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Nr. Llanddew, Brecon, Powys, LD3
Price on application *Tenant Info

Property available on: 21/04/2017

To Let for Commercial Tourism and Sporting and Recreational Use Only as per Powys County Council GP6. Single stone barn forming part of a traditional farmyard near the County Town of Brecon.

The Property:
Single traditional stone barn with pitched slate roof suitable for a variety of uses under Powys County Council Planning Policy GP6 such as Sporting, Recreational, Tourism and Commercial use. Not for unrestricted residential use.

The Barn is located approximately 3 miles from Brecon in a rural setting adjoining a working farmyard. The historic market town of Brecon which is situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park offers various amenities such as supermarkets, shops, hotels and restaurants, theatre, leisure centre complex, cathedral, primary and secondary schools and is approximately an hours travelling distance from the cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Hereford.


Stone Barn
12.00m x 6.00m (39'4" x 19'8")
A two storey barn of predominantly stone construction under a pitched slate roof. The barn benefits from 2 openings to the exterior which may have been previously used for horse drawn carts with a further doorway. Internally the barn is divided into 2 rooms on the ground floor with restricted room on the first floor. There is no external space.

Tenants will be liable for all outgoings.

The property is not connected to mains water, electricity, gas or drainage.

Prospective occupiers need to be aware that any proposed use of building for light commercial, sporting and recreational use will involve a change of use. This is a requirement of Powys County Council. All enquiries should be directed to the Planning Department of Powys County Council.

The property is offered by Leasehold Tenure for a Term and Rent negotiable. The property will be contracted out to the Security of Tenant Provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act.

Offers are Invited to Lease the building for the purpose proposed. The tenant will responsible for carrying out any improvements or repairs required to meet any statutory or user requirements.


Offers invited.

By negotiation. To exclude the security of tenure provisions of the 1954 Landlord and Tenant Act.

The Landlord to insure the premises and recover the annual premium from the tenant on demand.

The equivalent of three months' rent to be held for the duration of the term as a deposit.

Full Repairing and Insuring Lease.

Tenant responsible for obtaining necessary consents.

Tenants to be responsible for Landlord's legal costs.

Prospective tenants may be required to provide references and/or personal guarantees to support their application.

Lease terms by negotiation.



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