The Struet, Brecon - £240,000

bedrooms 3 baths 1 receptions 1

Packed with charm and period features is this three bed, Grade II listed, terraced house. Deceptively spacious it has a living room with decked balcony off, kitchen/diner with island, three bedrooms and a bathroom. It also has an easily managed garden with river views.

Key Features

  • three bedrooms
  • Grade II listed
  • Packed full of charm and features
  • easily managed garden with river views
  • living room with decked balcony off
  • basement kitchen/diner with island
  • bathroom with separate shower
  • deceptively spacious
  • walking distance of town centre

Deceptively spacious and packed full of character, No 94 is a charming home set over four floors. On the ground floor there is an entrance porch and good size living room with wood burning stove and patio doors opening out onto a decked balcony. The kitchen/diner is situated at basement level and has features such as flagstone flooring, exposed ceiling joists, an exposed brick/stone island with wooden worktop, cast iron range and patio doors to the rear. There is also a WC off. On the first floor there is a large bedroom with exposed brick chimney breast and bathroom with bath and separate shower. On the second floor there are a further two bedrooms, the rear of which enjoys views of the river, Brecon Castle & Beacons. The property is Grade II listed and has wonderful features such as exposed floorboards, exposed brick and stone walls, exposed beams and sash windows. Outside the rear garden is easily managed made up of paved and chipping areas which overlook the River Honddu. There is also a side passage for access which the neighbours have a right of way over.

The Struet is one of Brecons oldest streets situated just a short walk from Brecon Cathedral, the town centre and a wooded area called The Groves which is great for walks. 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 ‘D’.

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