Dyffryn Crawnon, Crickhowell - £685,000

bedrooms 5 baths 2 receptions 2
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A four bedroom farmhouse with attached one bed annexe and 5 acres. In a wonderful rural location it has superb views, lots of original features, a living room, kitchen/diner, utility, plenty of parking, outbuildings and pretty gardens. 

Key Features

  • four bed farmhouse
  • wonderful rural location
  • stunning views
  • plenty of parking
  • outbuildings
  • 5 acres
  • pretty gardens
  • living room and kitchen/diner
  • attached one bed annex

The farmhouse has been sympathetically renovated over the years and most recently the attached barn has been converted into a one bed annexe. Providing flexible accommodation, the annexe is ideal for an independent family member or would make a great holiday let. The farmhouse comprises a good size entrance hall, wet room, kitchen/diner with AGA and range cooker, sitting room, utility, four bedrooms and bathroom with separate shower. Features include fireplaces with wood burning stoves, tiled floors, exposed beams and winding stone stairs. The property also benefits from solar panels which currently provides the owners with all their electricity and the spring water has a UV and two micro filters.

The annexe has a contemporary feel and has an open plan kitchen/living/dining room with island, wood burning stove and spiral staircase. The living area is open to the underside of the roof with the galleried bedroom above which is en-suite.

Duffryn Crawnon is a beautiful valley within the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is 4 miles from the popular village of Llangynidr which has a post office/village shop, community hall, garage and two pubs. The village is situated between Crickhowell and Brecon which provide a wider range of shops and amenities.

The property has about 5 acres of gardens and a paddock. Opposite the farmhouse is a stone hay barn 11.03 x 4.95 and a lean-to outbuilding. Behind is a modern portal frame barn 13.52 x 11.85. The pretty gardens are laid mainly to lawn with terraced borders, low retaining stone walls and variety of shrub and colourful flower borders. There is also a vegetable area, greenhouse, sheep pens and a wooded stream.

Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘F’.

Please Note: The driveway belongs to the property but the local farmer has a right of way to his fields at the bottom.


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