Trefeglwys, Caersws, Powys

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Panaromic Views, 3 Bedrooms, 20 Acres, Dutch Barn,

Ground Floor - Entrance Hall, Living Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Garden Room, Downstairs Bathroom, Utility Room,

First Floor - Master Bedroom with Shower, Bedroom 2, Studio / Bedroom 3, Shower Room,

Outside - 3 Bay Dutch Barn, Garden Store, Farm Store, Workshop / Garage, Storeroom, Outside Utility and WC, Filter Room, 2 Bay Implement Store, Car Port, Gardens Surrounding, Ample Car Parking, 20 Acres Pastureland

Situation: Hughescote offers a complete lifestyle change. This charming house sits in an elevated but sheltered location enjoying breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and the Welsh hills in the distance. From the inside, every window has a view. Centrally located between the English Marches, the Welsh coast and Snowdonia.

On entrance, the hall has a very welcoming feel to it with traditional wood beams and tiled floor.

There is a utility room on the left and a stairway to the first floor. In front of you is the living room with a Clearview wood stove. To the right is a fully equipped kitchen and breakfast room leading to a vaulted garden room with a Clearview wood stove set in a brick fireplace. This is a very relaxing space with French windows to the rear patio and a pleasant outlook of the rear garden, trees and shrubs. A second hallway leads to a downstairs bathroom and a stairway to a studio with phenomenal views to the South and East; this room is occasionally used as a third bedroom. Moving through is a bedroom which is also accessed from the other stairs. Beyond is the master bedroom with an en suite shower and also a family shower room off the landing.

Externally, there is a range of recently renovated outbuildings currently used for the storage of farm equipment, a workshop and garden tools. Part of the main outbuilding has been partitioned off to accommodate an outside office and store. There is a 3 bay Dutch barn and a 2 bay implement store in a field nearby. The premises are wired for the generation of emergency electricity and CCTV is installed for the house and buildings. The property comes with 21.5 acres (8.7 ha) of predominantly flat land which the current owner lets on a grazing licence, due to expire on 14th December 2018.

A public footpath runs through one field, located away from the homestead, as shown on Promap.

Directions: From the churchyard in Trefeglwys, turn off SatNav, set your mileage to zero and take the right turn signposted Penffordd-las and Llawryglyn. After 0.5 mile turn right for Waun and proceed through the farmyard until your mileage is 0.7 miles. Bear sharp left at the fork in the road signposted 'The Waen ¾ mile'. Continue up the hill to the timber clad house on the right (1.4 miles from Trefeglwys) ignoring the backwards fork. At 1.8 miles take the right turn and follow the road to the T junction by the blue brick house and converted chapel. Turn right and the entrance to Hughescote is 100 metres on the right.Acreage:21.5

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