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Bwlch, Brecon, Powys.

£575,000
Added on 07/04/2021
Clee Tompkinson & Francis, Brecon
PROPERTY TYPE
Bungalow
BEDROOMS
x3
BATHROOMS
x1

Key features

  • Superb 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow with Land
  • Fantastic Rural Views over the Usk Valley
  • Generous Accommodation with Planning Permission for 2 Bed Loft Conversion
  • Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Family Bathroom, En-suite & Utility Room
  • Gardens and Land of Approximately 6 Acres
  • Large Integral Garage & Separate Hobby Room/Workshop
  • Viewing Highly Recommended

Property description

Brynsiriol is a real gem of a property offering fantastic, uninterrupted views over the Usk valley and providing a wealth of scope for a variety of different living options. Built in the late 1990s, the property currently offers very generous three bedroom accommodation on one level with planning permission and scope to add a further two en-suite bedrooms plus sitting room with verandah in the loft area which has already been started. The property offers great living space including entrance hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room with cloak room, family bathroom and en-suite together with a generous integral garage. The property is fully double glazed and is oil centrally heated.

Outside, the property sits in gardens of approximately 0.5 acre and comprise good sized paved and gated driveway area, extensive lawned gardens with mature trees and planting together with paved and decked areas all benefiting from fantastic elevated views down and across the beautiful Usk Valley. Under the raised decked area there is a good sized hobby room/workshop offering potential for a variety of different uses including a cellar located under the bungalow. There is further land amounting to approximately 5.5 acres which is agricultural grazing pasture sloping southwards from the bungalow and gardens. The land has roadside access from both Tregraig road at the top and Tymawr road at the bottom.

This smallholding property offers an abundance of scope and potential for a variety of different living arrangements and is set in a popular rural location with good access to the A40 and the towns of Crickhowell, Brecon, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye.

The Accommodation Comprises:

Entrance Hall (4.95m x 1.96m or 16' 03' x 6' 05')

plus 13' x 2' 10'.
with wood laminate floor, built-in airing cupboard, storage cupboard with shelving and 2 x radiators.

Lounge (5.59m x 4.95m or 18' 04' x 16' 03')

with wood laminate floor, stone fireplace with multi fuel stove, 2 x radiators, windows and patio doors (south).

Dining Room (6.32m x 3.38m or 20' 09' x 11' 01')

with wood laminate floor, 2 x radiators and patio doors (south).

Kitchen (3.43m x 3.05m or 11' 03' x 10' 0' )

with tiled floor, range of base and wall cupboard units, integrated eye level double oven, hob & extractor hood, stainless steel sink, space for fridge freezer, radiator, window (south) and window (east).

Bedroom 1 (4.22m x 4.06m or 13' 10' x 13' 04' )

with fitted carpet, radiator and window (south).

Dressing Room (2.29m x 1.40m or 7' 06' x 4' 07' )

with fitted carpet, built-in wardrobes and window (south).

En-Suite Shower Room (2.24m x 1.60m or 7' 04' x 5' 03')

with tiled floor, tiled walls, glazed shower cubicle with mixer shower, w.c., wash hand basin, towel radiator and window (south west).

Bedroom 2 (3.96m x 3.23m or 13' 0' x 10' 07' )

with fitted carpet, 2 x built-in wardrobes, radiator, window (west) and window (north).

Bedroom 3 (3.96m x 2.87m or 13' 0' x 9' 05' )

with fitted carpet, built-in wardrobe, window (north) and window (east).

Family Bathroom (2.31m x 1.96m or 7' 07' x 6' 05' )

with vinyl floor, part tiled walls, bath with telephone taps, w.c., wash hand basin, radiator and window (south west).

Utility (3.00m x 2.13m or 9' 10' x 7' 0' )

with tiled floor, base and wall cupboards, plumbing for dishwasher, radiator, window and door (east).

Cloakroom (1.93m x 0.97m or 6' 04' x 3' 02' )

with tiled floor, part tiled walls, w.c., wash hand basin and window (east).

Integral Garage (6.40m x 4.45m or 21' 0' x 14' 07')

accessed from the utility room with power and light connected, electric roller door, hatch with ladder access to loft area, Worcester oil fired boiler, plumbing for appliances, windows (north and west).

Gardens

The property sits in well maintained gardens of approximately 0.5 acre and comprise a generous paved and gated driveway area, extensive lawned gardens with mature trees and planting together with paved and decked areas all benefiting from fantastic elevated views down and across the beautiful Usk Valley. There is an ornamental pond and an abundance of lovely seating areas to enjoy the panoramic views.
Located under the paved and decked area there are useful tool and log stores. There is a further garden store together with a greenhouse in the gardens.

Workshop/Hobby Room (7.32m x 3.28m or 24' 0' x 10' 09')

located under the decked area to the front of the property with independent access from the garden, power & light connected and 2 x windows (south).

Land

Situated to the front of the property, sloping away in a southerly direction is approximately 5.5 acres of agricultural pasture land. The land has access from both Tregraig road at the top and Tymawr road at the bottom.

Planning Permission

The property has the benefit of planning permission for the conversion of the loft area to provide two extra en-suite bedrooms together with a first floor living area and verandah taking advantage of the fabulous views. The work has already been started but not completed. Plans available on request.

Services

Mains electricity and water connected. Private septic tank drainage. Central heating provided by an oil fired boiler serving radiators.

Council Tax

Band G (2,835.22 - 2021/22)

Tenure

Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Viewing

Strictly by appointment please through the selling agents Messrs Clee Tompkinson & Francis through whom all negotiations should be conducted. Please contact our Brecon Office .

Brochures

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Bwlch, Brecon, Powys.

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Clee Tompkinson & Francis, Brecon

13 Lion Street, Brecon, LD3 7HY

Clee Tompkinson & Francis, Brecon

Clees is one of the largest independent firms of Estate Agents & Chartered Surveyors in South Wales . Established in 1972 our 13 offices offer comprehensive property advice across South Wales & The borders including sales, lettings,property auctions, management & surveys. If you are looking to buy or sell a property in Wales, we would be pleased to advise you upon any part of the process for residential, rural or commercial property. See www.ctf-uk.com for more information.

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