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Cwmygerwyn, Bleddfa, LD7
Offers over £600,000 | 5 bedrooms | 14.5 acres

An absolute hidden gem sitting in a secluded valley within the stunning Radnor Forest, with approximately 14.5 acres of organic pasture, species-rich meadowland and just one near neighbour. This 17th century farmhouse built around a Medieval Hall House (with some medieval features still visible) and with Victorian (former shooting lodge) and more recent additions, offers almost 2000 square feet of accommodation giving exceptional versatility for use as a substantial, single residence or as two properties, ideal for multiple family use or for letting/holiday accommodation as currently used. In addition there are beautiful barns offering potential to extend the accommodation by a further 500 - 1000 square feet if required (subject to planning). On the market for the first time in over 50 years this is an outstanding opportunity to acquire a truly special home.

Set in the heart of the Radnor Forest, within the Cwm y Gerwyn valley a short distance from the village of Bleddfa ("the place of the wolf"), the Old Farmhouse and Lodge nestle in a sheltered spot above the confluence of two streams. With views over its own land and to the surrounding forest and hills, this is a truly stunning location.

Sellers' Insight
The Old Farm and Lodge cottages have been owned and cherished by us for 54 years. Back in 1968 our parents set out, with us, to find a holiday home in mid-Wales, armed with a long list of Forestry Commission homes for sale at that time. From our first glimpse of the Cwm Y Gerwyn valley, from a track high in the forest above, we knew we had to look no further! We were spellbound by the tranquil, secluded beauty of the valley, the lush, colourful meadowland, the character of the cottages and barns, and the endless opportunities for walking, bird watching, star gazing (without urban light pollution) and other outdoor activities right from the door. We, along with hundreds of guest holidaymakers over the years, have enjoyed them ever since. We'll be sad to lose them but will be confident that their new owners will love them as we have.

Walk Inside

Farmhouse Kitchen
3.90m x 2.90m (12'10" x 9'6")
Rear aspect windows. Overhead and base fitted units. Quarry tiled flooring.

Breakfast Room
3.00m x 2.40m (9'10" x 7'10")
Original slate flag stone flooring. Side aspect window. beams. Steps down to Reception Room/Dining Room

Views over the pasture land to the Radnor forest. Original slate flag stone flooring. Storage. Stairs rising to the first floor.

Reception Room
5.00m x 4.20m (16'5" x 13'9")
Windows with views over the pasture land to the Radnor forest. Window seat. Original slate flagstone flooring and beams. Fireplace with log burner. Bread oven and 17th century alcove.

Original slate flag stone flooring. Window and door to the garden. Connecting door to the Lodge.

With side aspect window.

4.30m x 2.80m (14'1" x 9'2")
South-facing window with extensive views over the pastureland to the Radnor Forest. Floorboards and beams. Large storage cupboard and hanging space. Door to additional bedroom.

4.00m x 2.60m (13'1" x 8'6")
Window with view to woodland. Floorboards and beams. Storage and Airing Cupboard.

3.20m x 2.60m (10'6" x 8'6")
West-facing window with view to woodland. Floorboards, beams including exposed original medieval Cruck Beam.

3.20m x 1.60m (10'6" x 5'3")
WC, basin and bath with shower.

Lodge Kitchen
3.80m x 2.50m (12'6" x 8'2")
Rear and side aspect windows. Overhead and base fitted units. Porch.

Breakfast Room
2.10m x 1.90m (6'11" x 6'3")
Original slate flagstone flooring. Store cupboard.

Reception Room / Dining Room
5.50m x 4.30m (18'1" x 14'1")
South-facing window with views over the pastureland to the Radnor Forest. Original slate flagstone flooring, beams and a fireplace with log burner. Stairs rising to the first floor.

Access to garden.

Half Landing and WC

With window to woodland. Airing and Store cupboard.

3.20m x 1.80m (10'6" x 5'11")
Window with view to woodland. Floorboards and beams.

1.80m x 1.70m (5'11" x 5'7")
Skylight window. Floorboard. Bath with shower. WC and basin.

4.30m x 3.70m (14'1" x 12'2")
South-facing windows with extensive views over the pastureland to the Radnor Forest. Beams. Floorboards.

Walk Outside
There is an attached, two storey barn, measuring 10.5m x 5.0m. This is subdivided to form a stable/wood store at one end. There is a detached stone barn measuring 14.0m x 6.0m. Both barns have many original features including slate flooring and triangular ventilation openings, reflecting their traditional use for hay storage and sheltering livestock. There are lawned gardens around the property and approximately 14.5 acres of fenced organic pasture and species rich meadowland with natural water supply, and field shelter.


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