Pengenffordd, Brecon, Powys

£725,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Stunning location in Brecon Beacons National Park

19 acres of farmland backing onto mountains

4 bedroom farmhouse and 2 bedroom apartment

Range of stone outbuildings

Great liefstyle home close to Crickhowell, Brecon and Hay on Wye

DESCRIPTION Cwmffrwd is a period country property set within the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park in the foothills of the Black Mountains, an area known for its wonderful scenery, rolling hills and pretty wooded valleys. This former farmstead offers a wonderful opportunity to create a fine family home which consists of a period 4 bedroom farmhouse with bundles of character, a lovely 2 bedroom apartment which has been used as a holiday let for many years together with a traditional courtyard of stone outbuildings which provide a great opportunity for home working, storage, stables etc.

This country idle stands in around 19 acres of amenity and pasture land ideal for those looking for the 'good life', plenty of space to keep a few ponies, a small flock of sheep or just a few chickens for your fresh eggs. For those more adventurous buyers there is more land available of up to 70 acres in total.

LOCATION Cwmffrwd is situated alongside a minor country lane in a rural location just south of the rural settlement of Pengenffordd in the foothills of the Black Mountains. The immediate surroundings are known for its beautiful scenery and wildlife associated with the adjoining mountains and only a dozen miles or so further the spectacular Brecon Beacons Mountains range known for its rugged landscapes and escarpments.

Cwmffrwd is ideally located for the nearby towns of Brecon, Crickhowell, Hay on Wye and Abergavenny which are all known for their quaint architecture and boutique shops. Abergavenny boasts a railway station whilst the larger cites of Cardiff, Swansea and Hereford are all within approximately a one hours drive including the M4 motorway leading over the Severn Bridge to Bristol. Nearby schools include Crickhowell and Gwernyfed High Schools as well as Christ College Private School in Brecon and Monmouth School for Boys and Girls a little further away in Monmouth.

WALK INSIDE A lovely wooden front door opens into the Sitting Room with timbered ceiling, attractive natural stone walls with recessed fireplace and inbuilt wood burning stove, attractive flagstone flooring, built-in cupboard, door leading rearwards into the Living Room with timbered walls and built-in television cupboard. To the right of the Sitting Room is the farmhouse Kitchen/breakfast room with beamed ceiling, fitted kitchen units including cupboard and drawer space with inset one and a half bowl sink, oil fired Rayburn heating domestic hot water, attractive flagstone flooring, natural stone walling and further walk in pantry and cloak cupboard.

First Floor A door leads from the Sitting Room upwards to the first floor landing from where there is access to 4 bedrooms, there are 2 large double rooms with 2 further smaller double bedrooms together with family bathroom which comprises of a panelled bath, shower cubicle, w.c. and wash basin.

The Hayloft As the name suggests this lovely 2 bedroom self contained apartment was once the Hayloft of the adjoining stone outbuilding. Converted many years ago it has been used until recently as a holiday cottage from where families can explore the adjoining Black Mountains and Llangorse Lake being just over the mountain. The mezzanine bedroom was often the highlight for children who were able to look down on the living space occupied by their respected elders.

A wooden entrance door opens into a sitting room with window looking over the valley, natural stone walling, exposed ceiling timbers and opening to kitchenette with built-in cupboard and sink. The Dining/Sitting space has an open void ceiling with exposed roof timbers. Alongside is a bathroom with wooden panelled bath, w.c. and separate shower cubicle and door into the bedroom from where there are views onto the open valley beyond. A small flight of steps leads upwards to a mezzanine bedroom.

WALK OUTSIDE A wooden gated entrance leads off the minor council lane into a large car parking area fronting onto the main house and cottage. This in turn leads to the gardens at the front of the main house, whilst to the rear is an enclosed courtyard surrounded by 2 stunning stone buildings, the main - a traditional stone hay barn with loft areas and a smaller single storey stone barn once an open fronted cart shed. Beneath the apartment are a range of former cow sheds now utilised as storage.

THE LAND The property stands in around 19 acres which is mainly divided into 4 separate paddocks ideal for the grazing of horses or livestock but also intersected by a natural free flowing stream off the mountains behind and forming a lovely feature of the property. To the rear of the property is the Black Mountains range on which there will be grazing rights for livestock and a gate leading from one of the fields onto the common land.

Additional land is available by separate negotiation should the purchaser want more.

PLEASE NOTE The buyer will be required to erect a new boundary fence between points A and B, and X and Y as identified on the plan within 3 months of completion of purchase.

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