Bronbechan, ., Tregynon, Powys, SY16 3PP
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 1
- Receptions: 1
- Parking Spaces: 4
Guide Price 425,000 Sold STC
Viewing Is Recommended To Fully Appreciate The Property.
Bronbechan is a substantial four bedroom detached Edwardian country house standing on the edge of and over looking the Gregynog Estate, located about ½ mile out of the village of Tregynon, some 6 miles from the market town of Newtown. The property stands in spacious gardens and grounds including paddock and woodland extending in all to 2.3 acres.
The property retains many of its original features with a wealth of character throughout.
Briefly containing: Central hallway, lounge/family room, front room and dining room. Fitted kitchen with breakfast area off. Pantry and utility/w.c.. Four bedrooms and bathroom at first floor level.
Particulars of Sale:
The property stands along a quiet country road with vehicular access directly off onto ample parking at the side of the property.
The property stands central to the garden with an attractive area of woodland to one side and a pasture paddock and stream to the other.
The full extent of the property is edged red on the attached plan. Please be mindful there is a right of way for the neighbouring farmer only at the far-left hand side of the woodland area which is edged yellow (see map below).
From the front the accommodation further contains:
Front entrance door leading into porch.
With staircase off and storage cupboard under. Tiled floor. Radiator.
17' x 12'4” Central fireplace with cast iron wood burner. Built in china cupboards. Tiled floor. Radiator.
13'11" x 12' Fireplace with cast iron front. Built in china cupboards. Wood floor. Radiator.
Period Concertina door into:
14’ x 13’5” Stone fireplace housing cast iron wood burner. Wood floor. Radiator.
14’ x 8'11" Fitted wall and base units under worktops with tiled back incorporating sink. Integrated Neff electric oven and ceramic hob with extractor over. Tiled floor. Pantry off.
16’10” x 8’4” Velux roof lights. Tiled floor. Two radiators. UPVC French doors into rear garden.
9' x 5'9” Fitted w.c. and washbasin. Tiled floor. Plumbing in point.
Staircase off hallway leading to landing with access to loft. Radiator.
13’4” x 12’ (Front left). Fitted wardrobes with storage over. Radiator.
12'9" x 12'1" Feature fireplace Built in cupboard. Radiator.
13’ x 12'3” Radiator.
14'2" x 9' Currently used as office. Access to loft.
Fitted and appointed with white suite comprising W.C. pedestal washbasin and bath with electric shower over. Tiled walls. Radiator.
The property is surrounded by mature gardens laid mainly to lawn. Attached to the rear of the house is a range of three small brick built out houses providing useful storage. Further to the rear is a timber:
25’ x 8’ with electricity connected.
Timber Framed log store.
Timber Framed Tractor Shed:
14’ x 12’7” with concrete floor and electricity connected.
Please note there are overage clauses on both the woodland area and paddock which briefly means that if anyone wishes to develop either parcel they will are liable for payment of a percentage of uplift in value as follows. In respect of the woodland (enclosure 6106) the percentage payment is 75% of the uplift in value. In respect of the paddock (enclose 7010) this figure is 50%.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Mains electricity and water connected.
Oil fired central Heating.
The Water supply comes via Gregynog Hall with a water meter located at Bronbechan. This meter is read every 6 months with an invoice for usage issued by the owners of Gregynog Hall for water consumed.
Sewage/Drainage. A small filtration treatment plant is located at the rear of Bronbechan with three neighbouring properties connected to this. The cost of maintaining same is shared equally between the four properties with the plant being in the ownership of Bronbechan.
The services have not been inspected or examined by the selling agents.
The measurements contained in these particulars are approximate and for guidance only.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Harry Ray & Company. Tel: 01938 552555.
Powys (Montgomeryshire) County Council, Powys County Hall, Spa Road East, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG. Tel: 01597 827463. Email: email@example.com.
Council Tax Property Band ‘F’.
Energy Performance Certificate:
Energy Efficiency Rating: F,37. A full EPC is available on request or on click on the link: Energy Performance Certificate
We will require evidence of your ability to proceed with the purchase, if the sale is agreed to you.
The successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. Appropriate examples: Passport and/or photographic Driving Licence and recent utility bill.
Location & Situation:
Located in beautiful rural surroundings with an outlook over the mature parkland of Gregynog Hall in an area renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and totally unspoilt. The property is located a short distance out of the village of Tregynon which has a local shop, garage, primary school and community centre together with church and chapels. 6 miles from Newtown and 14 miles from Welshpool both with their national and local shops, supermarkets, mainline railway station, excellent educational facilities, leisure centres. Local attractions including Powis Castle, Llanfair/Welshpool light railway and Montgomery canal are close by.
From Welshpool take the A483 south for 5 miles turning right to the village of Berriew. Travel through the village taking the road to Bettws Cedewain which is 5 miles distance then take the road to Tregynon. At the T junction on entering the village turn right and travel past the school turning left thereafter towards Bwlchyffridd. Travel up hill and just after the church bear left. Continue for about ½ mile where Bronbechan will be found on the right hand side. Just after the rear entrance to Gregynog.