back to you asap Offers considered in the region of £295,000, please do not bid, negotiations must be made directly with us after viewing etc. Viewings by appointment only Sale is subject to legal binding contract with solicitors Condition: In need of further renovation, lots of potential, holiday let income etc., Sort By: For Sale, Location: MONTGOMERY, Property Type: House, Number of Bedrooms: 5 Bedrooms, Private / Estate agent: Private, Building Feature: Semi- Detached, Construction Year: 1826, Country: United Kingdom

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