Hir, Dol-Y-Gaer, Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan.
£679,000 5 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
- 53 Acre Farm in Heart of Brecon eacons
- Grade II Listed Farmhouse
- 3 Bedrooms, separate 2 bed annexe
- Overlooking Pentwyn Reservoir
- Stone outbuildings
- Oil central heating
- Additional information
- Reception Rooms 2
- Style Detached
- Conservatory No
A charming 53 Acre Farm located in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park overlooking the Pentwyn Reservoir and benefiting from fabulous views of the surrounding countryside. The Grade II listed farmhouse offers comfortable 3 bed accommodation along with an integral 2 bedroom annexe.
The Accommodation Comprises:
THE MAIN HOUSE
Hallway 13' 04" x 6' 04"
with beech floor, radiator, stairs to first floor.
Lounge 18' 01" x 14' 0"
with beech wooden flooring, exposed stone wall with feature inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove with glazed front, radiator, windows (north and south).
Farmhouse Kitchen/Dining Room 18' 0" x 13' 08"
with tiled floor, range of wall and base cupboard units including 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oil fired Aga cooking range, radiator, windows (south and west).
Rear Hallway 14' 11" x 6' 06" Max
with part tiled and part beech floor, radiator, rear door to courtyard.
THE MAIN HOUSE
Landing 12' 05" x 10' 0" Max
with fitted carpet, central stairwell, radiator, window with stained glass feature (north).
Bedroom 1 18' 03" x 12' 05" Max
with part fitted carpet, part exposed wooden floor, built-in wardrobe with sliding mirror doors, vanity unit with wash hand basin, w.c to closet, radiator, windows (south and west).
Bedroom 2 14' 01" x 10' 06"
with fitted carpet, window (south).
Bedroom 3 7' 09" x 7' 07"
with fitted carpet, radiator, window (south).
Bathroom 12' 0" x 7' 03" Max
with laminate floor, part tiled walls, bath, w.c, wash hand basin, airing cupboard with mirrored doors, radiator, window (north).
Hallway 6' 00" x 4' 00"
with tiled floor, door to courtyard.
Annexe/Sitting Room 14' 09" x 13' 07"
with laminate floor, inglenook fireplace, stairs to first floor Annexe, 3 x radiators, window (east)
Utility Room/Annexe Kitchen 11' 05" x 7' 10"
with tiled floor, range of wall and base cupboard units, stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink, space for electric cooker, plumbing for washing machine, window (west).
Boiler/Store Room 8' 06" x 8' 0" Max
with tiled floor, Grant oil fired combi boiler.
W.C. 5' 06" x 4' 00"
with tiled floor, w.c, water filtration equipment.
Landing 7' 09" x 2' 07"
with fitted carpet, radiator, hatch to roof space, window (west).
Bedroom 1 11' 06" x 9' 10"
with fitted carpet, radiator, window (east).
Bedroom 2 9' 09" x 8' 09"
with fitted carpet, radiator, built in wardrobe, window (east).
Bathroom 8' 01" x 4' 09"
with laminate floor, bath, w.c, wash hand basin, part tiled walls, radiator, window (west).
The property is accessed by a private driveway from the road through a walled and gated entrance which continues up onto the yard at the rear of the farmhouse offering ample parking. The gardens are a particular feature having been landscaped to create a wonderful area to sit out and enjoy the stunning views surrounding the property. They include a patio area to the front of the farmhouse with fish pond water feature. Steps lead up to a walled, lawned garden boasting mature flower and shrub borders, summer house and dovecote. A further informal cottage garden is located at a higher level with mature trees and shrubs. .
Outbuildings & Land
The original outbuildings at Coed Hir located just below the farmhouse are a particular feature of the property. They consist of:
Traditional Stone Barn with central carriage way under stone tile roof. (33'3 x 18.3)
Stable 1 (at rear of barn) with stone tiled roof and 1/2 stable door (15' x 7'6)
Stable 2 (at rear of barn) with stone tiled roof and 1/2 stable door (10'5 x 8'0)
Cow shed and granary with slate roof and traditional openings (24'6 x 16'10)
To the front and rear of the buildings there are enclosed cobbled yards.
The land which surrounds the house and buildings totals approximately 53 acres. Stone walls and well maintained fences divide the farm into smaller enclosures providing grazing and wooded areas on the lower lying land with an open useful grazing area higher up. The farm is a haven for wildlife. The land also has direct access onto the open hill and Brecon Beacons mountain range making it ideal for walking and riding.
The Farm benefits from registered grazing rights on the adjoining hill. Details to be confirmed.
Basic Farm Payment
The land is eligible for payment under the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS). Entitlements available by separate negotiation.
Mains electricity and water are connected. Private drainage.
The mains water is pumped to the farmhouse by Welsh Water and is filtered at point of entry to the house. This filter is regularly maintained by Welsh Water.
The property is offered on the basis of freehold tenure and vacant possession.
Strictly by appointment please through the selling agents Messrs Clee Tompkinson & Francis through whom all negotiations should be conducted. Please contact our Brecon Office (01874) 622488.
Please contact David Price:- 07884 192 490.
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