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Devauden, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 United Kingdom

£1,000,000 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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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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