Clyro Radnorshire

This stone house, which probably originates from the mid C17 or even earlier, is mentioned in the diary of Rev Francis Kilvert. It stands high above the Wye Valley, and has panoramic views of the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons.

It was in a poor state when the first works were done some 20 years ago. These included remodelling and replacement of all services, and the addition of a substantial western extension to echo the eastern gable. The new extension, designed and built in the early 1990s, consists of a large reception room on the ground floor, and a double bedroom, dressing room and bathroom on the first floor.

The current owners have transformed the original scheme to another level altogether, making this a really fine house set in beautiful gardens.

Exterior photographs of the completed scheme courtesy Iain Aitken

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