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Penclun, , Llanidloes,   Price 975,000For Sale

7 Bedroom, House - Detached

About this property

NEW! RARE and exciting opportunity to acquire a superior COUNTRY RESIDENCE having one of the finest views in Mid Wales along with exceptionally well located HOLIDAY LODGES providing significant revenue generating capacity.

Set in 5.4 ACRES of amenity land, grounds and delightful cottage gardens, the highly desirable complex comprises a well appointed stone detached THREE BEDROOM FARMHOUSE retaining great charm and character, two extremely high quality and successful detached HOLIDAY LODGES and a range of traditional and more modern OUTBUILDINGS with planning permission to convert to three further holiday units.

* Three Bedroom Farmhouse * Two x Two Bedroom Holiday Lodges *
* Traditional Stone Range / Stabling / Storage * Dutch Barn / Workshop *
* Gardens and Grounds extending to 5.4 Acres * Spectacular Views *

Features
Agent's Remarks

Developed by the current owners to an exceptionally high standard the farmhouse and holiday lodge complex have been lovingly and tastefully crafted to create a spectacular family residence surrounded by well stocked cottage gardens complimented by ample stabling, workshop and storage opportunities combined with the rare opportunity to acquire a profitable business which is up and running. The holiday lodge 'The Firs' has been let for neary two years and currently secures a very favourable return on investment. The second lodge is awaiting the final interior design finish before it too will provide an excellent income with very little additional input.

Properties offering fabulous residential accomodation, successful revenue generating assets, and with such scope for further investment such as Penclun rarely come on to the open market in this area and viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all that the property has to offer.

FARMHOUSE ACCOMMODATION comprises:

Utility

Entered via a solid wood stable style door. Quarry tiled floor, Belfast sink set on brick pilars, washing machine. Oil fired boiler servicing the hot water and central heating systems.

Shower Room

Fully enclosed shower cubicle with thermostatic shower heater, low level w.c. suite, heated towel rail. Quarry tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Extensive traditional style light oak fronted base and wall units with worktops over and matching kitchen island with granite worktop. Inlaid ceramic sink with single drainer and mixer tap, range cooker set in to feature brick fireplace, integrated dishwasher. Traditional flagstone floor and exposed wall and ceiling beams. Windows to rear and to side.

Front Entrance Lobby/Cloakroom

Solid wood entrance door. Coat rail. Oak floor. Door to Lounge.

Lounge

Beamed ceiling Living Room with oak flooring, solid fuel stove in an feature large brick inglenook with bread oven & heavy oak beam over, exposed beams, oak staircase up to galleried landing.

Sitting Room

Sitting Room with solid fuel stove in brick grate, oak flooring, access to gardens via front door and porch area.

From the Lounge, a staircase with fitted carpet rises to the FIRST FLOOR.

Bedroom 1

Principal Bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed ceiling timbers. Large freestanding double wardrobe having mirrored sliding doors., Dressing area. Two windows to front with delightful views.

En-Suite

Ensuite Shower Room with curved shower cubicle having thermostatic shower. Pedestal wash basin, low level w.c suite., tiled floor.

Bedroom 2

Guest Bedroom with exposed ceiling beams, fitted carpet and window to front.

Bedroom 3

Guest Room with stable door providing easy access to an outside seating area wih pond and gardens, Fitted carpet. Two velux windows.

Bathroom

Bathroom with oak panelled bath, mixer shower tap, w.c. suite, pedestal wash basin, heated towel rail, tiled floor and part tiled walls.

Loft Space

Accessed via a raised oak door from the galleried landing (removable loft ladder currently used to gain access). The loft space has exposed timber frame with rendered and painted walls. Arched window to front and velux window to side of the propery.

Gardens and Grounds

The owners have maintained the gardens in keeping with the property's age and style. They are sympathetic to the natural beauty and wildlife surrounding the property. You will find well stocked cottage style flowerbeds and herbaceous borders with flowering shrubs, a pond and several seating areas interspersed with bridges and pathways creating a ‘secret garden’ feel. A large seating area to the left of the property is perfect for al fresco dining in a tranquil location.

Pastureland and woodland provide additional features of the property.

HOLIDAY LODGES:

There are two exceptionally high standard lodges known as The Firs and The Larches. The Firs has been successfully let since its completion in 2018 and has high occupancy rates generaing an excellent return on investment. The Larches is yet to have its final interior design finish but is set to also generate a profitable return once conpleted.

The positioning of the lodges away from the farmhouse provides space and privacy for both parts of the complex and ensures the lodges are able to take advantage of the breathtaking, unspoilt views. The large balcony and outside hot tub area has been a perfect addition from which the views can be enjoyed.

Both lodges have identical layouts comprising of a Covered Entrance, well equipped Open Plan Kitchen/Lounge/Diner and Two Double Bedrooms (One havng an Ensuite Shower Room and One having and Ensuite Bathroom).

Each lodge has the added extra of a glazed end with outside seating area complete with barbeque.

OUTBUILDINGS

CAT PORT: space for one vehicle inclusive of WOOD STORE
STONE RANGE: retaining many original features. It provides versatile storage options for small holding activities and would also make an ideal project for further development. Planning permission for the conversion in to three holiday units has already been granted with further informatio available from Clare Evans & Co.
DUTCH BARN: A good sized Dutch Barn provides spacious workshop, garage and storage facilities.

Services

Mains electric. Private water and drainage. Oil fired central heating in the Farmhouse and Holiday Lodges.

Location

Penclun is situated in a deeply rural location, nestled amidst the rolling countryside of Montgomeryshire and in the Cambrian Mountains yet is easily accessible from the friendly market town of Llanidloes where you will find an array of independent shops, cafes delicatessen, doctor's surgery, primary and secondary school, leisure centre, tennis courts and a super riverside park . A stone's throw away is the beautiful Llyn Clywedog Reservoir and the Hafren Forest, renowned for its flora and fauna and fantastic, walking and cycling tracks and trails,

The property is approached from the council maintained highway over a long drive with far reaching views. There is an attractive block paved driveway, parking and turning area outside of the farmhouse whilst the lodges have similar gravelled areas for vehicles. Directly in front of the properties is the glorious view of ‘Y Fan Pool’which is spectacular in all weathers.

The property is located some two miles from the friendly market town of Llanidloes, the nearest town. Wider shopping facilities are available in Newtown some 14 miles norrth, The nearest train station is ten miles distant at Caersws from where there are regular connections to Aberystwyth, Shrewsbury, Birmingham and on to London and beyond.

The picturesque coastal village of Aberdyfi on the West Wales Coast is within an hour's drive though glorious scenery. The airports at Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Cardiff are reachable within two / town and a half hours.

Local Authority

Powys County Council. Tel No: 01597 826000 www.powys.gov.uk. Council Tax for the Farmhouse is Council Tax Band E.

Both Lodges have a rateable value of £3600 but currently benefit from 100% Rural Business Rate relief administered by Powys County Council.

The Property Ombudsman

Clare Evans & Co is a member of The Property Ombudsman Estate Agents Scheme and therefore adhere to their Code of Practice. A copy of the Code of Practice is available in the office and on request. Clare Evans & Co's complaints procedure is also available on request.

Viewing Arrangements

Viewings are strictly through the Agents, Clare Evans & Co tel 01597 810457 sales@clareevansandco.co.uk

Important Notice

These particulars are offered on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through this company. Neither these particulars, nor oral representations, form part of any offer or contract and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Any floor plan provided is for representation purposes only, as defined by the RICS Code of Measuring Practice and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure their accuracy the measurements of windows, doors and rooms are approximate and should be used as such by prospective purchasers. Any services, systems and appliances mentioned have not been tested by us and we cannot verify that they are in working order. All photographs remain the copyright of Clare Evans & Co.

PMA Reference

0316925020

Location

, Llanidloes, Powys, SY18 6NU


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