A unique, three bedroom flat tucked away but within walking distance of the town centre. Grade II listed it is a charming property which would make an ideal first time buy or holiday home. It has a living room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom and enclosed garden and courtyard.
This unique, Grade II listed flat is an ideal first time buy or holiday home. On the ground floor there is a living room which has exposed beams and a stove. There is also a kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs are three bedrooms which enjoy high ceilings and a bathroom. The property also has an enclosed garden which is laid mainly to lawn with a variety of shrub and flower borders. There is also a cobbled court yard and storage sheds. The neighbouring properties have a right of way through the garden.
The property is leasehold with a 125 year lease from the 1st January 1987. The ground rent is £50 for first 33 years of the term, rising to £100 for the next 33 years and £150 for the remainder. An annual service cost of 20% of repairs and insurance of the whole building as set out in Schedule 4 and 5 of the lease.
Boleyn House is tucked away from the main road but within walking distance of the town centre. Brecon is a traditional market town, the centre of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by wonderful countryside it has a wide range of shops and amenities which include a cinema, theatre, leisure centre, library and golf course. It also has several good primary schools, a secondary school, college of further education and Christ College a private boarding school for boys and girls aged 7-18. With good access links Cardiff, Swansea and Hereford are all an hour’s drive and the nearest train station is in Abergavenny which is 20 miles away.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘C’.