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Talgarth, Brecon

  • Ref: 7169046
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Spacious Farmhouse with much character
  • Stunning views towards surrounding countryside
  • Located within Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Range of traditional stone and modern outbuildings
  • Gardens and paddocks of circa 16 acres
  • Access to miles of bridleways and footpaths
  • Good access to ‘A’ Roads

Property Summary

Revel Farm is an attractive country farmhouse with much charm and character, set in a delightful setting within the Black Mountains, just 2 miles from the village of Cwmdu and 7 miles from the picturesque town of Crickhowell. The farmhouse has been updated in recent years retaining period charm and features combined with modern comforts. Entered via a solid timber door, the farmhouse has a traditional entrance hall with quarry tile flooring which continues throughout the main reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room. The welcoming drawing room has a feature fireplace with wrought iron wood burning stove set on a stone hearth with oak beam above, picture windows overlook the rear garden. The open plan sitting/dining room also features a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth and picture windows overlooking the gardens. The farmhouse style kitchen is comprehensively fitted with an oil fired Rayburn, oven, electric oven and range of cupboards and appliances. Off the entrance hall is a hobby/study room with an oak floor and en-suite shower room, this would also make an ideal ground floor guest bedroom. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the Master Bedroom has a Juliette balcony showcasing the stunning views. To the rear of the house is a pretty garden with mature flowers and shrubs. To one side of the farmhouse is the original farmyard with a substantial range of traditional stone and modern outbuildings set around the courtyard. Paddocks lie to the rear and side of the outbuildings. The surrounding views are superb and can particularly be enjoyed particularly from the garden. The farmhouse is located at the end of a No Through Road with a bridle way, providing access to miles of off road riding, literally on the doorstep. In addition to the farmhouse, comprehensive range of outbuildings and traditional style ‘farm/courtyard’ are circa 16 acres comprising a cottage style garden and paddocks.

Full Details

Step Outside
Revel Farm is approached along a driveway bounded by stone walls, opening out to a traditional farmyard providing a large parking area and access to a comprehensive range of both traditional stone outbuildings and modern barns. The drive continues to the front of the property with additional parking and garage/coach house.
Gardens: The mature south facing lawn gardens with shrubs, bushes, flower beds and pond lie to the rear of the house and have stunning views to the surrounding mountains and countryside. There are several paved and gravel areas provide ideal seating areas for outdoors dining or simply enjoying the stunning scenery. 
Outbuildings and Land: In summary, the outbuildings comprise a traditional stone stable with 2 looseboxes and hayloft over, a granary accessed via stone steps, a former cowshed converted to stables/feed room and tack room, a large stone barn, a garage/coach house and an 'L' shaped workshop/store. The outbuildings have the potential for..

a number of uses, subject to the relevant planning consents. In addition to the main farmhouse, garden and range of outbuildings, are paddocks and pasture amounting to circa 16 acres.

Revel Farm is situated within the picturesque Brecon Beacons National Park, five miles north of the village of Cwmdu. Cwmdu has has several public facilities, including the Famers Arms village pub, the Mynydd Ddu tea rooms, a campsite and garage. The much sought after town of Crickhowell, 7 miles south east, has all the expected facilities of a small town including shops, restaurants and cafes, financial institutions, schools and hotels. Leisure facilities are in abundance with horse riding, mountain-biking, camping, hill walking, rock climbing, fly-fishing and hang-gliding available throughout the county. The town of Abergavenny is 13 miles to the south, providing comprehensive amenities, excellent road links to the A449/A40 and A465 which in turn, link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway network. There is also a main line railway station in Abergavenny with connections to London Paddington, Bristol, Cardiff and Hereford.

The property is connected to mains electricity. Private drainage. Private water (via a spring). Oil fired central heating system.


Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways.

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008
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