Handsome former Rectory & adjacent barn conversion set in about 6 acres, enjoying an idyllic location with far reaching views
Bromihangel is a handsome former Rectory thought to date 1899 (inscribed on a roof timber) that sits alongside a character barn conversion (Ysgubor Isaf) dating back c.2000, that offers generous accommodation space. The property is perfect for those desiring a spacious character period home in the countryside together with additional accommodation for family or for income generating potential. Set in about 6 acres.
Accommodation Main House
The front entrance leads into the vestibule with double part stained glass leaded doors that opens into the welcoming reception hall with impressive mosaic tiled floor and dado rail. Doors lead off the hall to the principal reception rooms. On the left is the sitting room with a dressed stone fireplace, picture rail and corniced ceiling. On the right is the dining room with an open stone fireplace with slate hearth, timber lintel and inset multi fuel stove with back boiler, picture rail and corniced ceiling. Further along the hall on the left is the drawing room with an open fireplace with slate hearth, lintel beam and inset oil fired cast iron stove, picture rail and corniced ceiling. Opposite is the entrance to the generous kitchen breakfast room with ceramic tiled flooring, electric underfloor heating, original open brick and slate fireplace with tiled hearth, lintel beam and inset multi fuel stove with back boiler. The kitchen is fitted with bespoke Sheraton units, 1½ bowl single drainer stainless steel sink, integral fridge, freezer and dishwasher, tiled recess housing Britannia cooking range with double electric oven, electric barbeque and four ring gas hob, extractor hood over, dresser and original ceiling hooks. In the kitchen there are fully working servant's bells from the three main reception rooms. A door leads off to the utility room with tiled floor, twin bowl double drainer stainless steel sink, oil fired condensing boiler (providing domestic hot water and central heating), installed washing machine and tumble dryer, cupboard housing water control panel. At the end of the hall is a bright conservatory with glazed panel door to garden and mosaic tiled flooring and an adjacent cloakroom with WC and wash basin. From the main hall there is a door and staircase down to a useful arched cellar.
A fine staircase with pine balustrade and handrail rises up from the reception hall to the first floor accommodation. This floor boasts 5 generous size bedrooms, 4 of which have ensuite shower rooms while the 5th is adjacent to a bathroom. Stairs continue to the second floor accommodation that includes a studio/bedroom with feature walk in Dormer window, spectacular countryside views and exposed A frames. Adjacent is study/attic room with walk in Dormer window, exposed A frames and door to an extensive loft. These rooms share the use of a shower room.
This conversion was designed to provide two separate units but has been used as one. It enjoys the use of its own separate entrance drive. The main entrance leads into a reception hall. A door on the left leads into the sitting room with four original Lancet windows with stone relief, double glazed panel doors to main conservatory and a second conservatory that in turn both overlook and open out onto the garden. The kitchen lies adjacent to the sitting room with pine cupboards, 1 ¼ bowl single drainer stainless steel sink, dishwasher, electric oven with four ring ceramic hob and extractor hood. Separate fitted laundry room, with washing machine & tumble drier. 3 bedrooms can be found in the barn conversion (one ensuite) together with a separate shower room. There is an external timber staircase leading to a first floor attic room with exposed A frames, storeroom, workshop. This floor has conversion potential for further accommodation - subject to any necessary planning consent.
The main residence features electric gates leading to a gravel forecourt which is surrounded by some magnificent mature pine trees. From the forecourt the drive sweeps around to the side and rear of the residence. There are extensive southwest formal lawns with circular shrubbery and rose beds. Within this area there is a striking octagonal gazebo of green oak frame construction, oak flooring and pine ceiling, light, power and electrical heating. The separate drive leading to the barn conversion leads to a large gravel car park. In one corner is a raised paved sun terrace corner with an attractive ornamental pond and adjacent there is a greenhouse (Hartley Botanic) with power and water supply. Situated on the opposite side of the lane there is a productive kitchen garden, block built garden shed and gently sloping pasture paddock. In all, the property extends to about 6.39 acres (stms - subject to measured survey).
Two private rural properties (5-6 bedroom house & 3 bedroom barn conversion) set in about 6 acres with fine views.Daniel Rees