This truly unique property, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park, comprises a detached, three bedroomed stone farmhouse, together with its original Grade II listed house, two fine detached stone barns and other useful outbuildings. Surrounded by circa 15 acres of pasture, (tbv) Cilfaenor commands timeless, inspiring views over the village of Cwmdu to the Black Mountains.
On its own, Cilfaenor sits on the outskirts of Cwmdu, a small and popular village within the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The village has plenty to do and see on its door step, has several pubs, village hall and café and is only five miles from the sought after town of Crickhowell, recently named as one of the best places to live in the UK and voted Britain’s Best High Street in 2018. Crickhowell has a thriving high street and community, great secondary school, doctor’s surgery, dentist and is only six miles from the larger market town of Abergavenny which has a wide range of shops and amenities including a mainline train station.
The property has some impressive original features, including flagstone floors, a winding stone staircase, inglenook fireplace with bake oven and an oak screen. The accommodation comprises a large, double height conservatory which takes full advantage of the unbroken views, a comfortable kitchen diner with an oil-fired Rayburn for cooking, central heating and hot water, with a utility room, shower and WC adjacent. The cosy period sitting room is currently split with an original oak screen. The stone staircase leads to the first floor landing with the master bedroom having en-suite facilities and good integral storage/wardrobe facilities. Double bedroom 2 with dual aspect and double bedroom 3 with airing cupboard are served by the family bathroom.
Two large stone barns flank the property, providing workshop, garage and office space, along with stabling and expansive storage including a mezzanine level.
Cilfaenor Farmhouse is set off by well-maintained, established gardens, including an extensive vegetable garden with attractive wooden summerhouse, natural stone walls and many lovely areas to sit and relax. In addition there is a very useful Polytunnel.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘E’.