Trebarried Hall, Llandefalle, Brecon Agent: McCartneys Offers: £595,000 Call: 01497 820778 TREBARRIED is a fine example of an early mansion of considerable importance, built for one of the famous Vaughan families.
The current house was apparently erected in 1640 and has been painstakingly restored to its original grade II-listed glory. Even though extensive works have been carried out to the property, the charm and many original features have been retained, making it one of the most attractive country houses in the area.
The property could be adapted to include seperate living accommodation for an elderly relative, nanny/grany and briefly comprises an entrance porch, great hall, inner halway, utility/ cloakroom, kitchen/dining room, snug/play room, workshop and vaulted cellars, half landing, sitting room and study.
To the first floor there is a living room, a sewing room, the master bedroom, main bathroom, three further bedrooms and an en-suite.
A half landing leads to a further sitting room, a shower room, two further bedrooms, an ensuite and an attic.
The property is approached via a shared gravel driveway that serves the courtyard cottages behind the house.
There is a private gravelled turning and parking area with stone walls surrounding. Three steps lead up from this area to a large lawned garden with mature fir trees. There is a paved patio area to the side of the property that enjoys afternoon and evening sun. To the rear of the property there is an ornate partially covered courtyard. To the other side of the house is the detached double garage and detached garden of approximately a quarter of an acre.