A “simply delightful” Grade II listed former Powys pub is up for sale.

The White Hart in Gladestry has been described as “bursting with character and an abundance of original period features”.

The building was previously a public house that dated back to the 16th Century but has since been converted into a four bedroom home.

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Agents Sunderlands, who are handling the sale, said: “The White Hart is a former public house which has been converted to provide beautifully presented and extensive four-bedroom accommodation with a garden, parking, outbuildings and a paddock.


The property boasts a “sitting room with exposed beams, an original range fireplace and a small annex, currently used as a playroom but could also make a useful office space.”

The kitchen is the “heart of this house” and “is well-equipped with a range of fitted base units, a ceramic drainer sink, an oil-fired aga, electric hob and oven.

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“It is of exceptional proportion with exposed beams and three windows which allow light to flood the room making it a bright and airy space.”

They add that “this is a simply delightful house bursting with character and charm.”

They also heap praise on the gardens and add: “Immediately in front of the house there is a parking area and a path leading to the front door.

“The lower garden area is mainly laid to lawn, interspersed fruit trees and a central border with the attractive feature of bordering the Gladestry Brook.

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“Fronting on to the garden there is a cart shed which is of timber construction and offers garden storage.

“A private pathway leads along the river to a gate which opens up to a paddock with small woodland extending to approximately 1.80 acres with the Gladestry Brook running through part of it.

“Overall, this property is haven of peace and tranquillity with an abundance of wildlife.”

The house has been given a guide price of £675,000.