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- Part of award winning conversion of former flannel mill
- Ground floor open plan family room/ kitchen & utility/shower room
- Spacious first floor sitting room with access to decking and balcony
- Private off street parking
- River and woodland views
- Access to shared woodland
- Peaceful and tranquil location
Property SummaryForming part of a stone built mill which was restored and converted in 2002, with the development winning an award from the Brecon Beacons National Park, as the commemorative plaque by the property demonstrates. This attractive three bedroom, mid terraced house is very well presented and offers views across the Clydach River from the first floor balcony. The accommodation is comprised over three floors and has been designed to maximise not only the space available, but the views across the river and to the countryside beyond. Part of this select development of just five properties, Flannel House has two allocated parking spaces and enjoys the benefits of not only the views from the property, but also has right of access to the woodland areas above and behind the mill which is shared by all the occupiers. The accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor: Open plan kitchen/dining room with fitted cream fronted cupboards with wooden work surfaces, breakfast bar, integral fridge, built in oven and four ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood over. Utility/shower room with door to rear patio area and passageway to the car park. Separate cloakroom. To the first floor is a spacious sitting room with feature exposed red brick wall, ‘Juliet’ balcony overlooking the river to the front and glazed double doors to the rear decking area which is ideal for ‘al fresco’ dining or simply, enjoying the tranquil location. Steps lead down from here to the passageway. On the second floor are three bedrooms and a shower room. To the front of the house is a low maintenance stone terrace which borders the private driveway, and a further communal stone paved sitting area overlooking the river with a view of the nearby Grade II listed Bridge. The river (vital to the previous working life of the building) runs alongside the boundary of the property which also enjoys views across the surrounding woodland where a scenic waterfall is hidden. There are opportunities for canalside and country walks within a few steps of the property.
Unfurnished. Available now. Epc rating C