Bryn Yr Hyddod, Llysdinam, Newbridge On Wye, Powys, LD1

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
One for the romantics...... A fantastically located historic farmstead on the Breconshire/Radnorshire borders overlooking the Wye Valley, with adjoining stone barns, having development potential subject to obtaining the necessary consents together with approximately 6 acres and lovely far reaching views. Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Sun Room, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, Adjoining Stone Barns, Further Garaging, Lovely Front Courtyard Area. Energy Efficiency Rating = 9

Foreword:

Very rural property, but only around 6 miles from the former spa town of Llandrindod Wells with its wide range of facilities including railway station. The village of Newbridge -on-Wye approx. 2 miles distant, as well as being located on the majestic River Wye has a Shop, Church and Public House. The whole area being known for its countryside and outdoor pursuits.

General Remarks:

Being in the same ownership for many years Bryn yr Hyddod has been sympathetically restored to provide a comfortable family home, with the existing stone barns in particular, being in a remarkable state of originality, even having the former cow stalls with the whole property retaining the atmosphere of bygone days.

Accommodation:

Ground floor:

Entrance Hall

Radiator, doors to sunroom, sitting room, dining room

Sun Room

9'6 x 9'3 (2.90m x 2.82m)

windows to front & side, radiator, laminate floor

Sitting Room

17' x 14'5 (5.18m x 4.39m)

window to rear, internal window to sun room, inglenook style fireplace with fitted woodburner, radiator, fitted carpet, door to staircase

Dining Room

16'6 x 9'5 (5.03m x 2.87m)

double doors to rear garden, oil fired Rayburn (presently not connected) set in inglenook style fireplace, radiator, slate tiled floor

Kitchen

10' x 8'5 (3.05m x 2.57m)

window to front & side, door to front courtyard, range of kitchen units with single drainer sink, fitted range cooker, built in fridge

First floor:

accessed via staircase from the sitting room

Landing

velux roof style window to rear, further window to rear, radiator, doors to bedrooms 1 & 3 (bedroom 1 being a through bedroom) & bathroom

Bedroom 1

9'7 x 9' (2.92m x 2.74m)

window to front, velux style window to front, exposed beams, radiator, fitted carpet, door to

Bedroom 2

17'6 x 8'7 (5.33m x 2.62m)

dual aspect having window to front & window to rear, exposed beams, radiator, fitted carpet

Bedroom 3

8'3 x 7'2 (2.51m x 2.18m)

window to rear, fitted wardrobes & cupboards, exposed beams, radiator, fitted carpet

Bathroom

9'3 x 6'8 (2.82m x 2.03m)

(max), velux style window to front, bath with Triton shower over, w.c., wash hand basin set in vanity unit, heated towel rail, tiled walls, non slip floor

Outside:

Very pleasant courtyard area to the front with adjoining stone barns. Further range of timber & corrugated iron clad Garaging/Store Areas.

Adjoining Stone Barns

To the left of the property is the 'L' shaped barn approximately 23' x 17'8 and partly utilised as a Utility Room with spaces for freezers, Workshop Area and an enclosed pen for livestock. The property's heating and hot water is provided by the an oil fired boiler located in this barn. The other part of the the 'L' measures 13'7 x 13' and has been used as a Stable.

The barn to the right of the property approximately measures 44' x 17'9 overall, being the former cowshed with hayloft above. Internally one area of the barn measures 23 x 17'9 with the internal wooden cowshed partitioning the other area being 17'9 x 10' and again has been utilised as a Stable. There is also a small attached pig sty.

Beyond the Front Courtyard is a Parking Area with a range of timber and corrugated iron range of garaging/ store approximately measuring 35' x 12'overall, comprising: Hay Store 12'5 x 12'3, Garage 21'10 x 10'8 with Workshop 9'5 x 8'8, Implement Store 20' x 11'. Further timber and corrugated iron Garage to the rear measuring 14'10 x 8'9

To one side of the property is an area with Chicken Run and a small Pole Barn providing further Garaging or Machinery Store.

The Land:

Coppice area to the front of the property with native trees, the pasture land amounts to approximately 6 acres, (not measured), we are presently awaiting a plan of the land

Services:

Electricity connected. Private water and drainage.

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 'F' (online 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/9341-2886-7790-9496-3831

To View:

Strictly by arrangement with the agents

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 26th June 2017). Appropriate examples: Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.

MMP Survey Department:

If you are not buying through MMP then why not let our qualified surveyors inspect and report on the home you are buying before you complete the purchase.

We are able to undertake RICS HomeBuyer Reports and RICS Condition Reports that will provide you with a comment on any significant defects or repair items. For further information contact - Robert Thomas MRICS (Tel 01970 625020)

Website:

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