Converted in 2011, Capel Coch is a superbly designed home set in a stunning rural location with panoramic views of the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. As Capel Coch was known to be a very important chapel for the village, the present owners made the decision to retain as many of the original chapel features as possible including the pulpit and the pitched pine cladding. The modern extension sits easily with the original building and has a light and airy reception hall, glass balustrading, and an open plan kitchen/dining room with stunning views from every window and French doors leading into the garden. The well-maintained gardens are predominantly to the front and sides of the house. Mainly comprised of gently sloping lawns, the garden is surrounded on three sides by farmland. There is ample parking space, a double garage and a store/workshop.Location
Situated in a rural setting just 6 miles from the popular market town of Brecon, this property nestles into a quiet corner of the Breconshire countryside. Tredomen is about a mile from the village of Llanfilo and other nearby towns include Talgarth and Hay on Wye (12 miles away) known for its famous literary festival. Crickhowell, 13 miles away, is a small market town with many individual shops and ancient inns. Brecon with it's beautiful cathedral offers a good choice of shopping and leisure amenities. The area around Tredomen is known for its beautiful landscapes, wonderful views and abundance of wildlife. Many local attractions including Llangorse Lake and the Monmouth to Brecon Canal as well as walking in the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains are available for those seeking an active lifestyle.Walk Inside
The bright, open plan kitchen/dining room has a south facing panorama with a view that encompasses the full range of the Brecon Beacons and immediate countryside. It has a beautiful stone floor and the fitted kitchen has a striking black slate worktop, double inset sink, six ring cooking range and recess for a fridge freezer. A small flight of stairs leads you up to the chapel, now an impressive sitting room with oak floors, part vaulted ceilings and exposed pitched pine walls retained from the original building. Windows on both sides reveal superb views. At one end of the room is the original chapel entrance porch and at the other end is the chapel pulpit which forms part of a staircase leading to a landing now used as an office space. There is a low-level window with great views over local farmland and a glass balustrade looking onto the main entrance.
Leading off the landing, there are two double bedrooms with superb views over the mountains, both with ensuite facilities. Bedroom one which has built-in wardrobes with an ensuite bathroom with shower, low-level WC , a vanity wash basin with cupboard and extensive stone tiling. Bedroom two, with its double aspect view of the Black Mountains on one side and the Brecon Beacons on the other, also has a built-in wardrobe. Its ensuite family bathroom is fully tiled with a panelled bath, low-level WC, and a wash basin. Bedroom three, above the chapel, enjoys amazing views of Myndd Troedd and the Black Mountains. The ceiling is the original pitched pine of the chapel and it has a built in wardrobe under the eaves. En-suite bathroom facilities include a low-level WC, corner shower cubicle and a vanity wash basin.Walk Outside
The entrance wall, made of local stone, provides access via an automated 5-bar wooden gate and leads to a spacious gravelled parking area and the timber outbuildings. The gardens are estimated at just over 3/4 of an acre. Well maintained with mature borders and large areas of lawn, specimen trees and beautiful seating areas, there are amazing views over the beautiful and peaceful Brecon countryside.