- Detached Period House
- Three Bedrooms
- Large Conservatory
- Fitted Kitchen
- Bathroom & Downstairs WC
- 3 Acre Plot
- Exquisite Position Overlooking The Dragons Back
- Beast House With Potential For Conversion
- Stone Built Carport & Extensive Parking
Perched on the hillside overlooking the renown Dragon’s Back ridge in the Black Mountains and sat in gardens and grounds of approximately three acres, “Pen-Y-Wern” is a charming period home offering rare potential for improvement, in this most exquisite of locations. This double fronted stone built house dates back to mid 19th Century when it formed part of the Glan Usk Estate, originally being built by the Estate’s gamekeeper as his own residence.
The property affords ground floor accommodation comprising an entrance porch, 20’ lounge/diner with tiled floors and feature fireplace, and separate fitted kitchen. The living accommodation has been augmented by a spacious conservatory to the side, that enjoys spectacular views across the valley. In addition, there is a separate utility area and downstairs WC. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, study and three piece family bathroom. While the property is charming and characterful in its own right, there is undoubted potential locked within it, including the possibility to extend subject to the necessary consents. “Pen-Y-Wern” is accessed from the A479 via a track across an adjoining field and enjoys a secluded position affording breathtaking views of the very best that the Brecon Beacons National Park has to offer. Sitting at the rear of the plot, the property enjoys delightful formal gardens, liberally planted and benefiting from a large raised terrace, ideal for outside entertaining. The gardens slope down to a further seating area adjacent to a stone outbuilding, which has been partially converted. Subject to planning, this former crofter’s cottage offers potential as guest accommodation or holiday let. To the front of this is a stone-built detached, open-fronted garage for two cars with a further workshop in the third bay. In front and to the side there is extensive parking for numerous cars. A five bar gate separates the formal garden from a large separate field that allows the possibility of grazing or cultivation.
In summary, “Pen-Y-Wern” is an exciting opportunity; a property that affords exceptional potential both inside and out, in a truly special and superlative location. Offered with no onward chain.