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A superb family home set on the edge of Aberhafesp village with gorgeous, unspoilt far reaching rural views. The property itself sits in well maintained gardens and has flexible living accommodation internally which briefly comprises an entrance hall, dining room, lounge, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, utility with pantry as well as access to fourth bedroom/annexe on the ground floor as well as three double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room on the first floor. Externally there are superb private gardens and well maintained grounds as well as a detached garage/workshop, a vegetable plot, 5.5 (approx.) acres, stables, brick shed and barn.
Approached via a brick pillared gateway with tarmacadam driveway with railed fencing turning into a tarmacadam parking area.
At the front of the property is the entrance porch with UPVC double glazed door and wooden flooring.
8.20m x 3.02m (26'11" x 9'11")
Off the front is the dining room and entrance hallway entered via a wooden door. The dining room boasts herringbone parquet flooring, radiator and stairs rising to the first floor with useful understairs cupboard. At the end of the dining room is a library area with large window at one aspect allowing for the unspoilt and far reaching rural views.
6.17m x 3.62m (20'3" x 11'11")
A spacious and light lounge with windows to both aspects but the window to the front is large and allows for the unspoilt views to be appreciated. The lounge benefits from fitted carpets, a Clearview wood burner set on a slate hearth with an oak beam. In addition to the woodburner there are radiators, ceiling light point, four wall lights as well as access to the conservatory.
6.17m x 3.61m (20'3" x 11'10")
With access off the lounge and out onto the garden the conservatory has tiled flooring, a ceiling light point, several electrical sockets and all aspects are double glazed. There are a pair off velux windows within the ceiling.
5.41m x 3.66m (17'9" x 12'0")
Off the hallway is the open plan kitchen/breakfast room with fitted carpets/tiles and a range of wall and base units, space for a freestanding fridge/freezer space for an undercounter dishwasher as well as space for a freestanding cooker with extractor fan over. To the front aspect is a large window to the rural views.
5.55m x 2.60m (18'3" x 8'6")
Off the kitchen is the utility room which currently houses the new Worcester boiler, fridge/freezer, the washing machine and tumble drier. There oils access to the front and rear gardens by doors at either end of the utility as well as a generous larder pantry with shelving. There is access to the ground floor bedroom/annexe off the utility room.
5.55m x 4.65m (18'3" x 15'3")
The ground floor bedroom, which is currently used as a holiday annexe which has been immaculately presented to a very high standard and is very popular with guests. The generous room allows for a double bed, lounge area and a kitchen with dining table. The annexe also benefits from the spectacular rural views to the front aspect through a double glazed window as well as views to the garden and a patio door to the rear for access.
Ensuite Shower room
2.14m x 1.46m (7'0" x 4'9")
A modern ensuite shower room with a double shower cubicle, pedestal basin and WC.
2.89m x 2.79m (9'6" x 9'2")
Off the hallway is the study with herringbone parquet flooring with window to the rear aspect to the rear gardens and to the driveway. There is a ceiling light point, radiator and ample electrical sockets.
Ground floor WC
1.29m x 1.01m (4'3" x 3'4")
Off the hallway is a useful ground floor WC and basin.
Staircase and Landing
Stairs from the entrance hall rise to the first floor and the landing. A large window on the split stairs allow for gorgeous views to the rear aspect.
6.17m x 3.62m (20'3" x 11'11")
The generous and neutrally decorated master bedroom offers fitted carpets, fitted wardrobe, ceiling light points and radiator. The master boasts dual aspect windows to both the rear gardens and to the front aspect to the elevated far reaching views.
The final double bedroom which benefits from fitted carpets, radiators and a ceiling light point. This room also has fitted carpets, and dual aspect double glazed window to the front and side aspects.
3.38m x 3.02m (11'1" x 9'11")
Currently used as an art studio, further study, the second bedroom benefits from fitted carpets, a fitted wardrobe , ceiling light point and double glazed window to the front aspect.
2.79m x 2.10m (9'2" x 6'11")
A modern bathroom with 'P' shaped bath with electric shower over, vanity basin unit with LED touch mirror.
2.11m x 1.84m (6'11" x 6'0")
A further shower room with WC, rear aspect frosted window, shower cubicle and new vanity unit.
Detached from the property is a substantial (640sq ft) workshop/garage with a wood burner, power and lighting and double glazed windows.
The property sits in superb well maintained gardens with attractive and extensive lawns to the front as well stocked flower beds and borders as well as established trees, shrubs and bushes. A gateway off the garden allows for access to the front field. Lawns surround the house and to the side of the gardens is a summer house, decked area and rose flower beds - this area is currently set aside for the annexe. Also at the side is a 8' x 10' aluminium greenhouse. To the rear of the property, up a flight of old stone stairs are an avenue of rhododendrons leading to a small orchard.
Off the rear gardens is the vegetable garden with a pair of poly tunnels, vegetable plots, fruit treess, garden shed and a poultry run.
Stable, tractor shed and open fronted barn.
To the rear of the property, within the original walled gardens of Aberhafesp Hall is a stable, a tractor shed and open fronted barn. In front of the buildings is a paddock.
Acreage (5.5 acres approx)
There is a paddock at the front of the property which is fully fenced and hedged has access from the front gardens and a running brook. The paddock to the rear is also fully fenced and has an secondary vehicular access onto the B4568 via a private driveway (part tarmac). The rear paddock also has a brick stable and a stile in the corner which gives access to the local foot pathway network.
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