CALLING ALL DEVELOPERS. Dating back to 1829, this spacious, Grade II listed Chapel set over three floors and within the Brecon Beacons National Park has planning permission to create an impressive, four bedroom home. Viewing Encouraged.
The chapel is in the hillside settlement of Clydach North and benefits from lovely views of the Gorge and surrounding hills. The Chapel presents as a 2-story building from the roadside but has a lower ground floor to the rear. Planning permission granted permits the creation of 3 double bedrooms, a large family bathroom and large utility on the lower ground floor. On the ground floor the conversion will have a large double height open plan lounge and dining room with a mezzanine level overlooking, WC and kitchen diner. On the 1st floor will be the master bedroom with en suite and walk in wardrobe. Outside the chapel has a terrace to the rear enjoying views of the gorge and surrounding mountains. The associated plans and planning permission can be viewed on the Brecon Beacons National Park planning portal under references 19/17812/FUL and 20/18255/FUL.
Conversion and repair works have commenced with the property benefitting from considerable investment during 2020 including a newly re-slated roof with breathable membrane, cast rainwater guttering, extensive repairs and draft proofing of all sash windows, repair of all 4 chapel windows to include slimline glazing, installation of drainage stack, installation of chimney and log burner flue, new lower ground floor windows and doors, implementation of ecological measures, selected repairs and comprehensive strip out ready for construction works to commence. We have be informed the building inspection fees have been paid and the scheme does not require the payment of a community infrastructure levy.
Situated in Clydach North, a quiet hillside village within the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and popular tourist destination with lots to do and see on its door step. The Chapel enjoys views of the gorge and surrounding hillside. Clydach has a community hall and pub and benefits from excellent transport links with the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road being a short drive away. The popular village of Gilwern is just over 1.5 miles away and has a primary school, hall, several pubs and convenience store. The larger market town of Abergavenny which has a wide range of shops, amenities and a train station is just under 6 miles away.
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