Situated just off the town centre, Havard House is a substantial, Grade II* listed property with lots of original features and character. Currently used as a convent and formerly a school it has flexible accommodation and has lots of potential to be used for other ventures.
Used as a Convent and School since the 1940’s, Havard House is now ready for the next chapter in its life, which subject to planning could be an interesting read.
Dating back to the 17th Century, it was originally a town house which was modified in the 18th Century and is now Grade II* Listed with some wonderful features inside. Mostly spread over two floors with a useful attic and cellar as well, it has spacious accommodation, wooden panelled walls, fireplaces, wooden floors, telephone rooms, laundry room and a lift between the ground and first floors. On the ground floor are three large reception rooms, two further reception rooms, a kitchen, chapel, office, laundry room, pantry and toilet. On the first floor is a large classroom, eleven bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, small kitchen and toilets. In the attic area are three bedrooms, a store and two attic rooms.
At the front is a small railed forecourt. The rear garden was formerly the play ground so fully tarmacadamed. Facing south, it is approximately 0.25 acres and 100m deep.
Glamorgan Street is on a one way system and just off 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 ‘H’.