Equestrian smallholding with 9.09 acres (3.68 ha) or thereabouts, 3 bed character house and Annex. Including stables, manege and turnout area, area of woodland and homestead ruins.
Ty Hwnt Ir Nant is a 3 bedroomed character property bursting with original features throughout and is perfect for those looking for a rural lifestyle. The property is most suited to those with an equestrian inclination as it benefits from it's own stables, tack room, turnout area and manége whilst the annex offers huge potential for use as holiday accommodation, home working or a studio.
Internally, Ty Hwnt Ir Nant has 3 double bedrooms; the Master with an en-suite bathroom. Downstairs the kitchen is heated by the aga range cooker, whilst the living area's focal points are the large inglenook fireplace with log burner, exposed beams, flagstone floors and stone walls.
The property as a whole extends to 9.09 acres (3.68 hectares) or thereabouts, which includes useful sized pasture enclosures, amenity woodland with stream and old ruins, and a variety of garden space and seating areas. The old Pen-y-Wern homestead ruins in the woodland could also offer potential for renovation.
Bont Dolgadfan is less than 3 miles from the tight knit community of Llanbrynmair on the A470 Trunk Road which has a Public House and convenience store. Further afield (approx. 10 miles) is the market town of Machynlleth which hosts an array of amenities and local independent shops, whilst the popular town of Newtown is less than 20 miles. The landscape surrounding Bont Dolgadfan is rich in history and much of it remains today. The small ancient settlement around Ty Hwnt Ir Nant is called Wern Gerhynt and was previously involved in the Flocking industry. The hills around the property have many open access areas and historic features including stone circles, cairns and house platforms which are waiting to be explored.
entrnace hall 7' 9" x 7' 6" (2.37 max m x 2.30m) Flagstone flooring, plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted radiator, sky light and 2 further windows bring light into the entrance hall. Access to downstairs bathroom.
Bathroom 7' 0" x 6' 2" (2.14m x 1.88 max m) Slate flooring with tiled walls, the bathroom has a white 3 piece suite comprising of WC, pedestal basin and large shower cubicle with chrome attachments. Built in cupboard and wall mounted radiator.
Kitchen 7' 6" x 6' 1" (2.31m x 1.86m) With a mixture of wooden base and wall kitchen units and solid wooden worktops, the kitchen's central point is the oil fuelled aga cooker, set in an inglenook fireplace. The date carved in the beam above shows that the property dates back to at least 1788. Stainless steel sink and draining board, there is also space for undercounter fridge freezers, and dishwasher.
Dining room 13' 0" x 15' 2" (3.97m x 4.64m) A later addition to the house, added by the current owners this area, whilst requiring finishing, provides an additional reception area for the house with stunning views out of the countryside. From this side of the house there is also a further entrance porch (2.31m x 1.86m) which can be used to access the property.
Living area 22' 2" x 13' 3" (6.78 max m x 4.05m) Spilt by exposed beams, the living area exudes the qualities that you look for in a property with character. Exposed beams in the walls and ceilings, a large inglenook fireplace with log burner (which provides the heating to the radiators), stone walling and a private staircase which leads solely to the Master Bedroom. There are multiple windows letting in light from all aspects.
master bedroom 13' 0" x 14' 0" (3.97m x 4.28 maax m) A spacious and light double bedroom accessed from the Lounge. Large Velux window, carpet flooring, exposed beams, and en-suite bathroom (1.23m x 0.89m) comprising of a WC and pedestal sink and separate shower cubicle in the bedroom. Wall mounted radiator in the bedroom as well as in the WC
bedroom two 14' 1" x 8' 11" (4.31m x 2.73m) Accessed via the main staircase, this double bedroom again has beautiful exposed beams throughout, a sky light and low level window, carpet flooring, wall mounted radiator and a wall hung basin.
Bedroom three 9' 11" x 14' 0" (3.04m x 4.27m) A good size bedroom with sky light and low level window. Exposed beams, carpet flooring with wall mounted radiator and wall hung basin.
Ty ffwrn (the annex)
Ty Ffrwrn, originally the Old Bakery, is a stone property with slate roof and benefits from Gas central heating and gas wood burner. Ty Ffrwn has previously been listed as a separate dwelling so, subject to obtaining the suitable consents, could be utilised as a dwelling again. It could also provide an opportunity for holiday accommodation, teen accommodation or an excellent home working space or studio.
Entrance hall 5' 7" x 4' 1" (1.72m x 1.26m)
main room 14' 4" x 11' 9" (4.39m x 3.60m) An open plan living area, there are wooden kitchen units with a laminate worktop along one side of the room with a stainless steel sink and draining board. A window above the sink looks out to the front aspect of the property, whilst the other windows look out to the gable and rear end of the property. With wood effect flooring and large wood burner with slate hearth surrounding.
Shower room 4' 6" x 4' 1" (1.38m x 1.26m) Tiled shower room with a 3 piece suite comprising of WC, handbasin and shower unit.
Store room There is an externally accessed store room to the rear of the property
outside The gardens surround the house and provide areas of lawn, gravel seating areas and shrubberies with views over the nearby hills. The various buildings include small stone store shed with slate roof, summer house and wood shed. Nant y Wern stream runs through the whole length of the property and the amenity woodland is waiting to be explored.
Garage 29' 1" x 11' 9" (8.89m x 3.60m) A large garage with light and electric provides space for 2 vehicles, or for use as a workshop with storage space above.
stables Ty Hwnt Ir Nant provides a "Chart" stable block set around a concrete yard with electric, light and water supply.
Stable 1 - 3.65m x 3.65m (12ft x 12ft)
Stable 2 - 3.65m x 3.65m (12ft x 12ft)
Stable 3 - 4.57m x 3.65m (12ft x 15ft)
Tack room - 3.40m x 1.72m
Store room - 3.40m x 1.72m
Separate fodder store shed - 3.42m x 3.12m
turnout area 17' 11" x 17' 11" (5.48m x 5.48m) With field shelter. Split into three areas with wooden railings, fully drained with stone membrane and woodchip base.
Manege 39' 11" x 19' 10" (12.19m x 6.06m) A well-kept, fully drained riding arena with sand and fibre base and Equipro riding surface. Solar lighting and ground mounted mirror.
The land The property as a whole amounts to 9.09 acres (3.68ha) or thereabouts which is split into areas of garden, buildings, pasture and woodland. The pasture land totals 4.51 acres (1.82 ha) and is west facing, sloping ground split into useful size enclosures which are well fenced. The native woodland amounts to 2.14 acres (0.87 ha) and has an abundance of history, including an old horse taxi route and the stream previously fed a watermill nearby. Also located in the woodland are the ruins of the former dwelling of Pen-y-Wern which, subject to obtaining the suitable planning consents, could have potential to be renovated.
Ty hwnt ir nant: Solid fuel heating to radiators with oil aga
ty ffwrn annex: Gas central heating
Private water supply
Council tax band: E
EPC: Band tbc
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all measurements are approximate