Rhulen, Builth Wells, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 3
The Home Lower Llwyn Tudor is an exquisite home situated amongst the breathtaking scenery of the Radnorshire Hills. The house, believed to date from before the 1730's offers an updated take on what was once a traditional stone farmhouse. The home has been finished to a high standard with American white oak flooring throughout with zoned underfloor heating on the ground floor. The house sits in an elevated south facing location overlooking the spectacular Edw Valley enjoying far reaching views over some of the finest scenery in Mid Wales.

The house has been designed to enjoy its views with a stunning double height corner window situated in the Living Room maximising the far reaching views over the Radnorshire Hills that can also be admired from the Master Bedroom. The house has been designed to allow the flow of light through the property as well as making the stunning surroundings part of each room.

The Entrance Lower Llwyn Tudor welcomes you through its Entrance Porch with stone flag floor, windows north west and south east, exposed stonework and entering to the Hall which has oak flooring and a staircase to the first floor.

From the hall is the

The Kitchen and Dining Area A contemporary room with spotlighting and an abundance of natural light. The Kitchen is fitted with a high specification Keller kitchen units with black stone work surfaces and splash backs, two integrated ovens with five burner gas hob, integral dishwasher and American style fridge/freezer.

The Snug With a window south west with views over the hills, stone Inglenook fireplace with flagstone hearth and a large wood-burning stove.

The Living room An impressive and memorable room of generous proportions with double height windows maximising the views across the stunning Radnorshire hills, further windows north east and south east, finished with hard wood flooring and spot lighting.

The Utility Fitted with floor and wall units with tiled splashbacks and roll fronted work surfaces and window east, stable door to the Rear Porch with windows north west and south east, black tiled floor, door to exterior.

Downstairs Cloakroom With a large feature stone fireplace and former bread oven, hand basin and low flush W.C.

First Floor

Landing Area Accessed via oak staircase with feature glass panels, window south west, oak flooring, access to

The Master Bedroom Overlooking the double height window over the Radnorshire Hills, with revealed roof trusses and separate Dressing Room (2.48m x 1.78m) with fitted shelving.

En-Suite With window facing north east, tiled floor, double shower unit, heated towel rail, low flush W.C. and hand basin.

Bedroom 2 With windows north east, exposed stone walling, two skylights south east, revealed beams, radiator, access door to loft space, shared door to Jack and Jill Bathroom.

Bathroom Featuring a centrally located bath with tiled surround, low flush WC, heated towel rail, skylight north east, hand basin with mirror over.

Bedroom 3 With window south west, airing cupboard with vertical radiator and shared access to Bathroom.

Attic Room Fully boarded and insulated and containing plant for the Passive House type heating system.

Outside The property sits in an impressive location and is accessed via the private drive that leads onto a large parking area with ample turning space. To its front Lower Llwyn Tudor has a good sized garden predominantly laid to lawn and enjoying far reaching views across the Edw Valley. To its rear and side lie approximately 2.5 acres of mixed woodland and amenity land (including a paddock and orchard of approx. 1.5 acre) that is a significant habitat area attracting an abundance of birds and wildlife.

Barn 1 This converted barn annex provides ancillary accommodation to the house, including a fitted kitchen and bathroom and would be ideal as either a work from home space or as a holiday let (subject to planning). It is finished with oak wood flooring throughout and has a mezzanine level accessed by a spiral staircase, revealed roof trusses, a wood burning stove, and French doors opening to the south east and north west with beautiful views.

Barn 2 With planning permission for conversion into ancillary accommodation to the property. Currently used as a garage and store room. Predominantly of stone construction with concrete floor.

EPC Rating = E

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