Property: This detached stone farmhouse is full of character and set in an elevated position in the rolling hills with fabulous countryside views. The majority of the grounds are to the front of the property with large parking area to the side and sweeping across…
Character features including exposed beams & stonework
Oil Fired Heating
Private water supply and drainage
Gated parking area
This detached stone farmhouse is full of character and set in an elevated position in the rolling hills with fabulous countryside views. The majority of the grounds are to the front of the property with large parking area to the side and sweeping across the front. Internally all the rooms are spacious and packed with character to include stonework, exposed beams and fireplaces.
Ty Garth Bowen is situated less than 2 miles from the small town of Llanwrtyd Wells. Although thought to be the smallest town in Britain, with a population of approximately 600, Llanwrtyd Wells has much to offer boths residents and visitors. The surrounding countryside includes rugged mountains, quiet country lanes and peaceful riverside paths and as such is extremely popular with walking, mountain biking, fishing, watersports, bird watching and riding enthusiasts. A diverse selection of events are held each year, including the Mountain Bike Marathon, Man vs. Horse Contest, Mid Wales Beer Festival and the famous World Bog Snorkelling Championships, which have attracted national media coverage. The town itself offers a good range of amenities including pubs, a Spar store, petrol station/garage, primary school, doctors surgery and train station on the scenic Heart of Wales line from Shrewsbury to Swansea. Its convenient location on the A483 offers good road access to the larger market towns of Builth Wells and Llandovery and beyond.
The house is approached via a single track leading up to a metal gate. The grounds are enclosed by fencing to all sides with a five bar gate opening into the private drive and parking area. This drive continues along the front of the property to the garage area at the far end with an additional driveway beyond that. The gardens slope down at the front of the property adjacent to fields and the oil tank is located to the rear of the property.
Oil central heating, private water supply from a well and private drainage. Mains electricity connected.
Detached stone house packed with character in elevated position with fabulous countryside views. Benefits from substantial garage and extended kitchen