Van, Llanidloes, Powys, SY18 6NU
An exceptional, one off opportunity to own a beautiful home and a lifestyle business offering the best of both worlds in a stunning rural location yet just two miles from a traditional market town. The current owners have greatly improved the property over recent years and as well as the stunning farm house, the addition of two high specification holiday lodges now provides a wonderful return on investment. There is potential to develop further accommodation by utilising planning permission in place on the attractive range of stone barns to create another three units. All of this situated in grounds of 5.4 acres ( 2.18 Hec) and enjoying one of the best views in the county looking over Y Fan and the surrounding Welsh countryside.
Location The property is situated in glorious, secluded, rural surroundings yet is just two miles from the market town of Llanidloes with its attractive, historic, black & white Market Hall in the town centre and an array of interesting shops, cafes and facilities. Shrewsbury is approximately 51 miles away with links to the motorway network and Caersws railway station is approximately 10 miles from the property. Within an hour’s drive is the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline offering beautiful scenery, unspoilt beaches and an array of coastal towns and villages. Within a stone’s throw of Penclun are numerous, interesting market towns and recreational facilities including the likes of Clywedog Reservoir and Hafren Forest.
The Lodges From the gated entrance, the driveway runs with pasture land and woodland on the right hand side, leading to the two lodges, called The Firs and Larches (The Larches will require some finishing works by the new purchasers). Both are identical and have been completed to the highest standard having a Covered Entrance, Open Plan Kitchen/Lounge/Diner, 2 Bedrooms both with Ensuite Shower Room & Ensuite Bathroom. An alpine, mountain lodge feel has been achieved with the lodges positioned to enjoy the breath-taking views with The Firs offering a hot tub and both having an outdoor covered seating area for barbecues.
The Farm House The main house is built of stone under a slated roof with double glazed windows & oil central heating and comprises
On The Ground Floor Utility Room with quarry tiled floor, Belfast sink, stable door
Shower Room with glazed shower cubicle, w.c., heated towel rail, oil central heating boiler
Kitchen with attractive light oak fronted units comprising base, drawer & wall cupboards, worktop surfaces, inset stainless steel sink, glazed wall plate unit, flagged floor, exposed wall & ceiling beams, Range cooker, central island, beamed ceiling
Living Room with oak flooring, solid fuel stove in attractive large brick inglenook with bread oven & heavy oak beam over, exposed beams, staircase up
Sitting Room with solid fuel stove in brick grate
On The First Floor Landing with exposed wall beams, loft ladder up to Attic Room/Study/Storeroom
Principal Bedroom with double wardrobe with mirror sliding doors. Small Dressing Area off, exposed wall beams. Ensuite Shower Room with curved shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, w.c., tiled floor
Guest Room with stable door to outside seating area, 2 velux windows
Bedroom 3 with exposed ceiling beams
Bathroom with panelled bath, mixer shower tap, w.c., pedestal wash basin, heated towel rail, tiled floor, part tiled walls
Outside Brick paved courtyard. Extensive range of stone buildings, former stables with many original features and pitch flooring, stables and feed cratches.
The gardens surround the property are cottage style with secret stone paths over bridges, natural wildlife gardens and steps lead through the gardens up to a terraced seating area.
Dutch Barn which is very useful as a workshop.
Penclun offers further potential with the conversion of the stone range of buildings and perhaps further log cabins, glamping, pods etc subject to receiving the necessary consents.
The Farmhouse, Lodges, Pastureland and Woodland extends to 5.4 acres (2.18 Hec)
Joint Agents MMP