Golwg y Pen y Fan, is a semi-detached barn conversion forming part of a select development of tasteful conversions. The site is located in a stunning landscape on the lower hills of the Brecon Beacons mountain range and just a few miles from the market town of Brecon.The property, which was converted circa 2014, has a versatile layout, having one ground floor bedroom, 2 first floor bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an open plan kitchen, dining area and sitting room. There are lawns to both front and rear and a shared courtyard area for parking.Location
The property is situated in a rural location in an area dominated by agriculture. It sits in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons mountain range just 3 miles from the popular town of Brecon allowing good access to the main road links to Cardiff, Newport and Swansea.The surrounding area is known for its beautiful scenery with its rolling hills and valleys and the picturesque Monmouth to Brecon canal just a short distance away. There are an abundance of outdoor leisure pursuits available in the vicinity for those seeking an active lifestyle.Walk Inside
A glazed front door etched with the house name, provides access into a lovely hallway with built-in cloaks cupboard. The Kitchen/ dining area has a beautifully fitted kitchen with an extensive range of fitted units incorporating a built-in fridge, freezer, dishwasher, double oven, hob, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a 1 1/2 bowl sink and a breakfast bar separates a comfortable dining area. A small flight of steps leads down to the sitting room from where there is a door and window looking rearwards with uninterrupted views of the mountain range. A particular feature of this room is the built-in wood burner.Off the hallway is a ground floor bedroom which is complimented with a ground level Shower room.A spiral staircase leads to the first floor landing from where there is access to both first floor bedrooms. The main bedroom has an ensuite bathroom whilst the adjoining bedroom has a small mezzanine area accessed via a ladder. Off the landing is a further shower room.Walk Outside
There is a lawned garden to the front and a useful shed/ storage building currently housing a useful tumble dryer. To the rear is an enclosed garden with paved seating area and a lawned garden with a cosy fire-pit from where there are superb views of Penyfan and the beacons mountain range.The courtyard to the front is shared with the other residents. The residents also have use of a shared garden area and large wildlife pond.NOTES
There is an annual service charge payment towards the cost of upkeep of the common areas. This is understood to be about £200 in 2018 (TBV).