3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow for sale in Trefeglwys, Caersws, Powys, SY17
- Delightfully appointed country residence
- Panoramic views across the Trannon Valley
- Pasture land & woodland of 7.74 acres approx
- 2 recept., conservatory, breakfast room, kitchen, utility
- 3/4 bedrooms, bathroom & ensuite
- Integral double garage. Garden grounds.
- EER = 59(D)
Well appointed country residence with panoranic views across the Trannon Valley. Approx half a mile or so from the village of Trefeglwys and 4 miles from the market town of Llanidloes. 2 recept., conservatory, breakfast room, kitchen, utility, 3 bedrooms plus guest suite, bathroom & ensuite. Integral double garage. Garden grounds & woodland of approx 7.74 acres. EER = 59(D)
The property is nestled in the beautiful rural and tranquil Trannon Valley and benefits from being surrounded by its' own garden grounds and woodland extending to approximately 7.74 acres (3.13 ha). The nearby village of Trefeglwys offers local amenities including public house, places of worship, primary school/village hall with the nearby market town of Llanidloes approximately 4 miles away. Many tourist attractions such as the Clywedog Reservoir, Hafren Forest and the coastal university town of Aberystwyth some 36 miles. There is a railway station nearby at the village of Caersws some 4 miles away with connections to Shrewsbury, Birmingham and London Euston.
I will so miss the stupendous views up and down the valley that can be enjoyed from every main room - from my bed as soon as I awake, from my dining table, and from my armchair at the days' end. They change with the seasons: Spring brings blossom to the prunus tree on the terrace and lambs to the patchwork of fields along the valley floor; Summer daylight exposes the various hues of green in the fields and woods whilst the planting along the terrace bursts into life; Autumn brings such marvellous colours to the trees; and Winter introduces low-flying ethereal mists. Frequently seen and heard are woodpeckers, buzzards, owls, red kites and foxes. Ffynnon Gedwyn (St Gedwyn's Well) is a truly magical place.
The accommodation is spacious with potential to convert the garage into an annexe for family member or holiday let/studio subject to receiving the necessary consents. The accommodation comprises:
On the ground floor:
Entrance Porch with stable door
Cloakroom with WC., wash basin, radiator
Lounge with cast iron woodburning stove on slate hearth set in fireplace, large patio window with sliding doors with views overlooking the Trannon Valley, wide arch to
Dining Room with pitched ceiling, sliding patio doors through to
Conservatory with views of the garden and Trannon Valley
Kitchen with a range of fitted base, drawer & wall units, worktop surfaces, inset sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, space for cooker, dishwasher & fridge, stainless steel cooker hood, laminate flooring
Breakfast Room with built in cupboards, laminate flooring, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder & shelving
Utility Room with oil fired central heating boiler, double drainer stainless steel sink unit, base unit, worktop surface, plumbed for washing machine, tiled floor
Front Bedroom 1 with fitted wardrobes, large patio window with sliding doors with views of the garden and beyond
Front Bedroom 2
Bathroom with white suite comprising panelled bath & shower over, pedestal wash basin, WC., tiled floor, radiator
Rear Lobby with rear entrance door, staircase up to first floor
On the first floor:
Guest Suite comprising Landing with velux window. Bedroom 3 with velux window to side & window to front. Shower Room with electric shower, fully tiled shower cubicle, WC., wash basin, vanity unit, heated towel rail, extractor fan
Double entrance gates lead to a parking and turning area with Integral Double Garage 6.56 x 5.75, radiator, double glazed window to front, shelving, light & power, wooden up & over door.
As mentioned previously there is scope for converting the garage into further accommodation (subject to receiving the necessary consents).
The gardens and grounds extend to approximately 7.74 acres with gardens and patio around the property. The land is divided approximately equally between pasture on the lower valley slopes with the woods above. The woods are mainly mature oak with holly, silver birch, ask, rowan and beech as well as some very tall old pine. The gulley at the western end of the woods becomes a waterfall during periods of high rainfall. The 'Well' which features in 'The Holy Wells of Wales' by F W Jones is in fact a perennial spring at the entrance gates.