Llanelieu, Brecon - £320,000


Nestled on the banks of a stream, a unique and characterful Granary conversion enjoying views and flexible accommodation. Ideal for someone wanting to get away from it all. It has a great kitchen/diner, first floor living room, a great studio with lots of potential and attractive gardens & parking.

Key Features

  • Wonderful Granary Conversion
  • Rural Hamlet In Some Wonderful Countryside
  • Studio/Pottery
  • Gardens Onto A Stream
  • Lots Of Character
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Flexible Accommodation
  • Potential To Create More Living Space
  • First Floor Living Room

As the name suggests the property was a traditional stone granary with a cart shed below. Now it is a delightful home with pottery/studio. Enjoying lots of character it has slate and oak floors, exposed beams and a handmade kitchen. On the ground floor is a kitchen/diner which is part open to the underside of the roof with a gallery over. It also has underfloor heating and doors opening onto the garden. Also on the ground floor is an internal utility/cloaks area, wet room and large bedroom with full length glazed windows and door. Upstairs is a delightful living room open to the underside of the roof, bathroom and gallery bedroom/study. Off the kitchen is a great space currently being used as a pottery however could also be used as a studio or extra living accommodation. Currently split into two rooms it has a toilet and access onto the garden. The gardens are made up of a patio area with stone retaining walls, perfect for catching the afternoon/evening sun, shrub and flower borders, raised vegetable beds and a lawn which runs down to a stream. The property also has two parking areas to the front and side.

Llanelieu is a tiny hamlet built around a Church in the foothills of the Black Mountains. It is surrounded by wonderful countryside within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is about 2.5 miles from Talgarth, a small market town which has a range of shops, pubs, hairdressers, doctors’ surgery, primary school, library, vets and fully restored 18th Century working flour mill, bakery and riverside cafe. The area boasts some stunning scenery and with countless wonderful walks on your doorstep Talgarth now runs a popular walking festival each year. The area is also popular with outdoor pursuit’s enthusiasts who can enjoy activities such as hiking, mountain biking, horse riding, canoeing and gliding.

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