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Nant-Y-Meichiaid, SY22 5NA


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Key features

  • Many Original Features
  • Outstanding Views in Quiet Secluded Setting
  • Black & White Coach House for Renovation
  • Gardens with Patio and Orchard
  • Ground Floor Shower Room & Cloakroom
  • 4 Bedrooms


An excellent example of a fine Tudor/Elizabethan Grade II Listed family home, quaint, romantic and full of historical character. This property is secluded but not isolated and benefits from a lovely open aspect across farmland and The Brogan Valley. The property is situated in a particularly beautiful part of the Welsh Borders, located only a few miles from Llanfyllin Town.

Location - The picturesque rural hamlet of Cwm Nant-Y-Meichiaid is situated 3 miles from the popular town of Llanfyllin.
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The popular town of Llanfyllin provides its locals with their every day requirements including the facilities of the Post Office, Chemist, Bakery, Garage, Convenience Stores, Butchers, Hotel, Public House and Church etc. The town also has the benefit of primary, secondary and sixth form education and a newly built state of the art Doctor and Dentist surgery.

The Directions - From Welshpool Office proceed up the High Street and on reaching the roundabout continue straight over on to the A490 sign posted Llanfyllin. Continue along this road and on reaching the T junction turn right. Take the next left sign posted Llanfyllin A490. Go through the village of Bwlch y Cibau and continue past the turning with the B4393. Proceed 300 yards then turn left signposted Cwm Nant-Y-Meichiaid. Proceed on this lane for approximately 3 miles, at the T junction turn left, the property will be viewed to your left hand side.

. - The accommodation in more detail comprises:-

Covered Entrance Hall - With slate flag floor and door leading into:-

Reception Hall - With exposed timbers to the ceiling, radiator and door leading through to:-

Kitchen Breakfast Room - 3.61m x 4.27m - Refitted with a range of wall and base units with laminate roll top work surfaces. Inset dual bowl sink drainer unit with mixer tap, tiled splash backs. Space for electric cooker, extractor canopy. Feature Rayburn with two hot plates and two ovens situated within the chimney breast recess with original beam over. Integrated dishwasher. Exposed beams to the ceiling. Central heating radiator. Dual aspect room with windows to the side and front elevations overlooking the countryside, gardens and grounds

Pantry - With tiled floor, light point, shelving and window to the rear utility. Space for fridge, slate cold slab, beams to ceiling, Porch

Lobby - With window to the rear elevation, feature recess with brick detailing, beam to ceiling

Cloaks Cupboard - Providing cloaks hanging area.

Utility Room / Side Entrance Hall - 2.88m x 2.44m - With sink unit, space for white goods with plumbing in situ, slate flag floor, dual aspect room with windows to the rear and side elevations, stable door leading out to the garden and grounds. Tongue and groove to ceiling

Store Room / Boot Room - 6.54m x 2.08m - Currently used as a store room but could provide an ideal fifth bedroom, playroom etc. Oil fired boiler, exposed beams

Living Room - 5.62m x 5.39m - With double glazed window to the front elevation overlooking the gardens and grounds and with open countryside views in the distance, feature inglenook fireplace housing a log burning stove set within stone chimney breast with oak beam over, exposed timbers to the ceiling and to one wall, 4 wall light points, central heating radiator.

Inner Hallway - 1.88m x 3.75m MAX - With original staircase leading to the First Floor Landing. Tiled floor, beams to ceiling and walls

Music Room - 3.63m x 3.67m - With window to the side elevation, tiled floor, wealth of exposed timbers to the ceiling and walls, part random stone wall with display niche. Central heating radiator

Office - 3.41m x 3.17m - With window to the rear elevation, exposed timbers, central heating radiator

Ground Floor Shower Room - Comprising a three piece suite in white providing a low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double shower unit housing an electric shower, tiled floor, tiled walls, window to the side elevation, radiator. Exposed beams to the ceiling

Cloakroom - Comprising a two piece suite in white providing a low flush WC, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard, tiled floor, light point. Frosted window to the side elevation

Drawing Room - 5.72m x 4.71m - A most attractive light and bright room full of character and charm, dual aspect with French doors leading out to the front elevation, window to the side elevation, radiator, feature oil fired stove set within inglenook with random stone surround on a slate hearth, wealth of exposed timber and timber panelling to 3 walls.

.. - Via staircase from Inner Hallway to the First Floor Landing areas.

First Floor Landing - Z shaped with four recessed cupboards, airing cupboard housing hotwater tank, original timber floor, exposed timbers to the ceiling, staircase leading to the attic room.

Bedroom One - 4.84m x 5.82m - A dual aspect room with windows to the front and side elevations with superb open countryside views, range of fitted bedroom furniture, radiator, exposed timbers. Central heating radiator

Bedroom Two - 4.05m x 5.56m - With window to the front elevation with superb open countryside views, exposed timbers to the ceiling, radiator, tongue and grooved ceiling, original door through to:-

Dressing Room / Store Room - 2.79m x 1.84m - With window to the front elevation with superb open countryside views. Tongue and grooved ceiling

Bedroom Three - 5.68m x 3.45m - With window to the front elevation with superb open countryside views, central heating radiator.

Bedroom Four - 4.42m x 3.35m - With window to the rear elevation, exposed wall timbers, central heating radiator.

Family Bathroom - 3.71m x 3.58m - Refitted with a three piece suite providing a panelled bath with shower over and screen, wash hand basin set on vanity unit, low level WC, tiled splash backs. Window to the side elevation, radiator, heated chrome towel rail, recessed spot lights, exposed wall timbers.

Gardens & Grounds - From the lane level a gravelled drive leads to the side of the property, to the parking forecourt, turning area and outbuildings.

Formal Gardens - The property benefits from formal mature gardens laid to the front of the property with large raised slate flag patio which benefits from superb open countryside views. Courtesy lights, entrance canopy. Further lawns, gated to a babbling brook that runs along side the boundary

The Coach House - A two storey black and white timber frame outbuilding with pitched tiled roof in need of renovation. The building has a variety of other potential uses subject to the relevant planning permission

Services - Oil fired central heating
Part double glazing and single glazing
Private water supply via a bore hole
Private drainage via a septic tank

Viewings - Strictly by appointment only with the selling agents Halls, 14 Broad Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7SD.
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Local Authority/Tax Band - Powys County Council, Ty Maldwyn, Brook Street, Welshpool, SY21 7PH. Telephone:
The property is in band 'H'

Money Laundering - We will require evidence of your ability to proceed with the purchase, if the sale is agreed to you. The successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 which came into force 26th June 2017)). Appropriate examples: Passport and/or photographic driving licence and a recent utility bill.

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Band: H

Nant-Y-Meichiaid, SY22 5NA


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Halls Estate Agents, Welshpool

14 Broad Street Welshpool SY21 7SD

Halls Estate Agents, Welshpool

Halls are one of the oldest and most respected independent firms of Estate Agents, Chartered Surveyors, Auctioneers and Valuers with offices covering Shropshire, Worcestershire, Mid-Wales, the West Midlands and neighbouring counties, and are ISO 9000 fully accredited.

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