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Manafon Road, Berriew, Welshpool, SY21
Offers in the region of £475,000 | 3 bedrooms

This detached traditional cottage, believed to date back to the 17th century, has been sympathetically extended whilst still retaining many original features as well as bespoke oak fittings including some oak doors. The cottage stands in an elevated position and enjoys south facing views over the river Rhiew to the countryside beyond and it is within easy walking distance of the village amenities. The property includes generous gardens, with lawns to the side and rear, and comprises well stocked perennial borders and shrubs which provide year-round interest. The rear garden includes a small orchard and a small pond and in the side garden there are raised beds for growing vegetables and a selection of soft fruit bushes. There is a range of useful outbuildings which include a detached garage with log store at the rear, a workshop with adjoining store and a potting shed with adjoining greenhouse. The property provides the best of both worlds, having the feeling of being in the countryside whilst actually being on the edge of the village and close to a range of amenities in the village centre. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this impressive village home.

Situated within walking distance of Berriew village centre which has a range of amenities including a butcher, café, convenience store, public houses, primary school and a church. The market town of Welshpool is about 6 miles to the north east and provides a wide range of services including a train station as well as a light steam railway. The larger town of Shrewsbury is about 25 miles to the east and the popular seaside destination, Aberdovey, is about 44 miles west.


Countryside views, part tiled floor, exposed timbers.

Living Room
Feature fireplace with wood burning stove, countryside views, radiator, under stairs cupboard. Double aspect windows with French doors opening onto the garden.

Dining Room
Thought to be the original inglenook fireplace including former bread oven, countryside views, exposed timber, display cabinet, radiator.

A range of base units, sink and drainer, electric range cooker with extractor over, dishwasher, space for fridge, space for freezer, space for microwave, countryside views, tiled floor, radiator.

Side Porch
Tiled floor, storage space.

Utility Room
Wall and base units, space and plumbing for washing machine, central heating boiler, radiator, exposed timbers, tiled floor, door to pantry with shelving and automatic light.

WC, wash basin, tiled floor, radiator.

Loft access.

Bedroom One
River view, built in cupboard, radiator.

WC, wash basin, bath, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, radiator, river view, door to dressing room.

Bedroom Two
River view, built in wardrobe, radiator.

Bedroom Three
River view, radiator.

WC, wash basin, bath with shower attachment, heated towel rail.

The property is approached from the lane onto parking space providing access to the garage. Pathways lead to the front and rear door. The gardens are a particular feature of this property and have been thoughtfully planned to make full use of the space and include a variety of different areas including lawns, well-stocked beds, pond, a vegetable garden and a patio area ideal for al fresco dining. Our clients grow a wide variety of fruits including blackcurrant, redcurrant, gooseberry, raspberry, loganberry, blueberry, damson, plum, cooking and eating apples. The gardens incorporate a variety of useful outbuildings including a potting shed/greenhouse, a large workshop with attached store and a detached garage with attached log store. Please note our clients rent a piece of ground on the opposite side of the road adjoining the river, this ground is not included within the sale, our clients have advised the eventual buyer would be able to continue the agreement to rent the ground which would be subject to discussions and agreement with the land owner.

Referral Fees
Fine & Country/McCartneys LLP routinely refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing, survey and removal services. We may receive fees from them as declared in our Referral Fees Disclosure Form.

Council Tax
Band G


Reaferral fees
- Fine & Country/McCartneys sometimes refers vendors and purchasers to providers of conveyancing, survey and removal services. We may receive fees from them as declared in our Referral Fees Disclosure Form.


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