Pant Glas is a listed country property, a longhouse in the traditional sense, which has Medieval origins and is located in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. The house has a slate roof, dramatic chimney stacks, and a painted stone exterior.
Inside the house is extremely attractive, with an inglenook fireplace in the dining room, while the drawing room – originally two rooms – is now a generous reception room with two fireplaces, one with a wood-burning stove. Upstairs on the first and second floors are six bedrooms, including the master suite.
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Accommodation in total comprises: hall, drawing room, dining room, study, kitchen and cellar, plus six bedrooms, three bathrooms and very useful (and pretty) outbuildings.
Outside is a courtyard of traditional barns and a pretty two bedroom cottage. The gardens are partly formal, with charming terracing and walling and lawns to the south side of the house. To one side is a south-facing paddock and below the garden is a young plantation of woodland. The grounds come to around 4.2 acres.
Pant Glas is situated eight miles from Brecon in the Brecon Beacons National Park; Hereford is 45 miles.
The guide price is £745,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273 087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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