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3 bed flat

Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys

A beautiful upland farm extending to 124 acres or thereabouts of lush pastureland and woodland. A spacious three bedroom residence dating back to the 17th Century, plus adjoining 2 bedroom holiday cottage. Workshop Studio and potential holiday let, an extensive range of farm buildings plus a former farmstead ruin known as The Pentre.

3 bed detached house

123.79 acres, Pen Y Caeau Farm, Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys. NP8 1RT, Mid Wales

listed on 2019-09-11  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

Description: Pen Y Caeau Farm represents a beautiful 124 acre, or thereabouts, upland farm that is nestled in the heart of the impressive Brecon Beacons and enjoys some of the most panoramic and stunning views that would rival any in the country. The property comprises an impressive and spacious three bedroom farmhouse with an adjoining two bedroom holiday cottage which could easily be incorporated as part of the main dwelling. The farmstead is situated in an elevated scenic position and has undergone extensive renovation works in recent years. The property also has the benefit of an additional detached workshop/studio that could be easily be utilised as a further holiday cottage. The land has the benefit of extensive hill grazing rights on the adjoining common which offers the potential for excellent outriding. Pen Y Caeau also has a very good range of traditional and modern portal frame outbuildings that are ideal for any farming or equestrian enterprise. The farmhouse represents a spacious residence that has undergone significant restoration in recent years and has been completed to an exceptionally high standard. A particular feature of the property is the existing ruin known as The Pentre. Originally this was a separate farmstead that consisted of a dwelling with traditional adjoining barn plus a series of other nearby stone buildings. The shell and gables of the property are largely intact and it is our consideration that this property offers further development potential subject to Planning Permission. The property has the benefit of a separate access which is gained only a few hundred yards off the main A479. Situation: Pen Y Caeau Farm is approached via a council-maintained tarmacadam road and is the last property to be found up this valley. Cwmdu is a popular village located between the historic market towns of Crickhowell and Talgarth set in beautiful scenery in the foothills of The Black Mountains which lie along its eastern flank. The village has good amenities in the form of public house, cafe, local garage and a community village hall whilst the historic town of Crickhowell, approximately 5 miles away, offers a good choice of local shops with Abergavenny a short distance further having a variety of shops, restaurants, entertainment, Nevill Hall hospital and a railway station. Cwmdu affords good access to the local road networks connecting with the M4 near Newport and a series of good trunk roads giving access into South Wales, the Midlands and southern England. Accommodation: Pen Y Caeau Farmhouse is in a superbly situated position, overlooking the surrounding valley. The residence is of traditional stone construction dating back to the 17th Century and many of the original features of the property can be seen today. Particular features of the property are the exposed oak beams and original oak panelling which is a theme that is continued throughout the property. The central hallway provides access to the stone staircase leading to the first floor as well as into the kitchen and main lounge that has the original “Inglenook” fireplace. The property is particularly spacious throughout and provides for a wonderful family home. Briefly the accommodation comprises the following: Hallway (1.8m x 3.55m) Tiled Flooring Kitchen (4.45m x 4.51m) bespoke oak wall and floor units, built in fridge and dishwasher with “Clearview” stove, granite worktops and tiled floor Downstairs shower room (2.48m x 1.79)m with w.c. shower handbasin with tiled floor Dairy (4.04m x 2.14m) Utility (2.53m x 1.53m) with bespoke maple units with worktops, butler sink, built in cupboard, removable trolley work surface, Oil boiler and water filtration system Lounge (5.53m x 3.90m) with original oak panelling dated 1642, oak flooring, “Inglenook” fireplace with exposed stonework, stone floor and “Clearview” stove. Dining Room (2.58m x 5.44m) with oak floor, exposed oak beams and open fireplace Stone circular staircase leading to: Landing (7.29m x 6.81m) with oak flooring Master Bedroom (3.33m x 4.62m) with fitted wardrobe and Ensuite (1.68m x 3.10m) with handbasin, shower, w.c. and airing cupboard with immersion tank Bedroom Two (2.55m x 5.73m) Bedroom Three 4.18m x 3.96m with built-in cupboard Bathroom (3.13m x 3.03m) with handbasin, free standing bath and w.c. Holiday Cottage: Adjoining the main farmhouse is a two bedroom holiday cottage. Whilst this is a separate unit and has it own external access this property could easily be incorporated back into the main residence as there is an internal doorway allowing this. The cottage makes terrific use of the surrounding views with a double door from the living room opening on to a patio area that looks towards the Mynydd Troed. The property has been renovated to an exceptionally high standard and provides a valuable income source. Briefly the accommodation comprises the following: Kitchen/Diner (5.30m x 2.39m) with bespoke oak wall and floor units and space for white goods, granite worktop Living Room (4.47m x 5.34m) with “Clearview” stove Oak stairs leading to first floor Bedroom One (3.17m x 4.44m) with built in cupboard Bedroom Two (2.91m x 2.86m) with airing cupboard Shower Room (1.90m x 2.41m max) tiled with shower, handbasin and w.c. Boarded Attic Space (6.56m x 3.44m) Workshop Studio/Potential Holiday Cottage: This is a separate stone building on the yard that has been used as part of the current owner’s wool spinning business and provides ideal accommodation to work from home or could easily be converted into another holiday cottage. Briefly the accommodation comprises the following: Living area (6.22m x 3.90m) with tiled floor Staircase leading to first floor (4.22m (max) x 6.32m) to include Kitchenette and cloakroom with handbasin and w.c. The Pentre - Former Farmstead: The Pentre Ruin represents a former farmstead that can be found on the eastern edge of the holding. This property has the benefit of its own private access if required, off a single track council maintained road that gains immediate access off the main A479. The main walls, gables and window openings are clearly visible, and it is considered that this property may offer some future development value subject to planning consents. Outbuildings: Pen Y Caeau Farm has an excellent range of modern portal frame and traditional timber frame buildings. These have been mainly utilised for the farming enterprise but could easily be converted for other potential uses such as that of equestrian. The buildings have been well maintained and all have the benefit of an electricity and water supply. Briefly the farm buildings comprise the following: Modern Portal Frame (17.93m x 11.48m) with concrete floor including manger and water trough, breeze block and Yorkshire boarded sides Dutch Barn (5.83m x 19.32m) Soil floor Steel Frame Shed (10.12m x 6.42m) Stone Bull Pen (5.07m x 5.798m) Modern Portal Farm Barn (24.3m x 17.72m) with breeze block and Yorkshire boarded sides, water trough and concrete floors Adjacent Steel Frame Barn (6.09m x 23.46m) including timber 5 tonne feed bin. Concrete floor throughout The Land: The land at Pen Y Caeau Farm extends to a considerable 123.79 acres which surrounds the main farmstead largely in one ring fence except for a separate off lying block of 10.77 acres that is situated only a short distance down the lane as shown on the attached plan. The land is split into 25 enclosures of mainly lush pasture land, however there are a couple of parcels of woodland that provides for an increasingly valuable commodity and important area of shelter for livestock. On its most easterly aspect the land borders a strong and reliable stream that is surrounded by a pretty woodland glade. The land is with its gently sloping pastures is capable of producing good fodder crops and even an arable crop if so required. Whilst there are a couple of steeper enclosures on the farm these are all easily accessible. The land has been well maintained and farmed to a high standard and appears to be in good heart and the majority of enclosures have individual access to water from the stream or piped to troughs. The land also has significant hill grazing rights for 530 Sheep (BCL 22 Entry No. 59). Land Schedule: OS Number Field No Size (Ac) SO1626 9945 2.36 SO1726 1942 7.44 SO1726 0932 6.96 SO1726 3855 5.83 SO1726 4449 3.65 SO1726 3136 3.69 SO1726 4032 4.89 SO1726 4420 0.41 SO1726 4826 3.21 SO1726 5342 3.83 SO1726 5620 4.56 SO1726 6731 8.23 SO1726 6908 7.22 SO1726 6817 1.37 SO1726 8720 3.38 SO1726 8417 5.72 SO1726 8101 1.26 SO1826 1021 11.29 SO1826 0612 3.49 SO1826 0301 4.50 SO1725 9989 4.56 SO1725 7796 0.51 SO1726 9001 6.64 Farmstead 0.86 SO1725 6894 1.95 SO1725 8585 5.21 SO1825 0327 10.77 TOTAL 123.79 Please note that all land schedules have been derived from the Welsh Assembly’s Basic Payment Maps. The land plan included within this brochure is purely for identification purposes only and is not to scale. Title Deed plans will be available from the vendors’ solicitors. Topography: The land lies between 200 and 300 metres above sea level. Services: The property has the benefit of a strong natural spring supply which is filtered through a UV and sediment system and is tested on a regular basis. The ground water pipes have all been recently renewed. The property has the benefit of private septic tank drainage, mains electricity and telephone connection. The property has a high speed broadband system provided by Riverside Internet which is a microwave “line of sight” system. The heating and hot water are provided via an oil-fired Worcester Bosch boiler. Basic Farm Payment: All of the farm is registered with Rural Payments Wales and the Basic Payment Entitlements may be available through separate negotiation. We are informed there are no other agricultural or environmental schemes affecting the property. Timber, Woodland, Sporting and Mineral Rights: As far as we are aware these are included within the sale but are to be confirmed. Council Tax: Powys County Council Band “F”. Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Wayleaves Easement and Rights of Way: The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements, quasi easements, wayleaves and rights of way both declared and undeclared. Town and County Planning: The property is offered subject to any development plans, tree preservation orders, ancient orders, public rights-of-way, town planning schedules or resolutions which may be or may come into force. The purchasers will be deemed to have full knowledge of these and have satisfied themselves as to the effects such matters have on the property. Plans, Areas and Schedules: These are based on Ordnance Survey and are for reference only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof. Boundaries Roads and Fences: The purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the boundaries and neither the Vendor not the Vendors Agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries of ownership thereof. Directions: Directions to Pen Y Caeau Farm will be provided when a viewing is arranged. Viewing and Contact Details: All viewings strictly by appointment and must be arranged through the sole selling agents Sunderlands. Contact Tel: 01497 822 522 Office opening hours: Mon-Fri: 9.00-5.00pm Saturday: 9.00-1.00pm Out of hours: Matthew Nicholls: 07811 521 267 Harry Aldrich-Blake: 07717 410 757 Health & Safety Notice: Please be aware that this is a fully working and active farm. We advise all viewers to take extra care when making an inspection of the farm. Viewing is undertaken solely at your own risk and neither the agents or the owners of the farm take any responsibility for any injury however caused. Money Laundering: As a result of anti-money laundering legislation all persons offering for the property should include a copy of the following documentation: 1. Photo ID for example Passport or Driving Licence. 2. Residential ID for example current Utility Bill. Misrepresentations Act: (a) The property is sold with all faults and defects (if any), whether in good condition or otherwise and neither the Vendors nor Sunderlands, the Agents for the Vendors, shall be in any way responsible for such faults and defects, or for any statements contained in the particulars of the property prepared by the said Agents. (b) The purchaser shall be deemed to acknowledge that he has not entered into this contract in reliance on any of the said statements that he has satisfied himself, as to the contents of each of the said statements by inspection or otherwise, and that no warranty or representation has been made by the Vendors or the said Agents in relation to, or in connection with the property. (c) Any error, omission or misstatement in any of the said statements shall not entitle the purchaser to rescind or to be discharged from this contract, nor give either party any cause for action. (d) All measurements and distances are approximate. The electrical, drainage, water and heating installations have not been tested by the Agents. (The normal enquiry is carried out by the purchaser’s Solicitors and the type of inspection undertaken by a purchaser’s surveyor have not been carried out by the selling agents for the purchase or preparation of these particulars). Interested perspective purchasers are recommended to obtain an independent survey report on this property. Inconsistency: In the event that there are any variance between these particulars and the contract of sale, then the latter shall apply. Important Notice: These particulars are set out as a guide only. They are intended to give a fair description of the property but may not be relied upon as a statement or a representation of facts. These particulars are produced in good faith and are inevitably subjective and do not form part of any contract. No persons in the employment of Sunderlands has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. HEAD OFFICE: Offa House, St Peters Square, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2PQ

4 bed detached house

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Llanbedr, Crickhowell

listed on 2019-06-07  Fine and Country   

Offers in excess of £1,000,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Llanbedr, Crickhowell 2 4 3 A rare opportunity to purchase ‘a piece of paradise’ located in the Grwyne Fechan Valley within the Brecon Beacons National Park. An attractive stone farmhouse, with several outbuildings, offers much potential and is enhanced by undulating land bordered by a stream, a separate area of woodland with a static caravan and woodshed. All in circa 45 acres with breath taking views and only 4.5 miles from the picturesque and popular town of Crickhowell. MAIN HOUSE AND OUTBUILDINGS. CARAVAN WITH RESIDENTIAL STATUS SET IN SECLUDED WOODLAND. PASTURE PADDOCKS. DIRECT ACCESS ONTO MOUNTAIN FOR WALKING AND RIDING. MUCH POTENTIAL, SUBJECT TO PLANNING. ALL IN CIRCA 45 ACRES. A rare opportunity to purchase ‘a piece of paradise’ within the Brecon Beacons National Park, located in the parish of Cwm Banu in the heart of the Black Mountains in the Grwyne Fechan valley, a couple of miles from the pretty village of Llanbedr. There are 2 separate dwellings included in this purchase, the primary a stone farmhouse, the second, in a secluded woodland setting, a caravan with residential status, a woodshed and former small stone cottage. The 2 properties are set in approximately 45 acres of undulating land, bordered by a stream, with breath taking views of the surrounding mountains yet only 4 1/2 miles from the picturesque and popular town of Crickhowell. This Purchase offers the opportunity to enjoy a rural lifestyle in idyllic surroundings with the potential of converting the outbuildings to holiday lets or ancillary accommodation (subject to planning consent). Ty Croes. The Main Farmhouse is offered with a garage, agricultural building with own access (subject to separate negotiation), stone outbuildings and barn adjacent to the house, wooden outbuildings beyond, gardens to the rear and front of the house and fields bordered by a stream, all circa 35 acres. Ty Philip. Continue down the track, passing the house, gardens and fields on the right hand side, until reaching a gated entrance on the left hand side into Ty Philip. A caravan, with residential status, is located on the left hand side of the plot and a wood shed/sawmill to the right. There is also a former small stone cottage near to the caravan. The two buildings are surrounded by woodland, amounting to just under 10 acres, providing a private and secluded location to enjoy the idyllic rural surroundings and an opportunity to escape the pressures of modern day life or convert to holiday/leisure area subject to any necessary planning consents. Turn right by the Fire Station in Crickhowell, at the mini roundabout take the right hand turning. Take the first left hand turning into Great Oak Road and follow road without turning off. Pass the turning signposted Llanbedr on the right hand side and continue straight on passing several farms/dwellings. When reaching the fork with the white cottage in the middle of the road, take the left hand turning signposted 'No Through Road', continue along the country lane until reaching the entrance to Ty Croes on the right hand side. Step Inside This former farmhouse has been updated, improved and generously extended and offers spacious modern accommodation whilst retaining original period features. Enter through the front door, under a pitched porch, into an open plan kitchen/breakfast room with separate dining room/snug. The Kitchen is fitted with a modern range of country style cupboards and a central island unit with useful storage space, all with granite work surfaces. A range cooker is set into a recessed alcove, with stone surround and lintel. The dining room area is warm and cosy set around the fireplace with stone chimney breast and hearth and housing an efficient wood/multi fuel burning stove. The whole of this open plan area has a wooden floor with windows to the front of the property. Step Inside continued Continue from the kitchen to the Hall with doors leading to the Lounge, Conservatory, Utility Room and Stairs to the First Floor. The Hall links to an Inner Hall/ Lobby. Leading off the Inner Hall is a Shower Room and Spacious Studio which is presently used for yoga classes. (This could easily become a 4th bedroom) off the studio is a small Study (with plumbing for a kitchenette). A spiral staircase leads down to the Leisure Suite (formerly the garages) with Sauna and Store/Gym Shower, and door out to the rear garden where the current owners have a hot tub overlooking the magnificent views. This whole wing, including the studio, has the advantage of being incorporated into the main house, yet it can also be used as a separate annexe as the studio has a separate entrance from the outside. It could also be returned to the original use as garages.. .... The spacious Lounge has triple aspect windows, with uninterrupted views of the mountains and includes a fireplace with a multi fuel stove. To the rear is a glazed Conservatory with views towards the Courtyard. From the Hall a staircase leads to the First Floor Landing with linen cupboards and doors to the 3 x First Floor Bedrooms. The two bedrooms to the front have some of the original features including painted stone walls. The Master Bedroom to the rear, with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with twin basins. This bedroom enjoys stunning views to the rear and side. Ty Croes offers flexible accommodation either as one dwelling, dual family occupation, B&B or holiday let. The farmhouse has landscaped lawns to the rear adjoining open fields with beautiful views across the valley. The gardens and grounds are totally private with no footpaths or rights of way across the fields. Step Outside Ty Croes, is approached via a country lane, serving only this property leading to a spacious area of hardstanding/parking. The original farm yard has a number of stone and wooden outbuildings set around a courtyard. OUTBUILDINGS The Outbuildings comprise stable block/workshop, hay barn and storage/tractor shed, various spacious outbuildings for storage, agricultural use or the keeping of livestock and an impressive stone Agricultural Barn. For full details of the outbuildings, please refer to the floorplan. The outbuildings could, be converted to studios, holiday lets/cottages or other leisure use subject to planning consent. Alternatively, they could remain as agricultural buildings and used in conjunction with the land. Some distance away from the house, approached via a path from the Paddocks, is a Modern Agricultural Barn with hardstanding (subject to separate negotiation). Step Outside continued This barn has a separate vehicular access from a lane below the house and grounds; an ideal opportunity for a small business or to be used in conjunction with the land. The undulating fields are bordered by a stream and woodlands and a lake, providing numerous areas to enjoy the beautiful countryside and spectacular views. The present owners have kept horses and cattle on the land which is fenced into paddocks/ fields but it would equally suit sheep or pigs. Before reaching the house, on the left hand side, is an area of woodland which is also included within the sale (see illustration of land). The property also has its own direct access to the mountains and it is understood that the owners of Ty Croes as Commoners have unrestricted access to walk or ride and possible grazing rights on the mountain.. ... Ty Philip, is approached via a Green Lane which runs alongside and past the main farmhouse Ty Croes, and lies at the foot of the mountain, (The track has shared access with the neighbouring farmer to reach his mountain pasture) Location The village of Llanbedr is a hub for walkers and mountain bikers, with a delightful village pub and ancient church of Saint Peter (which gives Llanbedr its name), village hall, primary school and is less than 5 miles from the picturesque town of Crickhowell. Llanbedr is in a popular valley and rarely do properties offering the privacy, land, views, flexibility and idyllic location of Ty Croes and Ty Philip come onto the market for sale. Crickhowell is a pretty town with a range of inde-pendent shops and a community devoted to keeping the town’s character and charm. In addition to the amenities offered within the town, the local primary and secondary schools are well regard-ed and the town is very much on the tourist map with annual walking and literary festivals. The Glan Usk Estate is located a short distance away from the town which is home to the annual International Green Man Festival. Location continued The market towns of Monmouth, Abergavenny, Brecon and Hereford are all within easy reach and provide more extensive shopping and recreational facilities. The larger market town of Abergavenny is circa 6 miles away where there is a main line railway station and access to the A449/A465, which in turn link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks and from there the major UK cities are accessible by motorway. The Severn bridge is only 45 minutes’ drive. Abergavenny town plays host to a popular annual food festival. The surrounding area offers many beautiful views and walks, fishing along the River Usk, hill walking along Offa’s Dyke, the Brecon Beacons and Table Mountain, golf at some of the nearby courses, canoeing along the River Wye, trekking on the Black mountains, sailing on Llangorse Lake.. .. Good gastro pubs and restaurants are abound, some of them of national fame; The Felinfach Griffin, The Hardwick and The Walnut Tree near Abergavenny, The Bear and Gliffaes Country House Hotel in Crickhowell. Services Ty Croes : Private drainage via septic tank. Mains electricity. Oil fired central heating system. Wood burning stoves. Spring water supply. BT landline and broad band. Ty Philip : Septic tank (needs replacing). Mains electricity. BT line and Sky broadband (not currently used), spring water supply. Tenure The house, caravan, outbuildings/barns and land are all Freehold Agent's Notes It is worth noting that from the “No Through Road sign” this road only provides access to the properties of Ty Croes and Ty Philip and the neighbouring farm fields. The track up to Ty Philip is a Green Lane. The track beyond Ty Philip gateway provides access to the fields, Ty Croes and Ty Philip having a right of access over the Green Lane. The present owners have not made any planning applications to convert the outbuildings close to the house or any applications on the modern agricultural barn with the separate entrance. The owners have applied to change the static caravan at Ty Philip to a stone building, this has been rejected by the planners but we understand the present static caravan can be replaced. The owner has full details of all planning applications made and, drawings which could be provided and discussed during viewings. Fixtures and Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 All measurements are approximate and quoted in imperial with metric equivalents and are for general guidance only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure to accuracy, these sales particulars must not be relied upon. Please note Parrys have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and, therefore, no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Contact the numbers listed on the brochure. Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways. Property Features Rare opportunity to acquire house, outbuildings and circa 45 acres Set in the popular and sought after Valley Idyllic rural location with spectacular views, fields and woodland Separate static caravan set in private grounds and woodland Much potential for home/income or leisure use (STP) Modern agricultural barn with separate entrance and hardstanding (subject to separate negotation) Less than 5 miles from the picturesque town of Crickhowell Viewing advised to appreciate the location and potential Media

5 bed detached house

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1RS

listed on 2019-05-01  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £845,000 5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1RS 5 A stunning detached former mill beautifully converted into a five bedroom family home complimented with a 2 bedroom established holiday cottage all set in about 1.5 acres of beautiful gardens with tree lined driveway and panoramic views of the surrounding scenery. Freehold A stunning detached former mill beautifully converted into a five bedroom family home complimented with a 2 bedroom established holiday cottage all set in about 1.5 acres of beautiful gardens with tree lined driveway and panoramic views of the surrounding scenery. Stunning 5 bedroom former Mill conversion Additional 2 bedroom holiday cottage 1.5 acres of landscaped grounds Beautiful setting near the village of Cwmdu Description    This former Mill building stands in a generous garden plot amongst the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The conversion offers beautifully presented accommodation in the form of 5 bedrooms all of a good size, 4 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, a kitchen and a useful utility room. The main accommodation is complimented by a second outbuilding converted into a holiday let cottage which now offers the new buyers the opportunity to continue the established letting business that has been created by the present owners. .    The property stands alone just a mile or so away from the nearby village of Cwmdu. It stands in grounds of about 1.5 acres of mostly landscaped gardens with a wealth of features including a tree lined drive, garden pond, feature wishing well and small arched bridge. It is surrounded by traditional farmland and enjoys a fantastic panorama of the nearby hilss and mountains. Location    Cwmdu is a popular and attractive village with a church, public house, cafe and village hall which is the focus of various community events. Crickhowell (8 miles) has good local shops and many other facilities whilst Abergavenny and Brecon, both about 15 miles away offer a much wider choice of facilities which includes a train station in Abergavenny. The surrounding countryside, particularly the Black Mountains, offers stunning scenery with superb walks, riding and cycling routes. Walk Inside    A stone paved pathway leads to a rustic open canopy porch, in-turn providing access via a solid oak door into the hallway, where there is attractive wooden flooring, stairs leading upwards to the first floor and a useful W.C. closet consisting of a w.c., wash basin and partial wall tiling. To the right hand side of the hallway is a lovely sitting area, with glazed screen and French doors opening onto the paved area to the front, several feature stone formed recesses and finished with an attractive wood block floor finish. On the opposite side of the hallway approached via partially glazed French doors is the dining area, with feature brick wall to one side, attractive wooden flooring and further door into the kitchen; with its feature brick arched fireplace with 2 oven oil fired Aga, complimented by a range of rustic oak fitted units with a range of cupboard and drawers, glass display units and small breakfast area with a tiled floor which extends rearwards into a stunning garden room, with glazing on all sides, enjoying far reaching views to the distant mountains, feature stone wall and French doors leading to the garden. Off the kitchen is the utility room with a range of fitted base units and the oil fired boiler, an ideal boot room. .    The main first floor landing provides access to two double rooms; the largest double having windows on all elevations and a glazed door to the rear from where there are superb views, but above all providing access to a decked seating area overlooking the garden pond and open fields. The en-suite to this bedroom has recently been refurbished to include shower cubicle, low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin, together with attractive wall and floor tiling. The second double room is accessed off the same landing and provides comfortable accommodation with a feature rustic wooden sill, whilst the bathroom alongside, also refurbished in recent years, provides a modern white suite comprising central tap bath, sink basin on attractive wooden stand and alongside a low flush w.c. together with attractive wall and floor tiling. The secondary landing provides access to a further double bedroom with built-in cupboards and windows to both front and rear. A staircase continues upwards to the second floor landing, off which are 2 large double bedrooms within the roof space, both having en-suite shower rooms to include w.c., wash basin and shower cubicle. Together with attractive oak effect laminate flooring, exposed timbers and windows with views to open countryside. Millbrook Cottage    Located within the grounds of Lower Mill is this wonderful two bedroom holiday cottage. The Cottage is immaculately presented by the owners and offers holiday makers the perfect retreat to unwind and soak up the beautiful surroundings. Complete with log burner and hot tub. The cottage provides a generous kitchen with oak units and the living/dining room is generous in size with a cosy wood burner. To the ground floor is a king size bedroom and the first floor provides a further double bedroom and shower room. To the outside the cottage gardens are screened from Lower Mill and offer the holiday maker privacy with lovely gardens to enjoy the summer evenings. Walk Outside    The property is approached via a 5-bar gated entrance providing access over a winding oak lined driveway which terminates at the parking area to the front of Lower Mill, an area which has been nicely finished with stone flag pathways and slate shingles providing an attractive subtle hard landscaping. Beyond is an extensive lawned garden together with a range of stone features including an arched bridge crossing the former mill leat, feature wishing well, together with a range of mature shrubs, particularly to the rear where there is a garden pond surrounded by decking, rock features and several seating areas from where the occupiers can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Media

5 bed detached house

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Cwmdu, Crickhowell

listed on 2019-05-26  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £845,000 5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Cwmdu, Crickhowell 3 5 4 A stunning detached former mill beautifully converted into a five bedroom family home complemented by a 2-bedroom established holiday cottage all set in about 1.5 acres of beautiful gardens with tree lined driveway and panoramic views of the surrounding scenery. This former Mill building stands in a generous garden plot amongst the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The conversion offers beautifully presented accommodation in the form of 5 bedrooms all of a good size, 4 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, a kitchen and a useful utility room. The main accommodation is complimented by a second outbuilding converted into a holiday let cottage which now offers the new buyers the opportunity to continue the established letting business that has been created by the present owners. A stone paved pathway leads to a rustic open canopy porch, in-turn providing access via a solid oak door into the hallway, where there is attractive wooden flooring, stairs leading upwards to the first floor and a useful W.C. closet consisting of a w.c., wash basin and partial wall tiling. To the right hand side of the hallway is a lovely sitting area, with glazed screen and French doors opening onto the paved area to the front, several feature stone formed recesses and finished with an attractive wood block floor finish. On the opposite side of the hallway approached via partially glazed French doors is the dining area, with feature brick wall to one side, attractive wooden flooring and further door into the kitchen; with its feature brick arched fireplace with 2 oven oil fired Aga, complimented by a range of rustic oak fitted units with a range of cupboard and drawers, glass display units and small breakfast area with a tiled floor which extends rearwards into a stunning garden room, with glazing on all sides, enjoying far reaching views to the distant mountains, feature stone wall and French doors leading to the garden. Off the kitchen is the utility room with a range of fitted base units and the oil fired boiler, an ideal boot room. The main first floor landing provides access to two double rooms; the largest double having windows on all elevations and a glazed door to the rear from where there are superb views, but above all providing access to a decked seating area overlooking the garden pond and open fields. The en-suite to this bedroom has recently been refurbished to include shower cubicle, low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin, together with attractive wall and floor tiling. The second double room is accessed off the same landing and provides comfortable accommodation with a feature rustic wooden sill, whilst the bathroom alongside, also refurbished in recent years, provides a modern white suite comprising central tap bath, sink basin on attractive wooden stand and alongside a low flush w.c. together with attractive wall and floor tiling. The secondary landing provides access to a further double bedroom with built-in cupboards and windows to both front and rear. A staircase continues upwards to the second floor landing, off which are 2 large double bedrooms within the roof space, both having en-suite shower rooms to include w.c., wash basin and shower cubicle. Together with attractive oak effect laminate flooring, exposed timbers and windows with views to open countryside. Step Outside The property stands alone just a mile or so away from the nearby village of Cwmdu. It stands in grounds of about 1.5 acres of mostly landscaped gardens with a wealth of features including a tree lined drive, garden pond, feature wishing well and small arched bridge. It is surrounded by traditional farmland and enjoys a fantastic panorama of the nearby hills and mountains. The property is approached via a 5-bar gated entrance providing access over a winding oak lined driveway which terminates at the parking area to the front of Lower Mill, an area which has been nicely finished with stone flag pathways and slate shingles providing an attractive subtle hard landscaping. Beyond is an extensive lawned garden together with a range of stone features including an arched bridge crossing the former mill leat, feature wishing well, together with a range of mature shrubs, particularly to the rear where there is a garden pond surrounded by decking, rock features and several seating areas from where the occupiers can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Millbrook Cottage Located within the grounds of Lower Mill is this wonderful two bedroom holiday cottage. The Cottage is immaculately presented by the owners and offers holiday makers the perfect retreat to unwind and soak up the beautiful surroundings. Complete with log burner and hot tub. The cottage provides a generous kitchen with oak units and the living/dining room is generous in size with a cosy wood burner. To the ground floor is a king size bedroom and the first floor provides a further double bedroom and shower room. To the outside the cottage gardens are screened from Lower Mill and offer the holiday maker privacy with lovely gardens to enjoy the summer evenings. Location Cwmdu is a popular and attractive village with a church, public house, cafe and village hall which is the focus of various community events. Crickhowell (8 miles) has good local shops and many other facilities whilst Abergavenny and Brecon, both about 15 miles away offer a much wider choice of facilities which includes a train station in Abergavenny. The surrounding countryside, particularly the Black Mountains, offers stunning scenery with superb walks, riding and cycling routes. Services We are informed that the property is connected to Mains electricity. Borehole water, private drainage. HEATING: oil fired Tenure Freehold Fixtures & Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Agent's Notes The selling agents wish to remind prospective purchasers that the services, service installations, heating & electrical appliances have NOT been tested. Directions From Bwlch: Follow the A40 east towards Abergavenny for around 1 mile and take the first left turn (next to the stone barn). Follow this road for approximately 1.25 miles and take the right turn as the road bears sharply to the left onto the gravel driveway and through a five bar wooden gate. From Cwmdu: Take the turn opposite the Farmers Arms and follow the road through the small hamlet of Felindre and bear left at the fork in the road after half a mile, take the next left onto the gravel driveway and through a five bar wooden gate. Property Features Stunning 5 bedroom former mill conversion Additional 2-bedroom holiday cottage 1.5 acres of landscaped grounds Beautiful setting near the village of Cwmdu Media

5 bed detached house

Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8

listed on 2019-09-06  McCartneys   

Property features • Stunning 5 bedroom former Mill conversion • Additional 2 bedroom holiday cottage • 1.5 acres of landscaped grounds • Beautiful setting near the village of Cwmdu A stunning detached former mill beautifully converted into a five bedroom family home complimented with a 2 bedroom established holiday cottage all set in about 1.5 acres of beautiful gardens with tree lined driveway and panoramic views of the surrounding scenery.   Description This former Mill building stands in a generous garden plot amongst the stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The conversion offers beautifully presented accommodation in the form of 5 bedrooms all of a good size, 4 bathrooms, 3 reception rooms, a kitchen and a useful utility room. The main accommodation is complimented by a second outbuilding converted into a holiday let cottage which now offers the new buyers the opportunity to continue the established letting business that has been created by the present owners. The property stands alone just a mile or so away from the nearby village of Cwmdu. It stands in grounds of about 1.5 acres of mostly landscaped gardens with a wealth of features including a tree lined drive, garden pond, feature wishing well and small arched bridge. It is surrounded by traditional farmland and enjoys a fantastic panorama of the nearby hilss and mountains. Location Cwmdu is a popular and attractive village with a church, public house, cafe and village hall which is the focus of various community events. Crickhowell (8 miles) has good local shops and many other facilities whilst Abergavenny and Brecon, both about 15 miles away offer a much wider choice of facilities which includes a train station in Abergavenny.The surrounding countryside, particularly the Black Mountains, offers stunning scenery with superb walks, riding and cycling routes. Walk Inside A stone paved pathway leads to a rustic open canopy porch, in-turn providing access via a solid oak door into the hallway, where there is attractive wooden flooring, stairs leading upwards to the first floor and a useful W.C. closet consisting of a w.c., wash basin and partial wall tiling. To the right hand side of the hallway is a lovely sitting area, with glazed screen and French doors opening onto the paved area to the front, several feature stone formed recesses and finished with an attractive wood block floor finish. On the opposite side of the hallway approached via partially glazed French doors is the dining area, with feature brick wall to one side, attractive wooden flooring and further door into the kitchen; with its feature brick arched fireplace with 2 oven oil fired Aga, complimented by a range of rustic oak fitted units with a range of cupboard and drawers, glass display units and small breakfast area with a tiled floor which extends rearwards into a stunning garden room, with glazing on all sides, enjoying far reaching views to the distant mountains, feature stone wall and French doors leading to the garden. Off the kitchen is the utility room with a range of fitted base units and the oil fired boiler, an ideal boot room. The main first floor landing provides access to two double rooms; the largest double having windows on all elevations and a glazed door to the rear from where there are superb views, but above all providing access to a decked seating area overlooking the garden pond and open fields. The en-suite to this bedroom has recently been refurbished to include shower cubicle, low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin, together with attractive wall and floor tiling. The second double room is accessed off the same landing and provides comfortable accommodation with a feature rustic wooden sill, whilst the bathroom alongside, also refurbished in recent years, provides a modern white suite comprising central tap bath, sink basin on attractive wooden stand and alongside a low flush w.c. together with attractive wall and floor tiling. The secondary landing provides access to a further double bedroom with built-in cupboards and windows to both front and rear. A staircase continues upwards to the second floor landing, off which are 2 large double bedrooms within the roof space, both having en-suite shower rooms to include w.c., wash basin and shower cubicle. Together with attractive oak effect laminate flooring, exposed timbers and windows with views to open countryside. Millbrook Cottage Located within the grounds of Lower Mill is this wonderful two bedroom holiday cottage. The Cottage is immaculately presented by the owners and offers holiday makers the perfect retreat to unwind and soak up the beautiful surroundings. Complete with log burner and hot tub.The cottage provides a generous kitchen with oak units and the living/dining room is generous in size with a cosy wood burner. To the ground floor is a king size bedroom and the first floor provides a further double bedroom and shower room. To the outside the cottage gardens are screened from Lower Mill and offer the holiday maker privacy with lovely gardens to enjoy the summer evenings. Walk Outside The property is approached via a 5-bar gated entrance providing access over a winding oak lined driveway which terminates at the parking area to the front of Lower Mill, an area which has been nicely finished with stone flag pathways and slate shingles providing an attractive subtle hard landscaping. Beyond is an extensive lawned garden together with a range of stone features including an arched bridge crossing the former mill leat, feature wishing well, together with a range of mature shrubs, particularly to the rear where there is a garden pond surrounded by decking, rock features and several seating areas from where the occupiers can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside.   Read more

4 bed detached house

4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Llanbedr, Crickhowell

listed on 2019-06-07  Fine and Country   

Offers in excess of £725,000 4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Llanbedr, Crickhowell 2 4 3 A rare opportunity to purchase ‘a piece of paradise’ located in the Grwyne Fechan Valley within the Brecon Beacons National Park. A rare opportunity to purchase ‘a piece of paradise’ within the Brecon Beacons National Park, located in the parish of Cwm Banu in the heart of the Black Mountains in the Grwyne Fechan valley, a couple of miles from the pretty village of Llanbedr. The property is offered with circa 3 acres of gardens and paddock. With breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains yet only 4 1/2 miles from the picturesque and popular town of Crickhowell. This purchase offers the opportunity to enjoy a rural lifestyle in idyllic surroundings with the potential of converting the outbuildings to holiday lets or ancillary accommodation (subject to planning consent). The Main Farmhouse is offered with a garage, stone outbuildings and barn adjacent to the house, wooden outbuildings beyond and gardens to the rear and front of the house and paddock, all amounting to circa 3 acres. Further land available by separate negotiation. Turn right by the Fire Station in Crickhowell, at the mini roundabout take the right hand turning. Take the first left hand turning into Great Oak Road and follow road without turning off. Pass the turning signposted Llanbedr on the right hand side and continue straight on passing several farms/dwellings. When reaching the fork with the white cottage in the middle of the road, take the left hand turning signposted 'No Through Road', continue along the country lane until reaching the entrance to Ty Croes on the right hand side. Step Inside This former farmhouse has been updated, improved and generously extended and offers spacious modern accommodation whilst retaining original period features. Enter through the front door, under a pitched porch, into an open plan kitchen/breakfast room with separate dining room/snug. The Kitchen is fitted with a modern range of country style cupboards and a central island unit with useful storage space, all with granite work surfaces. A range cooker is set into a recessed alcove, with stone surround and lintel. The dining room area is warm and cosy set around the fireplace with stone chimney breast and hearth and housing an efficient wood/multi fuel burning stove. The whole of this open plan area has a wooden floor with windows to the front of the property. Step Inside Continued Continue from the kitchen to the Hall with doors leading to the Lounge, Conservatory, Utility Room and Stairs to the First Floor. The Hall links to an Inner Hall/ Lobby. Leading off the Inner Hall is a Shower Room and Spacious Studio which is presently used for yoga classes. (This could easily become a 4th bedroom) off the studio is a small Study (with plumbing for a kitchenette). A spiral staircase leads down to the Leisure Suite (formerly the garages) with Sauna and Store/Gym Shower, and door out to the rear garden where the current owners have a hot tub overlooking the magnificent views. This whole wing, including the studio, has the advantage of being incorporated into the main house, yet it can also be used as a separate annexe as the studio has a separate entrance from the outside. It could also be returned to the original use as garages. ... The spacious Lounge has triple aspect windows, with uninterrupted views of the mountains and includes a fireplace with a multi fuel stove. To the rear is a glazed Conservatory with views towards the Courtyard. From the Hall a staircase leads to the First Floor Landing with linen cupboards and doors to the three First Floor Bedrooms. The two bedrooms to the front have some of the original features including painted stone walls. The Master Bedroom to the rear, with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with twin basins. This bedroom enjoys stunning views to the rear and side. Ty Croes offers flexible accommodation either as one dwelling, dual family occupation, B&B or holiday let. The farmhouse has landscaped lawns to the rear adjoining open fields with beautiful views across the valley. The gardens and grounds are totally private with no footpaths or rights of way across the fields. Step Outside Ty Croes, is approached via a country lane, serving only this property leading to a spacious area of hardstanding/parking. The original farm yard has a number of stone and wooden outbuildings set around a courtyard. OUTBUILDINGS The Outbuildings comprise stable block/workshop, hay barn and storage/tractor shed, various spacious outbuildings for storage, agricultural use or the keeping of livestock and an impressive stone Agricultural Barn. For full details of the outbuildings, please refer to the floorplan. The outbuildings could be converted to studios, holiday lets/cottages or other leisure use, subject to planning consent. Alternatively, they could remain as agricultural buildings and used in conjunction with the land. Step Outside Continued The gardens and paddock enjoy spectacular views. The property also has its own direct access to the mountains and it is understood that the owners of Ty Croes as Commoners have unrestricted access to walk or ride and possible grazing rights on the mountain. Location The village of Llanbedr is a hub for walkers and mountain bikers, with a delightful village pub and ancient church of Saint Peter (which gives Llanbedr its name), village hall, primary school and is less than 5 miles from the picturesque town of Crickhowell. Llanbedr is in a popular valley and rarely do properties offering the privacy, land, views, flexibility and idyllic location of Ty Croes come onto the market for sale. Crickhowell is a pretty town with a range of independent shops and a community devoted to keeping the town’s character and charm. In addition to the amenities offered within the town, the local primary and secondary schools are well regarded and the town is very much on the tourist map with annual walking and literary festivals. The Glanusk Estate is located a short distance away from the town which is home to the annual Green Man Festival. Location continued The market towns of Monmouth, Abergavenny, Brecon and Hereford are all within easy reach and provide more extensive shopping and recreational facilities. The larger market town of Abergavenny is circa 6 miles away where there is a main line railway station and access to the A449/A465, which in turn link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks and from there the major UK cities are accessible by motorway. The Severn bridge is only 45 minutes’ drive. Abergavenny town plays host to a popular annual food festival. .. The surrounding area offers many beautiful views and walks, fishing along the River Usk, hill walking along Offa’s Dyke, the Brecon Beacons and Table Mountain, golf at some of the nearby courses, canoeing along the River Wye, trekking on the Black mountains, sailing on Llangorse Lake. Good gastro pubs and restaurants are abound, some of them of national fame; The Felinfach Griffin, The Hardwick and The Walnut Tree near Abergavenny, The Bear and Gliffaes Country House Hotel in Crickhowell. AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION. MODERN STEEL BARN WITH OWN ENTRANCE AND CIRCA 3 ACRES Some distance away from the house, approached via a path from the Paddocks, is a Modern Agricultural Barn with hardstanding. This barn has a separate vehicular access from a lane below the house and grounds; an ideal opportunity for a small business or to be used in conjunction with the circa 3 acres of land available land. The present owners have not made any planning applications to convert the modern agricultural barn with the separate entrance. Services Private drainage via septic tank. Mains electricity. Oil fired central heating system. Wood burning stoves. Spring water supply. BT landline and broad band. Tenure The house and outbuildings are Freehold Agent's Notes It is worth noting that from the No Through Road sign this road only provides access to the properties of Ty Croes and Ty Philip and the neighbouring farm fields. The track up to Ty Philip is a Green Lane. The track beyond Ty Philip gateway provides access to the fields, Ty Croes and Ty Philip having a right of access over the Green Lane. The present owners have not made any planning applications to convert the outbuildings close to the house. Fixtures and Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 All measurements are approximate and quoted in imperial with metric equivalents and are for general guidance only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure to accuracy, these sales particulars must not be relied upon. Please note Parrys have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and, therefore, no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Contact the numbers listed on the brochure. Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways. Property Features Rare opportunity to acquire house, stone outbuildings and circa 3 acres Set in the popular and sought after Grwyne Fechan Valley Idyllic rural location with spectacular views Much potential for home/income or leisure use (STP) Less than 5 miles from the picturesque town of Crickhowell Viewing advised to appreciate the location and potential Opportunity to purchase further land and outbuildings by separate negotiation Media

5 bed detached house

5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Ffawyddog, Crickhowell

listed on 2019-09-27  Fine and Country   

Offers in region of £650,000 5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Ffawyddog, Crickhowell 3 5 1 A substantial farmhouse with much potential located in a rural, although not isolated, position with the most spectacular views. In addition to the main house is the potential for a self-contained annexe, extensive outbuildings all set in circa 8.7 acres. Pen-Croeslan Uchaf is a fine example of a substantial stone farmhouse believed to date from the late 18th/early 19th century and is thought to have once formed part of the Estate of the Duke of Beaufort. The front of the farmhouse is classic Georgian style, double-fronted with the rear of the house retaining features which would perhaps indicate a pre-Georgian dwelling. The present owners have made improvements to the house, the grounds and outbuildings in recent years and there is further opportunity for the next owner to continue the works to restore this historic property to its former splendour. The house offers much character with exposed timbers, original fireplaces and floors. Enter through the entrance porch into the entrance hall with access to the principal reception rooms and door to the cellar. In typical Georgian style, to the front are two reception rooms situated either side of the entrance hall, both with original features. Continue along the entrance hall, to what is believed to be the original part of the house, to the dining room, a room with much character and door to a small study. The study may have, in the days when the property was a substantial working estate, been the room used to pay the farm workers. Continue through to the kitchen/breakfast room with vaulted ceiling, double doors to an enclosed courtyard and solid fuel Rayburn. The potential annexe can be accessed across the courtyard. A door to the rear of the kitchen/breakfast room leads to a boot room, utility room and walk-in pantry/cold store. First Floor From the entrance hall is the staircase rising to the first floor; at half landing level is a spacious bedroom. Continue to the first floor where 4 further bedrooms and a bathroom are situated. The two front bedrooms have the most spectacular views towards open countryside. The principal rooms are of generous proportions and the house alone, without the outbuildings and potential annexe, offers spacious family accommodation. To one side of the house, accessed separately, is the potential for a self-contained annexe. This part of the building was believed to have been used in the 1980’s as accommodation when a previous owner ran a small scale activity centre. From Crickhowell town centre, continue through the town with The Bear Hotel on the right hand side. Go over the pedestrian crossing and take the left hand turning opposite the Petrol Station into New Road. Continue through the traffic lights and over the stone bridge, turning left and immediately right following signs for Llangattock. Continue into the village of Llangattock and turn right at the Horseshoe Inn into Church Road. Upon reaching the church, bear left passing the Old Rectory Country Hotel and Golf Club and continue up the hill and over the canal bridge. Follow the lane passing a ‘no entry’ lane to the left. Continue along this lane passing a right hand turn and a sign for ‘Pay Phone’ to the left, continue up the hill until the road levels out. Take the left hand fork in the road and the property can be found on the left hand side. The house is 2 miles from the Old Rectory. DO NOT USE SAT NAV. Step Outside Approached off a country lane, pass a pair of cottages and a barn on the right and side and enter the double gates leading to the driveway/yard with ample space for vehicles. There is an extensive range of outbuildings including stables and barns. The house and attached barns form an ‘L’ shape and could, subject to any necessary consents, be altered to incorporate some of the barns into the main house, or alternatively, the outbuildings could provide holiday accommodation or an annexe. Set in circa 8.7 acres including a garden and fenced paddocks. The present owners have improved paddocks and outbuildings for equestrian use. A paragraph in a sales brochure does not do justice to the extensive outbuildings, potential or the grounds. The views from the front and side of the grounds are spectacular. Location Located within the Brecon Beacons National Park above the pretty village of Llangattock, and some 3.5 miles the historic town of Crickhowell. Llangattock has a public house, hotel/golf club and an historic Church. The village retains a local primary school and there is a secondary school in Crickhowell, both of which have excellent reputations. The village of Llangattock is bordered by the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal and lies within the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Further amenities can be found in Crickhowell which offers a range of individual shops, doctors and dentist surgeries and Places of Worship. The picturesque town of Crickhowell has been attracting visitors since the 16th Century and its thriving high street and community spirit has seen it named the ‘Best Place to Live in Wales’. This pretty Powys town lies on the banks of the River Usk and offers a wide range of recreational and outdoor activities both within the town and in the surrounding countryside. The larger market town of Abergavenny is approximately 4 miles away offering a wider range of amenities including independent and larger chain shops and supermarkets. The property is within commuting distance of the A465/A449 and A40 all of which link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks with the cities of Bristol and Cardiff being less than one hour’s drive. A main line railway station can be found in Abergavenny. Tenure Freehold. Services We are informed that the property is on mains electricity and has a solid fuel central heating system via a Rayburn. Private drainage is via septic tank. The farmhouse water is supplied by a spring on a neighbouring property. Fixtures & Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways. Directions From Crickhowell town centre, continue through the town with The Bear Hotel on the right hand side. Go over the pedestrian crossing and take the left hand turning opposite the Petrol Station into New Road. Continue through the traffic lights and over the stone bridge, turning left and immediately right following signs for Llangattock. Continue into the village of Llangattock and turn right at the Horseshoe Inn into Church Road. Upon reaching the church, bear left passing the Old Rectory Country Hotel and Golf Club and continue up the hill and over the canal bridge. Follow the lane passing a ‘no entry’ lane to the left. Continue along this lane passing a right hand turn and a sign for ‘Pay Phone’ to the left, continue up the hill and the property can be found on the left hand side. The house is 2 miles from the Old Rectory. Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 All measurements are approximate and quoted in imperial with metric equivalents and are for general guidance only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure to accuracy, these sales particulars must not be relied upon. Please note Parrys have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and, therefore, no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Contact the numbers listed on the brochure. Property Features Substantial farmhouse with much character Potential self-contained 2 bedroom annexe Opportunity to improve and upgrade Extensive range of outbuildings Gardens and pasture paddocks circa 8.7 acres Rural location with spectacular views Media

3 bed detached house

3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Llangenny, Crickhowell

listed on 2019-05-16  Fine and Country   

Offers in excess of £600,000 3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Llangenny, Crickhowell 2 3 1 Off the beaten track offering peace, tranquillity and the most spectacular south-facing views…..Sound idyllic? Your dream home? Situated at a height of some 970ft on the Sugar Loaf Mountain above the village of Llangenny and within 4 miles of the Powys town of Crickhowell. This pretty cottage and separate detached barns are located within the Brecon Beacon National Park and set in circa 13 acres. A wonderful, historic property which has been owned by the same family for just under 50 years. With a heavy heart, this much-loved retreat has been placed on the market for sale looking for the next family to enjoy this very special place. The stone cottage was believed to have formed part of the Sandeman family estate in years gone by and little has changed since it was built some 200 years ago. Enter via a stone entrance porch with flagstone floor into a dining room with an interesting fireplace housing a wood burning stove and original wood panelling. If you can tear yourself away from the spectacular views through the sash windows, continue into a cosy sitting room with slate fireplace housing a log burning stove, painted concrete floor and views across the valley. Continue to a compact, rustic kitchen with quarry tiled floor, a door to a shower room and into the rear hall/boot room. From the sitting room a staircase leads to the first floor with three generous bedrooms, two with feature fireplaces. Off the beaten track offering peace, tranquillity and the most spectacular south-facing views…..Sound idyllic? Your dream home? Situated at a height of some 970ft on the Sugar Loaf Mountain above the village of Llangenny and within 4 miles of the Powys town of Crickhowell. This pretty cottage and separate detached barns are located within the Brecon Beacon National Park and set in circa 13 acres. A wonderful, historic property which has been owned by the same family for just under 50 years. With a heavy heart, this much-loved retreat has been placed on the market for sale looking for the next family to enjoy this very special place. The stone cottage was believed to have formed part of the Sandeman family estate in years gone by and little has changed since it was built some 200 years ago. Enter via a stone entrance porch with flagstone floor into a dining room with an interesting fireplace housing a wood burning stove and original wood panelling. If you can tear yourself away from the spectacular views through the sash windows, continue into a cosy sitting room with slate fireplace housing a log burning stove, painted concrete floor and views across the valley. Continue to a compact, rustic kitchen with quarry tiled floor, a door to a shower room and into the rear hall/boot room. From the sitting room a staircase leads to the first floor with three generous bedrooms, two with feature fireplaces. Turn right off A40 signed Llangenny. Before you reach Llangenny you will come to a steep right-hand turn on a sharp left-hand bend, (just before the bridge). Turn right and continue up a narrow, steep road. After a few minutes you will come to a crossroads with a white cottage in front of you. Turn left at the crossroads and continue up the road for about half a mile. You will pass a farm on your right and then go up a steep hill. Once you get to the top of the hill turn right at junction. The road is very steep and narrow with several sharp bends. You will pass farm buildings on your right; 40 meters further on turn left up a rough stone track marked with a bridleway sign. The road ends at this point. (If you find yourself in Pengilfach Farm you have gone too far.) The first part of the track is quite steep and then it levels out for about 100m before entering some woods. Drive up through the woods until you come to 2 metal farm gates. Drive through the gateways and follow the track on the side of the hill for about 30 meters and you will come to the cottage. Step Outside Located within the Brecon Beacons National Park, the property is approached up a stone track/bridleway, through 2 field gates and along a grass track leading to an area of hard standing with parking for several cars and entrance gate to the cottage. Immediately surrounding the cottage are the natural gardens of circa 1 acre which adjoin the fields and woodland, extending to just over 13 acres in all and affording the most spectacular views across the valley. A short distance from the cottage is a detached 2-storey stone barn which has been improved in more recent years and has the potential, subject to any necessary consents, to be converted to ancillary accommodation or holiday let/bunkhouse. There are no footpaths across the property, although there is a footpath on the rear boundary which continues up the Sugar Loaf Mountain. Location Gobpwllau is situated above the village of Llangenny approximately 4 miles from the pretty Powys town of Crickhowell with access to the A40. Crickhowell, recently voted the ‘Best Place to live in Wales’ by the Sunday Times, lies on the banks of the River Usk and is well known for its natural beauty and superb walks and other outdoor activities. The town offers a range of independent shops, highly regarded primary and secondary schools and both a doctors’ and dentist surgery. The larger, historic town of Abergavenny is some 6 miles and offers a wider range of amenities including a Waitrose and a main line railway station. There are good road links via the A40 dual carriageway to the M4 giving access to Newport, Cardiff, Bristol to the South and to Birmingham to the North. The nearest airport is Cardiff International (45 miles) and London can generally be reached in about 2½ hours by road. Services Mains electricity. Natural spring water, source of which is on own land. Septic tank drainage. No telephone is connected to the property, enquiries to be made to BT by any potential purchaser. Directions Please contact the Agents for directions. Tenure Freehold. Agent's Notes There is a footpath on the edge of the land, this does not come close to the house or cross the land. Viewings strictly by appointment with the agent, block viewings will be arranged during the week and over a weekend. Fixtures & Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways. Property Features Pretty cottage off the beaten track with spectacular views Separate detached barn with much potential A rural retreat high on the Sugar Loaf Mountain Idyllic location offering peace and tranquillity Only 4 miles from the Powys town of Crickhowell All set in circa 13 acres, much of which is south-facing Media

4 bed detached house

Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys.

A superb spacious detached house Well positioned in sought after location Four bedrooms, master ensuite Three/four reception rooms Walking distance to Crickhowell Town Centre Extended and refurbished Attractive garden Very well presented Garage and parking Full description A very well presented extended and refurbished detached four bedroom house in a small private cul de sac a few minutes walk from Crickhowell town centre and both the Primary and Secondary schools, attractive gardens to the front and rear, off street parking and a garage. EPC D64

4 bed detached house

The Green, Llangenny Lane, Crickhowell, Powys.

New build detached house Four bedrooms Master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite Open plan kitchen/breakfast/family room Two reception rooms Double glazing and gas central heating Double car port Short walking distance to Crickhowell town centre Exclusive high quality development Full description No 7 The Green is new build four bedroom detached house set on a small and exclusive recently completed high quality development situated just a short walk from Crickhowell town centre, a small market town within the Brecon Beacons National Park. EPC rating B85.

3 bed detached house

3 Bedroom House For Sale in Llanbedr, Crickhowell

listed on 2019-09-17  Fine and Country   

Asking Price £475,000 3 Bedroom House For Sale in Llanbedr, Crickhowell 2 3 1 A delightful traditional 3 bedroomed cottage with much charm and character set in a private location on the fringe of popular Llanbedr Village. The cottage is situated at the end of a country lane with a bridleway and footpath literally on the doorstep with access to woodland and countryside within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Steps lead from the lane down to the front porch of the cottage, a useful space for coats and boots. A door leads into the original sitting rooms (now one large room) with a snug with wood burning stove and Mandarin slate tiled floor as you enter from the entrance porch leading onto the sitting room with wooden floor, fireplace and window to the side feature. Both rooms have much character with exposed timbers and painted stone walls. Continue through to the stunning extension which offers a contemporary twist on the traditional cottage with an oak and glass framed room which provides open plan kitchen/dining and living retaining traditional features including a wood burning stove and stone tiled floor. To complement the room is a 4 oven oil-fired Aga, a modern fitted kitchen area and ample space for table and chairs and sofa. The room is flooded with light and enjoys views towards the surrounding mountains, woodland and countryside. Double doors open onto a raised decked area which looks across the garden and enjoys the sounds of the river set below the garden and bordering the grounds. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom, again with much character and many features. Views can be enjoyed from the bedrooms across the garden and open countryside. A delightful traditional 3 bedroomed cottage with much charm and character set in a private location on the fringe of popular Llanbedr Village. The cottage is situated at the end of a country lane with a bridleway and footpath literally on the doorstep with access to woodland and countryside within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Steps lead from the lane down to the front porch of the cottage, a useful space for coats and boots. A door leads into the original sitting rooms (now one large room) with a snug with wood burning stove and Mandarin slate tiled floor as you enter from the entrance porch leading onto the sitting room with wooden floor, fireplace and window to the side feature. Both rooms have much character with exposed timbers and painted stone walls. Continue through to the stunning extension which offers a contemporary twist on the traditional cottage with an oak and glass framed room which provides open plan kitchen/dining and living retaining traditional features including a wood burning stove and stone tiled floor. To complement the room is a 4 oven oil-fired Aga, a modern fitted kitchen area and ample space for table and chairs and sofa. The room is flooded with light and enjoys views towards the surrounding mountains, woodland and countryside. Double doors open onto a raised decked area which looks across the garden and enjoys the sounds of the river set below the garden and bordering the grounds. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom, again with much character and many features. Views can be enjoyed from the bedrooms across the garden and open countryside. From Abergavenny, take the A40 signposted ‘Brecon’ to reach the small town of Crickhowell. After passing the Health Centre on your right, take the next right signposted ‘Greenhill Way’ before the Fire Station. Follow this road until you reach a mini roundabout, taking the second exit up the hill onto ‘Great Oak Road’. After approximately 2 miles you will reach the village of Llanbedr. Continue straight for another quarter of a mile, then take the next right where the property will be found on your right. It is not possible to 'drive-by' the property. All appointments are strictly by appointment with the agents. Step Outside The cottage can be approached either via steps down from the lane or alternatively, from the park-ing area at the end of the cottage. The gardens lie predominately to the side and rear of the gar-den and include a terraced area, lawns, large vegetable garden, planted beds and natural shrubs and fruit trees. A raised decked area adjoins the open plan room. The garden is terraced and has been created to allow enjoyment of both the beautiful natural environment and also, areas to re-lax and enjoy the sounds of the river. There is a tin garden shed and alongside the entrance porch to the house, the former bread house with working original bread oven and range, power and light. Location The popular village of Llanbedr is a hub for walkers and mountain bikers, with a delightful village pub and ancient church of Saint Peter (which gives Llanbedr its name), village hall, primary school and is less than 5 miles from the picturesque town of Crickhowell. Crickhowell is a pretty town with a range of independent shops and a community devoted to keeping the town's character and charm. In addition to the amenities offered within the town, the local primary and secondary schools are well regarded and the town is very much on the tourist map with annual walking and literary festivals. The Glan Usk Estate is located a short distance away from the town which is home to the annual International Green Man Festival. Services We are advised that mains electricity, water, and sewerage are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating system and oil-fired Aga. Tenure Freehold Fixtures and Fittings Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 All measurements are approximate and quoted in imperial with metric equivalents and are for general guidance only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure to accuracy, these sales particulars must not be relied upon. Please note Parrys have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and, therefore, no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property. Contact the numbers listed on the brochure. Property Features Delightful detached period cottage in popular village location Beautiful mix of traditional features with contemporary additions Much character and charm with views across open countryside Terraced garden overlooking the river Outbuildings including one housing old bread oven Parking to side of cottage EPC Rating E Media

5 bed house

The Legar LlangattockCrickhowell NP8 1HL

listed on 2019-04-21  Foy Williams   

Five Bedrooms Large Parking and Grassed Area Opposite Property Enclosed Rear Garden Three Reception Rooms Close to Local Amenities Stunning Views A Lovely 5 bedroom property in Llangattock, briefly comprises, 3 reception rooms, kitchen, conservatory area, bathroom, shower room, 2 separate WCs, allocated parking and rear garden. This property is close to all local amenities and boasts stunning views of the surrounding countryside. viewing highly recommended.

4 bed terraced house

High Street, Crickhowell, Powys.

Attractive townhouse Superb town centre location Four Bedrooms Three Bathrooms Superb views Kitchen with bi fold doors Gas central heating and double glazing Solar Panels Full description An improved and extended four bedroom town house with superb views in Crickhowell town centre. The property offers a spacious sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, four bedrooms, two ensuite, bathroom, engineered oak floors, gas central heating, double glazing, PV Panels.

4 bed detached house

Dan Y Gollen, Crickhowell, Powys.

Detached four bedroom house Extended and improved Immaculately presented Modern kitchen/breakfast room Sun Room Garage and car port Master bedroom ensuite National Park Village Location Full description An immaculately presented four bedroom detached house offering modern kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, sun room, study/office, cloakroom and utility room to the ground floor, master bedroom with ensuite, three bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor, garage and carport. EPC C71

3 bed detached house

Brecon Road, Crickhowell, Powys.

Individual detached house Three bedrooms Two reception rooms Walking distance to town centre Lovely views Gas heating system and double glazing No onward chain Full description A well presented, detached house situated within walking distance of the popular Crickhowell High Street offering two reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor WC, first floor landing with three bedrooms, ensuite bathroom plus shower room. Patio, garden and single garage to outside. C70

4 bed detached house

Everest Drive, Crickhowell, Powys.

Extended detached house Four bedrooms Fitted kitchen, living/dining room plus sitting room Lovely views to front and rear Family bathroom plus ground floor wet room Parking for several vehicles plus garage Large decked area to rear with further lawn area Double glazing and gas heating system National Park location Full description Located in a sought after area of Crickhowell, situated just a short distance from the town centre and within close proximity to both Primary and Secondary schools which are both highly regarded. This well presented property offers family accommodation set out over two floors. To the first floor is enclosed entrance porch onto hallway, fitted kitchen, living/dining room plus sitting room, wet room/shower room, to the first floor are four bedrooms plus family bathroom. Outside are front and rear gardens with parking for several vehicles plus a single garage. The property has double glazing, gas heating system plus lovely view to the front towards Table Mountain and The Darren and to the rear across to Llangattock Escarpment. Crickhowell is a popular small market town situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park and won the 'Best British High Street Award 2018'. It has also been named the best place to live in Wales by the Sunday Times 2019 and one of the ten Welsh locations named the best addresses in Britain. It has a great range of individual local shops, restaurants etc. There is also a library, health centre and as mentioned previously well regards Primary and Secondary schools. There are good road links into the local trunk road network and there is a train station in Abergavenny which is about a 15 minute drive away and links into the Intercity network via Newport. There is also a train link from Ebbw Vale to Cardiff.

4 bed detached house

Llangynidr, Crickhowell, Powys.

Detached Four Bedroom House Popular Village Location Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen & Garden Room & Utility/Cloakroom Family Bathroom & Ensuite Shower Room Gas Central Heating & Fully Double Glazed Landscaped Gardens, Double Garage & Driveway Viewing Highly Recommended Full description A spacious detached house in popular a village location. The accommodation comprises of hallway, two reception rooms, kitchen & garden room, utility/cloakroom, four bedrooms & ensuite, family bathroom, double garage, mature landscaped gardens.

4 bed detached house

Llangynidr,Crickhowell,, NP8

listed on 2019-06-29  Chancellors   

Property Information This Spacious detached property has been well maintained inside and out.The property comprises of two reception rooms, kitchen, conservatory, utility, four bedrooms, double garage and well maintained landscaped gardens.

4 bed bungalow

Lime Trees Avenue, Crickhowell, NP8 1LB

listed on 2019-04-20  PurpleBricks   

An excellent opportunity to purchase a 4/5 bedroom detached bungalow in the sought after village of Llangattock, Set within a well proportioned garden, the bungalow enjoys spectacular views over The Usk Valley and the surrounding countryside of The Brecons Beacon National Park, especially towards Table Mountain, The Sugar Loaf and The Black Mountain range beyond. Llangattock village school is just a few hundred yards walking distance away, whilst the picturesque town of Crickhowell is less than a mile distance away on the opposite bank of The River Usk; within the town there is a wide variety of individual shops, restaurants, etc., as well as schools, library, dental surgery and health centre, further facilities are available in Abergavenny just 7 miles away which includes a main line railway station and general hospital. Two reception rooms, conservatory, study, utility, bathroom and en-suite.

4 bed detached house

Twyn Pandy, Llangynidr, Crickhowell, Powys NP8 1NF

Key Features *Guide Price £330,000 - £360,000* **BRAND NEW DINING ROOM FLOORING & BRAND NEW CONSERVATORY ROOF** 4 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms Conservatory Ideal Family Home Well Presented Throughout Front and Rear Gardens Countryside Views Off Road Parking and Integral Garage Popular Village Location Full Description Tenure: FREEHOLD The Express Estate Agency is proud to offer this Four Bedroom Detached Bungalow – all interest and OFFERS are INVITED. *Guide Price £330,000 - £360,000* INTERNAL: Lounge - Spacious living room with Space for a range of furniture and doors leading to conservatory. Dining Room - Space for range of furniture. New flooring recently fitted. Kitchen - Wall and base units with contrasting worktop, space for a range of appliances and extended worktop into breakfast bar. Conservatory - Views over the rear garden. Space for a range of furniture. Utility Room - Space and plumbing for a variety of appliances, leading on to shower room. New roof recently fitted. Shower Room - Three piece suite comprising shower, wash hand basin and WC. Bathroom - Four piece suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin, WC and bidet. Bedroom One - Double room with front aspect windows. Double fitted wardrobe. Bedroom Two - Double room with front aspect windows. Double fitted wardrobe. Bedroom Three - Double room with side aspect window. Double fitted wardrobe. Bedroom Four - Single room with side aspect window. Double fitted wardrobe. Integral Garage - Single garage reached by paved driveway. EXTERNAL: Front - Driveway providing off road parking and laid to lawn with mature trees. Rear - Spacious decking with room for a variety of outdoor furniture, laid to lawn with hedge boarders and countryside views. Small patio area surrounded by mature shrubs and trees. Early viewing is highly recommended to the property being realistically priced. Disclaimer These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general guideline and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending Purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. Please note that we have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services including gas central heating and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. Furthermore, Solicitors should confirm moveable items described in the sales particulars and, in fact, included in the sale since circumstances do change during the marketing or negotiations. Although we try to ensure accuracy, if measurements are used in this listing, they may be approximate. Therefore, if intending Purchasers need accurate measurements to order carpeting or to ensure existing furniture will fit, they should take such measurements themselves. Photographs are reproduced general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. TENURE To be confirmed by the Vendor’s Solicitors POSSESSION Vacant possession upon completion VIEWING Viewing strictly by appointment through The Express Estate Agency Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

4 bed detached house

Cwmbeth Close, Crickhowell, Powys.

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3 bed detached house

Llangynidr,Powys, NP8

listed on 2019-08-03  Chancellors   

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3 bed house

Darren View, Crickhowell, NP8 1DS

listed on 2019-07-06  PurpleBricks   

' **NO CHAIN** Located on a small estate this family home is convenient to the local schools and just a few minutes walk from the shops and amenities of Crickhowell town centre. This home offers loads of space and loads of potential. The sun room looks onto a tranquil low maintenance garden with small fishpond. Also on offer is a good sized single garage and off street parking. There is a large amount of storage cuboards throughout. A summerhouse and greenhouse are included in the sale. Crickhowell is a picturesque, small market town situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It has a health centre, highly regarded primary and secondary schools, library and an excellent range of individual local shops, restaurants, hotels etc. There are good road links into the local trunk road network and a train station is situated in Abergavenny which is about a ten minute drive away and links into the Intercity network via Newport. There is also a train link from Ebbw Vale. Outside the property, Table Mountain and 'The Darren' dominate the skyline above Darren View. Lounge - 10'0' x 12'9' Dining Room' - 12'1' x 8'2' Sun Room Kitchen - 11'6' x 7'5' Shower Room - 9'2' x 4'9' Bedroom One - 12'9' x 9'2' Bedroom Two - 10'2' x 11'7' Bedroom Three - 9'9' x 6'7' Bathroom - 6'7' x 5'5'