Three bedroom barn conversion for sale near Llanymynech, Powys
Secluded super eco-efficient barn conversion on Welsh / Shropshire border, sat on half an acre plot, surrounded by farmland and with incredible country views overlooking Breidden Mountain
Enjoying a delightful rural situation with stunning unique views, only 6 miles north of the market town of Welshpool, we are reluctantly releasing this most well appointed and deceptively spacious, three bedroom super eco friendly character barn conversion to the market which has been tastefully restored.
The property offers a wealth of character features and enjoys fabulous views over the adjoining countryside; with well planned accommodation comprising of: Rustic full size country kitchen, large dining rooms and lounge. Inner hall leading to boot room / office, large bathroom, three large bedrooms two with separate room for storage or en suites, large driveway, parking and gardens with a young orchard to front and rear of property.
Oak timber door leading to:
Large hallway - all rooms lead off large hallway which, extends to majority of length of barn. Velux roof light in hallway.
Boot room / office (2m x 1.5m)
Solid oak cottage door, double glazed hardwood window, numerous power points.
Utility room (3m x 1.75m)
Solid oak cottage door with double glazed hardwood window. Worktop and power points. LPG combi boiler located on wall. Space for numerous washing appliances, freezer etc.
Rustic kitchen (4m x 4m)
With two double glazed hardwood windows on south and west elevations. Rustic full size country kitchen with numerous storage cupboards, Tirolia solid fuel cooker, plus LPG range cooker. Very rustic Dolly Maid clothes drier attached to purlin for ease of drying clothes out of the way. Archway leading to:
Dining room (4m x 4m)
Hardwood double glazed window to south elevation, twin French doors overlooking stunning backdrop, and leading to large decked area outside. One double radiator
Lounge (6m x 3m)
Comfortable and spacious lounge with two hardwood double glazed windows to east elevation, Velux skylight, exposed purlins, two double radiators, numerous ceiling / wall lights. Solid oak cottage door leads back through to hallway.
Bedroom one (4m x 3m)
Solid oak cottage door, hardwood double glazed twin windows to west and north elevations, two double radiators. Solid oak cottage door leading to store room (can be used as en suite if required).
Bedroom two (4m x 3m)
Solid oak cottage door, hardwood double glazed twin windows to east and north elevations, one double radiator. Solid oak cottage door leading to store room (can be used as en suite if required).
Bedroom three (4m x 2.75)
Solid oak cottage door, hardwood double glazed single window to east elevation, one double radiator.
Family bathroom (3m x 3.5m)
Solid oak cottage door, hardwood double glazed single window to east elevation, one double radiator. White bathroom suite with bath, wc and basin. Large rustic honed and filled travertine wall tiles and large stone tiles to floor.
The barn is set on a half acre plot with ample amenity, gardening, allotment and play areas. A young orchard in production, comprising of apple, pear, plum, apricot and cherry trees.
The entrance to the property is through a 10 foot hardwood field gate between two rustic walls. The driveway leads to a large parking area laid in grey stone.
From Oswestry follow the A483 to the village of Arddleen. Take right fork at Arddleen School and follow long straight road for one mile until you reach Rhos Farm (on the right). Turn right up Black Lane and the Piggery is the next track on left. There is no access to the Piggery via Rhos Farms west entrance.
Sewage - The property has an off mains sewage treatment plant, with 'Consent to Discharge' to a watercourse in the adjoining field.
Severn Trent mains water
Powys Council Tax Band E
EPC Rating to be confirmed D/E.
Note - Viewing is strictly by appointment through the owners, or their agents.