Ffrwdgrech, Brecon, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION Cilrheol is a beautifully located smallholding tucked away in a stunning setting surrounded by rolling hillside and farmland. Forming a traditional courtyard setting the homestead is surrounded by its own farmland which amounts to approximately 19 acres of pasture and woodland together with formal gardens and wildlife pond.

The farmhouse which is largely unmodernised offers a great opportunity for upgrading into a fine family home comprising 3 bedrooms, bathroom, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, utility and conservatory. Complementing the house is a lovely range of traditional stone outbuildings, one attached to the house offering further development opportunities subject to the usual consents.

It's outbuildings and approximately 19 acres make it ideal as a working smallholding, for self-sufficiency, equestrian use, work from home space, or simply as a lovely home with control over the land around you.

LOCATION Situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park in an area known for its beautiful scenery the property is quietly located at the end of a private lane, it enjoys peace and quiet yet is only 5 minutes' drive from the edge of Brecon, with rapid access to the A40 and A470 Trunk roads.

The superb scenery surrounding, ideal for walking, riding and biking with breath-taking views.

Brecon is a most attractive market town approximately 3.5 miles from the property, offering excellent facilities for a town of its size. This includes a range of supermarkets, canal side theatre, leisure centre, public and secondary schools, small hospital, busy doctor's practice and a wide range of social facilities comprising pubs, hotels, restaurants and coffee shops.

THE PROPERTY Cilrheol Farmhouse is a traditional farmhouse approached via a storm porch which leads into a traditional quarry tiled floor entrance lobby. Off to the left a lovely sitting room with matching quarry tiles, timber surround with open fire and windows to both front and rear, to the right a sitting room with natural stone fire breast with wood burning stove. To the rear of the house is a kitchen running the length of the rear of the house with a range of basic units, off to the right a boot room and to the left a glazed conservatory with tiled floor. Attached to the side of the house is a further utility room with oil fired boiler and w,c, closet. At first floor are 3 bedrooms and family bathroom.

OUTSIDE To the rear of the property are the spacious gardens largely laid to lawn with a great selection of bushes, trees and shrubs together with summerhouse and beyond a beautiful natural wildlife pond.

The homestead forms a traditional courtyard setting comprising a lovely range of traditional stone outbuildings, one attached to the house offering further development opportunities subject to the usual consents. Adjacent to the house is a traditional stone barn (100ft x 18ft) internally divided into stables and workshop with loft over, carport (30ft x 15ft) and further outbuilding (30ft x 15ft) ideally for the housing of livestock.

THE LAND Cilrheol is set within approximately 19 acres making it ideal as a working smallholding, for self-sufficiency or equestrian use. The land is divided into a number of small enclosures pasture land together with an area of woodland.

METHOD OF SALE The property is offered for sale by Informal Tender as described in these particulars (unless previously sold). Informal tenders are to be received in writing at the agent's office on the prepared form no later than midday on Friday 16th October 2020. Envelopes containing tenders to be marked "Private & Confidential and Tender for Cilrheol, Ffrwdgrech".

Tenders to be delivered to the vendor's agents; McCartneys LLP, 40 High Street, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7AP.

Please note that the vendor reserves the right not to accept the highest or any informal tender and reserves the right to negotiate the purchase price and conditions of the sale with the chosen potential purchaser.

GUIDE PRICE £450,000 plus

Wayleaves and Payments The property is offered subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way both to the public and private, all wayleaves, easements and other rights of way whether or not specifically referred to.

EPC Rating = F

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McCartneys - Brecon

40 High Street, Brecon, Powys

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