From the Clock Tower’ in Machynlleth, proceed into Heol Maengwyn along the A489 Newtown Road. Continue for approximately 2.7 miles to the village of Penegoes. Take a right hand turn after the bus shelter on the right hand side of the road. Continue along the road for approximately 100 meters, Penbeili is the last house on the left hand side be-yond the edge of the cul-de-sac of Pencaemawr. Our ‘For Sale / Ar Werth’ sign is displayed.
Well appointed, individually designed, double fronted house with spacious accommodation within a desirable rural location. Of traditional construction with spa rendered elevations surmounted by a slate pitch tiled roof. Double glazed units within wooden frames, some Scandinavian. The property has cast iron wood burning stoves and oil fired central heating. Entrance is via ~
6' 2'' x 4' 1'' (1.88m x 1.25m)
An attractive porch, central to the property. Traditional in design with slate pitch tiled roof, slate tiled floor, windows and fully glazed entrance door. Panelled door with decorative glass leads into ~
Neutral decor and carpet. Rustic Oak panelled doors with matching architrave to all rooms. Entrance to lounge and sitting room and central stairs to first floor.
16' 7'' x 15' 5'' (5.05m x 4.67m)
Neutral decor and carpet. A corner feature fire-place welcomes you into the room. Built of slate and stone with oak lintel, slate hearth and cast iron wood burning stove. Inset spot lights over the fire-place and three single up-lighters.
Radiator, power points and double glazed window to front elevation overlooking the garden. Double doors, part glazed lead into ~
Dining Room (Rear)
12' 8'' x 11' 2'' (3.86m x 3.40m)
This is a good size room for entertaining with neutral carpet and decor with feature painted wall. Radiator, power points and double glazed window to side elevation. Part glazed double doors lead into ~
Open plan to the kitchen, this is a delightful room overlooking the garden. An extension to the house, modern in design. Two radiators and power points. Slate tiled floor, feature roof light window and double glazed windows. Part glazed double doors which lead out into the garden.
Kitchen (Rear ‘L’ shape)
15’ 6 x 6’ 6 x 11’ 4 x 10’ 8 (4.72m x 1.98m x 3.45m x 3.25m)
‘L’ shaped and open plan to the sitting room. Slate tiled floor, partially tiled walls, neutral decor and feature painted wall. This is a large area with built-in wooden base units, drawers and wall cupboards. Stainless steel twin bowl
sink with complementing wooden work tops. Rangemaster double fan oven with separate grill, four hob burner and hot plate. Slate splash back and extractor fan over. Integrated dishwasher, power points and ceiling inset spot
lighting. Door leads into ~
Side Entrance Porch
7' 2'' x 6' 6'' (2.18m x 1.98m)
The Worcester oil combi boiler and consumer unit is housed here. Neutral decor and wooden floor. Cloak hanging space and shelving. Plumbing for washing machine and power points. Stable door to side elevation and sliding door leads into ~
6' 0'' x 3' 0'' (1.83m x 0.91m)
Neutral decor and vinyl floor. White wall mounted wash hand basin, low level w.c. and extractor fan.
Sitting Room / Diner (Front)
16' 7'' x 13' 5'' (5.05m x 4.09m)
A bright sociable room open plan to the kitchen. Neutral decor and carpet. Free standing cast iron wood burning stove with slate hearth. Radiator, power points and t.v. aerial point. Double glazed window to front elevation and door leading into hallway.
First Floor Landing / Office
13' 9'' x 13' 6'' (4.19m x 4.11m)
An unexpected surprise. The landing with bedrooms and bathroom off, has been designed to accommodate a study / office room with bespoke stairs to the attic room. The landing room has character with exposed ceiling beam and
triangular dormer window, double glazed. A second double glazed window to side elevation, has superb views across unspoilt countryside. This room has shelving, power points and broadband connection.
Bedroom 1 (Front)
16' 0'' x 13' 2'' (4.88m x 4.01m)
A deceptively spacious room with exposed ceiling beam and oak effect laminate floor. Neutral decor and ceiling inset spot lighting. Built in wardrobes with smoked glass sliding doors. Radiator, power points and storage to eaves. Double glazed window to front elevation.
Bedroom 2 (Side)
10' 2'' x 9' 9'' (3.10m x 2.97m)
Pastel decor. Shelving, radiator and power points. Double glazed window to side elevation. Door leads into a split level ‘walk-in wardrobe’, the full width of the bedroom with double glazed window.
17' 0'' x 7' 0'' (5.18m x 2.13m)
An individually designed bathroom, split level with sunken bath and separate shower cubicle. Black slate tiles from local quarry, neutral decor and ceiling inset spot lighting. The shower area has oak recess shelving, white, twin
porcelain wash hand basins with wall mirror and light over. Glass doors to shower cubicle with chrome shower (from the hot and cold water supply). Chrome towel rail and extractor fan. The bathing area is split level with a white sunken bath and black local slate floor tiles. Double glazed window with obscure glass to rear elevation.
Bedroom 3 (Rear)
11' 3'' x 10' 9'' (3.42m x 3.28m)
A delightful room with balcony off. Neutral carpet and decor with feature papered wall. Radiator, power points and double glazed French doors which open on to the balcony.
7' 7'' x 7' 7'' (2.31m x 2.31m)
A decked, enclosed seating area with views over unspoilt countryside.
Second Floor /Bedroom 4
32' 2'' x 11' 5'' (9.8m x 3.5m)
This room has so much potential for options of use. Neutral decor and carpet. Power points, smoke alarm and storage to eaves. Two Velux windows with views over unspoilt countryside.
A decked seating area leads to a lawn garden with mature trees. A timber summer house is sited here with decking beneath a pitch roof . A social space for ’Al Fresco’ dining.
A wide block paved driveway, enclosed, with comfortable parking for three cars leads to the garage. The front garden is privately enclosed and laid to lawn. There is side access to rear garden.
Double Garage / Workshop
22' 0'' x 16' 3'' (6.71m x 4.95m)
Of block construction with spa rendered elevations surmounted by a slate pitch tiled roof. A useful space with open plan stairs to boarded floor. Power points, lighting and plumbing for washing machine. Consumer unit, base units, shelving and Up and Over door. Windows to ground and first floor.
ALL SIZES ARE APPROXIMATE
Council Tax Banding
Electricity, water and drainage connected.
Hafren Dyfrdwy. Wrexham. Water meter.
Strictly by appointment with Legal 2 Move at Trefeddyg, High Street,
Tywyn, Gwynedd, LL36 9AD. Tel. 01654 712218 Fax. 01654 712015 or at
11 Penrallt Street, Machynlleth, Powys SY20 8AG.
Tel. 01654 702335 Fax. 01654 703742
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