A great opportunity to acquire an iconic village pub for re-use as a pub/restaurant or alternatively with redevelopment possibilities.
The White Swan is a substantial building in the heart of the popular village of Llanfrynach, close the Brecon Beacons mountain range and just a short distance from the Monmouth to Brecon canal. The building closed its doors to customers in 2017 and has since been vacant and during which time it has fallen into disrepair. The property stands on a plot size of about 0.6 acres including a substantial parking area and outside seating and terrace space.The property is suited for refurbishment or potential redevelopment (subject to the grant of planning permission). Interested parties should make their own enquiries of the planning authority to establish potential uses for the site.
Llanfrynach is a village and community in the county of Powys and the historic county of Breconshire. The population of the community as taken in the 2011 census was 570. It lies just 4 miles south east of the market town of Brecon where there is a good choice of local shops and facilities. The surrounding area is popular with tourists year round who enjoy the many walking paths that traverse the wonderful mountain ranges and canal towpath on the doorstep.
This iconic building offers a substantial footprint, at ground floor is a traditional bar area, a loung/ restaurant area, a function room, kitchen as well as the usual ancillary facilities.The first floor provides a private living area which includes a living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bathroom and study.
The property stands on a site of about 0.6 acres which includes a large tamacadam parking area and a terraced seating area. A right of way exists across the car park which provide access to a neighbouring property.
Any redevelopment enquiries should be directed to:Brecon Beacons National ParkPlas y FynnonCambrian WayBreconPowys LD3 7HP07973 781479An application to develop the site for tourist accommodation has recently been declined. Further details can be found on the National Parks planning portal.
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