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Detached 8 Bedroom period house with 0.97 acres of land and off-road parking in rural location, Powys mid Wales
A beautiful stone built period property (1706) with just under an acre of land suitable for livestock, arable and orchard use
Burton House, Llandegley (LD1 5UF)
Price: £335,000 Freehold Reduced for quick sale
A grade 2 listed detached stone house with Welsh slate roof within the rural hamlet of Llandegley in Powys, surrounded by farms, open countryside and with easy access to local amenities. Extensively renovated by local experts with many ‘green’ features including wood pellet boiler and underfloor heating.
Large, spacious and airy rooms with many period features including open fireplaces, exposed beams and Welsh slate floors. The house has acted as the heart of the hamlet, being variously a coaching inn, pub and post office. It comprises:
- 8 bedrooms
- box room
- large bathroom
- 2 reception rooms
- utility room
- boiler room
Gardens front and back with spacious ‘paddock’ part planted to orchard and with potential for livestock.
Enter through wrought iron gate into front garden to Georgian-style porch and part-glazed oak door.
Entrance hall – part oak floor with period style radiator and part laid to Welsh slate with access to:
Dining room (5m x 4m)
Oak floor, open decorative fire place. Can accommodate a table that seats 12
Living room (5m x 5m)
Oak floor with log burner and underfloor heating
Kitchen (7m x 4m)
with original slate flooring, a working open fire place and non-functioning ‘range’ chimney as well as underfloor heating. Large ‘island’ area (1.2m x 2.4m) in centre of kitchen with matching units around sink and space for ‘aga’ size stove (electric). Space at other end of kitchen for eating area (table and 4 chairs).
External door to side of house next to Church yard
Pantry (off kitchen) (3m x 2m)
with slate floor
Utility room (3.2m x 3.1m) slate floor and underfloor heating; plumbing for washer, dryer and sink
Leads to rear hallway through to:
Boiler room (4.8m x 3.4m) with Okofen wood-pellet boiler and space for stairs to first floor and door to garden. Period features include large wood heated lined ‘bath’, water pump (not presently working), bread oven and inglenook fireplace
Bathroom / shower room (2.5m x 3.5m) with radiator and period feature ‘bath’
Lower ground floor
Cellar (5m x 4m)
Accessed by wooden staircase to large central atrium (with period skylight) with access to:
Bathroom (4.6m x 3.4m) with claw bath, 2 sinks, toilet and plumbing for stand-alone shower
Library (3.2m x 2.5m)
Bedroom 1 (5m x 4.2m) with double aspect windows, radiators and working fireplace
Bedroom 2 (2.4m x 3.5m) with window and radiator; oak floor
Bedroom 3 (4.8m x 3.2m) with window and radiator; oak floor
Bedroom 4 (3.2m x 2.5m) with window and radiator; oak floor
Bedroom 5 (4.8m x 3.2m) with window, fireplace and radiator; oak floor
Bedroom 6 (4.8m x 3.4m) with window and radiator; oak floor
Bedroom 7 (4.6m x 3.4m) with window, radiator and oak floor
Bedroom 8 (5m x 3.8m) with window, radiator and oak floor
The front and side of the house have been laid to lawn with mature shrubs, trees and flower beds surrounded by a wrought iron fence with 2 pedestrian accesses to front and side, and 5-bar gate for vehicle access to a large detached corrugated iron and wood garage. At the rear of the house is a stone-built outbuilding containing a 3.6 tonne wood pellet hopper.
To the rear of the property is a sizeable south facing ‘paddock’ area with some mature fruit trees and bordered by mixed hedges and surrounded by neighbouring fields to S and W, with church yard to N. Open vistas on to open countryside and surrounding hills. The entire grounds slope gently away with a natural spring well at the far end.
Electricity, water, telephone and broadband.
Council band is F
From Llandrindod Wells head north to Cross-gates and turn left on A44 for 4 miles, passing through Pen Y Bont until you arrive at Llandegley. Burton House is on the right and adjacent to St Telca’s church.
For more information or appointment to view please contact agent or vendors direct
Call Morgan and Co (01597 888087) or Russell Baldwin and Bright (01597 822245).
Alternatively call 07595 528540 for private viewing.
These details have been supplied by the vendor and are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contract. Prospective purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. None of the appliances, services or systems (heating, plumbing, drainage etc) has been tested.