Talgarth Farm, Caersws
- Grade II Listed
- Original Features
- Three Reception Rooms
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Two En-suite Bathrooms
- Converted Out Building Giving Additional Living Space
- Off Road Parking
- Set Within Approx 3.2 Acres Of Land
- Sat Nav To SY17 5PU
Property SummaryEsale are delighted to bring to the market this period Grade II listed manor house with a 900 year old history rebuilt circa 1664 but dates back to the 1100's and featured on S4C's The Welsh House. The property is of unique historical value and is considered to be one of the most important Tudor buildings in Wales, it is situated in stunning open countryside, the property has been sympathetically maintained with spacious accommodation set over three floors and retains plenty of original features, character and charm.
The property benefits from oil fired/electric heating, off road parking, courtyard area, landscaped gardens and sits in approximately 3.2 acres of land, briefly comprises: to the ground floor, entrance hallway with downstairs W.C off, spacious sitting room with exposed original timber beams, timber fireplace and wooden flooring, snug with exposed timber beams and exposed brick inglenook fireplace with timber mantel and multi-fuel burning stove, separate dining room, spacious kitchen again with original timber beams and inglenook recess with original timber lintel housing an Aga stove, tiled flooring, with a scullery and larder off and stairs leading to the cellar which houses the oil fired boiler. To the first floor is a modern family bathroom with a matching four piece suite comprising of a freestanding bath, low level W.C, wash hand basin and double shower cubicle, there are also three double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom to the master. To the second floor are two further double attic bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom with three piece suite.
Separate to the main manor house is a summer House and garden store/stable. There is also a gravelled courtyard/seating area, beautiful landscaped gardens and gated car park. To the side of the property and on the other side of the country lane is an area of dingle with the Trannon River running through it for approximately 2.7 acres with fishing rights, in total the grounds extend to approximately 3.2 acres.
In our opinion this is a unique property full of original features and provides comfortable and spacious accommodation in a historic setting situated in a beautiful countryside location. Viewing is highly recommended in order to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Sitting Room 6.00m (198) x 5.80m (190)
Snug 5.80m (190) x 4.60m (151)
Dining Room 5.80m (190) x 3.10m (102)
Kitchen 7.80m (257) x 3.00m (910)
Scullery 3.00m (910) x 2.07m (69)
Larder 3.00m (910) x 2.00m (67)
Bedroom 1 6.50m (214) x 6.00m (198)
En-Suite 2.30m (77) x 1.50m (411)
Bedroom 2 5.00m (165) x 4.60m (151)
Bedroom 3 5.00m (165) x 3.20m (106)
Bathroom 4.50m (149) x 2.30m (77)
Bedroom 4 4.80m (159) x 3.40m (112)
En-Suite 3.40m (112) x 2.00m (67)
Bedroom 5 6.80m (224) x 3.40m (112)
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.