, Nant Glas, Llandrindod Wells - £795,000

bedrooms 2 baths 1 receptions 1

This rare and unique opportunity to own a real piece of history in Mid-Wales must be viewed to be appreciated in full. A classical two bedroom traditional farmstead sat in its own land of 55.55 acres including gorgeous walled gardens and gently undulating pasture land - Wow!

Key Features

  • Unspoilt house in an unspoilt location!!!!!
  • Wonderful opportunity to purchase a quaint cottage sat in 55.55 acres
  • Unique and inspirational property with panoramic views to all aspects
  • Positioned at the end of a private country track
  • Traditional buildings which have been sympathetically restored by current owners
  • A perfect change of lifestyle opportunity in a historical dwelling
  • Gently undulating land with water supply and brook
  • L-shaped barns with former stables and pigsties ripe for conversion (STPP)
  • A real gem of a property that must be viewed to be appreciated in full!
  • 18 Single Farm Payment (SFP) Entitlements included in sale

Come along now to view an absolutely stunning slice of Mid-Wales. Nantyrhaidd is a wonderful traditional farmstead sat in an elevated position in the rolling hills of Powys, with panoramic views to all aspects, and offering complete privacy and tranquillity - a perfect change of lifestyle opportunity!

On the northern fringes of Nant Glas, a private entrance opens up to a well-maintained track leading only to the property. The track winds up past a large field to the front of the property, and gated access opens up to a hardstanding yard which offers parking for the property and access into the barns. 


Lovingly and painstakingly restored over the current owner's tenure, this classic Welsh farmhouse comprises a wonderful L-shaped reception room, with large Inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove inset, measuring 7.47 x 5.07m, and enjoying views over the from garden, and understairs storage. A door from here leads into the family bathroom with roll-top bath, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. A further door from the reception room leads to the 4.57 x 1.79m kitchen, with recess perfect for a fridge freezer, and bespoke kitchen fittings. There is a window overlooking the side garden and a door back to the parking area.

On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, measuring 2.72 x 2.42m and 2.75 x 2.56m and a impressive 5.01 x 3.47m landing area, perfect for conversion to additional accommodation, should this be required. The views from the first floor are simply breathtaking! The loft is also accessed from the landing which has a wooden floor and provides plenty of storage space. 


A fantastic L-shaped barn which has been used as a workshop and storage in recent years, but prior to that, have been utilised as stables, pig and sheep pens, and the original walls of the pig pens are still intact outside the walls of the barns. The main enclosure of the barn measures 12.94 x 8.87m (maximum) and again has been restored during the current owner's tenure. The property was re-roofed and had rooflights installed over the past 30 years. The barns could be further restored to be put back to their original uses, with original floors and separations still being intact.


This wonderful home enjoys a private private garden surrounding the property to the front and side, which was laid out to fruit and vegetable beds, with a path winding through down to the brook that runs down through the land. There is also a path from the front of the house leading down the front garden, with gate into one of the front fields. The land surrounds the property, and is bordered by some wonderful stone walls and double fenced hedges, and has been grazed by a local farmer's stock over recent years. 

NB 1: The vendors have informed us that the sale of the property includes 18 Single Farm Payment (SFP) Entitlements, which were purchased in 2008.

NB 2: Please note that the land contains a licensed grave of a former owner and which is marked on the south west corner of the land. Further information is available from the agents.

This is a rare opportunity to acquire a fantastic lifestyle property, which words really do not do justice to, but don't just take our word for it! Get in touch now to arrange a viewing!

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Nant Glas is a picture postcard rural hamlet offering a community spirit and some of the finest views Mid-Wales has to offer, and is a short distance from amenities, with a petrol station with convenience store and a Greggs being just down the road in Doldowlod. Nant Glas is also around five miles from Rhayader, which is a market town offering a wide range of amenities such as shops, cafes, hair dressers, pubs, a dentist, petrol station, school and leisure centre. The whole area is best known for its striking beauty and being home to the reservoirs and dams in the Elan Valley, which is perfect for country walks and taking in the fresh air. Just 14 miles away, Builth Wells has a range of amenities and facilities including Primary and secondary Schools, a cinema, leisure centre, cricket, rugby, football and golf clubs. It is also home to the internationally famous Royal Welsh Show which is the largest agricultural show in Europe. The town has good transport links, is on a bus route between Cardiff and North Wales and is also served by Builth Road Railway Station on the Heart of Wales Line. 

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