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Llanspyddid, Brecon, Powys, LD3
Guide price £745,000 | 3 bedrooms | 11.0 acres

A character detached three bedroomed farmhouse with a stone barn, further outbuildings and approximately 11 acres of land in a quiet south facing position with glorious views to the Beacons, and just three miles from the outskirts of Brecon.

DESCRIPTION
Tyisha is a smallholding with a detached cottage style farmhouse, various character outbuildings and approximately 11 acres of land that sits in a stunning location close to an open common, with wonderful south facing views to the Brecon Beacons. Quietly located at the end of a well-made lane, it enjoys peace and quiet yet is only 5 minutes' drive from the edge of Brecon, with rapid access to the A40 and A470 Trunk roads. The nearby Mynydd Illtyd common offers superb scenery which is ideal for walking, riding and biking with breath-taking views. The farmhouse was modernised about 35 years ago, so is a little dated in part, but offers a great opportunity for upgrading into a fine family home. It's outbuildings and approximately 11 acres of land make it ideal as a working smallholding, for self-sufficiency, equestrian use, work from home space, or simply as a lovely home with control over the land around you.

LOCATION
It's location - just off the Brecon to Mynydd Illtyd road is its main feature - combining convenience to local amenities with privacy. Merthyr Tydfil and the Heads of the Valleys road are just 20 minutes away and Cardiff is less than hour. There is dual carriageway access to the motorways at Abergavenny which is approximately half an hour away. Brecon is a most attractive market town within the Brecon Beacons National Park, offering excellent facilities for a town of its size. This includes a range of supermarkets, canal side theatre, leisure centre, public and secondary schools, small hospital, busy doctor's practice and a wide range of social facilities comprising pubs, hotels, restaurants and coffee shops.

WALK INSIDE
A traditional entrance porch leads in to a lovely open hallway with stairs leading to the first floor and attractive wood flooring. Off to the right is a spacious sitting room with windows on two sides, natural stone fireplace with fitted stove and television shelf. On the opposite side of the hallway is the kitchen/breakfast room with a deep recessed fireplace with built-in wood burner, range of fitted cupboards along one wall including cupboard and drawer space, single oven with 4-ring electric hob and single bowl sink. To the rear of the hallway is a rear utility area with fitted base units with single bowl sink, recess for washing machine, heating apparatus associated with the ground source heat pump, built-in cupboard and w.c. closest with low level w.c. and wash basin

First Floor
The first floor landing has exposed timbers and doors leading to each of the 3 bedrooms. The main bedroom has exposed roof timbers, Velux roof lights and partial sloping ceiling. The second and third bedrooms also have exposed roof timbers and are both capable of receiving a double bed . The bathroom comprises of a bath, shower cubicle, low level w.c., pedestal wash basin and built-in linen cupboard.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached via a well-made private track which gives access to the farmyard where there is ample parking in turn. The property has private gardens to the South and West comprising a further parking area, sunny patio, lawns, flowerbeds etc. with the latter enjoying extensive views of the Brecon Beacons.

OUTBUILDINGS
On the opposite side of the farm yard from the house is a range of traditional buildings which include a traditional stone barn (approx. 11.35m x 5.3m) with double doors to front and folding inner doors; corrugated iron lean-to to the rear (8.5m x 3.4m) offering basic but useful storage; open 2-bay carport behind which is a former cowshed (approx. 11m x 6.7m) of brick construction. There is a further brick machinery store, the roof needing some attention.

LAND
The property consists of the main farmyard area plus a number of small paddocks and a small area of woodland. In total amounting to approximately 11 acres.

NOTE
There is a right of way over the access lane which leads to the farmstead which is also a public footpath, this has been used by the property by over 50 years and such rights will be conveyed to that effect.

 

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