Pen Cantref, Cantref, Brecon, Powys


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Spacious 4 bedroom barn conversion

Superb Views of the Beacons and Surrounding countyside

Beautiful gardens

Just 3 miles from Brecon

No onward chain

Description This stunning property was converted around 2012 under the supervision of the current sellers. Much thought had gone into the finishes and style which has resulted in this beautiful conversion which benefits from triple glazed windows, wooden flooring with underfloor heating, modern fitted kitchen and bathrooms, internal features that take full advantage of the views, all complimented by lovely gardens enjoying a stunning rural vista.

. The property is a semi-detached and linked conversion in a small enclave of barns once known as Cefn Cantref Farm. The small enclave share a central parking area with allocated parking and also enjoy the use of a beautiful wildlife pond and allotment area.

Location The property is situated in a rural location in an area dominated by agriculture. It sits in the foothills of the Brecon Breacons mountain range just 3 miles from the popular town of Brecon allowing good access to the main road links to Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.

. The surrounding area is known for its beautiful scenery with its rolling hills and valleys and the picturesque Monmouth to Brecon canal just a short distance away. There are an abundance of outdoor leisure pursuits available in the vacinity for those seeking an active life although Brecon has a great choice of coffee shops and entertainment in the form of a theatre and cinema for those looking to enjoy a relaxing lifestyle.

Walk Inside A glazed entrance porch with tiled floor gives access to a ground level WC Closet with Basin and WC. Alongside is the family room with part vaulted ceiling and attractive wood flooring - a versatile room currently used as a cinema room. Opposite is the open plan Kitchen/ Diner with its beautiful fitted kitchen incorporating a double oven, microwave, dishwasher and fridge, finished with a granite worktop and inset sink. The wood flooring that covers the dining space extends into the Living Area where there is a wood burning stove and feature stone shelf. A particular feature of the space is the superb atrium area and double doors south looking towards the Brecon Beacons. There is a utility room alongside the kitchen which has space for a washing machine and a fitted unit with sink.

First Floor At first floor are two bedrooms; the master suite is a large double room with feature beam, a large walk-in dressing room and an en-suite Shower Room. The second double bedroom has an exposed beams and window looking towards the Brecon Beacons. The family Bathroom has a modern suite with corner shower, bath with mixer taps, a WC and wash hand basin.

Second Floor A second flight of stairs leads to the second floor where there are a further two bedrooms with part sloping ceilings, wood flooring and exposed timbers; the one bedroom has an en-suite with Shower, WC and inset sink. The gable window has been made into a lovely feature with views westwards over the adjoining valley.

Walk Outside The gardens lie predominantly to the rear of the property where there is a spacious area including a patio with mature borders, complimented by a wildlife garden which has wild flowers and a lovely water feature. The garden extends beyond with areas of lawn all enjoying stunning views in a south and westerly direction. Within the garden are several useful storage sheds.

The courtyard to the front is shared with the other residents but each house has allocated parking areas.

Services The property is connected to mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Heating is from and air source heat pump. The property also has solar panels.

Note There is an annual service charge payment towards the upkeep of the common areas. This is £200 for 2018.

EPC Rating = B

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Fine & Country - Brecon

40 High Street, Brecon, Powys, LD3 7AP

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