Defynnog, Brecon, Powys

£800,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
DESCRIPTION Tredustan Hall is a period country property with origins believed to date back around 250 years, the main section is understood to be early Victorian with high level ceilings, attractive tiled flooring and well-appointed rooms. The property offers family sized accommodation which includes 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms while at ground floor level are 4 good sized reception rooms, cloakroom, kitchen and utility space. This lovely home retains many original features including attractive tiled floor, moulded cornice, period fire surrounds and original window shutters. The property is set in approximately 4.5 acres including paddocks, gardens, orchard and a stunning brick walled garden which is believed to date back to the Victorian era. In more recent years the sellers have built a new stable block and a ménage making the property ideal for those who enjoy horse riding and equestrian activities having good access to outriding nearby.

LOCATION Tredustan Hall is situated just half a mile from the nearby village of Defynnog, a popular village with public house. Within the adjoining village of Sennybridge are a good choice of local amenities including village store, petrol station, community centre, primary school etc. The A40 passes just a mile from the property providing excellent access in an Easterly and Westerly direction; Brecon being approximately 10 miles to the East where there is a great choice of convenience stores and leisure amenities including leisure centre complex, theatre, cinema, etc.

WALK INSIDE The attractive front door with glazed light over leads into an impressive hallway with patterned tile flooring which extends rearwards where it changes into a traditional flagstone floor. It has a corniced ceiling and a traditional Georgian staircase leading upwards to the first floor. To the right is the main sitting room, a nicely proportioned room with sash windows with shutters on 2 elevations and period fire surround with open fireplace. On the opposite side of the hall is the dining room with sliding sash windows including wooden shutters, corniced ceiling and period fire surround with open fire. As you walk towards the rear of the house there is a third reception room currently used as a study although could equally be a family room with built-in cupboards, stone fireplace with open fire and French doors to garden. The fourth reception room lies at the rear of the main house having a fitted wood burning stove and windows on 2 elevations.

. A flagstone corridor leads rearwards, off which a w.c. closet and a door leading into the farmhouse style kitchen offering an extensive range of fitted units around 3 walls, Belfast sink, built-in oven and hob and 4 oven AGA with pan racks over. To the rear of the kitchen is a boot room, ideal for outdoor clothing currently housing freezer, washing machine etc.

First Floor The attractive Georgian staircase leads from the hallway to a half landing, off which is a corridor leading to a double bedroom and alongside a bathroom with roll-top bath, wash basin and w.c. The main landing gives access to 4 bedrooms, 3 of which are double bedrooms and the forth a generous single. A further doors leads into a large family bathroom with centrally located roll-top bath, corner shower cubicle, pedestal sink, low level w.c. and attractive period fire surround. Over the stairwell is a coloured glass window providing an array of light colours the stairs.

WALK OUTSIDE The property is approached off a private lane via a 5-bar wooden gate which provides access along the track into a large paved parking and turning area off which are lawns with mature borders. Alongside the access drive is a brick walled garden (approximately 42m long by 7m wide) which produces a great choice of garden vegetables and is great asset to the property – ideal for a keen gardener. Attached to the house is a stone built stable with hay loft over. Alongside the driveway and parking area is an orchard with a series of apple trees and opposite an equestrian yard with a recently built stable block with tack room and store, there are two further loose-boxes opposite. The yard opens onto a fenced ménage with lighting to one side and alongside a lovely grassed paddock which extends to the river. There is a second grassed paddock to the right hand side as entering the property ideal for the keeping of livestock. At the rear of the house is a lovely private garden with mature trees, garden pond, large areas of lawn, and a hot tub.

NOTE The adjoining stone barn does not form part of the property – please see location plan.

The property enjoys access over a shared length of roadway before entering the private driveway.

EPC Rating = E

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