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Newbridge-on-Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1
Guide price £490,000 | 3 bedrooms | 3.0 acres

Rural country home, comprising 3 bedroom stone house, traditional outbuildings and pasture paddock, in total extending to approximately 3 acres. The property is south facing in an elevated position with wonderful far ranging views. EPC - F.

Kitchen
4.80m x 2.30m (15'9" x 7'7")
offering fitted base and wall cupboards, Belfast style sink, electric oven and hob, plumbing for washing machine, tiled splashbacks, radiator, tiled flooring, timber door and window to the front with wonderful long ranging views.

Living Room
5.00m x 4.30m (16'5" x 14'1")
Offering stone inglenook fireplace with timber lintel, wood burning stove inset and bread oven feature to side, timber beam, radiator, timber door to front porch and window to front with views. Stairs to first floor and doors to;

Study
3.00m x 2.00m (9'10" x 6'7")
with radiator and window to rear, understair cupboard and door to;

Bathroom
2.60m x 2.60m (8'6" x 8'6")
offering panelled bath, WC, wash basin, wet room style shower, mostly tiled walls, radiator and window to rear.

First Floor Landing
with radiator, window to rear and hatch to loft space.

Separate WC
with wash basin, tiled splashbacks and extractor fan.

Bedroom One
4.20m x 3.20m (13'9" x 10'6")
with radiator, window to the front with far ranging views, cupboard housing gas fired boiler, providing central heating and hot water and hot water cylinder.

Bedroom Two
5.10m x 2.50m (16'9" x 8'2")
with radiator and window to front.

Bedroom Three
3.30m x 2.50m (10'10" x 8'2")
with radiator and window to front.

Attached Barn - The Byre
12.50m x 5.00m (41'0" x 16'5")
subdivided into cow stalls manger and pens with concrete, earth and stone flooring, walls and various door openings to the front. Door to;

Goat Shed
3.20m x 3.00m (10'6" x 9'10")
with direct access to adjoining field to rear providing useful shelter.

Workshop Store
5.10m x 3.30m (16'9" x 10'10")
with stone slab and brick set floor, exposed stone and timber panelled walls, timber stair to loft store.

Cattle Shed
4.80m x 2.40m (15'9" x 7'10")
with cobbled stone floor with window to rear and door to;

Loft Store
5.10m x 3.40m (16'9" x 11'2")
with timber truss, stone and timbered walls and window to the rear, opening to;

Hay Loft
12.20m x 5.00m (40'0" x 16'5")
with part timber floor, timber trusses, windows to gable and openings to front and rear. This area is in need of considerable work but is considered ideal for conversion to additional living accommodation to compliment the main house or as a separate self-contained accommodation for letting purposes or extended family. In 2006 planning permission was granted for conversion of the Byre to a dwelling, however this has now lapsed.

Outside
To the side of the house is the gardens which are laid to grass with assorted trees. An open fronted garage 5.4m x 5.2m of stone construction with CGI roof is currently providing useful wood storage. To the rear is a timber frame and brick hideaway 3.3m x 2.5m with corrugated cladding and attached woodstore. The opposite side of the unclassified road is a further grassed enclosure/copse, stoned parking area and the remains of a further outbuilding.To the rear of the house is the sloping pasture field of almost 3 acres which is ideal for the keeping of livestock and ponies and benefits from panoramic views of the surrounding countryside to the Eppynt hills in the distance.

 

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