Defynnog, Brecon - £375,000

bedrooms 6 baths 3 receptions 2

A wonderful, period property packed with features. It has two large reception rooms, a kitchen/diner, utility, six bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and en-suite. It also has a garage and pretty terraced garden.

Key Features

  • Wonderful period property
  • Six bedrooms
  • Packed with character and features
  • Two large reception rooms
  • kitchen/diner
  • Garage and wood store
  • Terraced rear garden
  • Utility Room & WC
  • Bathroom, shower room and en-suite
  • Village location
  • Surrounded by glorious countryside
  • Ideal for someone working from home or B&B

The property dates back to 1506 and was the former coaching inn for the village. Full of character, the property has two large reception rooms, a kitchen/diner, utility and cloakroom, cellar, six bedrooms, a bathroom, shower room and en-suite.

Features include exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. The garden is private and terraced with stone retaining walls, winding paths, herbaceous, shrub and flower borders, lawned and patio areas. To the side of the house is a covered wood/storage area and garage. Ty Glan Yr Afon offers spacious accommodation and would be great for someone working from home or wanting to run a B&B.

Defynnog is a small village with two pubs and is situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Surrounded by stunning countryside there are plenty of wonderful walks on your doorstep. The area is also very popular with other outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking, climbing horse riding and canoeing. The larger village of Sennybridge is only one mile away where there is a Primary School, doctors’ surgery, post office, pubs, village shop and two petrol stations. Brecon is then nine miles away.

Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘F’.

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