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5 Bedrooms Barn Conversion Character Property for sale in Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn, Lloyney, Knighton, Powys, LD7

5 Bedrooms Barn Conversion Character Property - £500,000

Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn, Lloyney, Knighton, Powys, LD7

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First listed on: 01st November 2017

Nearest stations: Llangynllo (2.5 mi)Knucklas (3.5 mi)Llanbister Road (3.9 mi)Knighton (5.9 mi)Dolau (7.2 mi)

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Property Features

  • Fabulous views across the Teme Valley
  • An abundance of character features throughout
  • Very versatile accommodation
  • Separate annexe facility if required
  • About half an acre of complimentary gardens

Property Description

Tenure: Freehold

If you were seeking a property \'far from the madding crowd\' then look no further. Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn is a remote country home without being isolated. Set in the most beautifully surrounding countryside, the views across the Teme Valley are second to none.

Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn dates back to the early 1800\'s. The stone built barn is sited parallel to a platformed longhouse of late medieval origin.

The barn retains original structures which are apparent throughout the property.

The versatility of the accommodation has to be stressed. It is set out on three levels and the lower level, could easily provide a self-contained separate annexe which can also be accessed from outside. There is also space on the first floor to provide en-suite facilities if required.

On the ground floor is a porch/boot room with flag stone floor which leads into a split level reception hall. At one end of the hall is a ground floor bedroom and a separate shower room with wash basin and WC and a laundry/utility room with sink and plumbing for a washing machine, an American style fridge/freezer and stable door to outside. The kitchen is fitted with ample base and wall units and there is an oil fired Rayburn.

The separate dining room exudes character with its exposed beams and from the windows there are some lovely views around the surrounding countryside. The main sitting room is splendid, having a window at one end with window seat from which the fantastic views across the valley can be enjoyed to their full extent. A focal point of the room is a wood burner set on a flag stone hearth.

Stairs rise to the first floor galleried split level landing, again with a wealth of exposed timbers and two Velux sky lights allowing plenty of natural sunlight. The spacious master bedroom has an exposed wall and ceiling timbers and there is access into further roof space with good head height and here is potential to provide further accommodation, including an en-suite if required. Also on the first floor is a further double bedroom, a single bedroom and bathroom with bath, wash hand basin, bidet, WC and extractor fan.

From the ground floor hall there is access to a staircase leading to the lower ground floor level. As previously described this could very easily be converted to provide a self-contained annexe facility. At the moment the accommodation is incorporated into the main house. There is a gym room which could be used as a kitchen with exposed stone walls and patio doors, opening out into the garden. There is a door to a bedroom again full of character with exposed stone walls, an original flag stone floor and a en-suite shower room with wash basin and WC. On the other side of the gym room is a door leading into a further room which could provide another sitting room, presently used as an office/study.

The gardens compliment the style of the barn. To the rear wooden steps lead up to a higher level garden with two tier decked balcony. There are lovely views from the top balcony which leads to the raised flag stone sun-terrace, to the side of which is a detached timber cabin. On the south side of the barn are terraced lawn areas. The garden also includes a pond with a water feature. Throughout the gardens are strategically placed sitting out areas. The property is adjacent to a bridleway leading to open countryside.

The outside area has attractive dry stone wall terraces.

There is a detached garage/workshop with electric light and power points, a detached timber shed and a greenhouse.

NB. The present owners own a stable which is sited in a field opposite which is rented from a local farmer. We are unable to confirm that this arrangement would continue but enquiries could be made.

Tenure: Freehold.

Mains electricity, mains water, septic tank drainage, oil fired central heating.

Local Authority: Powys Council. Council Tax Band G.

Direction:

From Ludlow proceed along the A49 in a northerly direction, turn left towards Knighton and proceed through Leintwardine. Turn right A4113 Knighton road and carry on into Knighton. Carry on through the town and turn right onto the B4355 Newtown road. Proceed to Lloyney and carry on through the village, continuing along this road until you reach the Pound Farm on the right. Take the next left turn onto a \'no through\' lane identified by a green rubbish bin. Past the white bungalow on the right and turn right onto a gated drive. Carry on through the gate and take the right hand fork to Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn.



If you were seeking a property \'far from the madding crowd\' then look no further. Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn is a remote country home without being isolated. Set in the most beautifully surrounding countryside, the views across the Teme Valley are second to none.

Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn dates back to the early 1800\'s. The stone built barn is sited parallel to a platformed longhouse of late medieval origin.

The barn retains original structures which are apparent throughout the property.

The versatility of the accommodation has to be stressed. It is set out on three levels and the lower level, could easily provide a self-contained separate annexe which can also be accessed from outside. There is also space on the first floor to provide en-suite facilities if required.

On the ground floor is a porch/boot room with flag stone floor which leads into a split level reception hall. At one end of the hall is a ground floor bedroom and a separate shower room with wash basin and WC and a laundry/utility room with sink and plumbing for a washing machine, an American style fridge/freezer and stable door to outside. The kitchen is fitted with ample base and wall units and there is an oil fired Rayburn.

The separate dining room exudes character with its exposed beams and from the windows there are some lovely views around the surrounding countryside. The main sitting room is splendid, having a window at one end with window seat from which the fantastic views across the valley can be enjoyed to their full extent. A focal point of the room is a wood burner set on a flag stone hearth.

Stairs rise to the first floor galleried split level landing, again with a wealth of exposed timbers and two Velux sky lights allowing plenty of natural sunlight. The spacious master bedroom has an exposed wall and ceiling timbers and there is access into further roof space with good head height and here is potential to provide further accommodation, including an en-suite if required. Also on the first floor is a further double bedroom, a single bedroom and bathroom with bath, wash hand basin, bidet, WC and extractor fan.

From the ground floor hall there is access to a staircase leading to the lower ground floor level. As previously described this could very easily be converted to provide a self-contained annexe facility. At the moment the accommodation is incorporated into the main house. There is a gym room which could be used as a kitchen with exposed stone walls and patio doors, opening out into the garden. There is a door to a bedroom again full of character with exposed stone walls, an original flag stone floor and a en-suite shower room with wash basin and WC. On the other side of the gym room is a door leading into a further room which could provide another sitting room, presently used as an office/study.

The gardens compliment the style of the barn. To the rear wooden steps lead up to a higher level garden with two tier decked balcony. There are lovely views from the top balcony which leads to the raised flag stone sun-terrace, to the side of which is a detached timber cabin. On the south side of the barn are terraced lawn areas. The garden also includes a pond with a water feature. Throughout the gardens are strategically placed sitting out areas. The property is adjacent to a bridleway leading to open countryside.

The outside area has attractive dry stone wall terraces.

There is a detached garage/workshop with electric light and power points, a detached timber shed and a greenhouse.

NB. The present owners own a stable which is sited in a field opposite which is rented from a local farmer. We are unable to confirm that this arrangement would continue but enquiries could be made.

Tenure: Freehold.

Mains electricity, mains water, septic tank drainage, oil fired central heating.

Local Authority: Powys Council. Council Tax Band G.

Direction:

From Ludlow proceed along the A49 in a northerly direction, turn left towards Knighton and proceed through Leintwardine. Turn right A4113 Knighton road and carry on into Knighton. Carry on through the town and turn right onto the B4355 Newtown road. Proceed to Lloyney and carry on through the village, continuing along this road until you reach the Pound Farm on the right. Take the next left turn onto a \'no through\' lane identified by a green rubbish bin. Past the white bungalow on the right and turn right onto a gated drive. Carry on through the gate and take the right hand fork to Tyn-Y-Cefn Barn.



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Nock Deighton, Leominster

19 Broad Street

Leominster

Herefordshire

HR6 8BT

Telephone: See phone number 01568 611661

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This property is marketed by

Nock Deighton, Leominster

19 Broad Street

Leominster

Herefordshire

HR6 8BT

Telephone: See phone number 01568 611661

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