Dan Y Wern, Pwllgloyw, Brecon - £380,000

bedrooms 4 baths 2 receptions 3
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A delightful and spacious detached property, situated in a quiet village. Backing onto farmland it enjoys great views especially from the master bedroom veranda. Also benefiting from a handy office/study which could benefit those working from home, this is a must view!

Key Features

  • spacious detached property
  • backing onto farmland
  • four bedrooms
  • attractive views
  • landscaped gardens
  • two reception rooms
  • kitchen/diner
  • shower room & master En-Suite
  • bathroom
  • verandah
  • double garage and parking
  • study
  • no onward chain

Backing onto farmland and set back from the main road, sits an ideal family property enjoying spacious accommodation throughout. The downstairs comprises of two reception rooms, WC, and a kitchen/diner which leads out to a fabulous covered seating area. Upstairs are four well-proportioned bedrooms, shower room and master en-suite bathroom. The master bedroom also has a wonderful veranda from where you can sit and enjoy the views out to the surrounding countryside. Outside, the landscaped gardens are a real feature. Sympathetically designed to make the most of the views, it has a mixture of patios and lawns and has well established borders. To the front is a tarmac parking area which leads to the double garage.

Pwllgloyw is a small and popular hamlet surrounded by countryside, between Brecon and Builth Wells. It has a pub within stumbling distance and plenty of countryside walks on its doorstep.The larger town of Brecon is just under four miles away, whilst Builth Well is thirteen miles. Brecon is a busy market town at the heart of the Brecon Beacon National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and has a good range of shops and amenities.

Council Tax: We have been informed by the local authority that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘F’.


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