Converted barn in Alderminster near Abergwesyn

Converted barn in Alderminster near Abergwesyn

A four bedroom barn conversion set in a third of an acre on the England Wales border

Barn conversion in the village of Alderminster, Warwickshire, close to Abergwesyn and The Cotswolds, and offering easy reach of the train and motorway network for London, Birmingham and Oxford

"Allt-yr-Hebog", which translated means "Hawk-wood", is a charming country residence dating from the 19th century. It is is surrounded by ancient forest and located near the village of Abergwesyn.

This is a rare opportunity to buy a unique property, set within a third of an acre which has been tastefully renovated, retaining the original stone work outside and many oak timbered features within.


Situated in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains, Abergwesyn, is a walkers, pony trekkers and wildlife enthusiast paradise and is the perfect place for peace and tranquillity. The barn is within easy walking distance of the spectacular Irfon Gorge, a designated "site of scientific interest" (National Trust) and has been reviewed by The Times, as the third most stunning beauty spot in the UK.

Llanwrtyd Wells is five miles away and, with a population of around 600, features in the Guinness book of records as "the smallest town in Britain". It hosts a variety of "events with a difference" including The World Bog Snorkelling championships, Man versus Horse, Real Ale Wobble and the Mid Wales Beer Festival.

Within this vibrant little town there are several pubs and resturants, an excellent school, garage, local shop, library, post office service, health centre, cinema, gym and Heart of Wales railway to Shewsbury and Swansea with connections to London and Cornwall.



Stain glass double glazed door leading to;

Entrance hall: With slate flooring, designer radiator, telephone point, stairs to first floor, doors to;

Kitchen / diner: (6.40m x 4.72m / 21'0" x 15'6") With a range of fitted base and wall units, solid oak work surfaces with lighting over, double Belfast sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, downlighters, dishwasher, intergrated double oven, ceramic hob and extractor hood, American style fridge / freezer, partial slate / partial wood laminate flooring, two designer radiators, TV point, double glazed sash window to rear and double glazed french doors to side.

Utility room: Fitted base and wall units, oil fired boiler, providing central heating and hot water, space for washing machine, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, inset downlighters, tiled splashbacks, extractor fan, slate flooring, folding drying racks.

Shower room: With double glazed sash window to front, large corner shower cubicle, WC, vanity unit with mirror lighting, wash basin with cupboard beneath, slate flooring, heated towel rail, inset downlighters, extractor fan.

Bedroom three: (6.22m x 2.87m max. / 20'5" x 9'5" max) With double glazed sash window to front, designer radiator, TV point.

Bedroom four: (6.17m x 2.69m max / 20'3" x 8'10")


Landing / study area: With Velux window, radiator, telephone point, exposed timberwork, doors to;

Lounge / living room: (6.4m x 4.9m max. / 20'11" x 16'2" max) With two Velux windows, double glazed French doors with iron balustrade with mountain views, designer radiators, TV point, exposed timberwork.

Bedroom one: (6.96m x 3.02m max / 22'10" x 9'11" max) Velux window, double glazed French doors with iron balustrade with views of the valley, designer radiator, TV point, exposed timberwork.

Bedroom two: (6.32m max. x 3.02m max. / 20'9" max x 9'11" max) With two Velux windows, designer radiator, TV point, exposed timberwork.

Family bathroom: With Velux window, white suite, corner bath with shower attachment, WC, vanity unit with mirror lighting, wash basin and cupboards beneath, heated towel rail. Limestone flooring and tiled splashbacks.


To the rear is a sloping hillside garden area enclosed by fencing and partly landscaped. The terraced area has a log cabin with wood burning stove and decked area adjacent.

There are steps leading to bridge over stream and pond.

There is ample gravelled parking for 6-8 vehicles and adjacent to the property is a timber garage (5.0m x 3.5m / 16'5" x 11'6") with double entrance door, pedestrian door and windows.

The property benefits from its own water supply, fed from underground spring.

Sewage is dealt with by a continuous aeration plant.

Fixtures and Fittings

Carpets where fitted are included in the purchase price. Further fixtures and fittings are by direct negotiation.



Immediate vacant possession is available if required
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