Would you like to run your business from home? A fantastic opportunity to obtain a period farmhouse residence with Stone Barn ideal for Conversion or Commercial use, along with two cottages ready for conversion with planning permission. An ideal opportunity for potential holiday let.
Beddau Farm is a highly adaptable property and offers an abundance of options both from a residential and commercial angle, with the barn on site in use for long periods previously as a commercial unit for the vendor's business. The property has plenty of further potential for holiday cottage accommodation or two residential semi detached dwellings built on the medieval barn site.
Internally the farmhouse has an entrance lobby, sitting room, bathroom one, study, drawing room, entrance porch and kitchen/dining room to the ground floor, with three double bedrooms and bathroom two to the first floor and a master suite to the second floor with bedroom, en-suite and dressing room. Further character features include, exposed beams throughout, exposed stonework, original open fireplace with feature bread oven and meat hooks.
Located in a prominent Caerphilly location within walking distance of Aber train station, Caerphilly town centre and all it's local amenities. Further within excellent school catchment for both primary and secondary schools, bi-lingual.
History - Dating back to 1642, Beddau Farm is steeped in local history. Formerly known as Martins Farm, Beddau Farm is alleged to have habited the Parliamentarian army in the 1642 civil war. There are further references throughout the property that mark more modern periods in history, with the Taithe Barn's inset cross a mark of redemption for wrongdoers within the Caerphilly parish throughout the 18th century. It was also home to the Martins family well into the early 20th century depicted by photographs within the residence currently.
The Accommodation:- -
1st Entrance Porch - 6'1 x 4'10 - Hardwood front door with inset vision panel. Further two hardwood double glazed windows overlooking the front. Exposed stone white washed walls with skimmed ceiling with feature meat hooks. Concrete laid floor. Radiator. Ledge and brace door opening to drawing room.
Drawing Room - 16'2 x 19'2 (3' x 3') - Fireplace and chimney opening dating back to original with Hunter herald clear vision multi fuel burning stove (recently installed in 2012) housed inset with further inset bread oven also dating back to original circa 1677. Hardwood double glazed picture window overlooking the front garden with stone mantel. Exposed stone white washed walls throughout with original stone floor. Original beams to ceiling. Radiator. Inset storage cupboard housing electrical functions. Door leading to;
Kitchen/ Dining Room - 9'4 x 25' - Modern fitted kitchen currently comprising; range of wall and base units finished in Oak with ornate steel handles. Inset china Belfast sink unit with chrome mixer tap over set into a Beech block work surface with space for a range of utilities; including washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and up and over fridge/freezer. Rangemaster cooker with overhead Rangemaster extractor hood. Inset shower and unit. Hardwood door to rear with inset vision panel to match the front door. Two picture windows overlooking the rear. Tiled splashback with mock Tudor style cladding to walls. Quarry tiled flooring. Blackened beams to ceiling. Radiator. Quarry tiled floor.
Study - 16' x 8' - Opening (currently not in use) for open fire/chimney breast. Hardwood double glazed window overlooking the front. Half skimmed and half pointed stone walls with original stone tiled flooring. Painted beams to ceiling. Radiator.
2nd Entrance Lobby - 4'11 x 5'3 - Accessed via hardwood front door with inset vision panel. Stone tiled floor. Exposed stonework. Space for cloaks and shoes. Door to:
Sitting Room - 14’3” x 14’3” - Wood double glazed window to rear with white washed exposed stonework to all walls. Wood laminate flooring. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe with 3 door run that houses internally mains water and sink unit. Formerly used as a home office.
Bathroom 1 - 3 piece suite in white comprising; wood panelled bath with ornate mixer tap and shower head attachment with overhead electric Triton T80Z shower and shower head in chrome. Pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc. Hardwood double glazed opaque window to front with tiled splash-back. Stone tiled floor to match entrance lobby. Radiator. Inset built in storage cupboard
First Floor -
Landing - Accessed via carpeted spiral staircase dating back to original with white washed stone walls to open through landing, stretching the breadth of the property. Hardwood picture window overlooking the side with skimmed walls set into Tudor beam panelling. Carpet. Painted beams to ceiling. Inset fitted storage cupboard housing 'Ideal Mexico 2', floor mounted gas boiler and timer system. Doors leading to all first floor rooms:-
Bedroom 2 - 12'6 x 11'10 - Good sized double bedroom. Hardwood double glazed picture window overlooking the side. Skimmed walls. Carpet. Painted beams to ceiling. Radiator.
Bedroom 3 - 16'2 x 8'2 - Another good size double bedroom. Hardwood double glazed picture window overlooking the side. Skimmed walls. Carpet. Beamed ceiling. Radiator.
Bedroom 4 - 14'9 (max) x 8'8 (into eaves) - Hardwood double glazed window overlooking front. Skimmed walls. Carpet. A framed beam. Radiator.
Bathroom 2 - Modern white three piece suite with keyhole shaped oversized bath with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower head attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and overhead vanity unit and dual flush low level wc. 2 x tiled walls and 2 x skimmed walls with skimmed ceiling. Feature A frame beam. Further access to loft via hatch. Hardwood opaque double glazed window. Carpet. Radiator.
Second Floor -
Master Suite -
Master Bedroom - 17'2 x 13'1 (into eaves) - Spacious master bedroom with natural light via two double glazed velux windows inset to eaves. Built into a fantastic A frame feature with skimmed walls and ceiling. Carpet. Feature fireplace. Storage to eaves and a further loft hatch. Built in cupboard housing hot water tank and overhead tank. Door to:-
En Suite Bathroom 3 - Fully fitted modern three piece suite with oversized corner shower cubicle with built in modern electric Triton chrome shower and shower head attachment. Hidden cistern dual flush wc and wash hand basin with modern wall to floor mixer tape in chrome. Tiled splash-back. Further arrow slit window. White wood effect laminate flooring. Stainless steel heated towel rail.
Dressing Room - 7'4 x 5'10 (into eaves) - Great space for storage or walk-in wardrobes currently housing two freestanding wardrobes. Skimmed walls and ceiling. Carpet. Natural light via opaque velux window vision panelling and storage to eaves.
Gardens - The gardens wrap around from front to back and are private and secluded to the pavement via a stone built wall surrounding the property. A entrance gate opens out to a lawned front garden with access to front door with private and secluded gardens to rear, mainly laid to patio slabs and marked with a wooden feather edged boundary hedge. There is ample parking to front with gravel laid driveway leading to garage and both barns.
Detached Barn - Barn dating back to 1813 built by John Davies. This was formerly used as a commercial unit for the family run business. Could have an abundance of uses and potential for commercial use. Large 10ft wooden double doors open into large room 26'7 and 19'9 with separate office - 9'8 x 12'. WC housing low level dual flush WC and mains water with chrome sink and drainer.
Stairs up to;
First floor - 36'7 x 16'10
2 hardwood double glazed windows to both gable ends.
Medieval Barn - A former taithe barn currently in a state of disrepair, stone built but roofless. However, has full residential Planning Permission for 2 semi detached 2 bedroom dwellings. 13/0782/NCC & 08/0310/FULL
Barn 1: 22'1" x 17'6".
Barn 2: 26' x 17'9".
Log Store - Detached log store built and pointed stone.
Garage - 25' 10 x 10'11 - Detached garage. Freestanding block built structure with white render and aluminium roof with wooden double doors.
Tenure - We are advised that the property is Freehold. You should, however, obtain verification from your solicitor upon purchase.
Council Tax - Band E
Further Information - The Medieval Barn is a listed building. There is a full residential planning permission 13/0782/NCC & 08/0310/FULL available in the office attached to the Medieval Barn. Please contact us for further information.