**DRONE VIDEO AVAILABLE**
Attractive Livestock / Amenity Farm in a private location with panoramic views.
Comfortable modernised Welsh Farmhouse, range of vernacular stone and slate
outbuildings, with potential for conversion, (subject to PC) French barn, two modern outbuildings, 109.24 acres (or thereabouts) of pasture land and an area of broadleaved woodland.
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Troedrhiwfach comprises a picturesque Welsh livestock farm with a traditional dormer style stone/slate Farmhouse, attractive ranges of vernacular stone/slate outbuildings and modern clear span buildings.
The farmland lies level or gently sloping surrounding the farmstead rising more steeply to the southern boundary. There is an attractive area of broadleaved woodland and the western boundary adjoins the Ceiros stream; with natural woodland to the streamside corridor.
Entrance Porch | Lobby | Kitchen | Sitting Room | Inner Hallway | Utility Room | Bathroom | Landing |
3 Bedrooms | Box Room
Barn | Stable | Cowsheds | Lean-to Calves Cot | Lean-to Tool Shed | Open Fronted Garage | French Barn | Lean-to Cattle Shed | Modern Sheep In-Wintering Shed | Dutch Barn
Troedrhiwfach is situated just out of the picturesque Irfon Valley fronting the Ceiros stream on the northern edge of the Eppynt Hills. It is ½ mile from the village of Llangammarch Wells, at the end of a no through road. It is 8½ miles from the market town of Builth Wells which has the usual shopping facilities, secondary school, theatre and sporting facilities. There is a primary school at Garth 2 miles away. Llangammarch Wells has a railway station on the Mid Wales line linking to Shrewsbury and Swansea.
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