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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanyre, Nr Llandrindod Wells


Property Description

Key features

  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Utility Room
  • Shower Room
  • Double Glazing
  • Oil Fired Central Heating
  • Energy Rating 'E'

Full description

Dating from Medieval times and featuring in the renowned “Houses and History in the March of Wales: Radnorshire 1400 – 1800” this detached three bed stone cottage occupies a magnificent location with unrivalled far reaching views of the mid Wales countryside. The RESIDENTIAL SMALLHOLDING also comprises approximately 6.5 ACRES of PASTURELAND with American Barn (having four looseboxes and two goat pens), separate hay store, stone outbuilding and large vegetable garden. Character features throughout including part cruck beams, wall and ceiling timbers, exposed stonework and inglenook fireplace.

Accommodation comprises: Utility Room * Shower Room * Kitchen * Dining Room * Lounge * Three Bedrooms * Bathroom * Double Glazing * Oil Fired Central Heating * Energy Rating ‘E’ *

Accommodation -

Utility Room - 3.1 x 2.9 (10'2" x 9'6") - Stable door; windows to two elevations with super views; quarry tiled floor.

Shower Room - Quarry tiled floor; low level wc suite; wall hung wash hand basin; fully tiled and enclosed shower unit with electric shower heater; window to the rear.

Kitchen - 4.1 x 2.8 (13'5" x 9'2") - Range of solid wood base units with worktops over; inlaid single drainer sink unit; electric cooker point; oil fired Rayburn fitted into alcove with lintel over; open shelving, window to front, quarry tiled floor. Open archway to:

Dining Room - 4 x 3.2 (13'1" x 10'5") - Exposed beams and wall timbers; window to rear; fitted carpet.

Lounge - 6.4 x 4.7 (20'11" x 15'5") - Attractive Inglenook fireplace with oak lintel over, exposed stonework, original bread oven with cast iron door and currently fitted with cast iron wood burning stove set on a flagstone hearth. Exposed beams, wall and ceiling timbers; wall lights; windows to front and rear give lovely double aspect; fitted carpet; radiator. Solid oak door to side of property and garden. Stairs with fitted carpet rise to:

First Floor -

Galleried Landing - Exposed beams; window to rear; wall light; part sloping ceiling; radiator; original curved wall. Access hatch to loft space. Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder; batten shelving and louvre door.

Bedroom 1 - 5.3 x 4.3 (17'4" x 14'1") - Window to front with lovely views; exposed beams and timbers; painted stone chimney breast; fitted carpet and radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 4.4 x 3 (14'5" x 9'10") - Window to side; exposed beam; fitted carpet; radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 3.7 x 2.8 (12'1" x 9'2") - Window to rear with rural views; exposed beams and timbers; fitted carpet; radiator; part sloping ceiling.

Bathroom - 2.9 x 1.5 (9'6" x 4'11") - Low level WC suite; panelled bath with handgrips, hand shower attachment and tiled surround; wash hand basin with mixer tap set in to a vanity unit with mirror and light over. Exposed timbers; laminate floor; radiator; window to front.

Outside - The property is approached from a Council maintained roadway along a single track, the first part of which the property has a right of way over and the remaining part is owned by the property.

The house, which dates from medieval times occupies a stunning location with unrivalled far reaching views of the glorious Mid Wales countryside and towards the County town of Llandrindod Wells, formerly a renowned Victorian Spa Town.

The ground, extending to approximately 6.5 acres is laid to pasture and divided into three useful enclosures and is suitable for grazing and forage. There is a large, productive vegetable garden with chicken run and polytunnel.

A useful American barn provides four loose boxes (3 x 3.6 m by 3.6 m and 1 x 3.6 m by 4.8 m), and two goat pens. Close to the barn is a separate hay store. Below the house, along the track which goes past the house and directly to the barn, is a stone outbuilding (approx 3 m x 4 m).

Services - Mains electricity, private water and drainage.

Local Authority - Powys County Council (Radnorshire) tel: 01597 826000.

Please Note: - A public footpath runs through part of the land

Directions: - From the centre of Llanyre, take Pantyrhiwen Lane and continue out of the village, cross a cattlegrid (with gate) and continue through the next gate and on to the property.

Important Notice - These particulars are offered on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through this company. Neither these particulars, nor oral representations, form part of any offer or contract and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Any floor plan provided is for representation purposes only, as defined by the RICS Code of Measuring Practice and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure their accuracy the measurements of windows, doors and rooms are approximate and should be used as such by prospective purchasers. Any services, systems and appliances mentioned have not been tested by us and we cannot verify that they are in working order.

Pma Reference - 0406925914

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
20 June 2014

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