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Maesmynis, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2
Guide price £695,000 | 4 bedrooms | 2.7 acres

Property features

• Large former Rectory
• 2.7 acres of land to include fields and garden
• Great stone outbuilding and stables
• Great opportunities for improvement
• Stunning rural outlook

Nestled in a picturesque setting, at the end of a private drive, lies this impressive former rectory, encompassed by 2.7 acres of m gardens and grounds. This generously proportioned four-bedroom residence boasts breathtaking vistas of the surrounding countryside, offering an ideal canvas for those with a vision for restoration. Perfectly suited for those seeking to embark on a renovation project, this property presents an unparalleled opportunity to craft the home of their dreams amidst stunning natural surroundings.

Ty Glyn, formerly the Rectory for the adjacent church, is a substantial stone-built property with a rich history, believed to have been partially clad with cedar shingles during the 1960s. Set amidst picturesque grounds, including a field, paddock, and immediate gardens, totaling approximately 2.7 acres, this residence offers a rare opportunity for restoration and transformation. Untouched by modernisation for the past five decades, the property presents an exciting prospect for buyers seeking to create their dream home. Boasting a four-bedroom layout and expansive ground floor living space, complemented by stunning rural views, Ty Glyn provides boundless possibilities for modernisation and enhancement. Additionally, the property features a traditional barn adjacent to the residence, offering potential for conversion into garaging, offices, or even an annex to the main house, subject to the necessary consents.

Nestled within a secluded valley between Brecon and Builth Wells, Maesmynis is a quaint rural settlement offering a tranquil retreat amidst stunning natural surroundings. Situated close to the majestic River Wye and within easy reach of the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Elan Valley, and Eppynt, the area is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, providing ample opportunities for hiking, cycling, and other outdoor pursuits. For everyday conveniences, the nearby towns of Builth Wells and Brecon offer a range of shopping amenities. There are good road links south towards Abergavenny and the M4 near Newport. Whether seeking serenity in nature or convenient access to urban amenities, Maesmynis offers the best of both worlds

Walk Inside
Approached through an enclosed glazed porch, this property offers a delightful introduction to the main entrance, before entering the bright and airy reception hall. From here, a rear opening leads to an inner hall, featuring a staircase ascending to the first floor and a convenient cloakroom equipped with a sink unit, toilet, and access to the cellar. The spacious sitting room, situated on the western side of the property, bathes in natural light streaming through large dual-aspect windows, offering captivating views of the surrounding countryside. Across the hall, lies a versatile study space boasting appealing flooring and dual-aspect windows, an ideal home office or equally an additional reception area.

The dining room boasts two built-in storage cupboards and connects seamlessly to the kitchen via a sliding door. The kitchen comprising of a range of units providing ample cupboard and drawer space, complemented by integrated appliances including a fridge, oven, grill, microwave, and hob. Plumbing for a dishwasher is conveniently incorporated. Adjacent to the kitchen, a practical utility space is fitted with additional units, a sink, and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Completing the layout, a rear porch offers a convenient area to store muddy footwear before venturing outdoors.

First Floor
The expansive first-floor landing boasts a convenient walk-in linen cupboard and serves as a gateway to the four generous double bedrooms. Three of these bedrooms feature built-in wardrobes, while all showcase captivating views of the picturesque countryside. Completing this floor is the spacious family bathroom, featuring a shower cubicle, a raised bath, a toilet, a washbasin, and a selection of built-in storage units.

Walk Outside
A private driveway leads down to the main house and as you approach you get a true sense of the stunning views and location. The immediate gardens are mostly laid to lawn with occasional trees and shrubs along with a greenhouse.Alongside the house is a substantial stone outbuilding ideal for garaging, a workshop or potentially an annex to the main house subject to the usual consents. It is rumoured that there is an underground tunnel leading to the church but this is unsubstantiated.Adjacent to the house are two fields one of which house a double stable block.

There is a footpath crossing the entrance drive.


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