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Trebarried Mill, Llanfilo, Brecon, Powys (r-p), LD3 0PA

Asking price £397,500, 5 bedrooms, Detached,
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Agent’s wording:Trebarried Mill is a substantial stone built house beneath a tiled roof sitting in a spacious garden alongside a stream. Apart from an original wheel there is little sign of the original Mill as the house has been greatly extended and improved over the years. It includes spacious reception rooms with exposed beams and individual features such as part glazed doors, a splendid fire place in the dining room with inset stove, and large double glazed windows overlooking the gardens, stream and rolling countryside beyond. Two staircases lead up to the first floor which allows the house to be apportioned into two accommodation blocks, the east wing including the kitchen if required. In total there are 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite) and an en-suite shower room. A large garage adjacent to the house includes stairs up to a loft which could be used for a variety of purposes. Trebarried Mill is situated just outside Llanfilo and Bronllys in the lea of the Brecon Beacons. Good local shops and services are close by with a more comprehensive range in Hay, Talgarth and Brecon.Although rural, the area is easily accessible and is close to Brecon and convenient for the M4 at Cardiff and the Severn Bridge. Newport is 45 miles to the south east with Intercity trains and an hourly service to London Paddington, with an estimated time of 1 hour 50 minutes. Local train services are from Abergavenny (20 miles). The area is extremely popular for its recreational activities. The delightful town of Hay on Wye is a short drive and is famous for its annual literary festival and bookshops; there are numerous water activities on nearby Llangors Lake, salmon and trout fishing is usually available on the Rivers Wye and Usk; there are cinemas, theatres and leisure centres in Brecon; excellent golf courses are within easy reach; and there are almost unlimited walks and rides through the surrounding countryside and the Brecon Beacons.


Description
Trebarried Mill
Llanfilo, Brecon, Powys, LD3 0PA

* A Deceptively Spacious Period House with Water Frontage *
* 4 Reception Rooms, 2 Kitchens, 2 Stairs *
* 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms (2 En-suite), En-suite Shower Room*
* Garage with Loft over *
* Gardens of approximately 3/4 of an Acre with Water Frontage *
* Gross Internal Floor Area of Approximately 323 sq m *

Description
Trebarried Mill is a substantial stone built house beneath a tiled roof sitting in a spacious garden alongside a stream. Apart from an original wheel there is little sign of the original Mill as the house has been greatly extended and improved over the years. It includes spacious reception rooms with exposed beams and individual features such as part glazed doors, a splendid fire place in the dining room with inset stove, and large double glazed windows overlooking the gardens, stream and rolling countryside beyond. Two staircases lead up to the first floor which allows the house to be apportioned into two accommodation blocks, the east wing including the kitchen if required. In total there are 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite) and an en-suite shower room. A large garage adjacent to the house includes stairs up to a loft which could be used for a variety of purposes.

Trebarried Mill is situated just outside Llanfilo and Bronllys in the lea of the Brecon Beacons. Good local shops and services are close by with a more comprehensive range in Hay, Talgarth and Brecon.
Although rural, the area is easily accessible and is close to Brecon and convenient for the M4 at Cardiff and the Severn Bridge. Newport is 45 miles to the south east with Intercity trains and an hourly service to London Paddington, with an estimated time of 1 hour 50 minutes. Local train services are from Abergavenny (20 miles).

The area is extremely popular for its recreational activities. The delightful town of Hay on Wye is a short drive and is famous for its annual literary festival and bookshops; there are numerous water activities on nearby Llangors Lake, salmon and trout fishing is usually available on the Rivers Wye and Usk; there are cinemas, theatres and leisure centres in Brecon; excellent golf courses are within easy reach; and there are almost unlimited walks and rides through the surrounding countryside and the Brecon Beacons.

The accommodation comprises:-
Ground Floor
Hall
Dining Room 16'3' x 13'3' (4.95m x 4.04m)
Drawing Room 21'10' x 16'1' plus 15'9' x 9'6' (6.65m x 4.90m plus 4.80m x 2.90m)
Study 10'10' x 7'8' (3.30m x 2.34m)
Rear Hall
Sitting Room 19'2' x 16'4' (5.84m x 4.98m)
Kitchen 13'9' x 11'1' (4.19m x 3.38m)
Utility 8'4' x 6'6' (2.54m x 1.98m)
Toilet

First Floor
Landing
Master Bedroom 19'2' x 16'7' (5.84m x 5.05m)
En-suite with bath and shower
Bedroom 2 14'2' x 11'1' (4.32m x 3.38m)
En-suite with bath
Bedroom 3 16'4' x 14'1' (4.98m x 4.29m)
En-suite with shower
Bedroom 4 17'1' x 10'1' (5.21m x 3.07m)
Bedroom 5 14'5' x 12'10' (4.39m x 3.91m)
Bathroom
Kitchen 11'9' x 10'6' (3.58m x 3.20m)

Exterior
Garage 23' x 20'9 (7.01m x 6.32m)
Garage First Floor 22'11' x 12'6' (6.99m x 3.81m)

Approximate Gross Internal Floor Area
Main House - 323 sq.m (3,483 sq.ft)
Garage Building - 57 sq.m (613 sq.ft)
Total - 380 sq.m (4,096 sq.ft)

Gardens
The gardens lie principally to the west of the house and are laid mainly to lawn dotted with mature trees, flanking the stream. Close to the house is a flag stone terrace with part of the original mill wheel. To the rear is trellising, climbing roses, wide tarmac parking area, stone walls with raised beds, a host of mature shrubs, plants and an ornamental well. At one end of the garden is a poly tunnel and a timber store.

Services Mains electricity, water and drainage connected. LPG central heating.

Fixtures and Fittings
All items usually known as tenants' fixtures and fittings, whether mentioned or not in these sales particulars are excluded from the sale and may be available by separate negotiation. Such items include all fitted carpets, curtains, light fittings, domestic electrical items, garden equipment, statuary and machinery.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether mentioned in these particulars or not. There is a guaranteed right of way from the road over part of the drive.

Council Tax Band H.

Tenure Freehold

Viewing Strictly by appointment with the agents. Clee Tompkinson & Francis - 01874 622 488 or
Knight Frank - 01432 273 087.

After Hours Gareth Griffiths - 07971 111094.

Directions
From the Brecon head north on the A470 Builth Wells/Hereford road. Approximately half a mile after the cross roads of the A470 (Builth Wells) and A438 (Hereford), Trebarried Mill will be found on the right hand side behind The Shielding.









VIEWING: CONTACT THE AGENTS: Brecon Office
TEL:01874 622488 Web Site www.ctf-uk.com e-mail: brecon@ctf-uk.com

Marketed by:

Clee Tompkinson FrancisLD3 7HY

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