New Radnor, POWYS
ON THE POWYS/HEREFORDSHIRE BORDER APPROX. 8 MILES WEST OF KINGTON.
For Sale: £650,000
Property Type & Style: House - Detached
Accommodation: A SUBSTANTIAL AND TOTALLY REFURBISHED
PERIOD RESIDENCE WITH ORIGINAL FEATURES.
INGLENOOK, FLAGSTONES, EXPOSED TIMBERS, NEW
CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM, RE-WIRED, NEW KITCHEN
AND BATHROOM FITTINGS, NEW FITTED CARPETS.
FOUR TRADITIONAL STONE BARNS
DUTCH BARN - PADDOCKS - TWO COPSES
IN ALL JUST OVER SEVEN ACRES
Overview: AN UNUSUAL CHARACTER SMALLHOLDING
WITH EQUESTRIAN AND GENERAL POSSIBILITIES
BRIDLE WAY TO THE EXPANSE OF COMMON HILLS
is in an elevated position with a South East aspect set amidst beautiful farming countryside and the spectacular hills of the Powys/Herefordshire border. It is just a mile from New Radnor with its local services, 8 miles Kington, 24 Leominster and 25 Hereford.
The property comprises a period stone built residence dating back to the 17th century bounded on one side by a period stone barn to form a sheltered courtyard with a Southerly aspect having views over the garden area to picturesque hills. To the East of the house there are three further stone barns all having potential for a variety of uses. The house and barns are bounded by paddocks, two small copses and a Dutch barn.
From the property there is a bridle way over Fron Hill to a vast area of common hill land ideal for equestrian purposes.
This is a traditional Welsh farmhouse of stone dating from the 17th Century. It has been fully refurbished by the present owners over recent months and is now in excellent order. It has been re-roofed with felt and the original tiles put back on, electrically re-wired, new oil fired central heating system from a combi-boiler to radiators with thermostats, new kitchen units, new bathroom suites and re-painted throughout. The original features of the property have been retained and these include a stone inglenook fireplace, flagstones in the dining room, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and stripped doors. The house is South facing in a sheltered spot with lovely views to the front. The accommodation with approximate measurements comprises:-
STONE PORCH Original door with leaded light to
RECEPTION HALL with part flagstone and part polished board floor, radiator and door to cellar.
DRAWING ROOM (16’6” x 13’0”) Fireplace surround with arched grate opening and stone hearth, full height cupboards to side of chimney breast, radiator, exposed ceiling timbers, window to front and walk-in cupboard.
DINING ROOM (18’6” X 14’3”)
A spectacular room with exposed stone inglenook and wood burning stove, flagstone floor, heavily timbered ceiling and wall, two radiators, two double glazed windows. Door to walk-in cupboard with cylinder and oil fired boiler.
An open oak frame with door way to
KITCHEN (13’10” x 10’8”) New range of base and wall units in light oak of cupboards and drawers, integral electric cooker, space and plumbing for appliances, granite style work surfaces, inset 1.5 bowl sink and swan neck mixer tap, four ring halogen hob with pull out hood and extractor over. Floor covering, radiator, spotlight tracks, inset ceiling lights, double glazed window to front. Wide opening to
PANTRY AREA (14’3” x 10’8”) with flagstone floor, cold shelf, old milk separator and window.
SIDE PORCH/UTILITY (14’0” x 10’9”) Matching base and wall units to kitchen, space and plumbing for appliances, inset sink. Floor covering, saddle trees, radiator, door to front and doors to
SHOWER ROOM with hand basin, radiator, extractor, sliding glass door to shower cubicle.
SEPARATE W.C. with radiator.
Stairs from the hall to
SPACIOUS LANDING & PASSAGE with radiator, wall lights and window.
BEDROOM 1 EN-SUITE (15’3” x 14’10” max. measurements)
Exposed beam, wall timbers with wattle in one frame, inset ceiling lights, radiator, window with superb view and opening to
EN-SUITE White suite of panelled bath, W.C., hand basin with shaving point over. Radiator, extractor, inset ceiling lights and windows.
BEDROOM 2 (18’7” x 10’1) Radiator, exposed timbers, door to external steps.
BEDROOM 3 (17’2” x 11’8”) Radiator, Victorian style fireplace, inset cupboard and two windows with lovely views.
BEDROOM 4 (10’6” x 9’2”) Radiator, spotlight and double glazed window to front.
Door from the passage to
DRESSING AREA with doors to large
WALK-IN AIRING CUPBOARD with radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM An L-shaped room with white suite of panelled bath, W.C., hand basin and shaving socket over. Shower cubicle, radiator, Victorian style fireplace, extractor, inset ceiling lights, window.
These are to the front of the house beyond the stoned drive and are on two levels.
There are four barns of mainly stone and/or half timber.
These are substantial buildings with a wealth of internal timbers being ideal for repair having alternative usage (subject to planning).
FOUR BAY DUTCH BARN
THE LAND - ABOUT 7 ACRES
There are several level to gently sloping enclosures all down to pasture having superb views of the valley and hills.
To the rear of the house there are two small copses with some mature trees.
The property is approached off the Kington to Rhaydder road by a shared roadway leading to the private drive through the buildings to the house.
Mains electricity, private drainage, private water supply.
We understand the house and traditional barns are Grade II Listed.
Strictly by prior appointment with the Agent on 01885 482171.
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