An unique grade ll listed three bedroom home offering flexible accommodation and retaining many of the original period features. Of particular interest are the arches, of medieval origin, found in the front porch and the entrance hall. Also included is a 2/3 of an acre paddock.
A wonderful, semi-detached house dating back to 1676 according to the inscription over the front door, although in the listing it is described as older with lots of individual features. It is grade II listed, has arched stone doorways, a wood burning stove, exposed stone walls, flagstone floors and beams. The accommodation is spacious with two living rooms both with wood burning stoves, a large kitchen/dining room with an aga, large utility with toilet and garden room. Upstairs are three double bedrooms a large bathroom and a shower room. Outside at the front corner is a courtyard garden and at the rear a paved area with a wooden bridge over a stream to the garden and a lovely 2/3 of an acre paddock.
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.