5 bedroom detached house for saleGlasbury-On-Wye, Herefordshire
A beautifully restored period character farmstead with a charming family sized five bedroomed farmhouse, three high specification self-contained holiday cottages, outbuildings and mature gardens within the beautiful Wye Valley near Hay-on-Wye. EPC G.
5.4m x 3.3m
with floor and wall units with cooker, hob and hood, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, recess areas for fridge, freezer and dishwasher, oak flooring, window south east, doors south east and north west, traditional fireplace, staircase to first floor.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
with cupboard, two windows north west.
3.8m x 1.7m
with bath, low flush WC, fitted hand basin with cupboards under, ladder radiator, door north west onto Juliette balcony.
3.0m x 2.0m
with panelled bath, separate shower cubicle (double size) with glass door, hand basin with cupboards under, low flush WC, ladder radiator, window south east.
2.8m x 1.7m
with corner shower unit, fitted hand basin with cupboards under, low flush WC, ladder radiator, window north east.
4.34m x 3.2m
with oak flooring, two windows.
FIRST FLOOR - LANDING AREA
8.4m x 5.46m
with three windows north east, two round windows south west with sliding shutters, oak flooring, wood burning stove, magnificent king post truss A frames, floor units with appliance recess, cooker, hob and hood, single drainer sink unit, worktops.
3.0m x 2.0m
with panelled bath with over bath shower, low flush WC, two fitted hand basins with cupboards under, ladder radiator.
4.5m x 4.3m
plus recess with exposed beams and trusses, window north east, radiator.
5.4m x 3.9m
with window north east, Juliette balcony, external door north west, beams and radiator.
with staircase to first floor, stone flag floor, window and door north east.
5.4m x 3.5m
with window south west and window to courtyard.
4.3m x 2.4m
with panelled bath with shower over, handbasin with cupboards under, low flush WC, window north east, outside door, ladder radiator, door to:
BEDROOM 3/CHILD'S ROOM
4.34m x 2.44m
with window south west to courtyard.
FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING
with window north east, spotlighting, oak flooring, leads to:
8.1m x 5.5m
a magnificent room with three circular windows, two south west and one south east, exposed A frame timbers, oak flooring, island hand basin, separate WC and shower cubicle off.
11.3m x 5.5m
a large open plan room with feature circular window south west, further window north east, three fully exposed A-frame King Post trusses forming an impressive feature, wood burning stove, oak flooring. Kitchen area with cooker hob and hood, recess for dishwasher and washing machine, drawers, worktops, breakfast bar, stainless steel sink unit, window north east, shelves, three radiators.
with back door, coat hooks, window to courtyard.
3.0m x 2.84m
with window north east, extensive shelving, worktops, tiled floor, door to lobby, radiator.
2.8m x 1.7m
with low flush WC, fitted hand basin, window north east to courtyard.
6.4m x 4.9m
via a stone steps through an attractive archway housing the boiler and hot water system with stone flag and part cobbled flooring.
FIRST FLOOR SPACIOUS LANDING
BEDROOM 2/MASTER BEDROOM
5.2m x 4.85m
with large bay window south east, further window south west, door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
3.2m x 1.9m
with window south west, fitted hand basin with cupboard under, low flush WC, corner shower unit, ladder radiator.
LOWER LANDING AREA
with back staircase off.
BATHROOM 2 (OFF LANDING)
2.8m x 2.2m
with large corner shower unit, panelled bath, fitted hand basin, low flush WC, window north east, towel rail.
5.5m x 4.7m
with two windows south west, traditional fireplace with ornate surround, radiator.
1.85m x 1.6m
with window to courtyard, extensive fitted shelving and hanging space.
Converted from the former grooms house to provide:
6.3m x 5.0m
with stone chimney breast, three windows (south east, south west and north west), oak flooring, attractive traditional fire.
The property has, since 2004, been run successfully as a holiday letting business. From a standing start the business has grown well and details of turnover will be available on request. The property is offered with all three cottages fully equipped to be utilised as holiday cottages including furniture, kitchen equipment, bed linen, etc (a few personal items are excluded). The holiday cottages can be viewed online by following the links below: www.holidaycottages.co.uk/wales/mid-wales/maesyronen-wye-cottage www.holidaycottages.co.uk/wales/mid-wales/maesyronen-fire-side-cottage www.holidaycottages.co.uk/wales/mid-wales/maesyronen-wood-view
This a charming Grade II listed period house probably around 200 years old, although parts of it may be older. It sits alongside the cobbled courtyard with the barns forming an L-shaped range on two sides. The house has been completely restored in the last fifteen years with a comprehensive renovation programme whilst great effort has been made to maintain its obvious and inherent charm and character so that the original fireplaces, internal doors, windows, etc have all been retained. The property comprises the following accommodation (measurements are provided for identification only):
MAIN ENTRANCE PORCH
2.0m x 2.0m
with south westerly aspect overlooking the garden, opens to the:
MAIN ENTRANCE HALL
7.0m x 2.0m
with staircase off to first floor, two radiators.
4.9m x 4.8m
plus large 2m bay window south east with shutters and views over the garden, window south west, traditional fireplace with moulded surround and mantel, two arched shelved recess areas, floorboards, radiator.
4.8m x 4.5m
with bay window south east with shutters and views over the garden, traditional fireplace with mantle over and brick hearth, fitted shelving.
4.6m x 3.86m
with glazed screen to hall, two windows south west with shutters, seats and views, a traditional fireplace with ornate surround and part tiled insert.
with stone flag floor and window south west with shutters.
4.75m x 4.1m
with windows to three elevations with shutters, fitted Aga cooker, bespoke hand built kitchen with solid wood block ash worktops, central island, breakfast bar, circular stainless steel sink, Belfast sink, appliance recess areas, larder cupboard, tiled floor, back door north west.
with second staircase and access to cellar.
Some of the original buildings have remained unconverted and these provide some useful additional space including the:
11.5m x 5.51m
with a drive-through to the rear or garaging for four cars.
ORIGINAL COW BYRE
8.5m x 5.59m
TRADITIONAL STABLES - 18'4
5.59m x 4.9m
with an original box in situ, block set flooring, two windows, original doors and partitions (would make a good gym).
with double doors to front and window to rear.
10.9m x 5.5m
of block construction with double doors, oil storage tank and extensive racking, two Lilliput automatic boilers, hot water systems, etc.
A particular feature of Glanhenwye are the grounds which surround the property with original stone walls providing an impressive backdrop to many of the garden areas. To the front of the house is an extensive area of lawned garden with ornamental trees and shrubs. Below this is a lower garden and lawn area ideal for a kitchen garden or for further recreational use. To the rear is an amenity area and further lawns with specialist trees and shrubs and a sweeping entrance from the original roadway.
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