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Idyllic barn conversion

 
Created on 06/10/2016 @ 11:58
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Home hunters seeking an idyllic country retreat full of rustic charm are being advised to view an imposing Mid Wales detached barn conversion that has been sympathetically converted and retains many original features.

On the market with agents Halls for £399,950, Penllwyn Barn, Castle Caereinion, Welshpool enjoys an elevated rural location, with glorious views and an abundance of wildlife to appreciate. Apart from a neighbouring farmhouse, the property is surrounded by open fields and woodland, yet the village of Castle Caereinion is within walking distance and Welshpool is just 10 minutes away by car.

Penllwyn Barn offers well laid out accommodation over two floors with a generous hallway, large, farmhouse-style fitted kitchen with French windows to a patio, utility room, lobby, dining room with French windows to the rear garden, three ground floor bedrooms and two shower rooms.

On the first floor there is a feature open plan living room with an array of original beams and timbers, together with a large master bedroom suite with fine views, a dressing area and en-suite bathroom.

The single storey part of the property, which comprises the dining room, bedroom and en-suite shower room, would make ideal annexe accommodation for an elderly relative or teenager.

The property has oil-fired central heating, double glazing, a log burner in the sitting room, private borehole water, private drainage to a septic tank system and a four kilowatt array of solar panels that qualify for the maximum feed in tariff income.

Outside there is a detached garage and workshop, a double carport and a large parking and turning area. The main gardens extend to around half an acre and are totally private, comprising a lawned area, raised patio/sun terrace with glorious views down the valley, a fine selection of mature trees, a lovely stream with a bridge and walkways and a garden shed.

“It is rare that a property with such rustic charm and appeal comes to the market and I strongly recommend an inspection,” said Halls’ director James Evans, manager of the company’s Welshpool office. “The gardens are ideal for children and pets, as they are very private.”

Viewing is by appointment with Halls’ Welshpool office on Tel: 01938 555552.


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