Coed-Yr-Ynys Road, Llangynidr, Crickhowell - £800,000

bedrooms 3 baths 2 receptions 2

A wonderful, spacious, detached family home in a quiet location. Enjoying glorious river and countryside views, it enjoys pretty, lawned gardens of approx 1 acre which includes part of the river bank and ample parking.

Key Features

  • three double bedrooms
  • wonderful detached family home
  • popular village location surrounded by glorious countryside
  • wonderful river views
  • ample parking and a garaport
  • approx 1 acres of gardens including wild area of river bank
  • large living room and dining room
  • conservatory
  • cloakroom, bathroom and en-suite

Pendarren was originally a river bailiff's cottage overlooking the Cilwych pool on the banks of the River Usk. Dating back to 1830, it has been extended over the years and is now a charming three-bedroom house of approximately 2000 sqft. Entering the property, you are welcomed into a spacious entrance hall that offers plenty of room to also be used as an office area. To the right is a convenient cloakroom and a large living/dining room with an inglenook fireplace and wood-burning stove. The dining area at the rear enjoys lovely views over the garden. Off here is a rear porch and utility room. Completing the ground floor is a dining room with patio doors opening onto a patio seating area, a kitchen with a range of cupboard space and a conservatory from where you can sit and enjoy the glorious views over the River Usk. Ascending to the first floor, you will find three double bedrooms, all of which benefit from built-in storage. The master bedroom has a good-sized en-suite with a bath and separate shower and there is also a family bathroom. The property enjoys plenty of natural light and benefits from double glazing and solar panels which last year generated 4330 kWh.

Situated in a peaceful location, the property boasts approximately 1 acre of gardens and a semi-wild area of the riverbank which joins a SSSI and SAC. The gardens have been lovingly maintained and are made up of a large sweeping lawn, orchard area, fruit cage, wildflower meadow, established shrub and flower borders, mature trees, and several patio areas perfect for relaxing and al fresco dining. There is also a pretty stone store which would make a great studio or home office, as well as several timber garden stores. A gated parking area provides ample parking and there is also a garaport which can house a car and small motorhome. The property enjoys access to the enchanting river footpath and river, allowing you to explore and appreciate the beautiful surroundings and views. A connection to nature that is truly special.

The property is nestled in some beautiful countryside on the edge of the popular village of Llangynidr within walking distance of the local pubs, eateries, village hall, primary school, village shop and the Brecon & Monmouthshire Canal. Llangynidr is within the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty popular for outdoor pursuits including hiking, biking, horse riding, fishing and canoeing. The village is only 5 miles from Crickhowell which has an array of independent shops whilst the larger towns of Brecon and Abergavenny are both approximately 10 miles away and provide a wider 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 ‘G’.

Services: Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. LPG gas central heating. 4.77 kW solar PV with hot water storage tank. Please note we have not tested the appliances, central heating or services.

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