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Located on a quiet country lane in the picturesque village of Mamhilad within the Brecon Beacons National Park, “Llwynon” is an attractive Edwardian detached house that overlooks rolling countryside and farmland, moments from the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal. Available on the open market for the first time in over forty years, the property has been substantially extended by the current owner to create a home of both real character and flexibility within an impressive plot of approximately two thirds of an acre. On the ground floor the accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to a sitting room (currently used as a downstairs bedroom), dining room and large lounge with feature bay window affording delightful countryside views. In addition, there is a fully fitted kitchen, downstairs shower room, office and rear entrance. Of particular note is the impressive 24’ artists’ studio/pottery workshop which has its own separate entrance. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms including one with a large ante room, and a family bathroom. The property sits within a large garden that wraps around the front and sides. It is mainly laid to lawn with a driveway (providing parking for several cars) dividing the formal garden from a working area with productive vegetable patch including raised beds, greenhouse and timber shed. Accessed from Croesypant Lane, is a single garage/lock up beyond which is a further area of ground that accompanies the property. It is currently more woodland than garden and enjoys a position bordering the canal and has previously providing access for canoes directly onto the water. “Llwynon” is a home of the utmost charm in a vibrant village community that is supremely picturesque. The wide-ranging benefits afforded here are rarely found in isolation let alone in one home of such singular character. Offered with no onward chain.