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Glorious Rural Location
Gardens & Grounds of About 13/567 Acres
Outbuildings & Stabling
Standing in a glorious rural position, a detached bungalow to offer centrally heated 3-Bedroomed
accommodation, set in approximately 13.567 Acres of gardens and grounds with Outbuildings and
The property stands in a most glorious rural position about 1 mile up a ‘No Through’ road from the
border village of Norton and approximately 5 miles respectively from the towns of Presteigne and
Knighton which both offer good facilities. The location of this property, with its stunning views over this
rolling border countryside near to Offa’s Dyke and with access to superb riding country, with its 13.567
ACRES of well maintained pasture paddocks and Outbuildings/Stabling would form an ideal equestrian
The bungalow itself offers well presented, centrally heated, 3-Bedroomed accommodation with lovely
terraced landscaped gardens, once again benefitting from the views.
The whole is more particularly described as follows:-
Double glazed uPVC entrance door into L-shaped
With access to roof space, ceiling light, smoke alarm, telephone point, radiator and power point fitted.
Door to AIRING CUPBOARD with insulated cylinder with electric immersion heater and fitted shelving.
Door off to
18’11 max. x 13’9 (5.77m max. x 4.19m)
With double glazed uPVC window to front elevation with stunning rural views, further window to the side
looks into the Conservatory/Sun Room, there is a feature fireplace with timber lintel, flagged hearth and
fitted Clearview woodburning stove. There are also 2 radiators, ceiling lighting, ample power points and
TV aerial point. Connecting door to the
18’6 max. x 8’11 (5.64m max. x 2.72m)
With window looking to the rear towards the Stabling and Outbuildings and double opening glazed
doors to the Conservatory/Sun Room. The kitchen has a fitted solid fuel Rayburn Range cooker which
does the heating and water, there is a comprehensive range of oak fronted kitchen units to include an
inset single drainer sink unit planned space for cooker and fridge and the matching range of base and
wall cupboards have heat resistant surfaces with tiled backs. There is room for a kitchen table,
fluorescent and centre lighting, ample fitted power points and an electric cooker point. Door to a
10’4 × 6’ (3.15m x 1.83m)
With fitted single drainer sink with work surface to the side with space beneath for washing machine,
ceiling lighting, radiator and power points. Connecting door to the Reception Hall, wood panelled door
out to a fully ENCLOSED REAR PORCH which in turn has a stable type door to the outside rear of the
property. There is a light in here.
15’x 7’5 (4.57m 2.26m)
Of uPVC double glazed construction with Polycarbonate roof, this takes full advantage of the stunning
location of this property and outstanding views, There is a external door leading out and a wall light
Off the Reception Hall is the bedroom accommodation with
11’4 × 8’11 (3.45m x 2.72m)
With uPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, ceiling light and power points fitted.
8’10 × 10’6 (2.69m x 3.20m)
With double glazed uPVC window to front, radiator, ceiling light and fitted power points.
11’4 × 9’4 (3.45m x 2.84m)
With uPVC double glazed window to the side, ceiling light, radiator and power points.
With suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surround and shower attachment over, pedestal wash
handbasin and low flush WC. Ceiling light, shaver point and radiator fitted.
The property stands in a glorious rural position in the area of rolling border countryside where Offa ‘a
Dyke passes nearby. Accessed off and standing about 1 mile up a ‘No Through’ road and then having
its own driveway sweeping in, there is lovely walking and riding countryside with access to open land
nearby. The driveway sweeps in, flanked to the lower side by 1 of the 5 paddocks with the other 4 being
on the upper side. A splay leads off to the OUTBUILDING AREA where there is a large
55’ x 27’ (16.76m x 8.23m)
This useful building could be used for internal stabling or similar, if required. At the side is a
26’ x 14’ (7.92m x 4.27m)
and there is a
15’ x 14’ (4.57m x 4.27m)
To include connecting passageway, and to the lower side of this a WOOD STORE forms part of the
same lean-to, being about 12’11 × 13’6 (3.94m x 4.12m).
The Barn, Stabling and Workshop all have electricity connected. There is an adjacent
10’ x 12’ (3.05m x 3.66m)
By Cam providing 1 good Loose Box. To the front of the stable is a small additional TURN-OUT
PADDOCK/STARVATION PADDOCK for small pony. At the back of the stable is a
FEED STORE/TACK ROOM
9’8 × 10’9 (2.95m x 3.28m)
and to the rear of the wood store is a DOG RUN/KENNELS in 3 main sections.
The fields are all well fenced with water tanks in each area.
The driveway continues down to the bungalow where a good tarmacadam parking and turning area also
DETACHED SINGLE GARAGE
23’2 × 12’8 (7.06m x 3.86m)
With electricity connected.
Delightful landscaped terraced gardens lie principally to the front side, laid largely to lawn interspersed
with trees and shrubs but also having an area with an aluminium-framed GREENHOUSE and a FRUIT
CAGE with raspberry canes. There is a small patio to the rear side of the bungalow running against the
garage. A plastic oil tank at the rear of the garage should anyone wish to convert back to oil heating
from the modern solid fuel Rayburn which has been installed, this is only about 2 years old.
Private Water Supply.
Central heating from the solid fuel Rayburn Range cooker which is a modern unit of just 2 years old.
Telephone (subject to British Telecom regulations).
The property is currently registered for Single Farm Payment.
Council Tax Band: F
Powys County Council – 01597 823737
Strictly by prior appointment through the Agents, Jackson International. Tel: 01568 610600
06 September 2013
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.