Cwm Golau, Welshpool, SY21


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A delightful, rural small holding with substantial detached, period brick farmhouse, range of adjoining useful outbuildings, and pleasant gardens and grounds extending to approximately 4 acres. Current EPC Rating; E


A delightful, rural small holding with substantial detached, period brick farmhouse, range of adjoining useful outbuildings, and pleasant gardens and grounds extending to approximately 4 acres. The property has a wealth of character with exposed beams, brick built Inglenooks and a Stanley oil fired cooker range, but also has the benefit of oil fired central heating.

The accommodation is spacious, well laid out and comprises Sun Room, which has a useful store room to one end and shower room to the other, Large Kitchen with Stanley range and ample room for large table and chairs, Conservatory providing a pleasant room to sit and admire attractive views over the gardens. The Sitting Room and Dining Room are separated by a chimney breast with central Inglenook. On the first floor are 3 bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Outside the gardens are of particular note, situated primarily to the rear of the property, mainly laid to lawn and providing a lovely, private back drop to the property. There is also the option of creating paddock areas, which are currently planted with trees, and there is a stable block adjacent.

Viewing recommended.


The property is situated on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Llanfair Caereinion which has a range of amenities serving the everyday needs, including banks, post office, library, church/chapels, playgroup, leisure centre as well as highly regarded primary and secondary schools. The larger market towns of Welshpool and Newtown are within a short drive and offer increased shopping and educational facilities, along with good road and rail links.


From Welshpool take the main street (Broad Street) up to the top of the town and proceed to the Raven roundabout. Take the second exit, A458. Proceed for 3.9 miles and then turn left onto B4385 (Castle Caereinion). Proceed down the bank for 0.11 mile and turn right (signposted Llanfair Caereinion). Proceed over the railway line continuing for 1.2 miles. After the sharp right hand bend, on the uphill turn left and follow the road to the end. You will arrive at the property.

If following the 'Sat Nav' just keep going until the end of the road.

The internal accommodation in more detail comprises;

Front Entrance Door leading into


7.631 x 1.569 (25'0 x 5'2 )

With ceramic tiled flooring, windows to front elevation, door to one end leading to storage room, door to the other end leading to shower room


Housing the electrical switch equipment, electric meter, etc, light and power laid on.


With fully tiled shower cubicle with mains electric shower, glazed door, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, carpet as laid, tiling to splash areas, radiator, wall mounted extractor fan.

Door from SUN ROOM to


With staircase off to first floor landing and door to


4.646 x 5.525 max (15'3 x 18'1 max)

With tile effect linoleum flooring, large range of marble effect work surfaces with cupboard and drawer space beneath, single drainer one and half bowl sink unit with hot & cold mixer tap, matching range of eye level storage cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for electric cooker above which is a fitted integral fan and light unit, attractive central Inglenook on a raised hearth housing a Stanley oil fired range cooker which provides for cooking purposes only, windows to front and rear elevations with attractive views to the rear over the gardens, exposed ceiling timbers, under stairs recess area, tiling to splash areas, radiator, lights between base and eye level units, fitted shelving, ample space for a good sized kitchen table. Door through to


3.610 x 2.886 (11'10 x 9'6 )

With carpet as laid, double panelled radiator, exposed brick walling, full length double glazed windows to three elevations with glorious views over the gardens and countryside beyond. An ideal place to view the abundant wildlife.


7.433 x 4.585 max (24'5 x 15'0 max)

With feature central chimney breast with brick Inglenook open to both rooms with quarry tiled hearth and housing cast iron wood burning stove.

The individual rooms comprise;


4.585 x 3.404 (15'0 x 11'2 )

With carpet as laid, windows to rear elevation with attractive views over the gardens, double panelled radiator, ceiling beams, window to front elevation, exposed brick Inglenook with beam over (with rear view of the log burning stove) and accesses either side of the central chimney breast to the sitting room.


4.563 x 3.845 (15'0 x 12'8 )

With carpet as laid, sliding double glazed patio doors to the front garden area, brick Inglenook with beam over with cast iron wood burning stove, ceiling beams, double panelled radiator.

A carpeted staircase with handrail rises from the Inner Lobby to the


With carpet as laid, windows to rear elevation. Door way through to INNER LANDING (with double panelled radiator) and in turn to


4.593 x 3.963 (15'1 x 13'0 )

With double panelled radiator, a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, low level windows to front and rear elevations with attractive views.


3.457 x 2.825 (11'4 x 9'3 )

With carpet as laid, window to front elevation, double panelled radiator.


3.590 x 2.259 ext. to 3.211 (11'9 x 7'5 ex t. to 10'6 )

With carpet as laid, window to front elevation, exposed wall beam, double panelled radiator.


4.623 x 2.131 (15'2 x 7'0 )

With carpet as laid, matching white suite comprising panelled bath with overhead wall mounted power shower and glazed shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, double panelled radiator, full length cupboard forming airing cupboard and built in wardrobe area with slatted shelving for drying purposes, inspection hatch to loft space, exposed beam.


Attached to the near side of the property is a single storey structure comprising a GREENHOUSE (measuring 7.416m x 3.950m) of brick elevation and a sloping timber framed and plastic corrugated panelled roof and front, concrete floor, light and power laid on. An ideal place for growing vines, potting plants or as an additional garden store.

SUMMER HOUSE with the benefit of light and power, as well as television and telephone points.

To the rear of the property a range of single storey brick lean-to buildings with a covered area, concrete floor and open fronted with access door to

GARDEN STORE (measuring 5.396m x 1.544m) with concrete floor, window to front, built-in shelving, water to tap, light laid on.

STORE ROOM 2 (measuring 4.797m x 1.566m) with concrete floor, windows to front elevation, housing the 'Worcester' oil fired central heating boiler.

Large rear LEAN-TO, originally a cow shed (measuring 10.660 x 4.768), of brick elevation under a pitched corrugated iron roof with sliding entrance door, concrete floor, exposed brick walling, light and power laid on, own fuse box, windows to rear elevation. An ideal workshop, store or has great potential for being incorporated into an annexe/further living accommodation.

Timber framed STABLE BLOCK comprising two stables (measuring 3m x 3m each) with concrete floor. The stables are situated adjacent to the paddock enclosures.


The property is accessed off the Council maintained single track roadway which leads to a gated access and in turn to a stoned private driveway across the front of the property. There is a further access which comprises an unclassified road which is recorded as U2414 on the list of streets that are highways maintainable at the public expense. Further information is available from the Selling Agents.

The gardens are of particular note, surround the property on all sides, divided into various sections and comprise lawned areas, woodland areas, streams running along either side of the property, natural pond providing a natural water supply to the side together with a constructed pond to the front of the property and a wealth of shrubs, plants and ornamental trees. The gardens are surrounded by mature native and non-native trees. The grounds would be of particular appeal to gardening enthusiasts.

There are three fenced paddocks, that the vendor has planted with trees, but these have the potential to be converted back to pasture paddocks. Two of the paddocks have the benefit of a fresh natural water supply to a working trough

Oil tank situated to the front of the property.


Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage to a septic tank system and oil fired central heating are understood to be connected. None of these services have been tested.


Powys County Council, Neuadd Maldwyn, Severn Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7AS.

Telephone: (01938) 552 828


The property is in band 'F'.


Strictly by appointment only with the selling agents Halls, Old Coach Chambers, 1 Church Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7LH. Tel No: 01938 555552 Fax :01938 554891. Email:


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Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

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