The property is entered at Ground Floor level into an impressive entrance hall, with access off to the property's three welcoming reception rooms, the kitchen and utility. The sitting room is beautifully arranged with a feature inglenook fireplace the focal point of the room, whilst an open plan dining room extends to the rear. The contemporary kitchen flows into the attractive sun room, perfect for taking in the views over the gardens, with the third reception room offering even further flexibility. A useful utility and WC complete things downstairs.First Floor
The first floor opens to an elegant galleried landing, providing access to the homes four double bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys views over both the driveway and gardens, with a wealth of built-in storage and an en-suite shower room, whilst the three further bedrooms are served by the sleek family bathroom.Outside
The property is accessed via a sweeping driveway that runs through the grounds to a sizeable parking area and detached garage with adjoining store, offering ample parking for multiple vehicles. The gardens are mostly south facing and offer a beautiful mix of well-kept lawns, mature plants and borders and entertaining space, with the patio and decking areas the ideal space to charm guests or relax and take in your surroundings.Situation
Orchard House is situated in a particularly sought-after area of Newtown in Mid-Wales. Newtown itself is a bustling market town located on the banks of the River Severn and sets itself against the backdrop of the Severn Valley, with fantastic opportunities to explore the surrounding countryside. The town offers a great range of amenities and recreational facilities, including numerous schools and an array of shopping opportunities, as well as comprehensive transport links. Main line train services run from the towns train station allowing easy travel to the coast and further inland towards Shrewsbury and Crewe, with Intercity connections available thereafter. Only a short drive will see you able to travel to areas such as the West Midlands, Snowdonia National Park and the Welsh coastline.