, Llangynidr, Crickhowell - £395,000

bedrooms 3 baths 1 receptions 1

A unique, three bed, detached, character cottage within a popular village and enjoying parking and easily managed gardens

Key Features

  • three bedrooms
  • detached character property
  • sought after village location
  • easily managed gardens
  • parking
  • good size living room
  • kitchen/diner
  • bespoke fittings and character features
  • bathroom
  • no chain
  • freehold

Nestled in the heart of the village, this captivating, detached, three-bedroom cottage exudes character and charm at every turn. Stepping inside the property you are greeted by an entrance hall, complete with a convenient store cupboard. The spacious living room, bathed in natural light, beckons with its exposed stone walls, vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. Venturing down the hallway leads you to the bathroom which comprises of a bath with shower over, toilet, wash hand basin and bidet. Cleverly integrated bespoke fittings, including a corner cupboard and a built-in bottle cupboard, enhance both functionality and aesthetics. The heart of the home lies in the kitchen/diner. Here, impressive log ceiling joists frame the space, while an exposed stone inglenook fireplace takes center stage, adorned with a cast iron range. Bespoke oak cupboards, accented by stained glass wall cupboards, offer ample storage, while a breakfast bar provides the perfect spot for casual dining. There is also an integrated oven, hob and door to the front. A real feature of the property is its stairs. Crafted from oak, it gracefully winds around a full-length tree trunk with an oak handrail and feature oak pegs. Ascending these stairs leads you to the three bedrooms.

Outside the gardens are a good size and easily managed. Mainly laid to lawn there are also paved paths, a vegetable area and a parking area. There is also an attractive stone garden store and a second store room attached to the property.

Llangynidr is a popular village inside the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by wonderful countryside, it has a primary school, village hall, several pubs, village store with a post office and a small garage/petrol station which are all within a short walk from the house. Enjoying plenty to see and lots to do on the doorstep, Llangynidr is only 5 miles from Crickhowell, recently voted Britain’s Best High Street. The larger towns of Brecon and Abergavenny are both approximately 10 miles away and have a range of shops and amenities, Abergavenny also has a train station.

Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘F’.

Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Please note we have not tested the appliances, central heating or services.

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