Bigger than it looks from the front this charming two bedroom cottage has plenty of character and a generous rear garden which is divided by a small stream. An ideal first home or holiday cottage it has a wood burning stove, original stone stairs case and no chain. Viewing encouraged.
An attractive stone cottage it has been extended at the rear. On the ground floor is a generous living room which has a feature chimney breast with wood burning stove and still has the original stone winding staircase. Off the living room is the kitchen/breakfast room and ground floor bathroom. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and office/box room.
The rear garden is a real feature of the property. Backing onto farmland it is mainly lawned and divided by a small stream. Enjoying countryside views, it has established borders and is a great place to sit and relax.
Nantygwreiddyn is a small hamlet, conveniently situated on the A40 between Brecon and Sennybridge. Sennybridge has a surgery, several pubs, post office and two petrol stations. The larger town of 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 and 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 ‘D’.