Llandefalle, Brecon, Powys

£1,650,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 9
The House Approached by a gravel drive to a wide parking sweep, the house is entered through an elegant reception hall, lighted by a stunning cupola with an oak staircase winding to the first floor. Panelled doors lead off to the well-proportioned reception rooms with further fine period features such as polished sprung flooring, decorative plasterwork and coving, open fireplaces, concealed radiators and tall shuttered sash windows with lovely views over the grounds. The drawing room in particular has a feature bay window with a full height sashed walk through to the side garden, whilst the dining room has large double doors opening through to the kitchen. This is both functional and elegant and includes a four oven oil fired AGA combined with a 6 burner gas hob and large electric oven. Towards the rear is the Billiard Room and domestic utilities including a laundry and scullery.

The elegant staircase leads up and round to a wide galleried landing beneath the cupola, which lights the whole vicinity. In total, there are nine bedrooms, the four front facing rooms having particularly fine views over the grounds, five bathrooms including 3 en-suite, and two showers (one en-suite). There is a rear servant staircase and a secondary staircase which leads to up to the attic area.

Accomodation comprises: Hall

Dining Room 6.79m x 5.09m (22'3" x 16'8")

Morning Room 6.00m x 5.24m (19'9" x 17'2")

Drawing Room 10.17m x 5.97m (33'4" x 19'7")

Library 5.16m x 3.21m (16'11" x 10'6")

Billiard Room 6.23m x 4.95m (20'5" x 16'3")

Conservatory 5.00m x 2.98 (16'5" x 9'9")

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 7.71m x 6.90m (25'4" x 22'8")

Gun Room 4.84m x 4.43m (15'11" x 14'5")

Boiler Room 4.18m x 2.85m (13'9" x 9'4

Laundry Room 4.66m x 2.54m (15'3" x 8'4")

Store 3.41m x 2.49m (11'2" x 8'2")

9 Double Bedrooms - Largest 6.28m x 5.24m (20'7" x 17'2")

Smallest 3.32m x 3.15m (10'11" x 10'4")

7 Bath/Shower Rooms

Outside

The Coach House and Stable Block This period stone building with cobbled yard lies to the west of the house and includes the original stall, coach house and the loft/grooms cottage above which has been converted into an office with ample storage.

A more modern wooden stable block is adjacent with three loose boxes, a feed room and a small paddock. A walled garden is beyond with greenhouses and potting sheds.

Gardens Felinewydd is known for its wonderful gardens. Beyond the Wisteria clad south façade and gravelled sweep are formal lawns with a central, circular pond surrounded by well established trees such as Copper Beach, Weeping Willow and Holly which run to the stream and park railings. An arboretum with spring bulbs surrounds the stream which has a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs .

A side garden with a lawn, topiaried yew hedge, stone walls and herbaceous beds make the most of the morning sun, with a further area of mature trees and bulbs on a raised area behind the house. The kitchen garden with greenhouses and potting sheds are beyond the stables.

The Land The sale of Felinewydd includes approximately 18 acres of grounds which include the gardens and paddocks mainly to the south and west of the main residence.

Additional Land Available by separate negotiation should it be desired, the extra approximate 32 acres of land lies to the west and to the other side of the river. The ground is ideal grazing and is adjoins the grounds mentioned above with its own independent access from the lane to the north of Felinewydd.

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