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Cradoc Road, Brecon, Powys, LD3
£650,000 | 5 bedrooms | 3.0 acres

Property features

• Great homestead on the edge of Brecon town
• Superb views over town
• Large house with outbuildings
• 2.5 acres to include part of the adjoiing field

An exceptional prospect awaits on the outskirts of Brecon, offering splendid vistas stretching over the town to the rolling hills beyond. This enticing opportunity comprises a charming period farmhouse awaiting restoration, complemented by an impressive range of traditional barns, all nestled within approximately 2.5 acres of picturesque gardens and grounds.

Overage Provision
The field adjoining the house will include an overage provision within the sales contract to the effect that should planning permission ever be granted for housing then a future payment would be made to the sellers. Further details of the overage provision will be available from the selling agent.

Description
Nestled on the outskirts of Brecon, this remarkable property presents an exceptional opportunity to craft a dream home on the town's fringes. The period farmhouse, ripe for restoration, offers the canvas for creating a bespoke home, while the expansive assortment of traditional stone outbuildings holds promise for diverse uses, subject to the usual consents. Adjacent to the farmhouse, a field spanning approximately 2.0 acres provides an idyllic backdrop for those seeking to nurture ponies or livestock, enhancing the property's rural charm.

Location
Brecon, nestled in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, stands as a cherished market town renowned for its scenic beauty. Pwllycalch offers a prime location on the town's periphery, ensuring effortless access to its vibrant heart. Here, an array of local shops, supermarkets, and inviting coffee shops await exploration, complemented by a diverse range of leisure amenities including a cinema, theatre, and a comprehensive leisure centre complex.Immersed in nature's embrace, Brecon boasts scenic walking trails meandering along the banks of the River Usk and the picturesque Canal towpath, culminating at the canal basin adjacent to the towns theatre. For the adventurous spirit, the Brecon Beacons mountain range beckons with captivating hiking trails and exhilarating outdoor pursuits such as sailing on Llangorse Lake, horse riding and gliding.

Walk Inside
A traditional covered porch with a large front door and glazed side panels draws you into the spacious traditional reception hall with a period staircase leading to the first floor and an attractive Victorian style floor tiles. To either side are two generously sized reception rooms both with bay window frontages that overlook Brecon and offering long distance views over town. Both rooms also include fireplaces; one with a traditional tiled surround and the other with a more traditional timber surround.As you walk into the rear quarter of the house, you are greeted with flagstone flooring that provides access to a third reception room with stone fire surround and windows facing southwest. On the opposite side, a kitchen/breakfast area with a range of fitted units including one and half bowl sink. The main first floor landing offers a generous space and lovely views over the town. To either side are two generously sized double bedrooms. Off the rear landing are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom consisting of a panelled bath, wc and wash hand basin.

Walk Outside
The property includes a great range of traditional buildings which include a stone Built Hay Barn about 13m x 5.5m; a single storey brick shed about 12m x 4m plus 4m x 3.2m; a stone built Granary 7.6m x 5.1 and a more modern French barn with lean to measuring 10m x 13m.

The Land
Part of the adjoining field, about 2.0 acres, is to be included with the property, a lovely level meadow ideal for keeping ponies of livestock. The buyer will be expected to erect a new boundary fence across the field boundary within 3 months of completion.

Notes
The initial access road will be subject to a right of way to the neighbouring farmland. Further details on request.

 

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