Dol-Y-Gaer is a historically important Jacobean house dating back to the 17th century. The property provides well-proportioned accommodation with a very great deal of character: inglenook fireplaces feature in the reception rooms while sash windows, beams and panelled wood doors also add to the charm. The large kitchen has a traditional farmhouse feel and has an oil-fired Aga.
The first floor has five good-sized bedrooms, all with far-reaching views and the second floor has been partly renovated to provide extra accommodation.
Accommodation in total comprises: entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, family room, kitchen, larder, cloakroom and six bedrooms plus two bathrooms.
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Outside the land comes to around five acres and the gardens consist of lawns interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and flower beds. A small stream borders one side of the garden and a kissing gate leads out to the pond and paddock area to the front of the house.
Dol-Y-Gaer sits just outside the small Welsh town of Langammarch Wells in Powys. The town lies on the River Irfon and is the smallest of the spa towns of mid-Wales. The surrounding area has some of the loveliest countryside in Wales and offers a range of country pursuits.
The guide price is £525,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273 087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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