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Meifod, Powys, SY22
Offers in the region of £625,000 | 4 bedrooms | 6.9 acres

Main Description Continued
The house is complimented by extensive gardens and grounds, ideal for country living, which include garden, vegetable garden, ample parking space, paddocks and woodland, all of which help enhance the idyllic setting. The selection of useful outbuildings include four stables and a tack room, a large garage, potting shed, woodshed, workshop, shed with loft above, hay store and a chicken run. There may be potential to convert some of the outbuildings into additional accommodation subject to planning permission. The area is ideal for anyone looking to enjoy the outside with lots of public footpaths within easy reach of the property and properties like this don't come to the market very often, so this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Situated about 2 miles from the centre of the village of Meifod, which is surrounded by glorious rolling Welsh countryside. Meifod has a selection of amenities which include a shop/post office, church, public house, primary school, village hall and a rugby club with tennis courts and bowls club. The town of Welshpool is about 8 miles to the south east and Oswestry is about 17 miles to the north east, with each town providing a wide range of services. The larger town of Shrewsbury is about 29 miles east. Manchester airport and Birmingham airport are about 77 miles and 86 miles away respectively. The popular costal town of Aberdovey is approximately 44 miles to the west.

Open Porch
Slate benches, tiled floor.

Utility Room
Base units, sink and drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, tiled floor, radiator.

Shower Room
WC, wash basin, wall mounted shower, Heated towel rail, superb far reaching views, fully tiled floor and walls, under floor heating.

Kitchen Breakfast Room
Far reaching views, base units, Belfast style sink and drainer, pantry, feature fireplace with oil fired Rayburn, space for fridge freezer, space for dish washer, Quooker boiling water tap, exposed beams, slate tiled floor, radiator.

Garden/Dining Room
Magnificent far reaching views, oak floor, exposed beams, under floor heating, double doors opening to patio.

Living Room
Superb far reaching views, feature fireplace with open fire, oak floor, exposed ceiling and wall timbers, radiator, door to cellar.

Oak floor, radiator.

Sitting Room/Study
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, stunning far reaching views, exposed floorboards, radiator.

Loft access, radiator, magnificent views.

Bedroom Two
Sensational views, built in wardrobe, radiator.

Bedroom Three
Stunning views, radiator.

WC, wash basin, bath with shower attachment, heated towel rail, tiled floor, under floor heating.

Master Bedroom
Exposed floorboards, radiator.

WC, wash basin, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, heated towel rail, tiled floor and walls, under floor heating, sun pipe providing natural light.

Bedroom Four
Superb views, exposed floorboards, radiator.

Water cylinder, space for freezer, tiled floor.

Approached from the lane through a wooden gate onto the driveway which leads to a gravel parking and turning area where there is an electric car charging point. The parking area provides access to the house and on the opposite side it leads to the range of outbuildings. The gardens and grounds are a real feature of this property and provide a selection of areas ideal for anyone wanting to embrace a country lifestyle. Formal gardens adjoin the house and there is a large patio area to the rear providing plenty of space for al fresco dining where there are tremendous far reaching views over the Vyrnwy valley towards distant countryside. A pathway leads down from the patio area to the vegetable garden which includes a generous poly tunnel and gives access to one of the paddocks. Further paddocks can be accessed from a yard area adjacent to the outbuildings. Part of the outside space is woodland and includes pathways for woodland walks as well as a timber tree house.

The property is a registered small holding and the whole site extends to approximately just under seven acres in all.

Mains electricity. Private spring water and septic tank drainage. Electric car charging point outside.

Oil fired.

From Meifod village centre proceed south west on the A495 for about 1.5 miles to a set of traffic lights. Proceed through the traffic lights and turn left immediately after passing over the river bridge. Follow this lane, eventually rising up the hill, for about 0.6 miles and the entrance to the property will be directly in front of you.

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