Victorian splendour in the famous Brecon Beacons National Park
A magnificent Grade II Listed country residence, believed to have been designed by the Victorian architect John Loughborough Pearson in 1870 offering extensive and beautifully appointed accommodation.
The house has been comprehensively refurbished to an exacting standard, yet retaining considerable charm and character. It sits in well tended grounds of about 7 acres including a tennis court and paddock, and affords breathtaking views over the surrounding farmland and forestry.
Within the grounds there is a detached coach house with stabling at ground floor level, and the living accommodation occupying the first floor. Adjacent is a detached 1 bedroom cottage annexe with views to the hills that is currently used as a holiday let. A unique feature of this grand Country House is that despite its superb rural setting it also enjoys the benefit of being within walking distance to the ever popular historic town of Crickhowell.
Please see the brochure on the Savills website for further information or contact us to send you a copy. (Photographs taken in 2013).
A rare opportunity to acquire one of the finest houses in the area.Daniel Rees