Detached 4 Bedroom House For Sale

Bettws, Hundred House, Llandrindod Wells

Guide Price £585,000 Book Viewing
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  • Barn with planning consent for a three bed dwelling
  • Impressive dining hall boasting wonderful character
  • Courtyard attached to barn
  • Kitchen/breakfast room, handmade oak panelled doors
  • Large drawing room with inglenook fireplace
  • Attic space offering conversion potential (STPP)
  • Further sitting room with inglenook fireplace
  • Shower room and WC with designer wash basin
  • Landscaped gardens with countryside outlook
  • Stone barn suitable for a variety of uses
  • Wealth of wonderful character features
  • Oil central heating

A prominent Grade II listed country home set in rolling countryside between the towns of Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells. This historic house dating back to the 1500s was the historic home of the high sheriffs of Radnorshire. The current owners have carried out a considerable amount of restoration to the property including the fitting of handcrafted oak mullion windows, handmade oak paneled kitchen as well as luxury appointed shower and bathroom suites. The property boasts a wealth of character throughout in the form of oak paneling, wonderful oak staircases, Inglenook fireplaces with wood burning stoves and an array of exposed timbers. The main entrance opens into the impressive dining hall brimming with character features to include wood paneling, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and an impressive deep inglenook with wood burning stove. This room leads into the lounge also with a large inglenook and wood burning stove. From here is a lovely outlook over the gardens with French doors opening onto a terraced seating area. A further sitting room with inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove is located at the front of the house which leads into the kitchen/breakfast room. This room has been re fitted by the current owners to include handmade oak paneled doors, extensive granite effect work surfaces and integrated dishwasher and fridge. From the kitchen there is a large utility room with plumbing for washing machine which leads to a luxury fitted shower room with large shower cubicle, designer wash basin with vanity top and WC. Beautiful oak carved staircase leads to the first floor accommodation which consists of 4 double bedrooms a box/dressing room, and the re fitted family bathroom with WC. The master bedroom is a fantastic size with original fireplace and large fitted wardrobe. From the first floor landing a door opens to a second oak carved staircase leading to the vast loft space. There is huge potential for conversion to additional bedroom/bathroom accomm
This property also comes with a substantial stone barn with running water ,drainage and electricity which has had planning passed for a three bedroom family home, this property would come with its own private courtyard parking and gardens.
There is a further barn which could also be developed subject to all necessary planning consents. This historic house itself has been renovated to a very high standard but still with potential to develop the loft area. This is a fantastic family home and an opportunity not to be missed.

This is a great opportunity to purchase a well established property with huge potential to develop further, Two barns have been granted planning permission to develop in to one large residential dwelling

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