Libanus, Brecon, LD3
- Guide Price £450,000
- Large sitting room
- Inglenook fireplace with original bread ovens
- Generous gardens and patio areas
- Second reception room with fireplace
- Principal double bedroom with en-suite
- Two (potential for three) further double bedrooms
- Family bathroom upstairs and downstairs wet room/wc
- Oil-fired central heating
A substantial 3 bedroom farmhouse with attached 1 bedroom cottage set in a delightful, tranquil location in the heart of the Brecon Beacons.
This is an exciting opportunity to create a fantastic home in the heart of one of the most beautiful areas of the country. The property sits in delightful, tranquil surroundings with an adjoining brook complete with waterfalls. The barn attached to the farmhouse has been sympathetically converted to provide a self-contained, one bedroom cottage.
The farmhouse itself has a large reception room, original parlour (ideal for use as a dining room, home office or snug), kitchen and utility area. On the first floor are three large bedrooms - one with shower ensuite. One of the bedrooms was originally two and could easily be converted back to create a fourth double room.
In the main reception room on the ground floor, there is a large inglenook fireplace housing a substantial woodburner and the two original bread ovens. The original dairy - complete with original slate salting slabs - could provide extra storage, a huge pantry/larder or could be adapted for use as a further reception room. The kitchen sits at the rear of the property and overlooks the garden and patio area. It has a fireplace suitable for installation of an aga-style range cooker (complete with flue). The utility/storage area with adjacent wet room/wc houses the boiler and has access to the garden.
The flag-stoned stairs lead from the main reception room to the landing area. From here you find the principal bedroom complete with lots of storage and a shower ensuite with further storage. Aside from the further two (potentially three) bedrooms, there is a substantial family bathroom with built-in cupboards.
The cottage attached to the farmhouse is known as ‘Swn Y Nant’ - or ‘sound of the brook’. It has a modern kitchen and an open plan lounge/diner, utility area and downstairs wc. The first floor has a large double bedroom with en-suite. A door from the kitchen leads to a terraced area and there is also a private entrance at the rear of the property. This makes it ideal accommodation for visiting guests but also means it has potential for use as an income generating holiday let, subject to the necessary permissions.
This is a wonderful property, set in the most stunning of locations. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the property’s full potential.
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Libanus, Brecon, LD3
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Llangammarch Station13.5 miles
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