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Llanbister Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1
Guide price £395,000 | 4 bedrooms | 2.5 acres

Former farmstead comprising a 4 bedroom detached house in need of refurbishment, outbuildings and pasture paddocks, in total extending to approximately 2.5 acres (1 hectare). Set in rolling unspoilt Radnorshire countryside and adjoining land belonging to the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust.


Pentwyn Farmhouse
is of traditional brick construction. The internal accommodation comprises:

Entrance Hall
With radiator and stair to first floor.

Living Room
4.60m x 3.50m (15'1" x 11'6")
Offering open fireplace, radiator and double glazed window to front.

Dining Room
4.60m x 2.80m (15'1" x 9'2")
Offering open fireplace, radiator and double glazed window to front.

Inner Hall
With shelving and double glazed window to rear.

Kitchen
5.20m x 3.50m (17'1" x 11'6")
Offering fitted base and wall cupboards, stainless steel sink, electric cooker point, oil fired Rayburn - providing central heating and hot water, radiator, tiled floor and splashbacks, plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window to side, window to rear and double glazed door to rear garden. Door to Store with oil fired Rayburn - providing central heating and hot water.

First Floor Landing
With double glazed window to rear. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder.

Bedroom 1
4.60m x 3.10m (15'1" x 10'2")
With cast feature fireplace, radiator and double glazed window to front.

Bedroom 2
3.50m x 2.70m (11'6" x 8'10")
With radiator and double glazed window to front.

Bedroom 3
2.30m x 2.10m (7'7" x 6'11")
With radiator and double glazed window to front.

Rear Landing
With fitted cupboards.

Bedroom 4
3.60m x 3.00m (11'10" x 9'10")
With radiator and window to rear.

Bathroom
2.20m x 1.70m (7'3" x 5'7")
With bath, WC, washbasin, radiator and double glazed window to side.

Outside
The property is accessed by an adopted council highway, which the Trust also use to access its retained land. There is a parking and turning area adjacent to the detached outbuildings which comprise;Traditional Cart House - 19'8" x 14'5" (6m x 4.4m) Of traditional timber framed construction with a loft 6.2m x 4.5m over accessed via stone external steps. A lovely character building with exposed timber trusses considered ideal as storage or for investment/conversion to a variety of uses such as home office, annexe for holiday letting accommodation -subject to gaining any necessary permissions.Modern Agricultural Building - 65'7" x 45'11" overall. (20m x 14m overall.) Of steel framed construction with part block/part timbered walls. Recently used for housing of fodder and livestock with vehicular doors to front and rear. The building is ideal for continued small scale agricultural uses or for the housing of ponies or vehicular storage - subject to gaining any necessary permissions if applicable. The potential gardens to the side and rear of the house are laid to grass. To the rear of the cart house is a smaller plot ideal for grazing or creation of an orchard. Beyond the larger modern building a further field will be created providing additional grazing.In total the property will extend to approximately 2.5 acres (1.012 hectares). A public footpath runs past the western side of the farmhouse.Conditions will be attached to the sale of the property to protect the nature conservation interests of the Wildlife Trust's retained land.

Services
We are informed that the property is connected to mains electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. The purchaser will connect the property to the Welsh Water mains water supply within a reasonable time to be agreed between the parties, prior to which the property will share the use and cost of the vendors private borehole.

 

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