♦ Detached Five Bedroom Period Farmhouse
♦ Approx. 6 Acres
♦ Range of Outbuildings
♦ Stunning Rural Location with Wonderful Views
♦ In the Brecon Beacons National Park
Price Guide £674,950 Ref: RP4974
A five bedroom detached period farmhouse which has been subject to renovation and various extensions by previous owners. Internally the residence has been renovated in a manner that retains and enhances a wealth of period features. There are large stone fireplaces, a spiral stone staircase, exposed timbers, flagstone floors and white washed walls to name but a few. It has double glazing and improvements include a modern fitted kitchen with underfloor heating, modern bathroom suites and the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:
PORCH with internal door to:
RECEPTION ROOM 18’ x 15’7 (about 5.5m x 4.7m) window front, two storage heaters, exposed timber beams and lintels, wood burner, door to:
PORCH / BOOT ROOM perfect for the dogs after a long walk, door to garden
SNUG / PLAY ROOM 12’1 x 10’11 (about 3.6m x 3.3m) window to front with lovely views, door to side, door to:
UTILITY ROOM 12’7 x 4’9 (about 3.8m x 1.4m) door and window to rear, base storage units, stainless steel sink unit plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer
SITTING ROOM 24’ 2 x 17’5 (about 7.3m x 5.2m) dual aspect, bread oven, stunning 16th century inglenook fireplace with woodburner, exposed timber beams and lintels, two storage heaters, stairs to first floor, door to:
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 27’3 x 9’2 (about 8.3m x 2.7m) stable style door to side, electric cooker and hob, stainless steel double sink, flagstone floor, stable style door to garden
LANDING with doors to:
BEDROOM ONE 15’ x 10’3 (about 4.6m x 3.1m) double patio doors to rear giving direct access onto the fields, two windows to rear, built-in storage, multifuel burner, storage heater, door to:
ENSUITE window to side, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, storage heater, built-in storage
BATHROOMwindow to side, chrome heated towel rail, hand basin set in a vanity unit with storage, WC, bath, shower cubicle, part tiled walls
BEDROOM TWO 18’4 x 14’2 (about 5.6m x4.3m) two windows to front with magnificent views, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and truss, built-in storage, storage heater
From the landing steps lead down to:
BEDROOM THREE (converted hay loft) 15’5 x 13’7 (about 4.6m x 4.1m) windows to front and rear with lovely views, storage heater
BEDROOM FOUR 11’11 x 7’7 (about 3.6m x 2.3m) window to side overlooking garden, storage heater, built-in storage
BEDROOM FIVE 14’2 x 6’ (about 4.3m x 1.8m) window to side overlooking garden, storage heater, built-in storage
Price Guide £674,950Ref: RP4974
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
Laswern Fawr is accessed off a single lane tarmacadam road which leads to a farm track down to the yard and farmhouse. There is ample parking to the side of the property with a metal five bar gate leading on to the Dutch barn and land.
To the front of the farmhouse there is a flagstone courtyard patio with stone walls. There are gardens to the side incorporating a mixture of lawned areas and herbaceous shrubs. There is an additional patio area with stone table and benches. The current vendors have created a raised vegetable bed and duck pond within the garden. The pond is screened from the house by natural hedging and is fenced off from one of the paddocks.
Conveniently attached to the farmhouse is a LOG STORE of timber construction
Accessed off the main driveway and garden are the following buildings with approximate sizes:
FORMER COW SHED 38’ x 18’ (about 11.5m x 5.5m) of timber and stone construction, door to front, mezzanine storage, lighting
DUTCH BARN 45’ x 21’ (about 13.7m x 6.4m) steel framed, enclosed on two sides
Adjacent to the garden area there are the following:
WORKSHOP / STORE 16’9 x 15’9 (about 5.1m x 4.8m) of stone construction with two windows to rear, doors to each side, lighting
FURTHER STORE 14’9 x 7’3 (about 4.5m x 2.2m) of stone and timber construction, currently used as a chicken coop
Within one of the paddocks there are
TWO MOBILE STABLES and TACK ROOM of timber construction on skids.
The land offers excellent grazing and would suit either equestrian or smallholding use.
The vendors currently use the land for grazing horses, alpacas, sheep and goats and have recently renewed the fencing with post and wire. The land is separated into four main paddocks, three of which have water troughs. The majority of the land is flat / gently sloping which allows it to drain naturally.
Within the top field there is a HARDSTANDING area with power and water, currently used for a holiday caravan to take advantage of the spectacular views.
Agents note: The vendor informs us that the access to the property is an ancient drovers lane and is now classed as a bridleway.
IN ALL APPROX. 6.2 ACRES (About 2.5 Hectares)
Price Guide £674,950Ref: RP4974
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