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Cwmdu, Crickhowell £895,000

Sold STC
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  • Characterful Barn Conversion
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Spectacular Rural Location & Exceptional Views
  • Large Kitchen/Diner With Pantry & Utility
  • Lounge With Vaulted Ceiling
  • Three Bathroom
  • Potential For a Separate Annexe
  • 2 Acre Paddock & Orchard
  • Formal Garden & Vegetable Garden
  • Large Potting Shed & Workshop

Located on the edge of the village of Cwmdu near Crickhowell, Llwynaumawr Farm is a uniquely charming home enjoying a superb rural setting in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Converted over twenty years ago from an agricultural building dating back to the mid-17th Century the property affords exceptionally broad and flexible accommodation that retains a wealth of features and character. The ground floor accommodation centres around the 19’ lounge with double height, vaulted ceiling, double French doors to the front and rear, and feature fireplace. To one side, is the superb kitchen/family room which includes a separate utility room and pantry. Beyond the kitchen is a fabulous sunroom with picture windows affording breathtaking views, and off which is a boot area and WC. To the other side of the lounge is a downstairs double bedroom and a bathroom. Stairs from the lounge lead up to the superb galleried landing and the expansive master bedroom. This includes extensive fitted storage, a fabulous Juliet balcony looking out across the front garden down the valley and benefits from an en-suite bathroom. The current owners utilise a further bedroom in this section as a dressing area/study, but this could equally be a second bedroom turning the en-suite into a Jack and Jill bathroom. The first floor accommodation on the other side of the lounge is accessed via two separate staircases and certainly offers the potential to divide the house into two separate sections, either for multi-generational living or as a source of income. The accommodation includes two double bedrooms and a modern shower room. A staircase leads down to a large room currently used for juicing apples, that could be converted into a further living space. As splendid as the house is, it is equally matched by the superlative gardens and grounds that make up a plot of approximately 3.5 acres. To the front there is a driveway providing parking for several cars across which is the productive vegetable garden and soft fruit area served by a 23’ potting shed and attached workshop. Behind these out buildings there is a fully intact, original pig sty. The gardens to the rear have been cultivated over decades and as a result are wonderfully mature. They combine a blend of fruit, ornamental and woodland trees, shrubs, flower beds and seating areas with a small stream running through. The vista from all parts of the garden is truly exceptional, with views up and down the valley, and the mountains providing a breathtaking backdrop. From the top of the drive, a track leads up to the paddock of over 2 acres that has been planted with roughly 75 fruit trees. Planted over 20 years ago, these are mostly apple with many heritage Welsh varieties, including eaters, cookers and cider apples. Other fruit trees across the grounds include plum, cherry, damson, quince and pear. However, apples have been the current owners’ main focus with a healthy average yield of over 800 bottles of juice per year. It should be noted that the paddock benefits from separate vehicular access and therefore would also work very well for purchasers looking for a smaller equestrian facility. In summary, Llwynaumawr Farm is a wonderful home of real character with enviable grounds to enjoy, in a location that represents the very best that the Brecon Beacons National Park has to offer.


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Cwmdu
Crickhowell NP8 1RS
County: Powys
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 00002788
Lucy Maggs
Christie Residential
 
  01873 852221