♦ Set In Approx. 26 Acres Of Parkland Like Paddocks & Grounds
♦ Character Four Bedroom House
♦ Superb One Bedroom Annex / Cottage (Good Income Potential)
♦ Beautiful Secluded Rural Location
♦ NO UPWARD CHAIN
Price Guide £595,000 Under OfferRef: JN4824
A character detached house with biomass central heating via pellet boiler (producing income of approx. 3k pa) until 2022. The accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows:
Rear Entrance Lobby tiled floor, radiator, window
Kitchen 15’9 max x 12’8 max (about 4.8m x 3.9m) bespoke fitted kitchen in Duck Egg Blue, mainly base units, cupboards and drawers, inset sink, mixer tap, two windows, wall display units, four ring hob, Smart Biomass boiler with hot plate, built-in oven, high ceiling, exposed beams, two Velux rooflights
Utility Room 14’ max x 5’7 max (about 4.3m x 1.7m) two rear windows, inset sink and drainer, space & plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, wall & base units, radiator, tiled flooring
Dining Room 16’ max x 10’5 max (about 4.9m x 3.2m) high ceiling, two end windows, radiator, serving hatch to kitchen, door to:
Bedroom 16’ x 9’3 widening to 11’8 (about 4.9m x 2.8m/3.6m) high ceiling, two windows, radiator, electric heater
En Suite 12’7 x 4’9 widening to 5’6 (about 3.8m x 1.4m/1.7m) double shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, bath with mixer tap, window, tiled floor, ladder towel rail
Living Room 15’3 max x 13’3 max (about 4.6m x 4m) fireplace with wood-burning stove, front window, radiator
Original Reception Hall 14’9 max x 9’8 max (about 4.5m x 3m) stairs to first floor, glazed front door, window, radiator
Ground Floor Shower Room double shower cubicle with drench head shower, wash hand basin, cupboard below, ladder towel rail, WC, tiled floor, window
Landing loft hatch, airing cupboard with pressurised water system
Bedroom L-shaped 15’4 max narrowing to 7’7 x 13’4 max narrowing to 9’6 (about 4.6m/2.3m x 4m/2.9m) two front windows, radiator
Bedroom 15’2 x 10’3 (about 4.6m x 3.1m) inc built-in wardrobes, front window, radiator
Bedroom 13’3 x 6’8 (about 4m x 2m) window, radiator
Bathroom bath with shower over, wash hand basin, WC, window, ladder towel rail
FELIN FACH COTTAGE / ANNEX a former water mill converted to provide a detached annex currently utilised as a holiday cottage with 5 star rating from Visit Wales.
The property has underfloor heating and oak flooring and the accommodation with approx. room sizes is as follows:
Entrance Lobby 7’6 x 4’5 (about 2.3m x 1.4m) glazed front door & side panel, doors to:
Cloakroom WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor, hot water tank, room for freezer, cupboard housing LPG Worcester Boiler
Kitchen 9’8 x 9’2 (about 3m x 2.8m) range of wall and base units, worksurfaces, built-in oven, stainless steel sink, mixer tap, LPG hob, extractor above, integral washing machine & dishwasher, two Velux windows
Living / Dining Room 17’3 x 15’ (about 5.2m x 4.6m) corner stone fireplace with wood-burning stove, exposed beams, two windows to front, French doors to side, stairs to first floor
Bedroom 17’ x 14’ (about 5.2m x 4.3m) two Velux windows, front window, French doors to balcony, exposed a-frame
Balcony providing a pleasant seating area with lovely views
Staircase to ground floor
Bathroom 9’8 x 9’2 (about 2.9m x 2.8m) bath, shower enclosure, wash hand basin, WC, feature window
Price Guide £595,000Under OfferRef: JN4824
OUTSIDE & OUTBUILDINGS
Approached off a country lane via an initial trackway, with the property’s land on either side, there is then a bridge over the little river leading to the front of the house and buildings and a large parking and turning area. There are the following outbuildings with approx. sizes:
Dutch Barn 30’ x 16’4 (about 9m x 5m) with Lean-to 30’ x 18’6 (about 9m x 5.7m) on concrete base with light and power
Former Goat House / Stone Barn 21’ overall avr x 13’9 (about 6.4m x 4.2m) divided into two rooms providing useful storage, slate flooring (scope conversion stpc)
Further Store Room 14’8 max x 11’ (about 4.5m x 3.3m) front covered area and outside seating area
Stone Barn (utilised as office) comprising:
Entrance Hall 7’5 x 6’ (about 2.3m x 1.8m)
Cloakroom wash hand basin, WC
Office Area 12’3 x 11’ (about 3.7m x 3.3m) electric heater, window, light, telephone connected
GARDENS, GROUNDS & LAND
The gardens and grounds as well as the lovely parkland like land are particular features of this property. On either side of the entrance trackway there are two areas, one which has an orchard and the other front field fronting the country lane, providing amenity land with gated access, and a number of planted areas. Opposite the house there are lawned gardens that border the small stream whilst the main pleasure gardens lie to the rear of the house which comprise beautiful gardens and grounds with numerous perennial beds having a wide variety of perennial shrubs and plants and trees, again part bordered by the pretty river, with a footbridge across to a pretty and secluded paddock area.
There is also a beautiful formal vegetable growing garden with a number of beds and a greenhouse. There is also a further field with a Polytunnel adjoining.
The main balance of the land comprises six fields of mainly level or very gently sloping / undulating pastureland / meadows, with beautiful views. There are a variety of trees within the land providing natural shelter for stock, and the paddocks are extensively stock-fenced with some hedging. We understand from the vendors that they are certified organic and grazed on a tack basis by a local farmer in exchange for maintenance of the land and boundaries. We understand that there is one footpath, which has been rarely used in the vendor’s ownership of the property.
IN ALL APPROX. 26 ACRES or thereabouts
(About 11 Hectares)
Price Guide £595,000Under OfferRef: JN4824
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