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Discoed, Presteigne, Powys, LD8 United Kingdom

£525,000 Forming part of an award winning courtyard setting An exciting opportunity to put the final touches to a spectacular new building (despite its period appearance). Presently used as offices, workshop and living accommodation with planning permission to convert into a fine house Built at the turn of the millennium and yet the detail of its construction gives the appearance of an historical building blending into and complementing its immediate surroundings. The courtyard, privately owned, is formed by St Michael’s Church, opposite which is the elegant and historic Grade II * Listed Upper House, alongside of which is the long stone barn. The Courtyard has recently won an award from the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales. St Michael’s House now has planning consent to enable it to be converted into a highly individual dwelling. More recently it has been used as a workshop, offices and living accommodation. It is this combination that could still continue if required. St Michael’s House therefore in part is already habitable. The planning permission (P/2013/0040 ) goes further in creating at least 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and the large workshop area or Great Hall, with its ornate cruck beams enabling any variation to suit particular requirements, but perhaps an open plan concept to include a kitchen. Presently a pair of glazed doors open up to a fine stone staircase up to the first floor into a panelled show room beyond which is a kitchen/living room. Through the bedroom is an office. Outside provision and room for garaging is available to the side of the building and garden is situated mainly to the rear of the house they enjoy both privacy and views of the surrounding countryside.

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Cilcennin, Nr Aberaeron, West Wales, SA48 United Kingdom

£895,000 A beautifully presented house. The fine reception rooms and bedrooms of Tymawr are all decorated to an exceptionally high standard. Planning permission for change of use to a private house has been obtained, but presently it is run as an exclusive bed and breakfast. Accomodation is flexible with further potential Fine wrought iron gates form the entrance to Tymar. The drive splits, with the lower drive going to the self contained coach house and old walled garden, otherwise it sweeps up through the woodland to the front of the house, beyond which there is ample car parking. The Lobby leads into an impressive Hall with its cantilevered staircase crowned by a glazed cupola. The Sitting Room and Drawing Room are linked and each have fireplaces. The Morning Room leads through to the Dining Room with the corridor beyond, behind which is the fully fitted Kitchen. Behind the main stairs are the back stairs, cloakrooms and the ground floor ensuite bedroom. Steps lead down to the Cellar with its Cinema, Gymnasium, Laundry, Storerooms and door to the rear courtyard. There are seven individual and exceptional bedrooms each with their own superb bathrooms. One bedroom has a separate sitting room while another is large enough to be open plan with its own sitting room. At the back of the house and across the courtyard is the self contained coach house. The Porch leads into the Lobby with a door at the far end out into its private garden. Beyond the Kitchen and Sitting Room is one ensuite bedroom and at the opposite end is the second ensuite bedroom and walk in in wardrobe. The Garden Room is ideal as an ensuite bedroom for wheel chair users and is accessed directly off the drive.

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Penybont, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 United Kingdom

£485,000 A glorious location with a holiday cottage all at the end of the lane An impressive Grade II Listed house which has been significantly refurbished in recent years. The farmstead comprises in total about 16 acres, with Lot 2 being 77 acres of hill land and fishing rights on the River Ithon available separately. Is an impressive Grade II Listed house which has been significantly refurbished in recent years. Reception rooms are large. The entrance hall is welcoming. The Sitting Room has a large inglenook fireplace with a handsome Godin Colonial wood burning stove in its inglenook fireplace. The Drawing Room is large, also with a handsome fireplace, French doors to the garden and one of two staircases. The Dining Room has a large inglenook fireplace and the Kitchen is modern and fresh with an island unit, ample worktops and fitted sink, oven and gas hob. The Utility Room with the back door is next to the modern wet room. The Boot/Boiler Room houses the oil fired central heating boiler as well as the wood burning boiler which heats the Akvaterm hot water storage tanks. There is a study beyond. On the first floor there are 5 bedroom and 4 bathrooms, 3 of which are ensuite and 1 bedroom has a dressing room. There is an excellent laundry room and two attic rooms. The Cottage was converted in 1999 and is a self contained cottage perfect for holiday lets. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 shower rooms ( one ensuite). Open plan living room with a fully fitted kitchen. The outbuildings , between the house and cottage is the garaging. The group of farm buildings are accessed independently off the lane and comprise an excellent 4 bay concreted floor stock building, a 4 bay monopitched open sided barn and an “L” shaped building providing stabling, storage and workshop.

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Trefeglwys, Caersws, Powys, SY17 United Kingdom

£500,000 An exceptional property in the heart of Wales This perfect holiday retreat is a place far from the maddening crowd. Amidst wonderful walking countryside, every outdoor pursuit can be enjoyed from riding, walking fishing and biking to name but a few. The delightful local market town of Llanidloes is 6 miles away and Ynyslas beach is 30 miles. Blaencerniog, which means the source of the stream, has been enjoyed as a fantastic holiday retreat by the present vendors and their families since 2005. At that time it was all but derelict and has been sensationally restored and refurbished by MMM Architects whose brief was to create a sustainable but contemporary space. The house is heated by a ground source heat pump which runs a wet underfloor heating system. This is laid in a screed floor which acts as a thermal mass, with Element 7 wide oak plank floor above. Finishes include natural limestone in bathrooms, sustainable green oak from Powys Castle, local slate, velux windows incorporating self-cleaning glass and sheep wool insulation which has exceeded the standard recommended by Part L of the Building Regulations. It is approached via a mile long track created to give access across Common land. The Living Room which also incorporates the modern fitted kitchen is naturally lit by enlarged picture windows and doors as well as a double height window in place of the former barn door, the views from which are also enjoyed from the study area on the first floor landing. The Hall with its stone floor has a wood burning stove in the fireplace and an excellent store/boot room. The bedrooms are bright and airy with state of the art bathrooms. On the gable end of the building is a further secure store room with an external entrance, ideal for bikes and equipment. The grounds amount to about 2.5 acres.

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Llansoar, Caerleon, Newport, Monmouthshire, NP18 United Kingdom

£1,400,000 One of the splendid country houses of the Lower Usk valley Llwyn Celyn is an imposing and beautifully situated country house sitting in an elevated position with commanding views out over a scenic valley. Dating back principally to the 1830’s, the house was built on the site of an earlier farmhouse and sits amidst pleasant grounds with mature gardens to the front, extensive outbuildings to the rear and a good mixture of paddocks and woodland. The east drive sweeps up and round to an entrance porch off which is the elegant hall. Panelled doors lead off to the main reception rooms which have a host of period features including ornate ceiling plasterwork and coving; handsome fireplaces, sprung floors, picture and dado rails, panelling and large sash windows looking out over the gardens. Off an inner hall are a study, cloakrooms and kitchen with its oil-fired Aga and utility room and flower room beyond. A solid oak staircase with mahogany handrail leads up and round to a large light landing with doors off to the 6 principle bedrooms with their glorious views, the main bedroom having a pair of dressing rooms and an en-suite bathroom. Two fascinating bedrooms are up in the west Tower. The outbuildings are principally to the side and rear and comprise of the formal stables, coach house and tack room as well as various other stone buildings which are now used for garaging, storage and potting sheds. A courtyard behind the house has a range of domestic offices. The paddocks to the rear sweep round passing the hard tennis court and down to the woodland and the lower fields with a manège. EPC Rating G In all about 18.7 acres

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Pantygelli, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 United Kingdom

£650,000 One of the principal country houses of Monmouthshire with planning consent Triley Court is Listed Grade II and dates back to around 1820 when it was built in the lea of the Sugar Loaf to make the most of the stunning views out to the east. It was for years a glorious country house and enlarged in the 1880’s continuing the Georgian ideal. Triley has more recently had a chequered history, latterly becoming a care home, and as expected some of the original character was hidden plus an unsympathetic extension added. It is now unoccupied. Listed Building consent and Planning Permission has been obtained for the conversion to 6 dwellings, four being in the main elevation and two in the service wing. Without doubt these will be quite spectacular when converted and there is a demand for apartments in fine country houses. There is also planning consent for the conversion of the three stone cottages to the side. Listed Building Consent Triley Court lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park authority and the permission was granted 19th January 2015 for the conversion to four apartments and two dwellings including the erection of a two storey extension. Change of use and conversion of existing staff properties to form three dwellings, erection of garages to serve proposed dwellings and associated landscaping works. Application Reference: 12/08574/LBC Planning Permission Application Reference: 12/08573/FUL All planning documentation is available as an electronic file from the Joint Agents.

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Devauden, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 United Kingdom

£975,000 Stunningly situated and immaculate period farmhouse Glyn Farm is a handsome stone farmhouse with original stone barns and paddocks, all set within a lovely position with far reaching views sitting in an area of outstanding natural beauty just to the west of Chepstow. EPC rating E Decorated and finished to a very high standard with the layout working well for everyday family use as well as serious entertaining. Period features include parquet floors and slate floors, and exposed beams, and traditional fireplaces with inset log burners. Combined with this are modern fittings in traditional materials such as the hand built maple kitchen units with granite worktops surrounding a large oil fired Aga with electric module. All the reception rooms look out across the grounds to woodland, and rolling countryside. The first floor can be reached via two staircases. The main staircase leads up to a large landing and the master bedroom suite which has wonderful views. A bedroom off could be a dressing room, whilst 3 further bedrooms, an en suite shower, and a large bathroom are down the landing. The long tarmac drive flanked by stone walls, fields and grass leads over a cattle grid, to a gravelled section with the parking area beside the house with the garaging directly in front. To the east front, is a veranda with a wide stone terrace opening out to the lawns which run on to distant woods. To the rear, is a gravelled yard with a raised terrace. The substantial stone barn alongside the garaging has ample storage beneath and loft above. Beyond the immediate gardens is an orchard dotted with fruit trees, whilst there are 3 large paddocks. EPC rating E

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Bontddu, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 United Kingdom

£850,000 Walk down to the beach A fabulous house with holiday cottage accommodation and direct access to the estuary and secluded beaches. With profitable green credentials, spectacular views and more than 2 acres. Rhuddalt is currently run as a weekend retreat and would lend itself to similar uses as well an exceptionally comfortable family house part dating back to the 18th Century overlooking its own garden and land down to the estuary beaches. The tarmac drive leads down to the house through a pillared entrance. The old part of the house is stone under a slate roof. The hall has a tiled floor and there is a cloakroom off. The formal Dining Room has an impressive inglenook fireplace with a gas stove and bread oven and staircase. The Kitchen is fully fitted with a gas and electric range cooker and leads out into the Conservatory which is double glazed throughout with bi-folding doors on to the stone patio, the gable end of which frames the estuary view and overlooks the garden with a glazed link back into the Dining Room. The Sitting Room with glazed door on to the terrace. On the lower ground floor is the Boiler Room housing the Biomass (Okofen) boiler. There are four bedrooms in the main part of the house each with their own bathrooms and each having fabulous views of the estuary and the main bedroom having a balcony. Adjacent to the house is the holiday accommodation which comprises three separate double bedrooms each with their own shower room. The gardens and grounds lie mainly to the front and side of the house and are attractively compartmentalised with stone walling comprising a small orchard, vegetable garden and paddock running down towards the estuary.

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Cwmdauddwr, Rhayader, Powys, LD6 United Kingdom

£375,000 A pretty oak framed house and separate bothy in a delightful setting. Built in 2011 by Welsh Oak Frame, this is a modern house designed to the highest specification in the prettiest of locations. The Bothy will make an ideal studio, office or holiday cottage Mill Cottage was built in 2011, by Welsh Oak Frame Ltd from Newtown, to an exceptionally high specification. Utilising oak with timber clad external walls under a slate roof, it has large and light reception rooms opening out on to the garden and enjoying fabulous views. Underfloor heating is on the ground floor and solar panels provide hot water. The new oak framed garage is beside the house and a pretty traditional stone Bothy on two floors, will make an ideal studio, annex or holiday cottage. The property has a gated entrance off the lane. A porch shelters the front door through to a slate floored Hall off which is the fully fitted Utility Room and separate Cloakroom. The “L” shaped Kitchen/Dining Room is a glorious room with two pairs of French doors opening out on to the garden, a slate floor throughout and the main staircase with gallery landing. The Kitchen has handmade oak floor mounted units, marble work tops and fitted sink, oven, and induction hob. The Living Room also has French doors to the garden and a wood burning. Off the Hall is a Bedroom/Study and an ensuite Bathroom. The galleried landing on the first floor leads to the principle Bedroom with its Juliet balcony and ensuite shower room and a further Bedroom. The oak framed Garage measures about 5.4m x 4.5m and stand beside and compliments the house. The stone built Bothy measures about 6.3m x 3.7m. The pretty gardens surround the house with its hedged boundary to the front.

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Lydart, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25 United Kingdom

£1,300,000 Stunningly situated contemporary house in extensive grounds Ridge Lea dates back to 1998 when it was built to make the most of the stunning position. The current owners moved in a few years later and have completely transformed it to the splendid house it is now. Sitting in mature grounds, it is approached down a long gravel drive to a parking area. The hall has Travertine tiled floors, an elegant staircase, and glazed or panelled doors off to the main reception rooms. The Drawing room has full wall of windows with sliding doors, panelling, plate rail, picture lights and a Minster stone fireplace with inset Jotul log burner. The Dining room, with its elegant coving and ceiling roses, has stunning views, whilst the Sitting room has French windows to the terrace and another inset log-burner. Double glazed doors open to the Breakfast room with French windows to the garden terrace, whilst the Kitchen has a full range of fitted units around a Britannia oven and a continuation of the Travertine floor. An oak and glazed Garden room connects through to the Utility room with range of work surfaces, a shower room/cloakroom and another reception room. From the hall, the stairs lead up to an imposing galleried landing with doors off to the main bedrooms, the master bedroom having a pair of dressing rooms, a balcony and a sumptuous en-suite bathroom with tiled walls. Two of the five remaining bedrooms are en-suite and there is a generous family bathroom. The gardens and grounds run mainly to the south of the house and comprise of a wide expanse of grass dotted with rockeries, herbaceous beds, shrubs, mature and novice trees. These include some splendid Oak and Sycamore, with the drive flanked by Beech hedges and Cherry. Tennis Court.

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Phocle Green, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 United Kingdom

£695,000 Substantial former Mill in large grounds and pond Rudhall Mill dates back to the early 18th Century when it was built as a working Mill, and was converted in the late 1980’s by the current owner Built of mellow stone, Rudhall Mill sits amidst lovely gardens and is a highly characterful family house. The accommodation is on four floors which include garaging and ancillary services on the lower level, the reception rooms and two floors of bedrooms. The main reception rooms include sitting, drawing and dining rooms and have substantial exposed beams and fireplaces with fine views out over the gardens. The well equipped kitchen has a range of oak fronted units with a marble effect work surface and oil fired Rayburn. A serving hatch opens to the dining room. The five bedrooms above are all well-proportioned with the master bedroom having an extensive range of cupboards and wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. The basement level is particularly impressive with a pair of large garages on opposing ends with automatic doors and a store room, utility, and shower room between. The gardens and grounds are principally south facing are principally south facing and comprise extensive lawns, dotted with mature shrubs and trees, herbaceous beds and dominated by a large pond with central island. A brook forms the southern boundary, whilst closer to the house is a wide expanse of gravelled yard leading to both the garages and back to the crenelated wall The house itself has some fine creepers including a majestic wisteria.

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Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, SA19 United Kingdom

£475,000 A handsome yet slightly tired country house Llwyn-Y-Celyn is in essence a mid-Victorian country house though with earlier origins from around the 17th Century. It was built to make the most of the stunning views out to the south and east. Internally there are some fine reception rooms and the current owner has undertaken some improvement work though this is an on-going project. The study and dining room are approached from the long hall and have good period features including coving, wide bay windows, alcoves and handsome fireplaces. The extremely impressive end sitting room was designed to make the most of the stunning views and has recently had new double-glazed windows. The kitchen and utility rooms to the rear are generally unmodernised. Behind the hall are the billiard room and the back stairs to allow access to a separate 2 bedroom and kitchen annexe, should it be required. There is a wine Cellar with original storage bins and racks. The handsome main staircase leads up and around to a light landing with the three front bedrooms being well proportioned and having stunning views. Two further bedrooms are either side of the landing with door and steps down to the annexe bedrooms. There are in total three bathrooms. The two principle outbuildings lie off the rear yard close to the back drive and comprise of Stable Block and Barns / Coach House. The former has a lapsed planning consent for a 3 bedroom cottage. The gardens were principally designed to make the most of the stunning views. Terracing and lawns to the front run to the boundary and are a stunning afternoon sitting area In all 3.5 acres

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Velindre, Brecon, Powys, LD3 United Kingdom

£435,000 A sensational new village house in a courtyard setting. In the heart of a pretty village, this delightful house is state of the art both in design and green credentials with its biomass boiler and solar panels. Simple to manage and easy to run The village of Velindre lies to the south of Glasbury, which straddles the River Wye. It is all but equidistant between Hay on Wye and Brecon and therefore is well placed for easy access to these towns and well as the glorious countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley. Schools are abundant in the area and there are excellent facilities in this and neighbouring villages. Glas Y Dorlan means Kingfisher in Welsh, which is apt given that the house stands beside a brook. Glas Y Dorlan is a recently constructed house. The key design features are: Border Oak Frame with highly insulated living space. Norwegian high performance triple glazed windows with integral blinds. Danish whole house ventilation system with heat pump supplying fresh warm air. Future proofed house with low running costs and intelligent heating, solar hot water and ventilation systems. Passive solar design maximizing the heat from the sun. Austrian biomass boiler providing heating and hot water, supplemented by the solar and ventilation systems. Planning for a conservatory is available. Currently producing holiday rental income of approximately £17,000 per annum The Gardens are pretty and overlook the brook and are very manageable.

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Penpergwm, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 United Kingdom

£850,000 Splendidly situated period house and cottage Llangattock Court is one of the important houses in Monmouthshire. Dating back to the early Tudor period and Grade II* Listed, the house is essentially of 3 specific periods, the 1500s, 1600’s and early 1900’s. Llangattock Court is a combination of all these styles and has immense period charm. There are fine period features including moulded stone doorways, decorative tiling, sprung floors, picture rails, exposed beams and handsome stone fireplaces, many with log burning stoves. Most importantly are the proportions of the reception rooms which have high ceilings, rare for a house of this age. The kitchen is to the rear, with a good range of units and a Britannia LPG stove set in a tiled chimney breast. The rear hall leads to a utility room whilst just outside are storerooms with loft space above. A handsome staircase leads up to a large light landing and the equally well-proportioned bedrooms with lovely views out over the gardens and the mountains beyond. There are two en-suite bathrooms, an en-suite and family shower. The room above the porch is a characterful study. The spacious Cottage was originally outbuildings attached to the main house but now is a fine two bedroom house with good reception rooms and bathroom, all in excellent condition (see floorplans). It has a separate drive, private gardens, a terrace and a very useful outbuilding alongside the gravel parking area. The main gardens lie to three sides with wide expansive lawns dotted with various mature shrubs and trees.

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