A converted former Mid Wales chapel and village hall is expected to generate interest when it comes to auction this week.
The three-bedroom semi-detached property at Sarn, near Newtown, Powys has been listed with a guide price of £100,000 when it goes to auction in Welshpool on 22 September.
Estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole believe it provides a good deal for either a first time buyer or someone seeking to relocate into a popular rural community.
2 Caebitra Hall includes a large garden, parking, spacious lounge, three bedrooms, including one that could be a study or home office.
“The property once formed a chapel and village hall and was converted into a home a number of years ago. But with a guide price of £100,000 we anticipate a lot of interest when it goes to auction,” said Kathryn Evans, a Chartered Surveyor at MMP in Newtown.
“It’s spacious inside and out and has some amazing views of the Montgomeryshire countryside and further out to the Shropshire borders.”
Sarn is situated close to the village of Kerry and the larger town of Newtown in north Powys, as well as easy access to Montgomery, Welshpool and on into Shropshire.
The property will be auction at MMP’s Autumn Collective Property Auction at Welshpool Livestock Sales on Thursday, 22 September at 2pm.
The auction includes a range of residential and commercial properties as well as land and a wood.
More details can be found at www.morrismarshall.co.uk or by telephoning 01686 626160.