A unique property overlooking the pretty market town of Brecon. A stone clad single storey home, set in its own private grounds, it has spectacular panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons, the River Usk Valley and the mountains beyond.
Trefin is a large home set in a wonderful setting. Providing spacious and flexible accommodation at the entrance of the property is an open, oak framed porch which has power and lighting and leads through to the spacious entrance hall. The property has a cottage style with oak flooring and oak panelled country doors with black wrought iron ironmongery. The three reception rooms face south and the large-picture windows flood the rooms with natural light and make the most of the stunning views. The study, dining room and living room also all have feature fireplaces with oak mantlepieces and gas and electric stoves. The sunroom is open to the living room and has a door opening onto the rear patio and garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of cupboard space, worktops, range cooker and integrated fridge and dishwasher. Off the kitchen is a rear hall, laundry room, cloakroom and utility room. There is plenty of storage at the property with two large cloaks/linen cupboards, an airing cupboard as well as another cloakroom. The three double bedrooms are all large, each having a large en-suite bathroom.
The property sits within its own grounds of approximately 0.44 acres and has some of the best views in Brecon. To the East you can see the Black Mountains and the town itself, South you have the wonderful Brecon Beacons in all their glory and to the West you can see down the valley towards Sennybridge. Entering into the property the driveway is gated and provides extensive parking. There is also a large double garage, tool room, storeroom and separate single garage with its own gated access. The gardens back onto the surrounding countryside and wrap right the way around the property. Laid mainly to lawn with natural stone walls, a paved patio area, there are also a selection of trees including oak, beech, apple and a cherry.
Trefin occupies a generous plot and is surrounded by glorious countryside. Situated on the north east edge of Brecon it is a comfortable walk down to the town centre; there is a regular local bus service with a stop only a short distance from the property. 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, an independent day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 7-18 years. With good access links, Cardiff, Swansea and Hereford are all within an hour’s drive and the nearest train station in Abergavenny 20 miles away, has regular services to London (2.15 hours), Manchester and Birmingham (both 2.40 hours).
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘F’.