Quite simply a STUNNING, ELEVATED, LOCATION with FAR REACHING PANORAMIC VIEWS of the Welsh Countryside this property forms part of the Wynnstay Hall Estate, a Grade 2 listed building, which was rebuilt in 1758 after being originally destroyed by fire. In recent years the Estate as been sympathetically converted to high quality bespoke houses and apartments offering a lifestyle to residents of the very best attributes of rural life. This includes full use of the extensive grounds and gardens which were famously designed by the renowned Capability Brown back in the 18th century.
This particular property is IMMACULATELY PRESENTED THROUGHOUT and occupies a delightful and charming courtyard development. It briefly comprises of hallway, lounge, contemporary fitted kitchen, utility room and downstairs bedroom. Whilst upstairs there is a mezzanine landing, Master Bedroom with En Suite and a main bathroom. There are allocated car parking spaces as well visitor car parking spaces.
When entering the property four internal doors running off the main hallway leading to the lounge, kitchen, utility room and downstairs bedroom. Solid wood laminate flooring, telephone point and spot light fittings. Radiator.
Lounge 6.15m x 3.26m (20'2" x 10'8")
An elegant looking room which benefits from a lot of natural light as result of the large sash window, French doors to the courtyard and porthole window to the front. It has a stone feature fireplace with an electric , log fire effect, cast iron stove inset. The spiral staircase with it's curved wall leads to the mezzanine on the first floor with a storage cupboard underneath the staircase. Radiator.
Kitchen 2.97m x 2.88m (9'8" x 9'5")
A beautifully appointed contemporary looking fitted kitchen with cream door and drawer fronts in a gloss finish displaying a comprehensive range of both base and wall cabinets with a complimentary work top. A colour coded Rangemaster cooker with splash back on the wall behind, a five gas ring hob further compliments the look of the kitchen which has a Rangemaster extractor hood overhead as well as an integrated NEFF dishwasher. Below a sash window overlooking the front of the property is an inset bowl and a half sink with mixer taps, there is also space for a stand alone fridge freezer. Inset spot lights in the ceiling, quarry tile flooring. Radiator.
Utility Room 2.68m x 2.09 (8'9" x 6'10" )
A generously proportioned laundry room with matching range of base and wall cabinets, with a sash window and external door facing the courtyard, single bowl sink and draining board with mixer taps also plumbing for a washing machine. Wall mounted Worcester Bosch combination boiler, quarried tile flooring , radiator and inset spot lights.
Bedroom 2 Downstairs 3.91m x 2.65m (12'9" x 8'8")
A room that comfortably accommodates a double bed and furniture, sash window overlooking the rear of the property, wood laminate flooring with inset spot lights in the ceiling. Radiator.
Mezzanine 4.30m x 3.25m (14'1" x 10'7")
Providing a real feature to the dwelling, directly overlooking the lounge with a glazed panel with three internal doors leading to the master bedroom, main bathroom and storage cupboard. Inset ceiling spotlights and radiator.
Master Bedroom 4.80m x 3.02m (15'8" x 9'10" )
Feature circular porthole window to the front of the property, with internal door leading to en suite. Inset ceiling spot lights and radiator.
Luxuriously appointed En Suite with a double sized shower cubicle with Mira shower, tiled flooring and part tiled walls. Pedestal wash basin with decorative mirror and storage shelf underneath. Chrome radiator, inset ceiling spot lights and extractor fan.
Modern, white , three piece bathroom suite, hand held shower head connected to the mixer taps in the bath, half tiled walls with chrome radiator. Tiled flooring, inset ceiling spot lights. Extractor.
The immediate courtyard area,with it's attractive raised patios and seating areas is for the exclusive use of the Tattersall Stables residents.
The remaining garden(s) which extend to some 70 acres in all, is one of the main features of the development and there for the enjoyment of all the residents, having been designed towards the end of the 18th century by Capability Brown.
There are two allocated car parking spaces with this property.
Each property on the Wynnstay is leasehold and attract service charges which go towards such tasks as the maintenance and up keep of the surrounding land and gardens. The current annual service charge is £1800 which may be paid monthly.
Council Tax Band F.
Please note that any services, heating system or appliances have not been tested, and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.
We would like to point out that all measurements, floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs may be taken with a wide angled/zoom lens), and dimensions, shapes and precise locations may differ to those set out in these sales particulars which are approximate and intended for guidance purposes only.
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but most satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.