Trefecca Road, Talgarth, Brecon, Powys

£380,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
. A most charming and characterful three bedroom detached character cottage believed to date back some 200 years, within the Brecon Beacons National Park on the edge of the market town of Talgarth. This former toll cottage retains many of its period features. It is currently used as a holiday cottage, having been sympathetically restored and blends old with new beautifully, with features such as stone walls, exposed timbers and oak beams as well as a fantastic feature fireplace with remnants of the bread oven and a new wood burning stove.

Enjoying an extensive garden with a raised decking and ample parking the outside space is a particular feature of the cottage. Caepost has far reaching views to the Brecon Beacons beyond and backs on to agricultural and amenity land that hosts an abundance of wildlife. Nearby are picturesque country lanes and footpaths that are a short walk from the property and local historic features such as the old railway bridge nearby.

Caepost is located on the edge of the village of Talgarth which has good links to Brecon, Crickhowell, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye with local beauty spots such as Llangorse Lake and excellent walking, cycling and horse-riding in the nearby area.

Step inside

Reception Area

Living Room Entering though an original front door you come into the living area which enjoys a welcoming feature fireplace with quarry stone hearth, alcove for wood storage and fan, along with a wealth of charming features such as the exposed oak beam and stonework and shuttered windows.

Dining Room Leading from the Living Room is the Dining Area, separated by beautiful feature timbers with another feature fireplace and providing a cosy yet spacious reception space with door to the Kitchen. From here is the Rear Lobby and a Utility space that leads to the Bathroom.

Bathroom Benefitting from both a bath and cubicle shower unit and is tastefully decorated.

Kitchen A generously sized contemporary Kitchen with Belfast sink, electric hob and oven, fitted units, worktops and recesses for appliances. Leading on from here is the Sun Room.

Sun Room A perfect light space to sit and relax and enjoy the sights of the wildlife visiting the garden through the large windows.

First Floor An attractive dog leg staircase leads to the Landing Area. The first floor has carpeted flooring throughout and the character features continue with exposed beams and shutter windows.

Bedrooms All three bedrooms are unique with recesses and varying ceiling height befitting the charm of this cottage. One bedroom has been fitted with a large skylight, allowing views of the night sky in this International Dark Sky Reserve area.

Step Outside Approached by a five bar gated entrance leading to an ample parking area, from here gates lead to the generous attractive gardens. The gardens provide a mix of spaces to relax including a raised decking seating area which raked in the wonderful far reaching views that the cottage enjoys. The gardens also feature a practical patio area and a lawned area. There are good sized garages and storage facilities currently being used as a games room towards the end of the garden, ideal for garden equipment, outdoor equipment and bike storage.

Agent Note Caepost is currently used as a holiday cottage, the sale can be offered as a going concern (if required) or for full time residence. Please note due to the nature of the current use viewing appointments may be restricted sufficient notice to allow for any pre-booked dates to take place. For further information please contact our office.

EPC Rating = F

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