4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Tregoyd, Brecon, Powys

£625,000

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Tenure: Freehold

A high quality, superbly appointed and beautifully situated four bedroomed stone barn conversion with an abundance of character features set in over an acre of grounds and paddocks, enjoying glorious views of the surrounding countryside. Energy Rating C.

SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL 
2.8m x 2.65m
plus corridor leading to back door and also to the:

UTILITY ROOM 
with plumbing for automatic washing machine, oil fired central heating boiler and storage cupboard.

CLOAKROOM 
with high flush WC, high level window, radiator, hand basin, window south east.

DINING HALL/KITCHEN 
9.6m x 5.4m
being a wonderfully spacious room with Italian porcelain tiled floor and part of it taken up by a delightful circular kitchen with extensive fitted floor and wall units with Corian worktop including inset sink, built-in double oven, built-in fridge and freezer, four ring electric hob, dishwasher, etc. This room has French doors south west with fine views and a large window (former barn door) north east. There are extensive revealed oak beams and timbers including a screen along one side, small lancet hole windows north east and south west and a staircase to the first floor. Two steps lead down from here to the:

SITTING ROOM 
5.4m x 4.95m
with oak flooring, a traditional fireplace with stone pillars and timber mantel over, slabbed hearth, wood burning stove, window south east, staircase to first floor, oak beams and timbers, French doors to patio north east, further window south west, door and two steps down to:

STUDY 
3.8m x 2.95m
with attractive oak flooring, French door north east to patio, radiator, small window north west.

FIRST FLOOR 

STAIRCASE 1 
(from sitting room) leads to a split level landing either side of a magnificent oak truss with a door to:

BEDROOM 1 
5.46m x 4.6m
with a fully revealed oak truss forming a most impressive feature with further beams and stonework besides, roof lights south west and north east, small triangular window north west, radiator.

LANDING/STUDY 
3.0m x 2.5m
plus corridor back to staircase with Velux roof light north east, revealed beams and timbers, door to:

SHOWER ROOM 
2.35m x 1.57m
with corner shower, curved vanity unit housing WC and Corian worktop with inset sink, Velux roof light south west, ladder radiator.

BEDROOM 2 
5.2m x 2.75m
with balcony south west over living room with light from the main barn door, further window north east with views up the wooded valley beyond, revealed beams and timbers, small connecting hatch to bedroom 3.

STAIRCASE 2 
(from the living area) leads to a further split landing and:

BEDROOM 3 
3.9m x 2.5m
with Velux roof light south west, radiator, exposed timbers, small connecting hatch to bedroom 2.

BEDROOM 4 
5.3m x 2.0m
plus full length 5.3m x 0.5m seated area which caps the original barn wall, Velux roof lights north east and south west, radiator.

BATHROOM 
2.6m x 2.0m
(plus recess areas) with attractive slipper bath, low flush WC, pedestal hand basin into recess, traditional style cast iron radiator, beams, Velux roof light north east.

OUTSIDE 
To the forecourt of the property is a most attractive Italianate style courtyard with ornamental trees and shrubs, log store and a pair of magnificent wrought iron gates onto the adjoining lane. Opposite this is the:

PURPOSE BUILT THREE BAY GARAGE/ 
9.15m x 5.15m
WORKSHOP with two open bays (5.15m x 3.05m each) and the third bay fully enclosed containing WORKSHOP 5.15m x 3.05m with double doors to front, power and light and with staircase to first floor to a small secure STORE ROOM/STUDY 2.75m x 2.55m max including low headroom areas either side with Velux roof light north.

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To the rear (south west) of the property is a magnificent lawned garden with views across the Wye Valley beyond to the distant Radnor Hills. This has some well screened patio areas on two different levels with ornamental trees and shrubs and decking to part. At the lower end of the garden is an additional parking area and a wood store. The garden rises to a PADDOCK AREA which is a further half an acre or so and has a number of potential uses including kitchen garden, pony paddock, orcharding, amenity, etc. From the lower garden, there is also a further gated access onto the lane.

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Nearest station

  • Builth Road (15.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

McCartneys LLP, Hay-On-Wye

11 High Town, Hay-On-Wye, HR3 5AE

01497 567000 Local call rate

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