Trecastle, Brecon, Brecon - £500,000

bedrooms 2 baths 2 receptions 1

A stunning, two bed barn conversion in a wonderful rural location. Enjoying fabulous views, parking, garden office and 4.75acres it is the perfect countryside haven.

Key Features

  • two double bedrooms
  • superb barn conversion
  • wonderful rural location
  • stunning countryside views
  • approx 4.75 acres of land and woodland
  • open plan kitchen/living/dining room
  • bathroom and en-suite
  • parking
  • great garden office/studio with covered hot tub area
  • easily managed garden from where you can sit and enjoy the views
  • ready to move straight in to
  • finished to a superb standard throughout

The property has been superbly finished throughout and is ready to move straight in to. The accommodation comprises of a spacious entrance hall, ideal for coats and wellies, a fab open plan kitchen/living/dining room with a vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, wood burning stove, range of attractive kitchen units, breakfast bar, oven, hob and dishwasher. The bedrooms are both doubles, the master being en-suite. There is also a lovely bathroom with separate shower and roll top bath. Outside there is parking and attractive, easily managed gardens to the front, side and rear. At the rear you can sit back and enjoy absolutely fabulous views of the surrounding countryside. There is also a great garden office/studio ideal for someone working from home, as well as a covered area with hot tub. The property has approximately 4.75 acres of fields and woodland which run down to a river which has fishing rights. In a wonderful rural location, it is perfect for someone looking to get away from it all.

The property is situated on a former farmyard, in a wonderful, rural location surrounded by glorious countryside within the Brecon Beacons National Park. The land at the rear of the property slopes down to the beautiful River Crai creating a peaceful haven for wildlife. It is approx. two miles from the village of Trecastle which has a pub, village hall and well known antiques centre. The village is roughly halfway between the larger towns of Brecon and Llandovery which both have a wide range of shops and amenities. The smaller market village of Sennybridge is only three miles away which has a primary school, doctors surgery, post office, two petrol stations, a small convenience store and several pubs. The area is very popular for outdoor pursuits such as hiking, biking, horse riding and canoeing.

Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘E’.

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