, Beulah, Llanwrtyd Wells - £450,000

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A wonderfully presented and maintained two bedroom barn conversion, with scope for a third bedroom, alongside an immaculate one bedroom self-contained annexe.... in its own grounds of approximately three acres; what more could you ask for?

Key Features

  • Stunning rural retreat with income potential and home working possibilities!
  • Two bedroom barn conversion with third bedroom in self-contained annexe
  • Well-maintained gardens with pond and stream, plus two paddocks, extending to approximately 3 acres (TBV)
  • Quality conversion with exposed beams and stonework
  • Conveniently located a short distance from Village and amenities
  • Good road access with only one neighbour
  • Courtyard parking area with space for six vehicles
  • Stunning views to the rolling Mid-Wales countryside
  • Main residence enjoying two en-suite bedrooms and family bathroom
  • Viewings recommended to appreciate in full

The property is accessed via double timber vehicular gates which open to the courtyard parking area. The well-maintained gardens which immediately surround the property have been laid mainly to lawn with mature plants, shrubbery and flowering beds. Fruit trees have also been planted, and a paved seating area is accessed directly off the Sun Room of the main residence. A Summer House containing a water pressure tank is located at the rear of the property and enjoys views over the garden, which benefits from a stream and large pond. The property borders a bridle path, and enjoys two separate, level paddocks plus a wildlife area on the Northern side of the property. The grounds in total extend to approximately three acres (TBV).

The Residence is accessed from the courtyard. The 8.66 x 5.03m main reception room is a stunning entrance to the property, with vaulted ceiling and extensive exposed timbers, logburning stove, a cosy snug, and lounge or dining area, and stairs to the 5.18 x 2.87m snug/mezzanine or occasional bedroom overlooking the main reception room. The main reception also leads out into a hardwood framed conservatory, measuring 4.91 x 3.07m and enjoying access to and views over the private gardens. An inner lobby leads to the family bathroom, and further on to the 5.87 x 2.90m kitchen/breakfast room with enough space for a dining area, and external door to the gardens. The downstairs bedroom measures 5.03 x 4.28m and enjoys fitted hardwood wardrobes, external door and an en-suite shower room. Immediately above is the second bedroom, measuring 5.40 x 4.70m and again having an en-suite shower room, and glazed door to external steps down into the grounds.

The Outbuildings are situated opposite the main house. They contain an immaculate one bedroom timber-beamed annexe which is accessed once more from the courtyard and is suitable as a holiday let. The annexe opens up into a well-fitted kitchen/reception room, with maximum measurements of 6.39 x 5.11m and having a modern fitted shower room off. Double doors lead out to a patio and the gardens, and a staircase leads up to the mezzanine bedroom, measuring 5.11 x 3.28m overlooking the reception area. The outbuildings are also set up perfectly for home-working, with an office measuring 4.90 x 3.40m and having broadband and telephone point. Finally, there is a 5.61 x 5.28m workshop with integral storage area.

Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 14.15 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).

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The property is located in a convenient position a mile or so out from the sleepy village of Beulah which enjoys a village shop and petrol station, plus a well-thought-of public house which is known in the area for its food. Llanwrtyd Wells, just five miles away, with a population of approximately 850, is the smallest town in Wales. A former Spa town, Llanwrtyd Wells lies in arguably some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales on the A483 mid-way between Builth Wells and Llandovery. Known for its friendliness and traditional pubs, Llanwrtyd has also acquired fame as the Home of Bog Snorkelling and for the annual Man versus Horse Marathon and other unusual events. The town has a primary school, medical centre, library, petrol station, post office, ATM cash point and Premier shop. The market town of Builth Wells, located at the heart of Powys, is 13 miles away. It lies within the Historic Boundaries of Brecknockshire, situated on the banks of the River Wye and the River Irfon – this upper section of the Wye Valley is well-known for trout and salmon angling. Builth Wells is famous for hosting the annual Royal Welsh Show, which is the biggest agricultural show in Europe and attracts over 240,000 visitors to the town each year.


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