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

listed on 2020-05-29  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

123.79 acres, Pen Y Caeau Farm, Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys. NP8 1RT, Mid Wales For Sale - £1,475,000 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: 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

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.

5 bed terraced house

Castle Road, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1AP

listed on 2020-04-10  Bidmead Cook   

A fine example of an 18th century townhouse set in magnificent gardens with superb views. Three reception rooms, kitchen/family room, conservatory, five principal bedrooms, attic room, domestic offices, cellar. Photograph shows rear of property.

5 bed detached house

Cwmdu, Crickhowell

listed on 2020-02-14  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £845,000 English & Other headings 5 Bedroom House For Sale in Cwmdu, Crickhowell ROOMS 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. 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. 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

listed on 2020-04-11  Parrys Estate Agents   

Full Details 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.

7 bed 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 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

7 bed detached house

Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1RS

listed on 2020-02-14  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £845,000 English & Other headings 7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in Cwmdu, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1RS ROOMS 7 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

4 bed detached house

Llangynidr, Crickhowell, Powys.

Large Detached House Four Bedrooms, boarded loft Kitchen/Breakfast room Two reception rooms Galleried landing Double garage Large Conservatory/Greenhouse Large garden Oil central heating, double glazing Full description A large detached house offering a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, dining room, work room, utility room and cloakroom to the ground floor, four bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor, large gardens, conservatory/greenhouse, double garage, Double glazing, oil central heating. EPC Pending

4 bed detached house

The Glasbury, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new four bedroom detached property benefiting open plan living and superb views. A landscaped garden to the rear, off road parking and double garage.

4 bed detached house

The Glasbury, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new four bedroom detached property benefiting open plan living and superb views. A landscaped garden to the rear, off road parking and double garage.

4 bed detached house

The Glasbury, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new four bedroom detached property benefiting open plan living and superb views. A landscaped garden to the rear, off road parking and garage.

4 bed detached house

The Glasbury, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new four bedroom detached property benefiting open plan living and superb views. A landscaped garden to the rear, off road parking and garage.

5 bed detached house

Tretower, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1RF

listed on 2020-04-10  Bidmead Cook   

An impressive detached house with some period character designed initially as a five bedroom home, however, currently a spacious three bedroom property. Situated in an historic village in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park with gardens, outbuilding and Victorian skittle alley.

4 bed house

The Green, Llangenny Lane, Crickhowell, NP8 1EX

listed on 2020-04-10  Bidmead Cook   

Beautifully presented four double bedroom executive style property in sought after location. Benefits include study, kitchen/dining/living area, separate lounge, master en-suite and dressing area, garden, garage and off road parking.

4 bed detached house

Crickhowell, Powys

listed on 2020-04-11  Parrys Estate Agents   

Full Details Step Outside The property is approached over a wide tarmac drive which provides parking for several vehicles. The enclosed, private rear garden offers lovely surrounding views and is mainly laid to lawn and split-level terraces with patio areas with pergola. Other pleasant features include a rockery, well-stocked flower beds, mature shrubs and trees and stepping stones which lead to a further enclosed garden area. The large double garage has two sets of wooden double doors to the front, two separate storage areas and side access with wooden steps down to a practical gravelled area. Location The historic town of Crickhowell is a thriving community with independent shops and a good range of amenities including a library, doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries, restaurants, public houses and well-regarded primary and secondary schools within a short walking distance. The town lies on the banks of the River Usk and offers a wide range of recreational and outdoor activities such as walking and cycling. The town is an ideal base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park with walks through beautiful open countryside and along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Abergavenny, circa 6 miles away, offers further facilities including a general hospital and a mainline railway station. Road links within the area are considered excellent with the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road approximately four miles away providing access to the A470 for Cardiff, A4042/A449 for Newport and the M50 and M4 motorways. Services We are advised that mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating system. Tenure We are advised the property is 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. 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 any public footpaths/bridleways. 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.

4 bed detached house

Llangynidr, Crickhowell, NP8 1NW

listed on 2020-03-31  PurpleBricks   

A deceptively spacious four bedroom Grade ll listed detached stone family home enjoying a wealth of character and charm, situated in the sought after Brecon Beacons National Park village of Llangynidr, set in gardens and grounds approaching 1 acre. There are four bedrooms including an attic conversion to provide a master bedroom suite; two reception rooms, a kitchen/ diner, utility room, cloakroom, and a family bathroom. A particular feature of this property is the wonderful grounds of about an acre including a flagstone patio/barbecue area, chicken run, stone outbuilding/store, and off-street parking. Llangynidr is a sought after village and has its own village shop and post office, petrol station, two pubs, primary school, village hall and playing fields etc. Both the River Usk and the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal run through the village making it a superb base for anybody who enjoys access to the outdoors.

4 bed bungalow

Beechwood Road, Crickhowell

listed on 2020-05-20  Fine and Country   

Offers in region of £400,000 English & Other headings 4 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale in Beechwood Road, Crickhowell ROOMS 3 4 2 An immaculately decorated and well-presented bungalow located in a quiet location on the fringe of the popular village of Llangattock. Modernised and extended, this attractive property has superb views of Table Mountain to the front and a private, enclosed rear garden. The stylish glazed front door opens to a spacious L-shaped entrance hall with a beautiful solid oak floor. Doors lead to the principal reception rooms, the bedrooms and the downstairs cloakroom which is fitted with oak units topped with granite. The sitting room has an attractive and contemporary gas fire and features a wide picture window providing a splendid view of Table Mountain. Double doors lead through to a cosy family room, again with mountain views, and on to the kitchen. The large, open-plan kitchen is fitted with a bespoke, handmade range of oak base and wall cupboards topped with granite work surfaces and a matching central island has under-counter storage and space for seating. Other features include a fitted larder cupboard, Welsh slate floor, integrated dishwasher, integrated and plumbed American-style fridge freezer, built-in oven and separate hob with extractor over. The dining area flows from the kitchen and offers ample space for a dining table and chairs with double doors opening onto the rear terrace. Off the kitchen is the utility room with space for white goods, further storage including tall larder unit, sink unit and side access door. Each of the bedrooms and the family bathroom are accessed from the hall. Three of the bedrooms have built-in storage and the master bedroom, with views over the rear garden, has a modern en suite shower room with illuminated mirrors, a range of cupboards and vanity unit with granite top and heated towel rail. The family bathroom was also recently fitted with oak units with granite top and is complemented by slate floor and wall tiles. The bungalow is immaculately presented, with attention to detail and high quality finishes. Outside The property is set back from the road and approached over a tarmac driveway to the front of a single garage with wooden doors. Flanked by beech hedging, the low maintenance front garden features a curved lawn area edged with decorative slate borders. A path leads around the side of the house to the south-facing rear garden, mainly laid to lawn and edged with a herbaceous border. A wide, paved terrace offers plenty of space for an outdoor dining set and the garden is enclosed with a private, yet attractive wooden fence. Views to the rear over surrounding countryside. Location The property is situated on the edge of the village of Llangattock which has a primary school, public house and restaurant and an historic Church. The village is an ideal base for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park with walks through beautiful open countryside and along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. The nearby historic town of Crickhowell is a thriving community with independent shops and a good range of amenities including well-regarded primary and secondary schools, library, doctors’ and dentists’ surgeries, restaurants and public houses. The town lies on the banks of the River Usk and offers a wide range of recreational and outdoor activities such as walking and cycling. Abergavenny, circa 8 miles away, offers further facilities including a general hospital and a mainline railway station. Road links within the area are considered excellent with the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road approximately four miles away providing access to the A470 for Cardiff, A4042/A449 for Newport and the M50 and M4 motorways. Services Mains electricity, gas, water (on meter) and drainage. Gas-fired central heating system. 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. 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 Beautifully presented bungalow in popular edge-of-village location Extended and modernised to provide a contemporary home Open plan kitchen and dining area with doors onto rear terrace Four bedrooms including master suite with shower room Private south-facing rear gardens and large paved terrace Views to front and rear towards surrounding countryside EPC Rating - C Media

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 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.

3 bed semi-detached house

Chapel Field, Llangattock, Crickhowell, NP8 1LJ

listed on 2020-04-10  Bidmead Cook   

Attractive semi-detached property in sought after village location. Benefiting kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms (master en-suite), enclosed rear garden and off road parking with carport.

3 bed semi-detached house

Chapel Field, Llangattock, Crickhowell, NP8 1LJ

listed on 2020-04-10  Bidmead Cook   

Attractive semi-detached property in sought after village location. Benefiting kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms (master en-suite), enclosed rear garden and off road parking with carport.

3 bed semi-detached house

The Llangors, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new three double bedroom semi-detached property having superb views. Benefiting a kitchen/dining room with access to the rear garden, utility, living room, off road parking and garage.

3 bed semi-detached house

The Llangors, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new three double bedroom semi-detached property having superb views. Benefiting a kitchen/dining room with access to the rear garden, utility, living room, off road parking and garage.

3 bed semi-detached house

The Llangors, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new three double bedroom semi-detached property having superb views. Benefiting a kitchen/dining room with access to the rear garden, utility, living room, off road parking and garage.

3 bed semi-detached house

The Llangors, The Cedars, Llangattock, NP8 1LD

listed on 2020-05-16  Bidmead Cook

Brand new three double bedroom semi-detached property having superb views. Benefiting a kitchen/dining room with access to the rear garden, utility, living room, off road parking and garage.