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  • Idyllic & Secluded Rural Retreat 
  • Set in Approx. 2 Acres with Spectacular Views
  • Charming 3 Bedroom Detached Period House 
  • Paddock & Wildlife Pond
  • Useful Outbuildings (Scope Conversion to Holiday Let Subject to Planning Permission)


An opportunity to acquire a rural secluded retreat in a beautiful location with far reaching views to the Brecon Beacons and over the beautiful Welsh countryside.  The property offers peace and seclusion and the views to the Black Mountain and the Beacons beyond have to be seen to be fully appreciated. 

We understand that there has been a house on the site since the 16 Century, and as well as the house there is a useful outbuilding which has scope for conversion to, ancillary accommodation/holiday let, subject to the necessary planning permissions being obtained.

The property lies a short distance from the historic town of Llandovery which has the ruins of a castle and a range of shops and public houses, as well as the prestigious Llandovery College.  The town is also situated on The Heart of Wales railway line which provides a direct link to Swansea and on towards London, and Shrewsbury to the North.

The A40 on the north side of Llandovery also offers a link across the Brecon Beacons and back to Monmouthshire, Ross on Wye and the now toll free Severn Bridge beyond.

The property lies in just under two acres of land which comprises a paddock area and a large wildlife pond.  The latter being isolated by fencing for child safety.  The Vendors also feel that the field may well provide the perfect site for solar self sufficiency in the future, subject to the necessary planning permissions being obtained.

Price Guide £369,950 Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN4782


A detached period house with solid fuel central heating plus oil burner (two radiators), and double glazing virtually throughout.

In the Agents opinion the property has much charm and character. The accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows:

Ground Floor

Side Entrance door leading to:

Conservatory 15’8 x 6’2 (about 4.8m x 1.9m) lovely view to front

Sitting Room 15’5 x 9’11 (about 4.7m x 3m) window, oil burning stove in fireplace, radiator, beams

Living Room 17’7 x 14’8 (about 5.3m x 4.5m) front window, Inglenook fireplace, beams, lovely views, stairs to first floor

Kitchen 17’5 x 10’7 (about 5.3m x 3.2m) front and rear window, solid fuel fired Aga for cooking and central heating, quarry tiled flooring, fitted units, work surfaces, stainless steel sink

Winding stairs leading to:

Landing radiator

Bedroom 11’7 x 8’4 (about 3.5m x 2.5m) front window, lovely views, radiator

Inner Corridor

Bedroom 17’7 x 9’10 (about 5.3m x 3m) end window, rear window, Victorian style fireplace (sealed), airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater, radiator

Bathroom window, corner bath with mixer tap, separate shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, radiator

Bedroom 17’ x 9’10 (about 5.2m x 3m) front and end windows, beautiful views, radiator


Price Guide £369,950Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN4782


The property is approached by a long farm trackway which has been substantially improved by the Vendors in 2017/2018 (not suitable for low sports cars). 

This track way leads on and up into the property with a fairly steep incline, leading up to a side parking and turning area. 

The house has two gardens to the front (one of which has a small pond) 

There are the following outbuildings with approx. sizes:

Situated off the driveway there is a:

                Stone Barn 35’ x 17’ (about 10.7m x 5.2m) double doors

                Attached Garage 12’11 x 8’3’ (about 4m x 2.5m) with septic tank to rear

There is also a large Outbuilding which the vendors have utilised for temporary accommodation in the past and may well suit conversion to a more formal holiday let/ancillary accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permissions being obtained. 

The building comprises:

Room 16’2 x 13’ (about 4.9m x 4m) solid fuel Rayburn, stainless steel sink, drainer, tiled flooring, steps up to:

Mezzanine Area (Potential Bedroom) 14’4 ‘ x 9’2 (about 4.4m x 2.8m) two windows

Bathroom 12’6 x 6’8 (about 3.8m x 2.1m) window, bath, wash hand basin, radiator, WC

Workshop 16’2 x 14’6 (about 4.9m x 4.4m)

Coal Shed 16’3 x 10’ (about 5m x 3m)

Store Room 16’2 x 9’8 (about 4.9m x 2.9m)

To the rear of the house there is a banked area with trees at the very top, and a field with an approx. 50’ wildlife pond, home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. This has been fenced for child safety. There is a main field of gently sloping pastureland with spectacular views


 (About 0.8 Hectares)

Price Guide £369,950Sold. Similar properties required.Ref: JN4782