You may have to climb many mountains and cross many streams to find a property like this! Nant Y Groes which translates to 'The Stream of the Cross' is a wonderful Victorian property in a quiet village location.
- A Fabulous Detached Victorian House
- Substantial Flexible Accommodation
- Currently Accommodating Three Generations
- Offering Nine Bedrooms
- Five Reception Rooms & 3 Bathrooms
- Former Swimming Pool (Potential Gymnasium)
- Extensive Improvements Undertaken
- Stunning Period Features
- Large Grounds, Village Location
- Great Parking Facilities | EPC D
Built in 1893 on a former Vicarage site and formerly known as Llanyre Hall the newly named Nant Y Groes is a most fabulous detached Victorian residence which sits proudly in the centre of the popular village of Llanyre. The property oozes class and character throughout and although some major improvement works have been carried out the original features remain.
Since purchasing the property in 2014 the current owners have spent considerable funds getting the property to the standard it is today. Work includes two new mains gas boilers which work in tandem, hot water cylinder, replacement flat roofs, covering the swimming pool with rsj beams and slabs (these can be removed), updated most of the double glazing, re-felted and improved insulation, new flashing to the chimney stacks, new gutting and downpipes, the wood work has been treated, rendering and the soffits and fascia boards replaced with PVC. As you can imagine the sheer size of the house makes the above a considerable expense, however these have now been done meaning you don’t have to worry!
The accommodation flows over three floors and with the large number of rooms, two stairs and entrance doors it has been home for three generations since 2014. The family can enjoy living in such a wonderful house but still have space when some privacy is required.
The style of the property provides high ceilings and large rooms throughout, the entrance hall certainly sets the theme as you step in. There are five reception rooms on the ground floor, together with the kitchen with a large 4 oven Aga, pantry, former swimming pool (which could make a fantastic gym!). The impressive conservatory which links the dining hall and the sitting room enjoys overlooking the gardens to the rear. From here you will appreciate the expenditure of replacing the double-glazed windows!
The original stair and beautiful stained-glass window lead to the first-floor accommodation which offers five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The master bedroom suite is something special, a huge double with a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom.
The second floor, formerly four bedrooms is now home to grandparents, a stair leads to an open plan kitchen/dining area and in turn three bedrooms and a lounge. From the lounge window you have a stunning view over the village towards Llandrindod Wells in the distance.
A truly wonderful property improved considerably to the make it the impressive home it is today.
The drive to the property leads to the side entrance door. There is ample parking and the drive continues around the front of the house and gives access to the rear garden. To the side of the house is a useful attached store shed and a laundry room which is home to the new boilers. There are number established trees and shrubs surrounding the house providing some privacy to the front and side. The rear garden is a fantastic space, with a large lawn, wildlife area, pond and raised paved seating area it is a fantastic space for the family to enjoy.
The popular village of Llanyre offers a great community spirit, with a thriving public house and church in the village it has always proved a very popular village over the years. The nearby town of Llandrindod Wells or more locally known as Llandod is the county town of the largest county in Wales, Powys. Offering an extensive range of retail, recreational and educational facilities the spa town is a popular destination for visitors owing to the picturesque surrounding countryside and mixture of beautiful Victorian and Edwardian town houses, which overshadow the winding streets of many independent and well-known chained stores. Served by the Arriva Heart of Wales Line which links Shrewsbury and Swansea, Llandrindod is easily accessible by both rail and road with several local bus services in and around the area, neighbouring towns and villages. There is outstanding education available in the area, with several primary schools and a comprehensive secondary school and six form. The town also hosts a post school college – Coleg Powys, which offers a wide range of vocational courses. As mentioned Llandrindod Wells offers a great deal of everyday essentials, with an excellent range of independent retailers and a number of supermarkets chains, farm materials, banks, electrical stores and a large array of bars and restaurants with more further facilities for commerce, leisure, shopping and education available at Builth Wells, Rhayader and further a field Brecon. If you like to spend your time soaking up some local culture Llandrindod plays host to a theatre - The Albert Hall theatre, a museum - the National Cycle Collection in memory of Tom Norton, or the large man-made lake and accompanying sculptures. The town also hosts the annual Victorian Festival Many where locals and some visitors dress in Victorian, Edwardian or other antique costumes, and many of the town's shops and other high-street businesses dress their windows or otherwise join in the spirit of the event. If you are somebody that likes to participate in leisure activities and, Llandrindod is an ideal place for you, the town has many sporting and recreational facilities including a Football Club, Rugby Club, an international standard outdoor bowling green which hosts national and international events and a newer indoor bowling centre and highly regarded 18 hole, links golf course with driving range. There is also a leisure centre housing a full sized swimming pool, gymnasium, astroturf pitch and indoor sports hall.
We are informed the property is connected to all mains services.
The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating.
Powys County Council - Band H.
We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.
Llandrindod Wells - 2.6miles
Builth Wells - 9.6 miles
Rhayader - 8.4 miles
Hereford - 42 miles
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