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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Llangunllo, Knighton

Offers in Region of £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An attractive, unspoilt, stone, 5 bedroom farmhouse with many original features .
  • With farm buildings and in all some 64 acres (or thereabouts) within a ring fence.
  • An opportunity to purchase a sound livestock holding. Occupying a fine elevated and secluded position with lovely views of the surrounding border countryside.

Full description

Comprising a most attractive, UNSPOILT, STONE, 5 BEDROOM FARMHOUSE with many original features . With farm buildings and in all some 64 acres (or thereabouts) within a ring fence. An opportunity to purchase a sound livestock holding. Occupying a fine ELEVATED AND SECLUDED POSITION WITH LOVELY VIEWS of the surrounding border countryside

Kitchen / Breakfast Room: - 20'x 8' (6.10m x 2.44m) - Having exposed chimney breast with recessed Rayburn solid fuel cooking stove. Range of fitted units with cupboards and drawers having tiled work surface over. Complementary eye level wall units. Planned space for cooker. Window to front. Radiator and ceramic tiled floor.

Utility Room: - 13'x 6' (3.96m x 1.83m) - Sink unit H & C. Work surface with ample room for auto washer, tumble dryer, fridge etc. Shelving and cupboards.
Door from kitchen down to the most useful:

Dry Cellar: - 11'x 11' (3.35m x 3.35m) - Lighting, power pointing and side window.

Also off the Kitchen / Breakfast Room a well proportioned:

Dining Room: - 12'x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m) - Window with outlooks across garden and countryside beyond. Window bench seat. Central feature of quarry stone fireplace having inset multi fuel burner, carved beam over. Exposed ceiling timbers and door to the:

Reception: - Within the reception, fine heavy panelled door. Staircase to first floor and return door to the Kitchen.

Living Room: - 14'x12' (4.27m x 3.66m) - Window bench seat and window with outlook across garden and countryside beyond. Stone fireplace featuring inset solid fuel stove, set on slabbed hearth. Exposed timbering and recessed storage area.

From the reception, pine staircase leads up to a galleried first floor landing.

Bedroom 1: - 14 x 12' (0.36m x 3.66m) - Window overlooking woodland and countryside beyond.

Bedroom 2: - 12'x 12'1 (3.66m x 3.68m) - Radiator. Window overlooking woodland and countryside beyond. Fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom 3: - 13'x 9' (3.96m x 2.74m) - Window overlooking gardens.

Inner Landing: - With Airing Cupboard having lagged cylinder, slatted shelving and immersion heater.

Bathroom: - Having suite with panel bath H & C, hand basin H & C, WC flush. Enclosed fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit.

From the main landing a secondary staircase up to Second Landing.

Bedroom 4: - 10'x 6' (3.05m x 1.83m) - Agents Note: the measurements are taken to half way under the eaves. There is also a recessed area and velux roof light.
Useful under eaves Storage to two sides.

Bedroom 5: - 12'x 10' (3.66m x 3.05m) - Average maximum measurements taken to half way under the eaves. Two velux roof lights. Also useful under eaves Storage.

Outside: - Surrounding the house are lawned pleasure gardens with a patio area and shrub borders. Hard standing for vehicle parking at side of house.

The Farm buildings
Located at the homestead are useful farm buildings comprising 3 (No). Bay Dutch Barn with Lean-to's on both sides. The whole used for fodder and general storage measuring 576 x 16.

Adjacent is a Sheep Handling Unit incorporating Dipping Bath, Race and Sorting Pens.

The Holding: Has Been Actively Farmed And Is Generally In Good Heart. Rock House Farm Is A Most Desirable Small Farm Located In Wonderful Unspoilt Surroundings And Is A Prime Opportunity For Prospective Purchasers. - In all this amounts to some 64.2 acres (or thereabouts) and is more particularly described in the following schedule.

The Land is situated principally to the south and east of the homestead and the top land comprises some level enclosures which are mown in the summer with the remainder sloping downwards in a westerly direction towards Llangunllo village. Water for the farmhouse and for livestock is provided by means of a borehole with an electric pump that supplies water to a reservoir which is located in NG 8851. Water is then gravity fed back to the farmhouse and to water tanks which are located on the holding.

Directions - From Knighton proceed west on the A488 (Penybont main road). After some 3 1/2 miles turn right for Llangunllo and just before entering the village turn right and The Rock House will be found after 1/4 miles on the left hand side.

PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures or fittings, services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. Norman Lloyd endeavour to draft these details accurately and reliably taking reasonable steps to verify the information. The Vendor/s have also acknowledged these details are true and accurate. However if there is any point that is of particular importance to you, please contact our offices and we will be pleased to confirm the position for you.

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07 June 2016

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