A delightful country smallholding set in a pretty valley some 5 miles from the market town of Brecon. This 10 acre property has a renovated 3 bedroom period farmhouse with a spacious one bedroom attached self contained annex; a range of traditional stone outbuildings; modern buildings; menage and a site that benefits from a caravanning and camping club license for 5 motorhomes.
Description Tynewydd is a beautifully situated 10 acre smallholding located 5 miles north of Brecon just outside the rural hamlet of Lower Chapel. This lovely property has been the subject of renovation works over the past 10 years and now offers a restored 3 bedroom farmhouse which has many period features and an attached 1 bedroom self contained annex ideal for overspill family or potentially as an air BNB type unit.
The traditional courtyard is flanked by a series of stone barns which offer great potential to a prospective buyer. Part of the barn already contains a playroom area with further potential as a holiday let/ home office etc subject to all the usual consents.
. Complimenting the homestead is the useful grounds which amounts to about 10 acres in total which includes two paddocks ideal for the keeping of ponies or livestock, Adjacent to the more modern farm buildings is a menage.
The current occupier uses an area of land adjacent to the homestead as a small camping site for 5 motorhomes under a Caravan and Camping Club license. There is a loo with hot and cold water and electric hook up points.
Location The homestead is located a quarter of a mile from the village of Lower Chapel, up a narrow country lane which gives a high degree of privacy and with only one property beyond and minimal road noise.
Lower Chapel is a pretty little village on the B4520 back road to Builth Wells, approximately 5 miles north of Brecon. Although situated just outside the Brecon Beacons National Park, the area is renowned for its beauty with wonderful walks and rides nearby, whilst being very accessible. Lower Chapel has a church and a chapel and is within the catchment area of the popular Cradoc primary school, some 4 miles away. Other nearby facilities include an 18 hole championship golf course, also at Cradoc. The county town of Brecon has excellent facilities for its population size including supermarkets, public and private schools, canal side theatre, small hospital, cinema, leisure centre, etc. Swansea, Cardiff, Newport, Hereford and the Severn Bridge are all roughly an hour's drive away.
Walk Inside You enter the property from the large courtyard to the front with steps leading to the glazed front entrance porch, providing sheltered access to both the main farmhouse and annex. The main door of the farmhouse opens into a spacious Living Room with the focal point being the large inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove with wooden mantel over. Completing the ground floor is the Kitchen/Breakfast Room comprising a range of kitchen units with inset sink and drainer, Worcester oil fired boiler, recess for cooker and door to rear garden.
First Floor A carpeted staircase leads to the first-floor landing which in turn provides access to the two front double bedrooms and family Bathroom which comprises a panelled bath with shower over, W.C., pedestal sink and exposed floorboards. A small set of steps leads down to a further spacious double bedroom and modern Shower Room having tiled walls, walk-in shower cubicle, W.C., pedestal sink and towel radiator. From the landing a door leads to a traditional staircase which leads up to a large attic storage space.
Annex Attached to the farmhouse is the self contained annex which enjoys a wonderful open plan Kitchen/Living space. To one end is an exposed stone wall with inset Rayburn with wooden mantel over and an adjoining former bread oven. The kitchen comprising of a range of units with solid oak worktops with inset Belfast sink, central island with breakfast bar and space for sofa with French doors opening to the patio garden. Beyond is a utility room, a useful space to complement the kitchen providing plenty of room for coats and muddy boots with tiled floor, range of units, Belfast sink, Grant oil fired boiler, plumbing for washing machine, space for white goods and a separate Shower Room which is fully tiled with large walk-in shower, vanity sink unit and w.c.
.. From the kitchen a door leads to an oak tread staircase that provides access to the first floor; a spacious Bedroom utilising the entire first floor space with exposed beams, windows overlooking the courtyard and airing cupboard.
Coach House Attached to the annex is the old Coach House which offers great potential to create extra living accommodation/holiday let, subject to the usual consents.
Outside Tynewydd boasts an excellent range of both traditional and modern buildings, grouped around a tarmacadam courtyard which provides excellent turning and parking space. The buildings comprising of a magnificent stone cow shed ideal for stables, animal housing with stairs leading to loft over; ideal as a home office/games room. Adjoining is a large stone hay barn with split level floor, ideal for storage. Alongside is a steel framed barn, lean-to sheep shed and 2 traditional pig cotts. All providing an ideal space for storage and shelter for machinery, vintage and livestock
The property stands in gardens and grounds of circa 10.5 acres. For those looking for peaceful country living, then this property is the ideal package.
The current owner has utilised part of the site to create hardstandings to accommodate 5 motorhomes under a Caravan and Camping club license.