5 bedroom character property for sale

Dan-y-Skirrid Farm, Llantilio Pertholey, Abergavenny

Guide Price £1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Excellent location within Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Easy access from 'A' Roads & main road & rail connections
  • Stunning position with incredible views over Black Mountains
  • Spacious, well appointed farmhouse refurbished by the current vendors
  • Impressive traditional stone barn with planning consent for two holiday let cottages
  • Equestrian facilities and useful outbuildings
  • Ring fenced paddocks and good grazing fields
  • In all approximately 60 acres
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Also available with 24 acres at Guide Price of 925,000

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Dan Y Skirrid Farm enjoys a beautiful location and position at the foothill of the famous Skirrid mountain within the Brecon Beacons National Park, with wonderful far reaching views over the Sugarloaf, Blorenge and Black Mountains. A stunning rural property comprising of a traditional five bedroom beautiful stone farmhouse, impressive stone barn with planning permission for the conversion to two holiday cottages, high-quality steel framed barn with stabling, further outbuildings along with a ring fenced block of good paddocks and pasture land, extending in total to approximately 60 acres.

The property has been much improved over the last 8 years by the present owners including refurbishment of the main house and gardens and upgrading of the equestrian facilities. An attractive stone barn lies at right angles to the main house, planning permission has been obtained from Brecon Beacons National Park to link this barn to the main house and provide two holiday cottages. Whilst the present owners have not converted the barn, it has been fully restored and is presently used as a workshop/store. The accommodation is beautifully presented and includes a spacious drawing room with magnificent fireplace, and double doors to an outside terrace with superb, panoramic views, a dining room with large Inglenook fireplace, a modern bespoke 'farmhouse style' kitchen with doors to an outside terrace and access to the rear.

On the first floor are 4 bedrooms, 3 en-suites, including the master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite and a staircase leading to a second floor bedroom with bathroom. The bathrooms have all been tastefully updated and a lovely feature is a 'slipper bath' which has been position to enjoy views of the spectacular countryside. The front of the house is approached via a long driveway leading to the front of the house and a parking area. The stunning, contemporary front gardens have recently been landscaped taking inspiration from a well-known garden designer who was involved with the National Botanical Gardens of Wales and incorporate an impressive water feature. The mature rear garden is equally impressive with stone terraces affording breath taking views. At right angles to the house is the stone barn.

Part way along the driveway (before reaching the main house) is a large agricultural building with 5 Monarch indoor stables, general pens, space for hay and feed. There is also an open fronted barn for parking of horse lorries and other agricultural vehicles. Behind the house is another substantial parking area (not overlooked by the house), further 8 loose boxes and a round lunging pen. The property is offered just under 60 acres the majority being pasture, divided into separate fields all having a water supply (self filling troughs fed from a bore hole.) The land includes circa 5 acres of ancient woodland which blossom with bluebells and wild flowers.

Entrance Porch
Part glazed hardwood entrance door. Triple aspect windows. Ceramic tiled floor. Glazed panelled door to:-

Entrance Hall
An impressive entrance hall with ceramic tiled floor. Hardwood turned staircase to first floor with cupboard under. Stone step up to Dining Room. Two windows to front. Dado and picture rail. Three radiators.

Drawing Room
19' 2'' x 18' 2'' (5.84m x 5.54m)
French doors opening onto side terrace with specular views. Two windows to rear, again with views. Magnificent fireplace with inset cast iron LPG gas 'wood burning stove' on a flag stone hearth. Spotlighting. Dado and picture rails. Three radiators.

Dining Room
14' 1'' x 13' 3'' (4.29m x 4.04m)
Double aspect windows with views. Two radiators. Exposed timbers. Large iInglenook stone fireplace with inset bread oven and flagstone hearth.

Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
20' 4'' x 14' 3'' (6.2m x 4.34m)
A light and spacious room with spectacular views. Bespoke painted fitted hand made kitchen with a range of base and wall cupboards with a combination of oak and tiled work surface over. Inset stainless steel sink drainer. Integral appliances include : dishwasher, microwave/combination oven and stainless steel range with LPG hob and electric grill. Tiled splash backs. Island unit with space for fridge and freezer under. Limestone floor. Cast iron radiator. Door to rear gardens and access to loose boxes and rear parking area. Dining area with corner cast iron log burning stove with tiled hearth and steel flue.

Utility/Boot Room
10' 3'' x 7' 1'' (3.12m x 2.16m)
Wooden stable door to rear. Ceramic tiled floor. Radiator. Built in cupboard. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Floor mounted boiler and water cylinder.

Cloakroom
Ceramic tiled floor. Opaque window to rear. Low level W.C. Butler style ceramic sink. Radiator.

First Floor Landing
Staircase with turned balustrade, newal posts and handrail to first floor. Two windows to front. Two radiators. Steps up to inner landing. Staircase to second floor. Vaulted ceiling with skylight. Dado rail.

Master Bedroom
18' 1'' x 13' 7'' (5.51m x 4.14m)
Window to side with views. Radiator. Spotlighting. Door to :

Dressing Room
Window to rear with views. Radiator. Built in wooden wardrobes. Spotlighting. Opening to :

En-Suite Bathroom
Window to rear. Radiator. Low Level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin. Spotlighting. Roll edged 'slipper' bath with claw feet positioned to enjoy the views whilst bathing! Fully tiled surround.

Bedroom Five/Study
13' 11'' x 7' 2'' (4.24m x 2.18m)
Window to rear. Radiator.

Inner Landing
Two windows to front with views. Radiator. Exposed timbers. Dado rail. Built in cupboard.

Bedroom Two
12' 6'' x 9' 3'' (3.81m x 2.82m)
Window to front. Radiator. Built in oak wardrobes. Door to :

En-Suite Bathroom to Bedroom Two
Wooden floor with spotlight inset. Window to rear. Low level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Dado rail. Roll edged bath with hand held shower. Extractor fan. Tiled splash backs.

Bedroom Three
13' 7'' x 10' 10'' (4.14m x 3.3m)
Window to rear. Radiator. Spotlighting. Access to loft. Built in storage cupboard. Exposed timbers. Door to en-suite :

En-Suite Shower Room
Limestone floor. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level W.C. Chrome towel radiator. Spotlighting. Walk in shower cubicle with fully tiled surround. High level internal window. Extractor fan.

Second Floor Landing
Staircase with turned balustrade from first floor landing to second floor. Vaulted ceiling with skylight. Built in storage cupboard. Spotlighting.

Loft Bedroom
18' 1'' x 11' 4'' (5.51m x 3.45m)
Triple aspect room with breath-taking views. Under eaves storage and access to loft storage.

Bathroom
Wooden floor. Skylight to rear elevation. Radiator. Low level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back. Panel bath with hand held shower head. Built in storage cupboard. Access to loft. Spotlighting.

Outside

Stone Barn
37' 8'' x 18' 5'' (11.48m x 5.61m)
Planning consent has been granted by Brecon Beacons National Park under reference number M20734 to link the barn to the main farm house and convert the barn to two holiday cottages. Whilst the present owners have not completed the conversion, they have fully restored the barn and prepared the barn for the completion of internal works. At present the barn is used for storage. Large double wooden to front and rear. Two windows to front and side. Three arrow slit windows to rear. Power and light.

Workshop (part of stone barn)
20' 5'' x 9' 4'' (6.22m x 2.84m)
Forming part of the stone barn with planning consent. Double doors to side. Power and lighting.

Stable Block to Rear of House
32' 11'' x 59' 9'' (10.03m x 18.21m)
Part stone faced barn with eight 12' x 12' stables plus feed room with iron bar gate to side. Power, lighting and water supply.

Lunging Ring
47' 9'' (14.55m) Diameter
Rubber and sand floor, round lunging ring with reinforced plastic panelled sides.

General Purpose Agricultural Building
99' 4'' x 38' 2'' (30.28m x 11.63m)
An agricultural building with multipurpose pens, hot water supply via an immersion heater, power and lighting. Large double doors to front leading to paddock. Sliding door to side. Water supply and self-filling water drinkers throughout.

General Purpose Agricultural Building
45' 0''x 30' 0'' (13.72m x 9.14m)
Open fronted and currently used as garaging and hay store. Suitable for garaging tractors, horse lorries and other agricultural vehicles.

Gardens
The front of the house is approached via a long driveway passing the large stable block and open bay garage to the side and continuing to a parking area to the side of the house with hard standing for several vehicles. The front of the house is entered via a wooden 5 bar gate leading to a beautiful contemporary garden with much colour and a striking stainless steel water feature. The professionally designed gardens have been completed within the last year and incorporate a stone terrace. The rear garden is equally impressive with lawns, mature shrubs and trees and planted beds with stone retaining walls. A vegetable/kitchen garden lies to the rear of the barn.

Land
The farmhouse is surrounded by its own land amounting to just under 60 acres, the majority of which is divided into paddocks with stock proof fencing and self filling water troughs in each field (bore hole fed). The land is in good heart and all fields are well sheltered with mature hedges and trees. The land includes circa 5 acres of spectacular ancient woodland which blossom with bluebells and wild flowers. NB There is a right of access across the driveway in favour of a neighbouring property.

Location
The property is located approximately 2 miles from the historic market town of Abergavenny, 1 mile from the A465 and 3 miles from the Hardwick roundabout which gives access to the A40, A449 which in turn link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway network. Both the County town of Monmouth and the Cathedral City of Hereford are approximately 20 miles. Main line railway stations can be found in both Abergavenny and Hereford. The house is within a few miles of a Waitrose supermarket and a wide range of amenities can be found in Abergavenny including a theatre and cinema. Triley Fields Equestrian Centre offers indoor equestrian facilities and other equestrian facilities, the centre can be accessed on horseback via a bridleway leading to the lane on which the farm is situated or alternatively, approximately 5 minutes' drive away. The farm is situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park and there are a number of outdoor activities offered locally.



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