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Aberbran, Brecon, Powys, LD3
Guide price £265,000 | 3 bedrooms | 2.8 acres

Property features

• Great renovation project
• 2.5 acres of gardens and riverside ground
• Fishing rights on the River Usk and Bran
• Former Mill Building

This unique 3 bedroom former mill building with river frontage and fishing on the Rivers Usk and Bran and stands in around 2.5 acres of gardens and grounds. The property requires considerable upgrading.

Aberbran Mill is a prominent building sitting between the minor council road leading into Aberbran and the Nant Bran River which is itself a tributary of the River Usk. The property which dates from the 16th Century was a Mill until the 1950's after which is was converted into living accommodation, originally having a 1 mile long leat extending northwards into the Bran valley. The property is now offered with approximately 2.5 acres of gardens and grounds all running alongside the Nant Bran river and River Usk where the property enjoys fishing rights. This 3 storey property has flexible accommodation over all 3 floors and provides tremendous scope for renovation to form a fine family home.


Situated in a rural setting approximately 4 miles from the market town of Brecon and just half a mile off the A40 main road leading from Brecon towards West Wales. The nearby settlement of Aberbran is a scattered rural settlement mostly dominated by agriculture with primary schooling nearby in Cradoc, approximately 5 miles, or secondary schooling in Brecon.Brecon is the regional market town with an excellent choice of local facilities including supermarkets, convenience stores, leisure centre complex, theatre, cinema, etc. The regional cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Hereford are all within approximately a 1 hours' drive.


The lower ground floor which can be accessed via the stone porch has a wood block flooring finish extending throughout. The Hall in itself provides access into 2 Reception Rooms with connecting French doors, the larger Sitting Room having a corner fireplace. The principle staircase leads to the First Floor, from where there is access to a Kitchen fitted with traditional units and an AGA cooking range, and a Sitting/Dining Room in turn providing access to a further Reception/Bedroom from where there is access to a link Bathroom. From this floor a further doorway leads into a Boot Roomand a W.C. Closet.The top floor consists of 2 Bedrooms, a series of store areas, together with 2 Bathrooms.


The entrance drive provides parking for a couple of vehicles, from where there is access to a stone built Garage and Storage Rooms. The gardens are mostly lawned sweeping down to the banks of the Nant Bran River which are a particular feature of the property. To the rear of the house is an extensive area of uncultivated natural habitat located between the road and the river, providing a great opportunity to the buyer to put their own mark on this wonderful space. To the front of the property a footpath provides access across the river to a further area of land under the ownership of the property running southwards towards the River Usk, where the property benefits from fishing rights on a section of the Usk close to the river bridge.


A footpath crosses the property.

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