Hennoyadd Road, Swansea - £275,000

bedrooms 3 baths 2 receptions 2

A unique, Grade II listed, three bedroom property full of history, charm & features such as exposed stone walls, beams, wooden floors, fireplaces & leaded windows. Set in wonderful gardens it has plenty of parking, two large reception rooms, kitchen/diner, utility, two bathrooms & a cellar.

Key Features

  • Wonderful former farmhouse
  • Grade II Listed
  • three bedrooms
  • full of character
  • two reception rooms
  • kitchen/diner
  • two bathrooms
  • large lawned gardens
  • parking
  • utility room
  • village location

Hennoyadd Farm is a historic, Grade II listed property thought to date back to the 14th Century. Full of character it has features such as thick exposed stone walls, inglenook fireplace, fabulous exposed beams, wooden floors and tiny leaded windows. On the ground floor is a large, impressive living room which has an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and stone fireplace opposite. From this room the cellar can be accessed down a stone winding stairs. The living room also leads through to the sitting room which also boasts lots of features. The kitchen is a good size and has a range of wooden cupboards, worktops, hob and split level oven. Also on the ground floor is a handy utility room with WC. Upstairs are the three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom is spectacular. The master bedroom is spectacular. Open to the underside of the roof it has large exposed roof timbers, exposed stone wall with fireplace and leaded windows. Outside there is plenty of parking, a lawned area with borders, shrubs and specimen trees along with a flagstone terrace with vine pergola and small pond. At the rear of the property is a small valley with herbaceous plants and what used to be a small duck pond.

Abercraf is a village in the upper Swansea Valley just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by wonderful countryside there are countless great walks on your doorstep and it has a pub, post office, primary school and rugby club. Ystradgynlais is approximately 2.5 miles which has a wider range of shops and amenities and the city of Swansea is 17.5 miles away making the village ideal for commuters who want to live in a village location.

Outside: At the front is a large parking area and a flagstone seating area with pergola and vine over. There is a large lawned area with specimen trees, shrubs and borders. There is also a small valley at the rear with herbaceous borders and small duck pond.

Council Tax: We have been informed by the local authority that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘E’.

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