Llandefalle, Llandefalle, Brecon, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A superb three bedroom residence nestled in the heart of the Breconshire countryside. Enjoying far reaching and panoramic views of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Beautifully presented accommodation retaining a host of character features. Surrounded by 2.53 acres of pony paddocks, lawned gardens, a superb range of outbuildings and a former derelict farmhouse. Hill Grazing Rights onto the adjoining Llangoed Common


Ysgubornewydd is a truly charming property nestled in the heart of the Breconshire countryside with private access provided immediately from a council-maintained road off the Llangoed Common. Ysgubornewydd is approached via its own private drive and comprises a beautifully presented three bedroom residence and benefits from the most terrific and panoramic views of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons mountain range.

Ysgubornewydd has the benefit of a large traditionally constructed stone barn and the remains of the former farmhouse. The property is surrounded by beautiful lawned gardens and 2.53 acres which is separated into paddocks and includes a beautiful pond area.

Ysgubornewydd offers the true essence of tranquility and would make a wonderful family home, holiday retreat or equestrian premises with the associated benefit of the outriding on the adjoining Common.


The nearest village of Llyswen is only a short distance away and the larger market town of Brecon is only a ten minute drive. Llyswen is a popular village set in the Wye Valley equidistant between Hay-on-Wye and Brecon. It offers good basic amenities in the form of two public houses, a new village primary school, village shop & filling station plus other smaller amenities. More comprehensive facilities can be found in the regional towns of Brecon, Hay-on-Wye and Builth Wells where there is a choice of supermarkets, convenience stores and general amenities. Brecon offers a leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema etc.


The property offers generous accommodation and was converted approximately 25 years ago. This barn conversion has been sympathetically converted retaining its original character with exposed oak beams a particular feature throughout. The property offers a large and beautiful lounge area, with stone surround fireplace, and a large kitchen/diner area that makes use of the superb views that surround the property.

The property has the benefit of a conservatory that adjoins the kitchen area and makes an ideal breakfast room taking advantage of the spectacular views.

On the first floor the accommodation is well presented and spacious with the master bedroom having the benefit of a large veranda with space for a seating area that again looks over the stunning countryside.

Briefly the accommodation comprises the following:


5.37m x 3.86m (17'7 x 12'8 )

Dining Area

4.78m x 1.82m (15'8 x 6'0 )

Leading into Conservatory


2.66m x 2.49m (8'9 x 8'2 )

Sitting Room

5.38m x 8.05m (17'8 x 26'5 )

Rear Hall

1.97m x 4.23m (6'6 x 13'11 )

Shower Room

2.20m x 2.37m (7'3 x 7'9 )

Master Bedroom

5.36m x 3.81m (17'7 x 12'6 )

With Balcony 1.72m x 5.10m

Bedroom Two

2.44m x 4.11m (8'0 x 13'6 )

Bedroom Three

5.38m x 3.42m (17'8 x 11'3 )


There is an extensive range of outbuildings to include a large traditional stone constructed barn which adjoins the former farmhouse. The former farmhouse is quite a feature of the property and whilst derelict, the external walls, chimneys and roofline are clearly visible. Approximately 20 years ago the property did have the benefit of Planning Permission to be converted into a holiday let however this permission has now lapsed. These buildings provide an exciting opportunity and terrific potential to be converted into a range of uses.

The land surrounds the property on all sides and is split into convenient paddocks with the benefit of a large pond area which provides a beautiful and tranquil area on the property.

Briefly the buildings provide the following:

Large Traditional Stone Barn 5.57m x 5.70m with slab/soil floor and oak beams

Adjoining Stone Lean to 2.0m x 3.65m

Adjoining Wood Stone Store 4.56m x 2.49m

Old House 8.95m x 8.31m

Old Out House/Tybach 1.56m x 1.39m

Stables/Sheep Shed 5.19m x 8.02m + 5.43m x 1.25m Old Cow Shed

Hill Grazing Rights

The property benefits from Hill Grazing Rights on the adjoining common.


Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Council Tax Band

Powys County Council Band G .


Mains electricity. Private water and private drainage, Oil Fired central heating.


Directions will be provided when a viewing is arranged.

Contact Details

Viewing by appointment through sole selling agents Sunderlands:

Hay-on-Wye Branch

3 Pavement House, The Pavement,

Hay on Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5BU

Tel: 01497 822522

Email: hay@sunderlands.co.uk

Office opening hours:

Mon-Fri 9.00-5.00pm Sat 9.00-1.00pm

Out of hours contact:

Matthew Nicholls: 07811 521 267

Harry Aldrich-Blake: 07717 410757

None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.

Sunderlands are a member of the Ombudsman for Estate Agents Scheme and therefore adhere to their Code of Practise. A copy of the Code of Practise is available on request.

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Sunderlands & Thompsons Hay on Wye

3 Pavement House, The Pavement, Hay On Wye, HR3 5BU

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