, Rhayader - £465,000

bedrooms 5 baths 3 receptions 3

A detached country residence that really has the 'WOW' factor! Superbly presented and proportioned accommodation, Ty Gamallt sits in its own gardens and grounds of just under one acre, and boasts a self-contained annexe, as well as some of the finest views Mid-Wales has to offer!

Key Features

  • Superbly presented and improved rural residence
  • Flexible accommodation with self-contained annexe
  • Large reception hallway and two further receptions on ground floor
  • Generous gardens and grounds extending to just under one acre
  • Located a couple of miles from Rhayader and close to Y Gilfach nature reserve
  • Four bedrooms in main residence with en-suite to master
  • Council tax band 'F'
  • Energy performance certificate - D
  • Striking views to rolling Mid-Wales countryside
  • Viewings essential to appreciate quality and situation

Ty Gamallt is a fine family home located in the heart of some breath-taking scenery in beautiful, rural Mid-Wales. The property itself boasts large, manicured gardens and grounds which extend in total to just under one acre. 

Set back, and elevated from the A470, this detached residence enjoys a private sweeping driveway which leads up to the property itself, with ample parking for numerous vehicles and a turning area next to the house itself. The parking area is adjacent to the front door of the property, which is protected from the elements via an enclosed porch.

The porch opens up into a large reception hallway, which has a lovely dining area with dual aspect windows looking out over the gardens of the property, and the stairs to the first floor landing also rise from this room. A door from here leads into a modern fitted kitchen, with ample space for food preparation and cooking, as well as having a useful larder corner cupboard. A door from the kitchen leads on to a useful utility room, with external door to the rear garden, and WC with wash hand basin off. A lobby from the reception hallway leads to the other reception areas on the ground floor, with a downstairs study or sitting room and an impressive main reception room, with woodburning stove inset into a feature fireplace with tiled hearth, and dual aspect windows overlooking the gardens and flooding the room with natural light.

The impressive accommodation continues on the first floor, and there are three double bedrooms on offer, with a large single currently utilised as an office. Three of the bedrooms have views to the front, which are nothing short of spectacular over the rugged Mid-Wales countryside. The master bedroom enjoys a large en-suite bathroom with suite of panelled bath, low flush WC and wash hand basin inset into a vanitory unit, as well as fitted wardrobes. One of the other bedrooms has a small cupboard, and the single bedroom has cupboard housing the hot water tank. The accommodation on the first floor is completed by a modern family shower room, enjoying a suite of double shower cubicle, low flush WC and wash hand basin inset into a vanitory unit.

The annexe is accessed via its own entrance to the side of Ty Gamallt, with double opening doors leading into the self-contained unit. The main room of the annexe enjoys a kitchen area, with sink inset into a corner working surface, a large studio style seating/bedroom area, and a self-contained en-suite shower room, boasting a corner shower, and wash hand basin and WC in a vanitory unit. This excellent self-contained annexe is ideal for housing guests as an income, or as a 'granny annexe'.

Externally, the property benefits from the aforementioned driveway and turning area. The gardens and grounds around the property are well kept, and laid mainly to lawn with patio seating areas, and are flanked by mature hedging, flowers and bushes, a sloping rockery garden to the rear bursts into colour at varying points throughout the year. A five-bar gate leads from the edge of the garden through to the paddock, which stretches to the north from the house, and is again laid mainly to lawn, with stables, secure lock up shed and woodstore.

An exceptional family home in a convenient location, in a beautiful part of the world - what more could you ask for? Call us today to book in your viewing!

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The property is located a couple of miles to the northwest of Rhayader, a market town offering a wide range of amenities such as shops, cafes, hairdressers, pubs, dentist, petrol station, primary school and leisure centre. The area is best known for its striking beauty and being home to the reservoirs and dams in the Elan Valley, perfect for country walks and taking in the fresh air. It is a well-known walker’s and cyclist's paradise, whilst the Red Kite feeding centre at Gigrin Farm offers a truly unique experience to see these magnificent birds up close. Around 10 miles away is Llandrindod Wells, the county town of Powys. Offering an extensive range of retail, recreational and educational facilities, the Spa Town is a popular destination for visitors, set in picturesque surrounding countryside. Llandrindod also boasts The Albert Hall theatre, the National Cycle Collection museum and the beautiful 13 acre Lake Park and picnic area. Just 14 miles away, Builth Wells also has a range of amenities and facilities including 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. Slightly further afield but easily accessible, is the beautiful coastal town of Aberystwyth.

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