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Kerry Street, Montgomery, Powys, SY15 – Trefaldwyn

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Contact name
Jake Best
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Kerry Street, Montgomery, Powys SY15 – Trefaldwyn
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020 *** ****

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Office for sale
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Cafe, Car park, Exposed bricks, Grade II, Kitchen, Restaurant, Shower, Spacious, Storage, Telephone system, Tiled floor, Train transport

A substantial Grade II Listed terraced Townhouse in sought after location built circa 1750
• Original features including oak beams, oak floorboards, sash windows and 19th century staircase
• 6 Bedrooms (one en-suite)
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Sitting Room
• 2 bathrooms (Family Bathroom and one En-Suite)
The Armoury comprises a most delightful three storey, 6 bedroom Grade II Listed town house with an interesting history and spacious family accommodation. Set in a convenient position in one of Mid Wales' most popular and historic towns, the house is spacious yet cosy offering a wealth of original features including oak beams and floorboards, sash windows and 19th century staircase. The location is fantastic yet quiet, being just around the corner from the main square and town centre as well as boasting on street parking in front of the property. The house lends itself to a multitude of combined uses and possible further development. The scope of the accommodation offers prospective purchasers an opportunity to work from home or use part as a shop or gallery, or Bed and Breakfast (or Air B&B). The downstairs currently includes a shop area which was previously utilised as a living room, which could be re-instated if required (subject to relevant permissions). A real must see property. Entrance Hall
With original pine entrance door to front elevation, tiled flooring, exposed wall timbers, carpeted staircase leads to the first floor, stairs lead down to Inner Lobby with understairs cupboard.
With tiled flooring, window to rear elevation, space and plumbing for washing machine and WC if desired.
With tiled flooring, exposed beams to ceiling, windows to front and rear elevations, radiator, beech work surfaces with sink with hot and cold mixer taps over, space and plumbing for washing machine, fitted 4 ring gas lpg hob and oven. Door to:
Fitted Clearview multi fuel burner. Window and door to front elevation.
With understairs airing cupboard housing the LPG Worcester Combi Boiler for central heating and hot water, original oak flooring, original 19th Century radiator, two windows to rear elevation, staircase rising to Second Floor Landing.
With original solid oak flooring, solid oak door, radiator, recessed storage cupboard, window to front elevation.
With original solid oak flooring, radiator, window to front elevation.
Free standing raised roll top bath, raised shower cubicle, low level WC, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, secondary glazed window to front elevation, recessed ceiling spot lights, ladder style chrome heated towel rail.
With large Velux roof light, double glazed window with lovely views over the Town, exposed boarded flooring, exposed original oak beams and radiator.
With exposed flooring, secondary glazed window to front elevation, Velux to rear elevation, exposed beams and timbers. Door to:
With window to front elevation, newly installed free standing bath and raised shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, chrome heated radiator/towel rail.
With carpet as laid, secondary glazed window to front elevation and exposed wall timbers.
Historically the building was used as the Assembly Rooms for the Town for many years and as a Pre-WW1 armoury and drill station for C Squadron Montgomeryshire Yeomanry and A Company, 7th Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers and later as a base for the Home Guard in the 1930's, as well as Girl Guide meetings and Brass Band practice. It was later used as the Sorting Office for the Post Office (which until recently was next door). The building was converted into a family home in the 1980's.
The property is situated in the town of Montgomery. Montgomery is a most attractive and picturesque town on the Mid Wales/Shropshire border close to Offa's Dyke. It is an historic market town dominated by the eleventh century castle which towers over it and provides a most impressive panoramic view of the local countryside. The town has its own Elementary school, Doctors Surgery, Tennis courts, Bowling green (outdoor), Cricket Pitch, Motor Repair Garage, Library, two Museums, Art Galleries, Antique Stores, general Grocery Store, Market (selling veg, fish and Dairy) Hardware Store, Post Office, mobile bank Public Houses, including the Monty's Brewery visitor Centre and a Michelin Star Restaurant, as well as café's and Tea Rooms. Montgomery holds its own successful annual Street Fair, carnival and Agricultural Show in the town, these events are immensely enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. There is also an open air Shakespeare Production held at the castle annually.

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