Hospital Road, Talgarth, Brecon, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 5

ENTRANCE HALL/SUN ROOM21'11" x 6'4" (6.68m x 1.93m). with tiled floor, three windows to side and on either end, radiator, door to kitchen, door to:

LIVING/DINING ROOM23'10" x 17'11" (7.26m x 5.46m). with flagstone floor, two windows to rear, one with long window seat, window to front, feature Inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers and stonework, staircase to first floor with understairs storage cupboard, door to:

INNER HALL9'2" x 5'2" (2.8m x 1.57m). with tiled floor, tiled steps down to utility room, door to:

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM19'1" x 14'1" (5.82m x 4.3m). with wooden floor, door to entrance hall, window to side and rear, exposed timbers, selection of fitted floor units with space for dishwasher, electric oven, worktops, Belfast sink, space for white goods.

LOWER GROUND FLOOR With staircase leading down to:

UTILIY/BOOT ROOM18'3" x 11'8" (5.56m x 3.56m). with tiled floor, door to side garden, window to rear, selection of shelving, sink and drainer with floor unit, plumbing for washing machine and drier, oil fired central heating boiler, hot water cylinder, radiator, door to:

WC6'7" x 3'7" (2m x 1.1m). with tiled floor, extractor fan, shelf, WC.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING with wooden flooring, radiator, exposed timbers and stonework, two windows to front, access hatch to loft space, doors to:

BEDROOM 119'4" x 14'1" max (5.9m x 4.3m max). with carpeted floor, two radiators, exposed timbers, access hatch to loft space, windows to three sides, wash basin.

BEDROOM 213'9" x 12' (4.2m x 3.66m). with radiator, exposed timbers, window to rear.

BEDROOM 39'11" (3.02m) x 6'7" (2m) plus recess. with radiator, exposed timbers, window to rear.

BATHROOM9'9" x 7'5" (2.97m x 2.26m). with wooden floor, radiator, window to front, wash hand basin, WC, panelled bath with half tiled surround with shower head over, extractor fan.

OUTSIDE There is a paved patio area to front with a seating area. A paved path continues around to the side of the property with two pedestrian gates providing access to the parking area/yard.

DETACHED GARDEN To the side of the farmhouse is a detached lawned garden with fenced borders to three sides and a small walled boundary to the other.

TUDOR LODGE COTTAGE This is a traditional stone built semi-detached two bedroom cottage under a stone tiled roof. Modernised some years ago, it retains most of its character features. Briefly it comprises:

LIVING ROOM18'4" x 12' (5.59m x 3.66m). with huge stone inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove on a stone slab hearth with oak beam over, two bread ovens, exposed ceiling beams and timbers, window and door to rear, two windows to front, two double radiators, open to:

HALLWAY11'6" max x 10'10" (3.5m max x 3.3m). with exposed beams, timbers and stone work, staircase to first floor, door to front.

KITCHEN11'10" (3.6m) x 7'7" (2.3m) plus 8'2" (2.5m) x 6'5" (1.95m). with ceramic tiled floor, fitted floor and wall units, four ring electric hob, 1.5 bowl single drainer sink unit, part tiled walls, fitted oven, exposed beams, window to rear, door to outside, double radiator, window enjoying views.

UTILITY ROOM with appliance recess, ceramic tiled floor, gas boiler.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING with exposed beams and timbers, radiator, roof light, airing cupboard with lagged tank, immersion heater and slatted shelf.

BEDROOM 112'6" (3.8m) x 8'4" (2.54m) (plus low headroom). with exposed beams and timbers, windows to front and rear enjoying views, under eaves storage areas, fitted cupboard with hanging rail and shelving, double radiator.

BEDROOM 215'1" (4.6m) x 6'7" (2m) (plus low headroom). with exposed beams, window with views, undereaves storage areas, small DRESSING AREA with window.

BATHROOM with three piece suite in white comprising panelled bath with over bath shower, low flush WC, sink unit with cupboard under, window to front, double radiator, part tiled walls, shaver light, towel rail, wall mounted mirror.

OUTSIDE Tudor Lodge is approached via its own tarmacadam private drive leading to the parking and turning area. From here there are steps up to a paved patio area with low stone wall and original water well (this is now covered) ideal for barbecues and relaxing. Steps lead up from here to a large lawn that enjoys stunning views over open countryside. To the front of the property is a small paved patio, again with low stone walls.

OUTBUILDINGS Troed Yr Harn Farm boasts an extensive range of farm buildings including some of more modern construction. Some of the older buildings need investment, particular in relation to the roofs. Briefly described as follows;

MODERN SHEEP SHED59'1" x 39'4" (18m x 11.99m). Situated below the house. Steel framed and block construction with double doors either end and pedestrian door.

SHEEP HANDLING FACILITY Located to side and below the above with walled yard bays front and back.

OLD FRENCH BARN295'3" x 19'8" (90m x 6m). Plus loft over, currently used for storage.

SMALL STONE BARN Used as a workshop.


CORRUGATED IRON SHED49'3" x 32'10" (15.01m x 10m). With double doors opening to:

CONCRETE COLUMN FRAMED BUILDING65'7" x 46'7" (20m x 14.2m). In relatively poor condition and

EXTENSION AT FAR END49'3" x 10'2" (15.01m x 3.1m). Of concrete block and corrugated iron construction in poor order.

FURTHER CORRUGATED IRON SHEDS & BARNS78'9" (24m) x 26'3" (8m), 78'9" (24m) x 18'1" (5.5m), 78'9" (24m) x 19'8" (6m) respectively. With parts of the roof missing

GARAGE BLOCK29'6" x 22'4" (9m x 6.8m). Situated at the bottom of the yard of timber construction and three bays.


SMALL STONE BARN47'7" x 18'4" (14.5m x 5.59m). Used as garaging

SINGLE STOREY SHED10'2" x 18'1" (3.1m x 5.51m). At 90 DEGREES to the stone barn

SMALL STUDIO16'9" x 10'10" (5.1m x 3.3m). With staircase to the first floor, door to;

REAR ROOM10'10" x 8'2" (3.3m x 2.5m).

OCCASIONAL BEDROOM13'9" x 11'2" overall (4.2m x 3.4m overall). With small en-suite cloakroom with hand basin and w.c.

FURTHER WORK ROOM13'9" x 11'2" overall (4.2m x 3.4m overall). With small area cordoned off to provide hand basin and toilet (no shower or bath facility).

THE LAND A particular feature of the farm is the quality of the of the land, which although grass let for many years retains good quality leys capable of improvment and upgrading.

The land is mostly gently sloping but easily workable with good access with many of the fields having gateways onto the farm drive. To the north of the land is a wooded area which is a SSI and contains the famous Pwllywrach waterfalls. This area is not part of the farm but forms an attractive backdrop. The land enjoys spectacular views of the Black Mountains.

SCHEDULE OF ACERAGES Please see details

ACCESS There is a ½ mile tarmacadam roadway which leads to the farm most of which is maintained by the Local Authority. This is in good condition and maintenance from the T-junction is shared with the owner of the modern farmhouse.

HILL GRAZING RIGHTS Registered on The Black Mountains – BCL041 - right to graze 775 sheep.

BPS There are no Entitlements available to include in this sale but we understand the land has been claimed upon consistently in recent years.

SOIL TYPE Milford Devonian sandstone providing a well-drained fine loamy soils over rock.

PLANNING Please contact the Brecon Beacons National Park Planning Authority where any enquiries regarding planning matters should be made.

EPC Rating = E

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