Rhosgoch, Builth Wells, Powys


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
THE FARMHOUSE This charming stone character house briefly comprises: -

ENTRANCE PORCH with windows to three sides and outer and inner door,

INNER HALLWAY with character beams, door to cellar and staircase to First Floor.

SITTING ROOM18'3" x 12'4" (5.56m x 3.76m). with window north and double doors south to the Conservatory, character stone fireplace, exposed beams and stonework, radiator, off this is the,

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM with extensive floor and wall units, including stainless steel sink unit, Zunussi double oven, five ring LPG gas hob, worktops,etc, window south to conservatory, exposed beams,

REAR HALL4'5" x 4'5" (1.35m x 1.35m). off which is the

PANTRY4'5" x 4'1" (1.35m x 1.24m). with extensive shelving to three sides,

UTILITY/BOOT ROOM18'3" x 8'4" (5.56m x 2.54m). which is an extremely useful room providing excellent storage facilities, large glazed sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, boiler cupboard, coat hooks, radiator, stable door north to farmyard,

STUDY13'11" x 8'10" (4.24m x 2.7m). (off the Entrance Hall) with small inset range and window north.

CONSERVATORY/GARDEN ROOM24'7" x 9'6" (7.5m x 2.9m). (5.35m) at widest and providing a lovely sunny room enjoying a fine aspect with views to the fields above and to the yard alongside. There are two sets of double doors onto the extensive patio area beyond as well as doors back to the Sitting Room and Utility.


SPACIOUS LANDING11'10" x 6'9" (3.6m x 2.06m). with window north

BEDROOM 111'10" x 11'10" (3.6m x 3.6m). with window north, radiator, door to:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM11'10" x 5'7" (3.6m x 1.7m). with panelled bath, low flush WC, bidets and hand basin, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, window south.

BEDROOM 212'4" x 11'6" (3.76m x 3.5m). with window north, door to:

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM8'6" x 6'7" (2.6m x 2m). narrowing to 1.7m at one end with large corner shower unit, low flush WC, hand basin, wall tiling.

BEDROOM 311'10" x 11'2" (3.6m x 3.4m). with window south, radiator, off this is a:

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM7'7" x 2' (2.31m x 0.6m). widen to over 1m plus shower cubicle with low flush WC, hand basin, window south.

OUTSIDE The house overlooks the farmyard that has a sweeping driveway to the side where there is ample parking and turning for numerous vehicles. To the rear of the house is a well-constructed patio area with low stone walls and flower beds. plus slabbing which provides a lovely outdoor sitting area. On the other side is access to a vegetable garden which is well stocked and also contains a poly-tunnel measure about 15m x 4m, further Greenhouse, cherry tree etc. Alongside this is the orchard which was planted over twenty years ago with apple pear and plum trees and there is a soft fruit area with Tayberries, Blueberries, Gooseberries, Blackcurrants and Blackberries. Here also there is a large mobile home measuring about 9m long with two bedrooms, shower with WC/hand basin, small kitchen and large seating area. This has been in situ for over ten years it is used on a regular basis by friends and family.

THE FARM BUILINGS The farmhouse overlooks a large concreted farm yard where there are buildings on two sides with an open outlook on the fourth.

Briefly the building comprise: -

DETACHED STONE FARM BUILDING50' (15.24m) x 25' (7.62m) (52'6" (16m) x 26'3" (8m) max.). with corrugated iron roof, steps to one side leading to the corn granary over, partially open providing double garaging, further ware house below and a stable divided into

TWO TRADITIONAL STONE BARNS91'10" x 22' (28m x 6.7m). which have been incorporated partly into the modern buildings but provide conversion possibilities subject to any planning consent required.

MODERN FARM BUILING of steel construction including a LOOSE CATTLE SHED 15m x 10m further SHED 14m x 10m the latter having been converted to provide four loose boxes approximately 4m each square together with the lockable tack room and a tacking up area in front. These buildings are equally adaptable for modern farming techniques, storage, vehicle repair, wintering animals etc. Below these building is a part open silage clamp with a roofed in section measured 11.5 x 8.5m providing open garaging, cattle or horse loose boxing, manure or fodder storage etc.

THE LAND Included in the sale with the house are 5 fields totalling 15 acres which provide control over the outlook and excellent grazing as well as the small caravan field and the orchard. This provides sufficient land for a number of horses, self-sufficiency or rearing small numbers of livestock.

ADDITIONAL LAND To the west of the farm are two further fields which join the open hill totalling 6.99 acres and these are also available as a separate negotiable figure. To the south is a triangular field of 4.4 acres which could also been included with sufficient negotiation. To the east of the farmhouse on the opposite side of the road is further block of 14 acres running down to the Bachawy stream, which is also available by negotiation.

HILL GRAZING RIGHTS Hill Grazing Rights are registered CL11 (Llanbedwr/Lladelio Allt entry 39). This will be a apportioned on completion but relates to approximately three sheep per acre with a portion also for ponies and cows.

EPC Rating = F

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