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Llanelieu, Talgarth, Brecon, LD3
Guide price £595,000 | 4 bedrooms

A stunning 4 bedroom barn conversion full of character and charm with exposed stonework and a wealth of natural timber. The property is complimented by attractive gardens and with a large L-shaped range of traditional stone barns, set in a quiet hamlet in the foothills of the Black Mountains Range just 2.5 miles from Talgarth.
 
DESCRIPTION


Court Barn is a most impressive detached 4 bedroom property, located in a pretty rural hamlet in the foothills of the Black Mountains. The property has been converted by the present owners, is full of character and charm incorporating natural stone and a wealth of exposed timbers with quirky features including a large glazed screen at first floor level providing superb views of the Black Mountains from the music room; a Juliet balcony from the master bedroom enjoying rural views, and an attractive mezzanine study area looking onto the kitchen/breakfast room.The property stands on a 0.4 acre site with gardens and extensive 16th & 18th Century L-shaped stone barns. The barns feature a canopy over original cobbled flooring creating a unique walled garden.

LOCATION


Llanelieu is a small hamlet within the Brecon Beacons National Park and in the foothills of the Black Mountains Range, which can clearly be seen from the first floor where there is an uninterrupted view of the rugged scenery. Llanelieu lies approximately 2.5 miles from the market town of Talgarth where there is a supermarket, butchers, primary school, etc. whilst a more comprehensive choice of facilities can be found in Brecon offering a leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema. Hereford is the regional city, approximately 30 miles having a great choice of both shopping and leisure facilities. The property provides good access to local footpath networks and just a short distance away the Black Mountains Range where there are thousands of acres of open moorland for those who enjoy wildlife, walking, etc.

WALK INSIDE


A traditional wood panelled entrance door opens into a character filled Entrance Hall with oak flooring and ceramic tiling; wooden beamed ceiling, galleried landing and natural stonework add to the ambiance of this wonderful space. A door leads to the left into a spacious Sitting Room with windows on each elevation, exposed stonework, wooden beamed ceiling, mixed oak and ceramic tiled flooring and fitted wood burning stove. To the right of the hallway a superb Kitchen/Breakfast Room with vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, trusses and roof lights. A fitted kitchen is enclosed to one corner with a range of fitted units including cupboard and drawer space, 5-ring LPG gas hob, one and a half bowl sink and recess for appliances. To the rear of the first floor is a further Bedroom with exposed timbers, natural stonework and wooden flooring. A staircase leads to the Lower Ground Floor where there is a second Family bathroom with attractive free-standing roll-top bath, wash stand, w.c., ceramic tiled floor and built-in storage. Additionally there is a ground Utility space with Belfast sink, recess for appliances and a spacious Store/Hallway and Cellar with natural stonework and fitted oil fired boiler.




The attractive wooden staircase leads to an attractive open voided Landing Area, with exposed beams and wooden flooring. The landing to the left in turn leads to 2 Bedrooms, both with exposed beams and natural stonework, the larger of the two bedrooms having a Juliet style balcony looking down onto the ground floor sitting area and out across the stunning landscape. A third Single Bedroom is accessed from the right hand side of the landing together with the Study which is a lovely room galleried over the main kitchen/breakfast room, again enjoying tremendous character with exposed beams, wooden flooring, etc. The Family Bathroom has a modern suite including roll-top bath, low flush w.c., wash stand and shower cubicle together with ceramic tiled floor and west facing roof lights. A particular feature of the first floor is the Music Room, located on the eastern side of the building, with large feature windows with spectacular views to the Black Mountains. This room enjoys exposed beams with a vaulted ceiling, slightly raised music area and a Galleried Landing overlooking the sitting room with a secondary staircase leading to the ground floor.

WALK OUTSIDE


A cattle grid leads onto the entrance drive providing access to the Garage/Car-Port and beyond to the wonderful enclosed gardens with mature shrubs and trees, areas of lawn, flower beds and a beautiful stone arch leading to the cottage garden where there are fruit trees, range of vegetable plots, lawns, encompassed by natural stone walls. A particular feature of the property are the beautiful range of L-shaped stone barns providing a superb enclosed storage space and lean-to canopy. The frontage over sails the original cobbled barn forecourt. The barns are segmented into different sections including the Old Hay Barn, cow sheds, etc., now principally used for storage purposes.
 

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