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3 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Tredustan, Talgarth, Brecon, Powys

Sold STC £435,000

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Tenure: Freehold

A charming characterful stone farmhouse together with a separate self-contained annexe, a detached stone barn with full planning consent and outbuildings standing in an acre of gardens and grounds in a quiet rural location with glorious views. Energy Rating E.

Alongside the house is a SMALL LEAN-TO UTILITY ROOM approached externally measuring 2.7m x 2.7m with plumbing for washing machine, hot water cylinder for the cottage, two doors and window south west. Opposite the house is the:

14.3m x 5.0m
with two barn doors, pedestrian door and various openings including high level windows and lancet holes. This building has terrific potential for use as a studio, workshop, work from home space, potential holiday cottages, nanny or granny accommodation (with planning permission in place for conversion) or simply as a great storage space. Beyond is a LEAN-TO WOOD STORE and further detached buildings at the far end of the plot including:

7.5m x 6.0m
which contains the remains of an old static caravan which has been there for many years and may have some benefits in planning terms. This area is also currently used to store a tractor and various bits of machinery, logs, etc., but could easily be adapted into stables or for other agricultural uses.

In all, the grounds extend to approximately an acre, including the garden area and there is great scope for planting a large kitchen garden area or a self-sufficiency type operation.

5.5m x 2.85m
(plus recess area near the door) with beams and trusses exposed, two large windows north east and south west, radiator. A door from here opens to:

5.5m x 2.9m
with window south west, Velux roof light north east, exposed beams and trusses. Note - this room also contains the interesting remains of the original Cruck truss which shows that the property had a much lower roof profile centuries ago.

The house sits alongside its outbuildings with a driveway leading up to the house and beyond. There are extensive gardens to the south east and south west of the property which fall quickly down towards the river below and provide a wonderful setting and scope for landscaping, if required. Beyond the house and to one side is the:

2.4m x 2.0m
with staircase to first floor and outside door north east. This opens to the:

3.65m x 3.2m
with window north east and two windows south east, fitted floor and wall units incorporating worktops, stainless steel single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit, fitted Diplomat cooker with separate ceramic hob and cooker hood, tiled floor, open sitting area, door to:

1.65m x 1.65m
with window north west, corner shower unit, low flush WC, pedestal hand basin, shaver light and mirror.


of stone construction and briefly comprising:

3.76m x 2.9m
(including low head room area) with extensive exposed beams, 2.7 metre wide windows with double doors opening onto balcony, again affording magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The balcony measures approximately 7.9m x 3.0m, again with steps down to the garden to one side.

5.4m x 3.35m
being an attractive L-shaped room with magnificent Inglenook fireplace dating back several hundred years with oak beam over, remains of baking oven, a most attractive stone staircase to one side, stone flag hearth and wood burning stove which also assists the central heating system, windows south west, south east and north east, oak flooring, beamed ceiling and fine oak screen which may have been partially re-positioned at some time and contains the:

2.9m x 2.8m
with window south west, oak flooring, exposed beams.

5.5m x 5.4m
being a large, light and airy room with two windows and glazed outside door south west to the gardens, old Inglenook fireplace now containing the traditional oil fired Aga cooker with beam over, traditional stone staircase to one side and remains of baking oven, exposed beams, further small window north east, quarry tiled floor, telephone point, cooker point, radiator.

3.2m x 1.8m
with panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, corner shower unit, low flush WC, window south west, shelving, radiator.

6.6m x 5.4m
approached via the main stone staircase from the sitting room with extensive exposed beams and A-frame timbers, screen dividing it partially into two, radiator, Velux roof light, large French door and glazed panels opening onto a south east facing:

6.0m x 1.8m
with steps down to the garden.

with window north west.

2.75m x 1.8m
(plus low head room area and recesses) with attractive twin end bath, low flush WC, pedestal hand basin, corner shower cubicle with glass doors, oak floor, vaulted ceiling to part, exposed beams, airing cupboard with lagged tank and space above, window north west.

This is a fine period property with many character features, described briefly as follows:

2.26m x 1.55m
with two steps down from the front door which faces north east, door to kitchen, ground floor bathroom and:

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