Finding your station in life.
Station House was retired as a working station back in 1965 and has since been sympathetically and pleasantly adapted to become a cosy home.
Built in 1861 and a Grade II listed property, the style of the building, the unusual garden "sheds" and the large name sign are big clues as to what it used to be.
The spacious ground .oor accommodation comprises an entrance porch, reception hall, snug/bedroom, combined utility and wc, ?tted kitchen, a lounge (formerly part of the booking of?ce), a study and dining room.
Upstairs there is a master bedroom with views across the surrounding countryside, a second bedroom and a fully-?tted family bathroom. There is potential to create further bedrooms on the ground ?oor subject to purchaser's requirements.
Outside there is ample parking and turning space together with pleasant front gardens and the feature former station platform to the rear. The outbuildings include two former railway carriages, now used for garden storage. It is a situated in a pleasant village nestled in the heart of the Welsh countryside with superb views over rolling hills, making it ideal as weekend/holiday spot or the ideal getaway for boy (or girl) who grew up playing with trains.
Machynlleth is just 11 miles away and the yachting resort of Aberdovey on the Cambrian Coast is 21 miles to the west.
Station House is on offer at pounds 289,950 through agents Halls. For details call 01938 555552.
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Aug 11, 2011|
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