- Highly desirable residential smallholding
- Gardens, Grounds and Land extending to 3.89 Acres or thereabouts
- Detached 3 Bedroom Cottage requiring renovation and refurbishment
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Oil fired central heating
- Detached Period Outbuilding
- Further Modern Barn
- Located within a mile of the historic border town of Presteigne
- Exceptional Lifestyle opportunity
- **No onward chain**
A highly desirable smallholding property located in the Slough area of the historic borderland town of Presteigne being most convenient for the town yet enjoying a rural position. Presteigne nestles in the heart of the Marches being surrounded by beautiful, unspoilt countryside, with the assumed motto, \"Gateway to Wales” which was once the former county town of Radnorshire hosting two festivals, the originally named Sheep Music Festival and Presteigne Festival of Music and Arts, attracting some well-known composers. There is also the award-winning Judges Lodgings Museum being the winner of numerous national awards, the town is also commended for its many community-led initiatives and a wonderful array of independent shops and businesses on its high street and other traders within the town.
The detached residence would benefit from extensive renovation and refurbishment but offers a great opportunity to ‘put your own stamp’ on. Outside there is a good size parking area and garden with a useful range of outbuildings including a period outbuilding formerly used as a cow byre together with a steel framed barn set in gardens, grounds and land laid to permanent pasture extending to 3.89 Acres (1.574 Hectares).
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
A wooden front door leads to:
with radiator, velux window, door to:
Inner Hall with door to understairs cupboard, doors to:
Living Room 5.71m x 4.59m max.
Having fireplace with woodburning stove, 2 radiators, window to front and 2 windows to rear.
Kitchen 6.17m max. x 3.16m max. (L-shaped)
Having a range of base level cupboards and drawers with work surfaces over, plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge and tumble dryer, 1.5 bowl stainless steel single drainer sink with mixer taps, space for electric cooker, eye level cupboards and shelving, radiator, window to rear and side, door to larder cupboard with shelving. Doors to:
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
A glazed panelled front door leads to:
Rear Porch/Utility Area
With door to outside, fitted worksurface and Worcester Danesmoor 15/19 Boiler.
Dining Room 4.16m 2.74m
Having window to front, velux window and radiator.
A door from the kitchen leads to a staircase up to the first floor:
Having window to front, loft access, Airing Cupboard with slatted shelving and lagged cylinder. Doors lead off to:
Bedroom 1 3.71m upper level & 3.35m lower wall level x 2.25m
With radiator, window to front.
Bedroom 2 3.09m x max. x 3.16m max.
With radiator, window to front and window to rear.
Bedroom 3 2.59m upper level, 2.27m reducing to Lower wall level x 2.34m
With window to rear, radiator, built-in cupboard.
Having panelled bath with electric shower over and door, low level flush W.C., pedestal basin, radiator, window to rear, wall heater, part tiled walls.
The property is approached off the Slough Lane over a small bridge over the Clatterbrook via a drive up to an vehicular enrance gate into a parking and turning area with access off to a Former Cow Shed/Barn with part loft over and Wooden Store Shed. To one side of the house is a lawned area with the oil storage tank and to the other side a gate leads through to the front garden with a paved patio and steps up to a lawned garden with trees and shrubs and a Summer House. Off the front garden there is access to a small Orchard area with fruit trees with a Greenhouse and 2 Timber Store Sheds.
Laid to permanent productive pasture with one main paddock enclosure and a smaller paddock having fenced and native hedgerows surrounding to the Western boundary is the Clatterbrook which adds a lovely amenity area to the property. A useful Steel Framed Two Bay Barn with double tractor doors.
Mains electricity and water. Private Drainage.
Oil fired central heating to radiators via Worcester Boiler.
We are informed that the property is freehold.
Powys County Council Tax: Band E
Rights of Way
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The agent has not tested any apparatus equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.
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