In the heart of a friendly rural community in Mid-Wales, this outstanding former schoolmaster's house must be seen to be appreciated in full!
This fantastic home will leave you speechless with the accommodation on offer, and then the views are something else. Situated in the heart of the Gwesyn Valley, the property is believed to have been constructed in 1895 using local stone, serving initially as the schoolmaster's house, and it has been sympathetically maintained over the years to provide quality accommodation ideal for somebody looking to escape from the city life, and enjoy the peace and quiet that Mid-Wales has to offer.
Approached from the country lane that meanders through the hills and the hamlet of Abergwesyn, the property enjoys plenty of off-road parking leading up to a detached double garage with garden shed and log store to the rear. The gardens themselves are a real feature of this property, and extend to approximately one acre (TBV), having been carefully maintained by the current owners to provide several different seating areas, for the morning coffee or evening glass of wine, several viewing points to take in the stunning scenery which surrounds, and privacy with a private copse to keep you well stocked with firewood for the logburning stove!! A pathway leads around the gardens so you can really take in the unspoilt scenery, and there is even a small brook, so you can sit and listen to the water passing through! There are two verandas, on the Western and Northern sides to the property, providing shelter and a lovely view out over the grounds of this fine country residence. There is also some useful outbuildings to the side of the house, housing the water filtration system and with ample space for garden tools etc.
Internally, the property is accessed via the entrance hallway, which gives access into the 4.92 x 3.71m main reception room with logburning stove inset into a feature fireplace, original cupboards, and dual aspect windows. The hallway also leads into the 3.12 x 2.14m snug. The pretty kitchen/diner is of good size, measuring 5.46 x 4.78m enjoying a modern fitted kitchen, with breakfast bar area, original cupboards, Rayburn and door into the 3.53 x 2.72m snug or fourth bedroom. From the other side of the kitchen, a door leads into the utility room, measuring 5.06 x 2.84m and enjoying a Belfast sink, many useful fitted storage cupboards, and external door and modern shower room. On the first floor, there are three superbly proportioned double bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and two with original built-in cupboards and original fireplaces, and a large family bathroom with additional shower cubicle.
Viewings are highly recommended on this stunning family home, in an outstanding, picturesque part of Mid-Wales. Don't just take our word for it, call us now to register your interest so we can book a viewing when restrictions are eased!
The vendors inform us that satellite broadband which can go up to average speed of up to 33 Mbps depending on your tariff.
Abergwesyn is a village in the Welsh county of Powys, in Mid-Wales, at the start of the Abergwesyn valley and the confluence of the Afon Irfon and the Afon Gwesyn and is 52 miles from Cardiff and 158 miles from London. Abergwesyn Commons stretch for 12 miles between the Nant Irfon valley and Llanwrthwl. They are rich in archaeology, including Bronze Age ritual sites and deserted medieval villages. A National Trust project is focused on the preservation of the peatland.