A thoughtfully refurbished property, set in a delightful, quiet village location and rebuilt using sound ecological principles.
The property has wonderful character throughout and should be viewed to be fully appreciated. It has been built on ecological principles with strong durable materials to better serve current and future generations. It has been very well maintained with high quality fixtures and fittings used throughout. With its eco-credentials, the property lends itself to being cost effective. The large, 10.5 square metre solar panels on the South-East facing roof, supply enough energy to heat the entire property for around two thirds of the year. The water recovery system also harnesses the power of nature to utilise rainfall and, hence, reduce water charges. Subject to necessary permissions, the property could be converted into single or multiple unit holiday let accommodation. It lends itself just as well to modern and traditional family living styles.
The property is located in the small village of Myddfai, nestled in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Opposite sits the wonderful thirteenth century parish chuch of Sant Fihangel. Its circular churchyard and enormous yew tree indicates a pre-Christian settlement. The picturesque mountains are visible from the rear aspect of the property.