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Llangorse, Brecon, Powys, LD3
Offers over £400,000 | 3 bedrooms | 6.0 acres

Property features

• Fantastic development opportunity
• 3 bedroom 1960's house
• About 6.5 acres of gardens and grounds
• Edge of Llangorse Village
• Foothills of Black Moutains
• Close to Llangorse Lake
• Viewing appoinments available on 4th June 2022

A fantastic opportunity to acquire a detached 1960's family home in need of renovation/ remodelling and standing in around 6.5 acres of gardens and grounds. Set on the outskirts of the popular village of Llangorse in the foothills of the Black Mountains and just a short distance from Llangorse Lake.

***Viewing appointments available on 4th June 2022.***

The sale of Ty Clai offers a rare opportunity to purchase a renovation project within the Brecon Beacons National Parks. The 3 bedroom house which was built in the 1960's stands in grounds of about 6.5 acres, a mixture of pastureland and extended gardens with a range of various outbuildings.The house itself has an extended ground floor footprint which had provided useful extra accommodation for the present owners. Overall the house offers a fantastic opportunity to create a Grand Designs type modern home in a fabulous location (subject to the usual planning permissions).

Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Llangorse just a few miles from the Black Mountains and a short distance from Llangorse Lake. Both attractions offering a wide range of walking opportunities and for the more adventurous sailing on Llangorse Lake. The village has a public house, primary school and a recently opened community shop. The regional market town of Brecon lies about 6 miles to the West where there are a comprehensive choice of local shops, supermarkets, a leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema. Crickhowell and Abergavenny can be found in an easterly direction, about 8 miles and 12 miles respectively, Abergavenny offering a railway station with good links to the country.

Walk Inside
The property is approached via an irregular shaped hallway from where there is access into the spacious sitting room having sliding doors leading to the garden, natural stone fireplace with wood burner, fitted shelving and 1960s style staircase leading to the first floor. Beyond is the kitchen/breakfast room, with a range of traditional units around 3 walls including built-in double oven and hob, recess for appliances, windows to both front and rear and ''Grant' oil fired boiler (Un-tested). Beyond the kitchen is a utility area with ground floor w.c. and access to a rear porch from where there is access into the challet style extension providing a further 52 sq m of accommodation.

First Floor
The spacious first floor landing has windows looking out onto the rear garden and provides access to each of the 3 double bedrooms and the family bathroom having a suite which comprises of panelled bath, w.c. and wash hand basin.

The property is approached via a gated entrance which gives access into a large garden area with plenty of parking and a series of general outbuildings including wood stores and covered areas. Subject to improvement they would be ideal for workshops, hobbies, etc. There are lawns immediately surrounding the house with a series of mature trees separating a much larger garden area which is currently wild but offering great potential. Alongside is a lovely level paddock of approximately 5 acres, ideal for the keeping of livestock, ponies etc.


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