A part converted chapel set over three floors. With lots of potential to become a unique home it has features such as arched windows and parking. Situated off the main road in the village of Trecastle viewing is highly recommended.
The chapel was built in 1850 and rebuilt in 1914 in a classical style. Planning permission for change of use from a redundant chapel into a dwelling including the creation of a new vehicular access was granted on the 4th March 1997. Some conversion work has already taken place but still offers lots of potential to create a unique home.
Situated on a side road in the village of Trecastle. Trecastle is roughly halfway between Brecon and Llandovery and had long been an important stopping post for stage coaches where the travellers could rest in the local inn and the horses could be fed and watered. Today, it still has a lovely community spirit and is popular with both families, second home owners and holiday makers. Surrounded by beautiful countryside there are countless wonderful walks on your doorstep and the area is particularly popular for outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking, climbing, canoeing and horse riding.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘TBC’.
Services: Services TBC.
Tenure: Leasehold- 999 years from 1849.