Farmhouse, stone barns and land near Brecon and Swansea, Wales
Period farmhouse of historical interest near Penycae, Powys, Wales with 21.5 acres and a range of traditional outbuildings set in a private rural location in the Brecon Beacons National Park between Brecon and Swansea and with excellent travel links to the M4
Entrance hall, dining room, kitchen, rear hall / utility room, snug, sitting room, living room with stairs rising to bedroom with potential to form annexe, oak staircase to first floor with shower room, bedroom and master bedroom with dressing room (or potential nursery, study or through bedroom).
Glyn Llech Isaf Farm is a beautiful character property of stone and slate construction, with the earliest parts of the farmhouse dating from pre-1700, with later additions through Georgian and Victorian times. The house has a host of interesting features, and has been sensitively modernised throughout. Potential exists to extend the accommodation into the adjoining stone barn to create further living space if desired subject to planning permission, with planning permission being applied for on the conversion of a detached stone barn into a spacious four bedroom dwelling. Plans are available for viewing in our office.
The house has oil-fired central heating to ornate cast iron radiators throughout the house, with double-glazed wooden-framed windows throughout. With three six-panelled Georgian doors, all other interior doors and frames are handmade elm, with the original oak staircase also retained. Floors are of flagstones and quarry tiles downstairs and wide oak floorboards (mainly carpeted) to the first floor rooms.
The land surrounds the property, with a mainly tarmac access driveway of approximately one third of a mile. The majority of the land comprises level or sloping enclosures, with a water supply either provided or possible to each. There is a stream with a waterfall running through the property, and several small wooded copses.