Cwmdu, CRICKHOWELL, CRICKHOWELL, Powys

House - detached
Ref: 
SAP02201

£650,000Price

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HarryAldrich-Blake

01497 822522
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Situated in an elevated position with great views over the adjoining valley a delightful extended four bedroom family sized home presented to a good standard. The property contains character features including a traditional Inglenook fire place and beams together with modern bathroom and kitchen facilities and is offered with a paddock of just over 3 acres including a modern farm building/ potential stabling and lovely lawned gardens.

Description

Penrheol Cnappa is a delightful detached country property located on the outskirts of Cwmdu village in an area known for its beautiful scenery and wildlife. The house which has been largely modernised and extended since 2002 offers spacious accommodation including four good sized bedrooms, two family bathrooms, a character sitting room, separate study/television room and a large kitchen/breakfast room with a modern fitted kitchen.
The property stands in good sized gardens which are well maintained and on the opposite side of the road is a useful 3 acre (or thereabouts) paddock having the benefit of a 60 foot x 20 foot building ideal for storage or for livestock use. A further 5 acres (or thereabouts) is available by separate negotiation.

Cwmdu is a popular village located between the historic market towns of Crickhowell and Talgarth set in beautiful scenery in the foothills of The Black Mountains which lie along its eastern flank. The village has good amenities in the form of a small primary school, public house, cafe, local garage and a community village hall whilst the historic town of Crickhowell, approximately 5 miles offers a good choice of local shops with Abergavenny a short distance further having a variety of shops, restaurants and a railway station.

Cwndu affords good access to the local road networks connecting with the M4 near Newport and a series of good trunk roads
giving access into the Midlands.
The property is briefly described as follows all measurements are for guidance purposes only:

Entrance Hall

With stairs to first floor and door to

Sitting Room 6.6m x 4.2m (21'8" x 13'9")

With exposed oak beams, wood flooring, large inglenook fire place with wood burning stove and original bread oven, radiator, three windows west and door giving access to the original stone staircase which leads to the main bedroom.

Study/Television Room 3.4m x 2.65m (11'2" x 8'8")

With windows on two elevations, radiator and carpet.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 9.25m (30'4")

With exposed ceiling timbers, windows on three elevations with feature timber lintels over, oak flooring, French doors to garden, exposed stonework, feature fire recess with fitted two oven oil fired 'Aga', Shaker style cottage kitchen with wood block work surface, central island and double bowl Belfast sink.

Rear Hall

With quarry tiled floor .

Utility Room 2.15m x 1.95m (7'1" x 6'5")

With fitted worktop with inset sink, plumbing for washing machine, low level w.c., and quarry tiled flooring.

First Floor Landing

With radiator, exposed floor boards, recessed linen store.

Bedroom 1 4.8m (15'9")

With exposed ceiling timbers, two windows east with rural aspect, exposed floor boards, painted stone wall, radiator, original stone staircase leading down to sitting area.

Bathroom 3.3m (10'10")

With suite in white comprising roll top bath with shower attachment, low level w.c., pedestal sink, radiator, floor boarding and partial wall tiling.

Bedroom 2 4.55m x 3.65m (14'11" x 12'0")

With dual aspect windows, radiator, carpet and high level storage space.

Bedroom 3 4.8m x 3.0m (15'9" x 9'10")

With windows on three elevations, floor boards, exposed beams and radiator.

Bedroom 4 3.8m x 2.6m (12'6" x 8'6")

With radiator, floor boards and exposed beams.

Shower Room 3.6m x 1.8m (11'10" x 5'11")

With suite in white comprising large cubicle shower, pedestal sink, low level w.c., towel radiator and exposed floor boards.

Outside

Immediately around the house is the large garden area which is mostly lawned with mature borders, a vegetable plot, garden shed, paved patio area all enjoying great views over the surrounding countryside. On the opposite side of the small country lane is the field which is estimated at just over 3 acres which is gently sloping with good access and a 60' x 20' steel portal frame building with a canopy overhang having concrete floor and timber cladding, water and electricity, ideal for storage, garaging, smallholding use or equestrian subject to planning permission. There is a further 5 acres or thereabouts of adjoining pasture land available by separate negotiation should a potential buyer be interested in acquiring additional land.

Tenure

The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Services

We are informed that the property is connected to mains electricity, private drainage and water via the Cwmdu Water Authority . Heating is via the oil fired boiler.
Please note that we have not tested or verified service connection.

Directions

From Crickhowell take the A40 towards Brecon for approximately 2 miles and take a right hand turn signposted Talgarth adjacent to the Cider Mill. Follow this road through the village of Tretower and upon entering the 40 mph speed limit sign in Cwmdu take an immediate right hand turn. Follow this lane to the T junction where Penrheol Cnappa can be found directly ahead.

Viewing

Viewing and Contact Details: All viewing must be arranged through the selling agents Sunderlands and Thompsons. Contact tel:(01497 822522)
Office opening hours:
Mon-Fri9.00-5.00pm
Sat9.00-1.00pm

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

Sunderlands are a member of the ‘Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme’ and therefore adhere to their Code of Practise. A copy of the Code of Practise is available on request.

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