A substantial 5 bedroom period former farmhouse with attached 4 bedroom accommodation together with gardens and grounds of about 8.5 acres. All set on the edge of a pretty rural hamlet just a few miles from Llangorse Lake and the Black Mountains.
Brynderwen is a traditional 5 bedrooms detached former farmhouse with an attached 4 bedroom conversion set in around 8.5 acres of gardens and grounds. The house used to be the farmhouse for the adjoining stone barns, now all beautifully developed around a pretty courtyard. The spacious farmhouse accommodates 2 good size living rooms, a large kitchen/ breakfast room and 5 good sized bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. Attached is a former barn that has been converted into a spacious 3 storey unit that affords a large open plan sitting area with kitchen together with 4 en-suite double bedrooms enjoying its own independent access as well as an internal link door. The planning permission grants the use of this area for Bed and Breakfast use making the property ideal as a lifestyle type home with income potential.
Brynderwen sits on the edge of the pretty rural hamlet of Talyllyn within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is well positioned for numerous outdoor attractions including Llangorse Lake and the Black Mountains both just a few miles away. Other popular attractions such as the Monmouth to Brecon Canal and the many walks with the Brecon Beacons mountain range can be found around Brecon about 5 miles away. Brecon is the regional market town which offers a good choice of local amenities including supermarkets, convenience stores, leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema.
A traditional stone faced storm porch provides access into the reception hall with an attractive tiled floor and period staircase leading to the first floor. To the right of the hallway is a beautiful dining room with an imposing fire surround with an inset fire and windows on two elevations and attractive moulded coving.To the rear of the hallway is a spacious sitting room, with timber fire surround with an inset open fire grate, door to the rear shared courtyard and door to understairs cupboard. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted units around three walls including a two oven Aga, a Rangemaster cooker, central island, cupboard and drawer space and large 1 ½ bowl sink. This room enjoys a great southerly aspect towards the distance hills and provides a link door into the attached bed and breakfast accommodation and store rooms. To the rear of the house is an extremely useful utility space with quarry tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and alongside a ground level shower room with a shower cubicle, low level W.C. and wash basin.
The first floor landing provides access to four of the bedrooms within the main house; three being of double sized proportions, two in particular having south facing aspects with views to the distant mountains and traditional fire grates.The family bathroom contains a shower cubicle, low level W.C. and basin; the second bathroom, which is linked to the rear landing, has a roll top bath with shower attachment, pedestal basin and separate W.C. room; this in turn links to the rear landing off which is the fifth bedroom, also of double sized proportions.
Attached to the house is a self contained unit, granted planning consent by Brecon Beacons National Park for Bed and Breakfast accommodation. The property can be accessed via an internal link door from the kitchen, or alternatively from its own independent access from the parking area to the west of the house.At ground floor level is a useful pantry area and store area, currently used by the main residence, whilst the main accommodation lies at first floor level creating an open plan kitchen and living area with south facing window, useful store cupboard, exposed timbers and kitchen units to one corner with built in oven, hob and fridge. A link door also provides access to a double bedroom with an ensuite. An attractive staircase leads upwards to the first floor landing area from where there is a galleried area overlooking the living space and a series of exposed original room timbers. The landing area provides access to three ensuite bedrooms, all double/twin room, all each enjoying exposed roof timbers. All of the ensuites have modern white suites and contain a 'P'-shaped bath with shower over, pedestal basin and low level W.C.
The property stands in around 8.5 acres of gardens and grounds. Immediately adjacent to house are the gardens which are mostly lawned with two parking areas, one for guests and the other for the private residence.The land comprises 3 useful paddocks ideal for the keeping of livestock or ponies also having the benefit of a timber built stable block.
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