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A beautifully presented period Georgian Grade II listed cottage a short distance from the town centre. This lovely home enjoys bundles of character and affords 2 bedrooms, shower room, sitting room, kitchen and cellar storage.
London Cottage is a quaint period property believed to date from the 1850's. The property is grade 2 listed because it is considered to be ''a scares example of a small late Georgian style house retaining its character to a noticeable degree'. The property retains many features including exposed timbers and painted stonework. It enjoys a modest and manageable sized garden with plenty of room for a seating area and has good access into the town centre of Brecon. In recent years, the property has been substantially improved both decoratively and externally with a new roof covering and works to the chimneys.
The property is situated a short distance from the town centre and close to Brecon cathedral. It is ideally situated for those who enjoy walking; with the Brecon promenade just a short walk away, a superb scenic location for those who enjoy walking along the riverbanks. Alternatively, there are an abundance of public walks within the local Brecon Beacons Mountain range. The market town of Brecon offers an excellent choice of local facilities including supermarkets, convenience stores and coffee shops with a great range of leisure amenities including leisure centre complex, theatre and cinema.Good access is afforded to the M4 motorway near Newport which is approximately 50 mins, there is a train station at Abergavenny and Merthyr Tydfil, both about 25 minutes from Brecon.
A traditional stable door provides access into the sitting room complemented with the wood flooring, painted natural stonework walls and recessed fireplace with fitted wood burner. A small lobby provides access into the kitchen which has a range of wall units along two walls including a built-in Belfast sink, recess for appliances, built-in oven and hob and within the floor a hatch providing access to a useful cellar which is ideal for storage. Alongside the kitchen is the shower/wet room which has recently been improved with a tiled shower area, vanity wash basin, w.c and a cupboard housing the gas fired boiler.
At first floor there are two bedrooms accessed off a small landing, the double room has a vaulted ceiling having exposed timber ceiling beams and an area of mezzanine storage. The single bedroom has a radiator and painted stonework walls.
To the front of the property is a private enclosed low maintenance garden with plenty of space for a seating area and a timber garden store shed.
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