Grade II Listed country house with adjoining Coach House dating from 1820 with Regency elevations surrounded by farmland close to Hay on Wye.
Oakfield enjoys a slightly elevated secluded position surrounded by farmland with views across the Wye Valley less than a mile south of the famous Book Town of Hay on Wye, which has attracted a very cosmopolitan population drawn by the charm of the historic town built around a Norman Castle. The annual Literary Festival in Spring draws in artists and visitors both national and international a number of whom visit regularly and eventually buy a home in the area. The town and Black Mountains to the south are within the Brecon Beacons National Park an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Within the town there is a wide selection of traditional shops, public houses and cafes and restaurants as well as a Fitness Gym, Yoga Studios, small cinema, regular music events to suit all tastes and many clubs and groups of like-minded people.
There is a railway station at Hereford about 20 miles east, which provides the facilities of a small provincial city and Cardiff is about 60 miles south.
Oakfield is a fine Grade II Listed house c1820, which was described in 1842 as â€œthe substantial modern mansionâ€ of Henry Allen Junior, with 2-storey Regency elevations. There are a number interesting internal features including a curved and cantilevered staircase, Regency fireplaces and an Adamesque ceiling in the dining room.