34, Castle Road, Presteigne
Guide Price - £229,950
On the edge of this thriving and popular market town, a traditional semi-detached house, in a well-established area, ideal for first time buyers or an investment. There are level gardens to the rear and further potential with large attic space.
- Three/four bedroom property
- No onward chain
- Large attic space
- Two reception rooms
- Front and rear gardens
- Kitchen and utility
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Situation and Description
The historic market town of Presteigne, lies on the border with England and has a thriving community with a good mixture of housing and an excellent range of facilities including schools, shops, leisure centre with swimming pool, pubs, a small industrial estate and easy access to some outstanding open countryside.
The property itself is a traditional built semi-detached house which offers comfortable living accommodation, and scope for improvement, with the potential of converting a large attic and reconfiguring the existing living space. Already benefiting from all mains services including gas fired central heating, the property is only a few minute’s walk from the town centre and would be ideal for a small family, or first time buyer.
On arrival a porch and double glazed front door leads into a reception hall with further door to a large lounge with plenty of space, and a dual aspect, two radiators and fireplace with fitted wood burner. A separate dining room has patio doors leading out to the rear gardens and access to a large understairs storage cupboard which doubles as a utility space with plumbing for a washing machine. The kitchen has a range of fitted wall and base cupboards and includes a fitted oven, hob and extractor and has direct access to outside. A ground floor bathroom is accessed from the hall and includes all the usual fittings. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, including a very spacious main bedroom with windows to both front and rear providing distant views. Bedroom two includes a walk-in cupboard which houses the gas fired central heating boiler and bedroom three has a staircase up to a large attic space which offers scope for conversion into additional living space, subject to any required approval.
The property is approached from a council-maintained road, which provides on street parking, by a small garden to the front. Currently enclosed by a high hedge there is scope to create a parking space if required. A pathway leads to the rear gardens, which are an excellent size and laid to lawn, enclosed by mature hedging offering a good degree of privacy.
Services and Considerations Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage all connected. It is not our company policy to test services and domestic appliances, so we cannot verify that they are in working order. Any matters relating to rights of way should be checked with your solicitor or surveyor. Council tax band D £1680.24. EPC tbc. Tenure freehold.
Prospective purchasers: Upon submitting an offer, we will require by law, proof of ID for all buyers. A picture ID and a separate address ID together with proof of funding.
From Leominster, take the A44 Barons Cross Road signposted to Pembridge and Eardisland and at the next junction turn right onto the B4360 signposted 2 miles to Kingsland. Drive through the village of Kingsland until you reach the junction opposite the Luctonians Rugby Club and turn right, continue to drive until you reach crossroads and take the left turn to Shobdon B4362, continue along this road until you reach Presteigne. Turn right onto the B4355 and follow signs to the town centre. Take a left turn signposted Slough Road leading onto Castle Road. Take the 2nd left onto Castle Road Bungalows and the property can be found on the right towards the end of the road as donated by the agents ‘For Sale’ board.
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