Tycwrt is situated in the superb location surrounded by glorious countryside and enjoying some of the best views around. With 3 acres, plenty of parking, a triple garage and one bed annexe, it ticks all the boxes for your rural retreat.
Tycwrt has been attractively finished and presented throughout with lots of character features such as exposed beams and fireplaces. On the ground floor you enter through a stable door into the charming kitchen/breakfast room which has a range of cupboard space and oil fired stove. Off the kitchen to the left there is a lovely conservatory which has a wood burning stove and from where you can sit and enjoy the views. To the right of the kitchen, French doors open into the dining room which has a feature exposed brick wall. This then leads through to a spacious but cosy living room which also has an oil fired stove. At the rear of the property there is a handy boot room, ideal for kicking off those muddy boots, a useful utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, office/store room and shower room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms, the master of which is a great size and has an en-suite shower. There is also an office which could be used as a third bedroom or dressing room as its connected to the master bedroom.
The property sits in an elevated position and overlooks its 3 acres of sweeping lawned gardens and a paddock which are as well kept as the property itself. There is also a good size brick paved parking area, paved patio seating area, stone retaining walls, shrub and flower borders and a lovely vegetable plot. Furthermore there are three wooden garden stores and a workshop. The triple garage is a great space and has three electric roller doors. Above this and with its own entrance, there is a one bed annexe which is ideal for a family member wanting to live separately or air B&B. The annexe has a kitchenette, good size bedroom and en-suite shower. Off the bedroom, French doors open out onto a balcony- the perfect place to sit and enjoy the incredible views with a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
The property is situated in a wonderful spot only 1.5 miles from the village of Cwmdu which has a pub and cafe. Approached by its own gated, winding drive, it looks down and across its lawned gardens, paddock and surrounding countryside to the valley beyond. The quaint and popular town of Crickhowell is 6.5 miles away which was recently named the best place to live in Wales by The Guardian and voted The UK’s best high street in 2018. It has a range of independent shops, primary school, secondary school, doctors surgery and a fantastic community spirit. The market town of Brecon is then 13.5 miles away and Abergavenny is 11.5 miles away where there is also a train station.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘B’.