Tay A Thir is a beautifully situated property that overlooks stunning Breconshire scenery that encapsulates the Brecon Beacons Mountain Range including Pen Y Fan and Corn Ddu, as well as the Black Mountains and Talgarth. The property lies a short distance from the Wye Valley and is approximately equidistance between Hay-on-Wye and Brecon.The property includes a 3 bedroom main cottage with sitting room, kitchen and dining area and attached an extremely useful 2 bedroom annex ideal for holiday lets or extended accommodation.LOCATION
Located in a beautiful part of Breconshire and just outside the National Park with views over stunning scenery to the distant mountains which include the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. The nearest village is Llyswen where there is a petrol station, village pub and primary school, although Brecon and Hay are approximately equidistance, both approximately 8 miles and each offering a good choice of facilities to include supermarkets and convenience stores and in Brecon a leisure centre complex, theatre, cinema. A short drive north of the property the road opens onto the immense Brechfa Common, one of the most scenic and beautiful parts of the area, with Brechfa Pool being a Site of Special Scientific Interest enjoying several rare plants and being a haven for wildlife. Brechfa Pool with the mountains behind is reputed to be one of the most painted views in this part of Wales. The surrounding lanes provide wonderful riding, walking and cycling.WALK INSIDE
A stone flagged entrance path leads to the front door and into the ceramic floor tiled Entrance Hall from where stairs lead to the first floor. Off to the right is a lovely Sitting Room with beamed ceiling, stoned feature recesses and 2 windows with the most magnificent views over Breconshire countryside to the prominent Brecon Beacons in the distance, which is a theme of the entire property. To the rear of the entrance hall is a Utility Room with oil fired boiler, ceramic tiled floor, door to garden and Separate W.C. Closest with low level w.c. and wash basin. To the side is a fitted Kitchen with a range of fitted units including cupboard and drawer space, single bowl sink, recessed dishwasher and built-in oven, there is an opening to the Dining Room with beamed ceiling and laminate flooring.
The First Floor Landing provides access to each of the Bedrooms; the main bedroom has part sloping ceiling with exposed roof timbers, windows with beautiful views and an En-Suite Shower Room consisting of a built-in shower unit, pedestal sink and low flush w.c. The other 2 bedrooms also enjoy south facing windows together with exposed roof timbers and one having a large recessed walk-in storage cupboard. The Family Bathroom has a white suite comprising a panelled bath, low flush w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin.THE ATTACHED ANNEX
An internal link door provides access into the adjoining cottage annex which also has an entrance door and lobby to the front, off which is the Sitting Room with windows on 2 elevations with superb views and a Kitchen/Diner with fitted base units, built-in oven and hob, single bowl sink, ceramic tiled floor which extends rearwards into a rear hall with W.C. closet. At First floor are 2 further Bedrooms, both with south facing views and a small Bathroom with panelled bath, w.c. and wash basin.WALK OUTSIDE
Access to the property is off the adjoining country lane which leads via a pair of wooden gates into a tarmacadam driveway with parking area which extends around to the rear of the house with plenty of space for many cars. The immediate gardens are stocked with mature shrubs together with lawns and beyond a small area currently used as a chicken run but equally could be used as a kitchen garden.THE LAND
The ground is divided into 4 fields estimated at 11.5 acres in total. All laid to permanent grass with a selection of mature trees and hedgerows. One of the fields is occupied by a neighbouring farmer under license until December 2019, after which the license will end. The grounds are complimented by an extremely useful 4-bay Farm Building constructed of steel portal frame with concrete block and profile cladding. The building is ideal for the keeping of livestock, although currently separated into 4 looseboxes, a livestock pen and plenty of room for storage of hay, implements, etc.NOTE
Please note that one of the fields is occupied by a neighbouring farmer under license who has occupation of the field until the end of December 2019. Please note there is another dwelling situated immediately behind Tay A Thir.