A three storey Edwardian terraced house with six bedrooms has been put on the market in Powys at a cost of more than £200,000.

A house dating back to 1904 on Dyffryn Road in Llandrindod Wells has gone on the market with an asking price of £230,000.

The one-hundred-year-old house, Wynberg, features six bedrooms and three reception rooms, as well as two bathrooms, as well as a separate summer house at the end of its rear garden.


Represented by estate agents Morgan & Co, the property has been described as: “An elegant Edwardian six-bed, two-bath, terraced house with three receptions, gas central heating, PVC double-glazing and level gardens, conveniently located within a quarter mile of the town centre, Tesco and Rock Park.

“A deceptively spacious three-storey terraced house built around 1904 from brick walls under a slate roof. It has been tastefully modernised.

(Image: Morgan & Co)

(Image: Morgan & Co)

The house provides an open porch, entrance hall, lounge, dining room, living room, kitchen on the ground floor.

“The first floor contains a landing, bathroom, separate toilet, two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, while the second floor features a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, one double and one single Bedroom.

(Image: Morgan & Co)

(Image: Morgan & Co)

“In addition there is an enclosed forecourt, a passageway to the rear and an enclosed rear garden incorporating paved and decked seating areas, a level lawn, flower borders, mixed shrubs and summer house or studio.

“Llandrindod Wells is a pretty Victorian Spa town that became the County Town of Powys in 1974 with three counties were amalgamated. As a result it has a disproportionate level of services relative to its size.”

“Wynberg has a small forecourt with wrought iron railings, red chippings, evergreen shrubs and concrete path.

“A separate path and covered passage leads to the rear garden, with a gates to Wynberg and its next door neighbour.

(Image: Morgan & Co)

(Image: Morgan & Co)

“At the rear there is a large, paved patio on two levels, with a step down to a level lawn with a wide flower border on one side, flowering shrubs and two apple trees, with wooden fencing along both sides.

“At the bottom of the garden there is a summer house. A timber structure with a bituminous felt roof (built in 2018), light, power points, glazed French doors and two windows to the south.”