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Llanddew, Brecon, Powys, LD3
£395,000 | 5 bedrooms

Property features

• Imposing central Village former farmhoue
• 5 bedroom and 3 reception rooms
• Many character features
• Scope for improvement

A spacious period former farmhouse in a central village location filled with character features and offering scope for improvement. Accommodation include 5 bedrooms, 3 large reception rooms, study, kitchen and utility together with a useful range of outbuildings and garden.

Description
Ty Gwyn house is the original farmhouse for the adjoining courtyard of traditional farm buildings which are now residential units. It is situated centrally within the village backing onto St David's Church and fronting on to the crossroads in the heart of this popular village just a few miles from Brecon.The property provides spacious accommodation over three floors, filled with character including exposed timbers, large inglenook fireplaces, natural stonework and offers great potential for improvement works to form a fine family home.Vehicular access to the property is via the shared courtyard adjacent to the property which leads to a private parking area and beyond a series of small outbuildings ideal to create a home office or simply for garden storage.

Location
The property is set in the heart of this popular village just a mile or so form the market town of Brecon. Llanddew enjoys a great community spirit with a community run village hall which accommodates a number of local clubs. The road network leading from the village provides great access for local walks and just a short distance away between Brecon and Llanddew are the Brecon Groves, a lovely scenic wooded area ideal for those who enjoy dog walking.Brecon offers a great choice of local amenities including, supermarkets, leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema and with good road links via the A40 and the A470 giving great access into the regional cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Newport or to the M4 near the Severn Bridge from where there is access into the heart of England

Walk Inside
This historic village property is approached via a small entrance porch which leads into the entrance hall with a beautiful period staircase leading up to the first floor. A traditional door leads off to the right into one of the main living rooms with exposed beamed ceiling, large stone open fireplace, a window overlooking the garden with a window seat and a small door leading into the understairs cupboard.To the left of the hallway is a second large reception room with extremely deep recessed stone fireplace with featured shelving and bread oven together with exposed ceiling timbers. The dining room is complemented with two exposed wooden ceiling beams and a further door leads to the front garden with an enclosed second staircase leading to the first floor. Beyond is an inner hallway off which is a ground floor study or potential bedroom, a shower room with suite including low level w.c wash basin and shower cubicle. The kitchen includes a range of fitted units along three walls including extensive cupboard and drawer space, built-in oven and electric hob together with one and half bowl sink. Off the kitchen is an extremely useful utility room with tiled floor, fitted base unit and a Worcester oil fired boiler.


The main first floor landing has an attractive original timber floor with a further staircase leading to the second floor. There are two bedrooms off this landing, a small double room with pedestal wash basin and an extremely large double bedroom with cupboard concealing a vanity sink unit. There is a family bathroom with a pink suite including panelled bath, low level w.c, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle. The first floor also affords a third double bedroom which can be accessed from the secondary staircase, this room offers a vanity wash basin and houses the airing cupboard which conceals the hot water storage tank. The staircase off the main landing leads to a further two rooms within the roof space having slightly restricted headroom at the outer edges but ideal as the fourth and fifth bedroom if the space is required. Alternatively they would make an ideal study or children's playroom.

Walk Outside
The property sits on the edge of a traditional courtyard development of residential units with a right of way providing access to the parking area. Beyond is a range of useful outbuildings including a former garage and alongside a concrete block store shed together with stone outbuilding ideal for garden storage. The garden is mostly lawned with a selection of mature trees together with a paved patio area and a further pedestrian gate leading to the village green. To the rear of the property is the village church.

 

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