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Pont Robert, Meifod, Powys, SY22
Offers in excess of £320,000 | 3 bedrooms | 0.25 acres

A SALE HAS BEEN AGREED, SUBJECT TO CONTRACT, WITHIN 10 DAYS OF MARKETING. SIMILAR PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED. A three/four bedroom Grade II* Listed detached cottage with a wealth of character and charm, situated at the end of a lane, over a quarter of an acre of grounds and far reaching views over the adjoining countryside. This pretty 16th century country cottage provides wellpresented and flexible accommodation having a variety of period features including attractive fireplaces, a former bread oven and an abundance of exposed beams. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, living/dining room, sitting room, kitchen, utility room/cloakroom, study/ground floor bedroom, three first floor double bedrooms and a bathroom. The cottage is surrounded by gardens and grounds which extend to just over a quarter of an acre and include lawns with a selection of trees and shrubs whilst also providing plenty of space for a vegetable and fruit garden.
Main Description Continued

...Within the grounds is ample parking space and two useful outbuildings including ''the granary' (4.9m x 2.8m), which is currently used for storage but could lend itself to other uses (subject to the relevant consents), and the former pigsties. Situated at the end of a lane, just outside the village of Pont Robert and a short distance from ''Glyndwr's Way', surrounded by open countryside and with fantastic far reaching views.


Situated at the end of a lane, about one mile from the centre of Pont Robert which is surrounded by glorious rolling Welsh countryside, just over 3 miles west of the village of Meifod. Pont Robert is an attractive village located in the Vyrnwy valley, with a small shop/post office, church, public house and primary school with a variety of community activities taking place in the village hall as well as a local bus service and mobile library. The neighbouring village of Meifod has a shop/post office, public house, primary school and rugby club. The town of Welshpool is about 12.5 miles to the south east and Oswestry is about 17.5 miles to the north east, with each town providing a wide range of services, whilst the major town of Shrewsbury is about 28 miles to the east. Manchester airport and Birmingham airport are about 80 miles and 90 miles away respectively.

Entrance Hall

Tiled floor, exposed brick, exposed timbers, door to store with tiled floor and shelving.

Living Room/Dining Room

Part slate and part tiled floor, exposed timbers, feature fireplace with wood burning stove, electric storage heater, under stairs storage cupboard, views of distant countryside.

Sitting Room

Feature fireplace with electric fire with working open fire behind, electric storage heater, exposed timbers, views of distant countryside.


Tiled floor, a range of wall and base units, sink and drainer, built in double oven, space for dishwasher, built in LPG gas hob with extractor over, heated towel rail, exposed timbers, space for fridge freezer, views of distant countryside.

Study/Ground Floor Bedroom

Exposed stone, exposed timbers, countryside views, feature fireplace with former bread oven, electric storage heater.

Inner Hall

Tiled floor, exposed timbers, store, fitted cupboards.

Utility Room/Cloakroom

Tiled floor, WC, space and plumbing for washing machine, wash basin, base units, work surfaces, heated towel rail/radiator, extractor fan.


Electric storage heater, exposed timbers, countryside views.

Bedroom One

Electric storage heater, exposed timbers, hanging space, countryside views.

Bedroom Two

Exposed timbers, hanging space, views of distant countryside.

Bedroom Three

Exposed timbers, hanging space, views of distant countryside.


Bath, WC, wash basin, exposed timbers, storage cupboard with slatted shelving.


Approached from the lane onto gravel parking and turning space providing parking for a number of vehicles. The pretty cottage gardens and grounds extend to just over a quarter of an acre in all and is comprised mostly of lawn with a selection of mature trees. There is enough space within the garden to create a vegetable and fruit garden if desired. Within the grounds are two useful outbuildings which are currently used for storage but could lend themselves to alternative uses (subject to the relevant consents). From the garden there are far reaching views over the adjoining countryside.

The Granary

Power and lighting.

Former Pigsties

Power and lighting in the sty on the right.


Please note a bridle way runs down the lane and passes the property along the eastern boundary.

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