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£650,000

Rhandirmwyn, Llandovery, SA20

  • 4 beds
Cottage
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£650,000

  • 4 beds
Cottage
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A superb country property nestling in the upper reaches of the Towy valley with a scenic back drop against the Cambrian mountains, and set on the edge of a pretty hamlet style setting.
A Grade II Listed former corn mill with adjoining refurbished 4 bedroomed former millers cottage, sympathetically refurbished, the whole set in approximately 20 acres.
The property is also complemented by useful range of adaptable outbuildings including an external office/studio with adjoining stables together with external shower room/kitchen, stone outbuilding and modern open fronted 80' stable range, menage and level lands, bordered by the river Towy.

LOCATION

The property is superbly located nestling in the upper reaches of the Towy valley approximately 1 mile from the iconic and historic village of Rhandirmwyn, having a scenic back drop towards the Cambrian mountains behind it. The historic village of Rhandirmwyn serves a large mainly rural community and is affectionately know as being in the heart of the red kite territory, and also home to a red squirrel population. The property is 7 miles north of the Towy valley and market town of Llandovery and some 3 miles south of the source of the river Towy and Llyn Brianne, an area renowned for its natural beauty. The property is located approximately 17 miles east of Lampeter, some 20 miles west of Builth Wells. Being bordered by the river Towy provides a pretty setting and one certainly for inspection at an early date.

DECRIPTION

Nant y Bai Mill is steeped in local history being a working Corn Mill and being Grade II Listed, as a well preserved corn mill and millers house especially notable for its early origins and as containing a remarkably complete set of machinery including a very well preserved corn drying mill. The house has been sympathetically refurbished to provide attractive and characterful accommodation having the benefit of oil fired central heating. The property provides more particularly the following -

SIDE ENTRANCE DOOR to

KITCHEN

5.61m x 3.15m (18'5 x 10'4 )

with quarry tile floor, base and wall units incorporating sink unit

LOBBY

with storage cupboard off

LIVING ROOM

5.28m x 4.88m (17'4 x 16')

With impressive inglenook fireplace incorporating wood burning stove on a slate hearth, red and black quarry tiled floor, beamed ceilings, under-stairs storage area, front entrance door, attractive staircase to first floor.

SITTING/DINING ROOM

5.33m x 3.25m (17'6 x 10'8 )

with fireplace having wood burning stove

FIRST FLOOR - REAR LANDING

The upstairs accommodation has attractive original latch and brace doors.

BATHROOM

Having bath with shower unit over, tiled surround, wash hand basin, toilet

BEDROOM 1

3.43m x 2.46m (11'3 x 8'1 )

Radiator

BEDROOM 2

2.46m x 1.93m (8'1 x 6'4 )

Radiator

BEDROOM 3

2.01m x 3.18m (6'7 x 10'5 )

Recessed area housing copper cylinder, radiator

BEDROOM 4

3.23m x 2.69m (10'7 x 8'10 )

Radiator

MILL

Adjoining the original millers house Is a well preserved mill building of stone and slate construction being 30' x 18' overall incorporating integral workshop. The main mill area has an original cobbled floor with believed to be the majority of the original machinery still in situ including a feature well preserved original corn drying kiln and arranged over 3 storeys.

EXTERNALLY

Set away from the house is a useful stone and slate Barn 24' x 16' in our opinion with conversion potential, with a further adaptable stable range currnetly with tow stable boxes and open fronted Barn/Garage.

EXTERNAL OFFCIE/STUDIO

4.60m x 3.00m (15'1 x 9'10)

Adjoining the stable range there is a useful self contained office/studio being well insulated and suiting a host of uses and even a glamping pod with the adjacent kitchen/shower room with W.C.This has been constructed to provide insulated accommodation with open vaulted tongue and groove ceiling and attractive views.

GROUNDS

To the front of the main house is a Menage with all weather surface and set slightly away from this is a useful stable barn 80' x 20' overall divided into 6 loose boxes, being an open fronted barn overlooking the lands. It is the vendors opinion that there is considerable potential to create a glamping site in this area.Set away form the farmhouse is an enclosed garden area where the vendor has imported topsoil to create a vegetable garden.

THE LANDS

The lands, as identified by the enclosed plan. are all level, slightly undulating being river Towy meadows, divided into good sized enclosures together with the lower meadow having extensive frontage to the river Towy, being a particularly pretty feature. There is a further area of land which has had stock excluded from it and left to become a habitat area,

PLEASE NOTE

There is identification of historic lead contamination on parts of the land that could affect its use. Advice has been provide from APHA in relation to the management use of the land and that the land is not used for food production without necessary withdrawal periods. Further details are available on request.

SERVICES

We are informed the property benefits from connection to mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired central heating.

AGENTS COMMENTS

A particularly attractive country property steeped in local history with the Mill originally thought to have connections to medieval origins as a Grange to Strata Florida Abbey since at least 1202. There is a reference to a mill being on site as early as 1512. A rare opportunity for a potential purchaser to acquire a unique country property especially with those having interests in the mill, being a well preserved example together with potential for further recreational uses on site. In our opinion the property would make a fantastic glamping/camping site due to its location.

COUNCIL TAX BAND

Council tax band E - amount payable for the 2022/3 year is ?2114

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