Maison à vendre, Brecon, à Powys, Royaume-Uni

1 562 868 €
Powys, Brecon

Maison • 10 Chambres • Réf: 2751759

An imposing late Georgian/Victorian Country House set in around 9 acres of gardens and grounds. The property affords 8 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms to the main house plus a 2 bedroom self contained annex/ cottage.
A particular feature of this home is the open plan kitchen. breakfast and garden room, a stunning modern space with fantastic views.
The property also enjoys around 2km of single bank fishing on the rivers Usk and Crai.

Description    This is a lovely example of a late Georgian/Victorian country house set in a slightly elevated position enjoying beautiful views over some of Breconshire's most stunning scenery including distant views of the majestic Brecon Beacons mountain range.

The spacious 9 bedroom and 3 reception room home has been partially renovated by the current owners who have spent considerable time lovingly restoring and improving this fantastic property. The open plan kitchen/dining room and extended garden room is a particular feature of this stunning home providing a focal point for the occupiers to spend most of their time. Alongside is the beautiful Sitting Room with deep recessed stone fireplace and bi-fold doors opening to the grand entrance hall still retaining its original period tiled flooring.

.    Annexed to the main house is a 2 bedroom self contained apartment, ideal for air BNB or extended family and complementing the property are the beautiful gardens and grounds which extend to about 9 acres. The adjoining paddock is ideal for ponies or livestock having a stable block and store shed and running along one boundary of the field is the River Usk on which the buyers will enjoy a significant stretch of single bank fishing including a length on the River Crai estimated at around 2 kilometres in all.

Pantyscallog has been an important local landmark for many years and we have been informed it was previously owned by W.H.P. Rees a substantial Mine owner from South Wales. During this time we understand that Mr Rees and his family made great improvements to the property with major extensions which befitted the great Sporting Estate it became under his ownership.

Location    Pantyscallog enjoys a sheltered but imposing position with beautiful views to Pen-y-Fan and the Brecon Beacons. It is situated in the pretty and attractive area of the Upper Usk Valley within the Brecon Beacons National Park which is an area known for its beauty, sheltered valleys, meandering rivers and abundance of wildlife. Just over 1 mile away is the well serviced village of Sennybridge which enjoys good local services including a health centre, primary school, village pubs/ restaurants and petrol station/ stores. 8 miles further along the A40 is Brecon, a popular market town tucked in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. There are a good choice of shopping and leisure facilities but for those seeking a little more excitement, Cardiff is about one hour away via the A470.

Walk Inside    The property is approached via a traditional entrance porch with attractive tiled flooring that flows through to the impressive Reception Hall. The hand crafted staircase is the first thing to catch your eye flanked with the attractive wood panelling and off to the left are the modern bi-fold doors that open into the Sitting Room which has an attractive oak floor and large inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove. To the opposite side of the Entrance Hall is the Drawing Room complete with wood burning stove set within an attractive fire surround.   The inner lobby provides access to a large walk-in pantry and ground floor WC, and also links through to the impressive open plan kitchen/dining area. This is the hub of the home, complete with a custom made Shaker style kitchen to include central island with inset Belfast sink with granite worktops and underfloor heating. The dining area overlooks the gardens and enjoys a decorative fireplace with inset wood burning stove with recessed cupboards to either side.   Bi-fold doors separate the Garden Room from the kitchen with its beautiful rural outlook towards Pen Y Fan and Corn Du.

..    The rear hall not only provides side access but is also home to a unique feature of the property being the traditional Water Well, having a raised oak frame with glazed viewing point. A passage provides access to the Utility Room where there is plumbing for two washing machines, Belfast sink, and a Shower room. Alongside is a further spacious room, currently used as a Gymnasium with solid oak flooring and door to garden.

First Floor    The first floor landing is an impressive space from where there is access to each of the bedrooms on this floor along with a large airing cupboard/drying room. Immediately off is a generous double bedroom with en-suite. A decorative arch leads through to a separate small hallway with doors to 2 further bedrooms and a dressing room servicing the Master Bedroom, being the highlight of this floor; comprising of a spacious double room with dual aspect windows taking full advantage of the views to Pen Y Fan and Corn Du, and enjoying an engineered oak flooring and granite sills. The beautiful en-suite bathroom consists of a shower cubicle, w.c., bidet, claw foot roll-top bath, custom made his and hers vanity sink cupboard, tiled flooring and granite windows sills.

Second Floor    The second floor has a spacious landing which in turn provides access to 5 further bedrooms. The main bedroom has a large en-suite shower room whilst a separate family bathroom can be accessed off the main landing for the remaining bedrooms on this floor.

The Annex    Accessed externally via a small flight of steps which lead into a lovely living area off which are two bedrooms, a small kitchen and a bathroom. This unit is ideal for air BNB type use or for extended family.

Walk Outside    Pantyscallog House is approached via a wrought iron gated entrance leading into a spacious parking area flanked by lawns and shrubs. The main gardens lie to the front of the house where there are a series of box hedges creating separate areas, a large garden pond and mature shrubs.

Grounds    Adjacent to the entrance drive is a useful period outbuilding and beyond a tractor/ store shed together with a timber built stable and tack room with two loose boxes opening onto a hard surfaced turnout.

The field which is estimated at 7.2 acres wraps around two sides of the house and gently falls away towards the river Usk that runs along the northern boundary.

Pantyscallog House enjoys the benefit of single bank fishing rights on the river Usk and Crai which are estimated to extend for about 2 kilometres, the perfect setting for those with an interest in fishing.



Brecon, Powys

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