3 bedroom detached house for salePengenffordd, Talgarth, Brecon
Sold STC £685,000
The land is laid to permanent pasture and is in the main south east facing, workable land which rises steeply at its western fringe to join Mynydd Troed which is the common behind, over which there is hill grazing rights and some spectacular riding. A short tarmacadam driveway leads from the main road to the farmyard. Within the farm there are small areas of woodland and mature trees that provide valuable amenity.
COMMON GRAZING RIGHTS
Common grazing rights are registered on the adjoining common Mynydd Troed for 290 sheep.
Water supply is provided by springs which rise on the farm and flow through it providing a natural water supply to most of the fields. One of these springs has been tapped to supply water for the house whilst a second provides water for the farm buildings. A further tank to the north of the farmstead also supplies a nearby holiday home.
Lawned garden to the front, small vegetable garden to the rear, patio, the garden is mainly planted with shrubs.
A particular feature of the farm are the excellent outbuildings which comprise the following:
TWO STOREY STONE BUILT BUILDING
15.2m x 4.6m
Reasonably new slate roof and full planning permission for conversion to two two-bedroomed holiday cottages that will enjoy lovely south easterly views. To the rear of this building is a:
11.8m x 4.3m
with sheep handling pens and dipping tub behind
Alongside the stone building is an:
OPEN FRONTED SHED
6.3m x 5.7m
used as a garage, adjoining this is an interesting original two bay
OPEN FRENCH BARN
6.6m x 2.9m
MODERN CATTLE SHED
18.0m x 12.0m
Built in 1993 with a 10' feeding alley with double doors, concrete apron, Yorkshire Boarding and concrete block walls, box profile roofing, water tank. Topside is a:
GENERAL PURPOSE STEEL FRAMED SHE
18.0m x 5.95m
with Yorkshire boarding sides, double doors, water tank.
This is a detached, traditional building of stone with slate roof standing to one side of the farmyard and enjoying a superb south easterly aspect towards the Black Mountains. The house has had considerable modernisation including double glazed windows to most rooms. It is fitted with oil central heating throughout and enjoys its own spring water and septic tank.
with glazed door leading to:
2.6m x 2.3m
with three piece suite in Indian Ivory comprising panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, low flush W.C., overbath Triton electric shower with folding screen and tiled walls, cupboard and slatted shelves, radiator, medicine cabinet, window south west.
7.0m x 4.2m
overall including chimney breast. This comprises the original part of the stone built house. It has a stone-built arched open fire place at both ends of the room and a central staircase leading off, exposed beams and wooden lintels highlight the ceiling. There are two double glazed windows facing south east with stunning views of the Black Mountains. Two large oil-fired radiators are situated beneath the windows.
6.0m x 3.3m
This was an extension to the house and modern built believed to have been in 1970s, two wooden framed double glazed windows facing south west and south east looking over part of the farm. There are two oil-fired radiators also a woodburner set in a reformite stone grate with a hardwood top and stone hearth. Door to:
4.2m x 3.1m
with solid fuel Rayburn Regent cooker providing cooking facilities. This is set in an attractive recessed fireplace with stone hearth, fitted floor and wall units with worktops, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, fitted oven with four ring hob, ceramic top and extract fan hood over, display shelving, drawers, radiator, door to:
2.1m x 1.6m
with shelving and plumbing for washing machine and spin dryer and fitted Worcester boiler (approx 9 years sold), one radiator. Off this is a toilet and handbasin.
3.1m x 2.4m
with radiator, room for shelving and deep freeze, cloakroom, stable door leading outside to rear of farmhouse. Inner door leading to:
3.99m x 2.2m
fitted with double sink unit for hand washing only, stable door leads to side of farmyard, slate roof, two radiators.
with character beams and stone work, radiator. Access hatch to insulated loft space.
3.15m x 2.5m
exposed stonework, character beam, radiator, UPVC window south east
3.5m (narrowing to 3m) x 3.1m - with exposed stonework, beam, radiator, window south east
3.4m x 3.1m
with radiator, fitted Airing Cupboard with lagged tank, immersion heater, window south east.
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