In an attractive position in the village of Llangynidr, is this three-bedroom semi-detached cottage. With no onward chain, the property has a delightful garden with potential for parking and also has had planning permission to extend granted.
Inside the cottage, a small entrance lobby leads to a spacious living/dining room which has an original solid fuel stove, original cooker and a large understairs cupboard. Also on the ground floor is the kitchen and shower room. The kitchen has plumbing for a washing machine, eye level oven, hob with extractor over and a door to the garden. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a WC.
Outside is a comfortable garden to the front, side and rear. Mainly lawned, it has an attractive stone wall, views, decked area and storage shed. At the front are double gates and could be used to provide off road parking.
In 2012, planning permission was granted to extend the cottage to the side; creating a large kitchen/diner, utility room, fourth bedroom and a first-floor bathroom.
Situated on Duffryn Road which is in the heart of the village, Llangynidr is a popular village inside the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by wonderful countryside, it has a primary school, village hall, several pubs, village store with a post office and a small garage/petrol station which are all within a short walk from the cottage.
Enjoying plenty to see and lots to do on the doorstep, Llangynidr is only 5 miles from Crickhowell; recently voted Britain’s Best High Street. The larger towns of Brecon & Abergavenny are both approximately 10 miles away and have a range of shops and amenities; Abergavenny also has a train station.
We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘E’.