Ynyswen, Trefeglwys, Caersws, Powys, SY17

£395,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Superior large and prestigious detached country house with 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The property occupies an elevated position with panoramic views over the Trannon Valley and Llandinam Hills with a southerly aspect. Grounds and gardens extending to 1.5 acres. Potential for additional dwelling within the gardens subject to planning consent. Detached outbuildings and garage. EER = F24

Foreword:

The property occupies an elevated position with a southerly aspect. The village of Trefeglwys is positioned approximately 10 miles from the market town of Newtown and 4 miles from Caersws and Llanidloes. The village has the benefit of an inn/restaurant, village hall, primary school and St Michaels Church. There is a main railway station at Caersws and you can easily reach the A470 and A44 trunk roads giving access to the Cambrian Coast and the Midlands. Ynysywen is a superior and well presented detached country house providing an impressive and spacious family home.

The property was constructed in 1891 of brickwork under a pitched slated roof and comprises:

The property enjoys exceptional far reaching views with the drawing room having double aspect to appreciate the outlook.

Accommodation:

Ground floor:

Entrance Porch

2.03 x 1.47 (6'8 x 4'10 )

With marble tiled floor

Hallway

4.93 x 2.74 (16'2 x 9'0 )

With polished wooden floor, 2 single panelled radiators, open tread staircase to first floor with solid oak handrail and decorative ironwork infill

Dining Room

4.88 x 3.66 (16'0 x 12'0 )

With bay window to front, fireplace with oak surround, 2 panelled radiators, serving hatch from kitchen

Drawing Room

6.1 x 4.4 (20'0 x 14'5 )

With bay window to front, polished wooden floor, fireplace with open fire, 3 panelled radiators, double aspect

Study

4.83 x 4.47 (15'10 x 14'8 )

With double panelled radiator, fitted book shelves, leading to

Conservatory

4.22 x 3.84 (13'10 x 12'7 )

With double doors opening out to a paved patio

Cloakroom

2.54 x 1.52 (8'4 x 5'0 )

With low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled wall

Kitchen

4.32 x 4.19 (14'2 x 13'9 )

With sink unit, base unit, serving hatch to dining room

Inner Hall

Pantry

2.84 x 1.35 (9'4 x 4'5 )

With shelving

Larder

3.89 x 3.66 (12'9 x 12'0 )

With shelving

Rear Hall

To rear entrance door

Utility Room

4.27 x 3.99 (14'0 x 13'1 )

With Mistral oil fired boiler, sink unit with base unit

Stairs to Cellars

Cellar 1

3.12 x 2.16 (10'3 x 7'1 )

Cellar 2

4.72 x 3.89 (15'6 x 12'9 )

First floor:

Landing

Bedroom 1

4.88 x 4.27 (16'0 x 14'0 )

With double panelled radiator, bay window

Bedroom 2

4.29 x 4.22 (14'1 x 13'10 )

With single panelled radiator

Bedroom 3

4.83 x 4.22 (15'10 x 13'10 )

With bay window, 2 double panelled radiators. En Suite Bathroom 2.87 x 1.78 (9'5 x 5'10 ) with panelled bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and radiator

Bedroom 4

4.32 x 4.27 (14'2 x 14'0 )

With double panelled radiator, double window unit

Rear Stairs to Ground Floor

Inner Landing

Store Room

2.9 x 2.64 (9'6 x 8'8 )

Bedroom 5

4.29 x 3.96 (14'1 x 13'0 )

With 2 double radiators, upvc double glazed window

Bathroom

2.82 x 2.64 (9'3 x 8'8 )

With panelled bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and radiator, metal framed windows. Airing cupboard with copper hot water cylinder and immersion heater

Outside:

The property is approached via a gated entrance into an attractive driveway leading to the large forecourt and car parking area. The property is set in impressive gardens with lawns, flower borders and Rhododrendon bushes.

Detached brick and slated range of Outbuildings comprising

Coal Shed/Log Store with stable door

Stable 5.41 x 4.32 (17'9 x 14'2 )with pitching flooring and loft space over

Garage 4.44 x 3.05 (14'7 x 10'0 ) with pitching flooring. Oil storage tank

Garage with up and over door, constructed of brickwork with a flat felted roof

Preliminary pre-application discussions with Powys County Council suggests that it may be possible to constructed an additional dwelling within the curtilage subject to planning consent.

Services:

Mains electricity, water and drainage connected

Oil fired central heating

NB The services, flues and appliances have not been tested and no warranty is provided with regard to their condition

Tenure:

Freehold

Council Tax:

Band G (verbal enquiry)

Energy Performance Certificate:

A full copy of the EPC is available on request or by following the link below:

https://www.epcregister.com/direct/report/8308-8778-9829-8326-4783

To View:

By arrangement with the agents

Directions:

From our office in Great Oak Street, proceed to the Old Market Hall turning right onto Long Bridge Street. At the roundabout turn left over the long bridge then bear right onto the B4569 to Trefeglwys. Continue on this road for 4 miles. Proceed through the village, passing the Red Lion Inn on the left and turn immediate left through the metal gates and proceed up the tarmacadamed driveway to the property.

Money Laundering Regulations:

On putting forward an offer to purchase you will be required to produce adequate identification to prove your identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 came into force 26.06.2017) e.g. Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.

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MORRIS MARSHALL & POOLE

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04/18

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