Burton House, 1, Raven Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A Handsome Period Double Fronted Town House. Immaculately Presented and Greatly Improved 2 Bedroom Accommodation. Character Features with Exposed Brick Chimney Breast and Multi Fuel Stove. Delightful Rear Gardens with Patio, Lawns and Vegetable Plot. UPVC Double Glazed, Gas Central Heating, Convenient for the Town Amenities. Energy Efficiency Rating: 56 (D).

Burton House is a handsome period double fronted town house which has been greatly improved by the current owners and is presented in excellent decorative order of which viewing is recommended to fully appreciate. The property has gas fired central heating from a replacement 'Worcester' combination boiler and UPVC double glazed windows which to the front elevation are of traditional sash design in keeping with the character of this property.

Original features are retained and there is an attractive exposed brick chimney breast in the sitting room with multi fuel stove. The second reception room provides for a comfortable dining room with a kitchen and rear porch beyond. On the first floor are the 2 double bedrooms and family bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The particularly attractive rear garden is a delightful open space with patio's lawns and vegetable garden. There is an outhouse/utility shed with electric power and a useful amenity area to the side with gated access to the front.

The location is convenient for the local amenities of Welshpool with its national retail outlets and traditional shops, financial services and public transport links.

Composite panelled entrance door with stained leaded glazed fan light opens into...

Entrance Hall:

With timber wall panelling. Coat hooks, ceramic tiled floor, globe ceiling light, panelled door giving access to...

Sitting Room:

5.05m x 3.95m (16'7 x 13'0 )

Feature exposed brick chimney breast with cast iron multi fuel stove inset on tiled hearth. Radiator, wainscot style wall panelling, satellite television point, ceiling light point, window to the rear and sash window to the front aspect.

Dining Room:

3.25m x 2.90m (10'8 x 9'6 )

Radiator, ceiling light point, sash window to the front.

Rear Entrance Lobby:

With radiator.


2.90m x 1.75m (9'6 x 5'9 )

Fitted with a modern range of beech effect fronted units. Wall and base cupboards together with shelving beneath laminate work surfaces with tiled surrounds. Stainless steel single drainer sink, built in 4 ring gas hob with filter hood above and integrated electric oven beneath. Integrated fridge/freezer, plumbing point for washing machine, ceramic tiled floor, ceiling spotlight bar, open hatch through to dining room, window to the rear.

Rear Entrance Porch:

With UPVC stable style external door to the rear.

From the sitting room balustraded stairs with pine handrail ascend to...

First Floor:


Wall mounted 'Worcester' gas fired combination boiler. Continuation of the wainscot wall panelling, radiator, globe light point to ceiling, window to the rear.

Bedroom 1:

4.15m x 4.0m (13'7 x 13'1 )

Radiator, laminate floor, pendant light, window to the rear and 2 sash windows to the front aspect.

Bedroom 2:

3.0m x 2.95m (9'10 x 9'8 )

Radiator, laminate floor, pendant light, loft access hatch, sash window to the front aspect.


2.95m x 2.0m (9'8 x 6'7 )

Corner panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., fully tiled corner cubicle with mixer shower. Further half tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, flush mounted ceiling light and obscure glazed window to the rear.


The property is offset by boundary walling with a hard standing reception area to the front and forecourt suitable for container gardening and pots. Gated access to the side with amenity area and log store. To the rear is a generous patio with useful storage shed/outhouse with electric power laid on. Steps lead to a raised terrace with further sitting out areas and level lawn with surrounding perennial/shrub borders and a honeysuckle covered arch to vegetable garden with raised beds and storage shed. The rear garden is an attractive feature with enjoyable surrounding views which affords a good degree of privacy.


Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas. None of the services, appliances, central heating system, chimneys, flues and fireplaces have been checked and no warranty is given by the Agents.




Council Tax Band 'C' (Powys County Council) Internet enquiry only.

Energy Performance Certificate:

A full EPC is available on request or by following the link below:



STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT through the Selling Agents.


All interested parties are respectfully requested to negotiate direct with the Selling Agents.

Route Directions:

From our Welshpool Office proceed in the left hand lane and continue from Broad Street into High Street straight ahead into Mount Street where the property is located at the summit of Mount Street opposite the Catholic Church identified by our For Sale' board.

Morris Marshall & Poole with Norman Lloyd 01938 554818

DTLJ - 02/08/18


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