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3 bedroom cottage
£245,000 (Guide Price)

The Mill Dolanog Welshpool

The Mill House comprises a grade II listed spacious 3-bedoom detached house dating back to the 17th Century offering plenty of character located within the open Welsh Countryside with riverside views, surrounded by additional land available by separate negotiation.

THE MILL HOUSE This grade II listed house dates back to the 17th Century and offers plenty of character with exposed beams and quarry tiled floors. The accommodation comprises entrance hall and utility area leading to a family bathroom. The property then leads through into a dining room with a solid fuel Rayburn stove providing hot water and heating. A step up to a galley style kitchen and a further sitting room with an open fire. The stairs rise from the dining room to the first-floor landing which leads to the three bedrooms, two of a generous size.

Outside the house is a spacious parking area leading to a garden with mature flowerbeds, shrubs and trees. The plot extends to 0.66 acres in total.

Additional pasture land accessed from the approach road extending to The Mill House extending to approximately 5 acres available via separate negotiation.

The chalet building within the garden offers secondary accommodation for short term holiday lets or a large study area and comprises an open plan living/bedroom area with a kitchen off leading to the bathroom.

LOCATION AND LOCAL AMENITIES The Mill House is situated to the east of the rural village of Dolanog in the county of Powys. The property is situated on a council-maintained road leading to a ford surrounded by extensive rural scenery and open countryside. The busy market town of Welshpool is just 12 miles to the east which hosts a range of services and facilities including a railway station linking Shrewsbury with Aberystwyth, a livestock market, leisure centre and other recreational, educational and employment opportunities. In addition, the market town of Machynlleth lies approximately 30 miles away and provides a range of amenities such as the Centre for Alternative Technology.

A range of excellent schools are available in the region including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall, Ellesmere College and Shrewsbury School. Locally, primary education is available in Llanerfyl and primary and secondary education are available in Llanfair Caereinion.

The picturesque and popular Snowdonia National Park and Welsh coast towns of Abersoch (70 miles), Pwllheli (65 miles) and Aberdovey (40 miles) are easily accessible. The market town of Shrewsbury, the cities of Chester and Birmingham are all accessible by road and train, making Dolanog an ideal rural Welsh retreat.

SERVICES The property is connected to mains electricity and is serviced by a private foul drainage system although no services have been tested. The purchaser will be required to disconnect from the existing private water supply and make a new connection to the mains water supply, which is understood to be located in the roadway adjacent.

EASEMENTS, COVENANTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplied and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and any other pipes whether referred to in these particulars or not.

BOUNDARIES, ROAD AND FENCES The purchaser shall be assumed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the vendor nor their Agents will be responsible for defining any ownership of the boundaries.

TENURE AND POSSESSION The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

METHOD OF SALE The property is offered for sale by private treaty.

LOCAL AUTHORITY Powys County Council Tel: 01597 826000
Council Tax: The Mill House – E

VIEWINGS Viewings are to be made strictly by prior appointment only with the selling agents, Berrys. Contact our Shrewsbury office on 01743 271697

  • 17th Century 3-Bedroom Cottage
  • Chalet Secondary Accommodation
  • Secluded Rural Location
  • Riverside Views
  • Potential for Modernisation
  • Approx. 5 Acres of Additional Land Available by Separate Negotiation