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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Cefn Y Coed, Llandyssil, Montgomery, Powys

Under Offer £500,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Dining room | Sitting room | Conservatory | Kitchen/breakfast room | Scullery | Cloakroom/utility | Cellar | 4 Bedrooms | 2 Large landing/sitting areas | 2 Bathrooms | WC
Outbuildings suitable for conversion | Chalet style summer house | Gardens | Garage | Fields

With origins dating back to the 18th Century, Whitehall Farm is a Grade II listed stone and rendered longhouse of immense character. On entering the farmhouse one almost steps back in time with the abundance of original features retained throughout the property, such as original oak floors, doors, exposed wall and ceiling timbers, oak staircases and period fireplaces. Owned by the vendor for over thirty years, the property is situated in an idyllic rural location, with breathtaking views. It currently offers accommodation arranged over three floors together with a range of barns and outbuildings offering great scope for improvement and development subject to planning permission. The central entrance hallway leads to the kitchen with an AGA, flagstone flooring, old stone sink and a view of the front garden. A rear staircase leads from this room and there is an adjacent scullery/ larder with the original stone salting slabs, a stone sink, flagstone flooring and a window with a view. The conservatory, with a traditional tiled floor leads from the kitchen. Also leading from the central entrance hallway is a terracota floored dining room which features a large inglenook fireplace, with seats to either side, suitable for an open fire. A door leads to an unconverted cellar. The sitting room leading from the dining room, has original oak flooring, a woodburner fitted in a tiled fireplace and dual aspect windows which overlook the front and rear gardens with delightful countryside views beyond. The useful downstairs cloakroom, leading to the rear garden, has plumbing for a washing machine. An oak staircase rises from the dining room to the first floor into a large landing/sitting area with walk-in wardrobe/cupboard. Two bedrooms lead off, both with original wooden floors, exposed wall timbers and original fireplaces. Through bedroom two is access to a second staircase rising to a further bedroom with wooden flooring and access to an unconverted loft area. A few steps lead down to a bathroom with dual aspect windows and good views. The main staircase rises to the second floor suite of rooms including a bright dual aspect bedroom with delightful views, woodburner and exposed wall timbers. A central landing/sitting room continues the oak flooring and features a wall of storage cupboards (one revealing a sink – once used as part of a kitchenette). A separate bathroom leads from the central room.
The Dairy (part converted Barn)
Located across the yard from the main house is a partially converted barn. Only the central section has been converted with both end sections offering potential for further development. The accommodation comprises a back scullery/utility room with brick floor, a sink, space for washing machine and fridge/freezer. A door leads to a glazed porch overlooking a large verandah area. There is an oak floored open plan area comprising a dining/sitting room, an unfitted kitchen and logburner. A bedroom and shower room/WC leads from the small entrance hallway. At present, accessed via a fixed ladder, are two storage rooms which could be converted to create additional accommodation along with the original dairy located below, subject to consents. Outbuildings
The property is approached from a drive which leads to a private yard with ample parking and turning space. The outbuildings consist of a garage, a woodshed, a single storey outbuilding (former chicken sheds), a large open fronted Dutch barn linked to an additional barn, the original granary with loft area, and the derelict remains of the stone stable block. The barns have considerable potential for future development subject to consents.
The property is set in well planted beautiful gardens. To the front of the farmhouse is a lawn surrounded by a well stocked herbaceous border interspersed with mature trees and climbing roses. A weeping willow hangs over a mature pond. At the rear of the farmhouse a child’s tree swing is perfectly positioned for appreciating the beautiful, far-reaching views and countryside into which the garden blends seamlessly. At the back of the barns another garden consisting of lawn and flowers, affording fantastic views of the countryside. A pretty chalet style summerhouse offers a retreat for visiting guests.
Land The property is set in a total of 6.65 acres (2.6 ha) of land with the garden and grounds comprising 1.69 acres (0.68 ha). There are three fields with separate gated access totalling 4.96 acres (2.01 ha), see plan.

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