Scuborwen is a superb semi-detached family home which was converted in 2006 to incorporate a wealth of character and exposed timbers. It offers around 240 sq. m of internal living accommodation to include an extremely spacious sitting room, galleried landing, bespoke handmade kitchen units and a fantastic living room with central wood burner.The property stands in around 1.9 acres to include formal gardens and a useful paddock, ideal for livestock or ponies. Within the garden is a stand-alone former garage which is currently used as a gym although could be converted back into a garage subject to the removal of the glazed doors and windows. Alongside is a small workshop and above a further room capable of domestic use subject to minor building works.This modern conversion enjoys double glazed windows and an oil fired central heating system with underfloor heating at ground level.Location
A particular feature of Scuborwen is its proximity to Brecon town, although set in rural surroundings Brecon is just 2.5 miles away!! Scuborwen is one of just 4 properties which originally formed a single farmstead, including the original farmhouse and now 3 barn conversions. They are positioned around a traditional courtyard although the principle aspect of the property is to the rear where the gardens and paddock are located.Brecon is a well serviced market town offering a good choice of both shopping and leisure facilities which include a leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema. Major road links provide good access to the rail links at Abergavenny or Merthyr whilst the M4 can be access at Newport within around 1 hour.Walk Inside
This delightful property is entered via a solid entrance door which leads into the spacious kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a bespoke handmade kitchen around two walls to include a central island with seating area. Within the kitchen is a 'rangemaster' cooker and double bowl sink with tiled floor which extends into the rear hallway from where there is access into a spacious utility room and a ground floor shower room. Off the kitchen is the spacious sitting/ dining room with beautiful wooden flooring and feature stone firebreast housing a wood burning stove. A freestanding oak staircase leads to the first floor whilst the original barn openings are fully glazed to both front and rear providing good levels of light. On the opposite side of the kitchen and approached via a pair of glazed doors is the living room with beautiful wooden flooring and exposed roof trusses together with a centrally located wood burning stove and extensive glazing and doors leading onto the rear garden terrace. To one end of the living room is a small office and large cupboard.The first floor, accessed via an open landing area provides 5 bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom, a large double room, has an ensuite Shower room and a dressing room all complimented with several built-in storage cupboards. There are two further double rooms and two single rooms, many having built-in storage space. The family bathroom has a modern white suite to include a corner bath, shower cubicle, wash basin and low flush WC. The first floor has a wealth of exposed timber features adding to the charm of the accommodation.Walk Outside
A parking area is situated to the front of the property, enclosed by an attractive stone wall with paved parking area and shingle covered gardens. The primary garden is located to the rear which includes a great lawned enclosure with flagstone patio and views towards the Brecon Beacons mountain range. There is a secondary parking area to the rear and a superb outbuilding, formerly a garage, but now used as a family Gym with glazed doors to the front. Alongside is a workshop and external steps leading to the first floor which is currently used for storage but capable of use as an office or playroom.The property is complimented by a rectangular shaped paddock ideal for livestock or poniesServices
The property is connected to a shared non mains water supply, private drainage and mains electricity. Heating is via an oil fired boiler.