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for sale £ppo720,000
Poesnant Farm
SY20 8JY
Grade II
3 Bedrooms
Unique character sympathetically renovated

Reference: 020493

  • Stunning 11 Acre Country Retreat
  • Overlooking the Dyfi Valley
  • Unique character sympathetically renovated
  • Character Stone buildings 3000 sq ft
  • Grade II Listed Farmhouse
  • 3 Receptions
  • 2 Ensuites
  • 3 double bedrooms and further attic rooms
  • Outbuildings suitable for conversion e.g Tourism subject to planning

Dyfi Valley Country Retreat! Poesnant is a 11 Acre small holding. Substantial stone and slate 18th century GRADE II Listed 3/5 bed roomed farmhouse, some 2200 sq ft over 3 floors commanding a slightly elevated position overlooking outstanding scenery. Sympathetically renovated, you are bound to fall in love as there is a plethora of character in every direction: sash windows, inglenook and rustic fireplaces, slate flag floors, original latched doors, vaulted and oak beamed ceilings, oak studwork, handmade kitchen. The accommodation includes a unique feature vestibule with toilet, 2 character living rooms, kitchen sympathetically fitted, 2 En Suite Bathrooms, 3 double bedrooms and attic providing a blank canvas potential for 2 further bedrooms. Adjoining the farmhouse are a range of stunning stone and slate listed outbuildings extending to 3000 sq ft offering potential for conversion to alternative uses (subject to planning permission). Poesnant is conveniently located 6 miles from Machynlleth, just outside the village of Cemmaes Road, 24 miles from Aberystwyth and 23 miles from Newtown. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Situation & Location
5 miles east of popular Mid Wales market town of Machynlleth, within 15 miles of Aberdyfi on the Cardigan Bay coastline and approximately 23 miles north of the University town of Aberystwyth. The village of Cemmaes is 1 mile to the northeast. Cemmaes Road lies at the junction of the major A470 and A489 roads. The historic Mathafarn Hall is less than 1⁄2 mile north-west of Cemmaes Road. Ysgol Glantwymyn primary school is located in the village.Directions
Take the A489 road to Newtown from Machynlleth. Proceed through the village of Penegoes and pass the turning for Abercegir. After the Abercegir turning continue for approximately 1 mile. The drive down to Poesnant adjoins a small layby on the left hand side, denoted by a small name sign. Poesnant is located at the drives bottom.
Should you be approaching from Cemmaes Road/Glantwtmyn direction, the layby is to your right 300m after the turn to LLanwrin.Construction
Solid stone and boulder construction with slated roof thought to date back to 18th Century. This is a stunning country property which oozes character painstakingly restored using sympathetic fittings. Original sash paned windows tp the front elevation. There are two inglenook fireplaces plus bread ovens, slate flag floors, original doors and latches, oak beamed ceilings and ceilings. There is some insulation to parts of the property.GROUND FLOOR

Feature Vestibule – 16’0″ (4.88m) x 11’8″ (3.56m)
A stunning room with bespoke entrance archway and recessed double one-time chapel entrance doors, opening to the vaulted ceiling with rustic exposed rafters which hangs a magnificent Cromwellian chandelier, slate flag floors. Three steel framed windows supplying natural light. Measurements are approximate and it adjoins the out building at a right angular so irregularly shaped. This room incorporates:

Cloakroom Toilet suite
behind the one time vestry door with white toilet w.c., heater.

Lounge – 19’0″ (5.79m) x 11’8″ (3.56m)
With a bespoke entrance door and a feature fireplace having wood burning stove, slate hearthstone and mantelpiece resting upon pillars of sandstone. Windows to both front and rear elevation.

Living Room – 19’1″ (5.82m) x 11’7″ (3.53m)
Inglenook fireplace with beam over, woodburner, beamed ceiling, windows to front and rear elevation.

Open Lobby
with secondary front door and stairs to first floor.

Larder/ Store Room – 8’10” (2.69m) x 5’7″ (1.7m)
Water purifier, filter and slate flag floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room – 19’8″ (5.99m) x 13’0″ (3.96m)
Inglenook fireplace with traditional lined bread oven, Villager wood burner again slate flagstone floored. Fitted base unit with solid oak draining board. Solid wood shelving units and a Belfast sink. Beamed ceiling having hooks for hams. Economy seven electricity meter. Dual aspect fenestration and slate topped oak island.


With stairs to attic space.

Bedroom One – 11’11” (3.63m) x 13’11” (4.24m)
with rustic fireplace, exposed studwork, sash window to front elevation.

En Suite Shower Room
with beams and a large shower cubicle that boasts both a rainwater head and a hand shower attachment. Chrome plated towel rail and rear window

Bedroom Two – 19’0″ (5.79m) x 11’7″ (3.53m)
large double built-in cupboard, beamed ceiling, exposed studwork, windows to front and rear aspects. Door to Bedroom 3 as well as door to:

En Suite Bathroom – 9’5″ (2.87m) x 6’11” (2.11m)
Beamed Ceiling. White suite with Panelled bath, wash basin with mosaic tiled splashbacks WC, airing cupboard housing a sizeable hot water cylinde rin order to take advanatage of the economy 7 tariff.

Bedroom Three – 19’0″ (5.79m) x 13’0″ (3.96m)
with vaulted and exposed purlins, feature stone wall and stone chimney breast incorporating a full length shelf. Windows to front and rear elevation.

ATTIC FLOOR Formerly servants` quarters.

Attic area One – 16’2″ (4.93m) x 12’6″ (3.81m)
With sloping ceilings, partitions, boarded floor and roof lights. Suitable for conversion into further bedrooms

Attic room two – 12’6″ (3.81m) x 13’0″ (3.96m)


Immediate Grounds
Hardcore and pillared drive with parking area for several vehicles. Immediate fore court with low stone walls. Spacious lawned grounds fenced off from the pastures. Grounds further comprising steps, walkways, vegetable garden. orchard, shrubs and herbaceous borders.

The land and farmhouse is all accessed by a roadway off the main road which is shared with the occupiers of the neighbouring bungalow and a local farmer to access separate land. Included with the property is approximately 11 acres of pasture land divided into to two parcels and is intersected by the Shrewbury/ Aberystwyth train line. The owners benefit from their own pedestrian crossing. The parcel of land adjoining the house is partly currently rough grazing, gently sloping and wet in nature at the bottom. The top parcel on the other side of the railway, easily accessible to tractors from the track down, has good deep soil that could be described as horticultural in potential. This field also incorporates a newly planted woodland of indigenous species running parallel to the A489 and will afford even greater privacy in the years to come.

Sound and suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning including commercial. Tourism or residential conversion.

Solid Stone Garden Tool Shed – 17’1″ (5.21m) x 8’3″ (2.51m)
with corrugated pitch fibre roof and solid stone. Formerly pigsties. Also houses the pressure vessel associated with the borehole water supply

Attached Outbuilding at rightangle. – 75’6″ (23.01m) x 22’2″ (6.76m)
(external dimensions) very impressive timber framed, stone and slated with ancient timber trusses currently providing storage and garaging space. Concrete floor. Dormer window with boarded loft with external stairs access. Quaint cobbled-floored stable to the far end.

Detached Outbuilding – 64’8″ (19.71m) x 20’2″ (6.15m)
(external dimensions) ) timber framed, stone and metal sheeted now used as the wood store, fodder store and a former cowshed with cobbled floor. Timber doors to front & rear.

Mains Electricity. Private Water by Borehole Supply. Private Drainage. Council Tax band F.

for sale £720,000
Poesnant Farm
SY20 8JY
Grade II
3 Bedrooms
Unique character sympathetically renovated

Reference: 020493


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