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Cradoc Road, Brecon, Powys, LD3
Guide price £400,000 | 3 bedrooms

Property features

• Beautifully presented detached family home
• 3 bedrooms plus attic space
• Full width living space with great views
• Modern fitted kitchen
• Spacious gardens with garage and parking

Beautifully situated with fantastic views over town and the Brecon Beacons is this spacious detached 3 bedroom family home with an open living space with a sunny south facing elevation, modern kitchen and an additional room in the attic ideal for storage. Complemented with large gardens, a garage and parking which can be accessed from the rear.

Cradoc Road homes are known for their outstanding south facing views over town to the distant Brecon Baecons mountain range, and no.36 is no exception. Built in the first half of the 20th century this spacious home has been tastefully finished with a modern family kitchen and a full width living/ dining area which enjoys the spectacular views. Retaining the charm of its era, this delightful home showcases original period features, such as parquet flooring and the traditional entrance hall styling indicative of its construction date. It offers generous accommodation to include 3 bedrooms at the first floor level with a further staircase leading to the second floor ideal for storage with south facing window providing plenty of light.

Situated along Cradoc Road within easy reach of the town's facilities yet just a few hundred metres from open countryside. The area around Brecon is known for its wonderful scenery, in particular the Brecon Beacons mountain range which can be seen from the house. Nearby is Brecon Promenade, a beautiful part of town with parkland running alongside the River Usk from where there are delightful riverside walks and a little further away the Monmouth to Brecon canal a stunning feature of Brecon's landscape. The town offers a good choice of amenities which include a theatre, cinema and leisure centre complex. A more comprehensive choice of facilities can be found in the cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Hereford which are all within approximately a one hours drive and the M4 link can be accessed near Newport.

Walk Inside
Upon entering through the front door, you step into an enclosed porch, which leads to a spacious entrance hall featuring a staircase ascending to the first floor and a convenient understairs storage cupboard. From the hall, you'll find the living/dining room adorned with traditional parquet flooring and a feature fireplace housing a wood-burning stove on a stone hearth. This dual aspect reception room is flooded with natural light; the sliding glazed doors opening to a patio seating area, allowing you to bask in the delightful southerly aspect and savour the breathtaking views of the Brecon Beacons Mountain Range. The kitchen comprises of a range of units, offering ample cupboard and drawer space, an inset sink, an integrated oven and hob with an extractor above, and plumbing for both a washing machine and dishwasher. A rear hall provides additional storage for coats and boots, along with a WC closet that serves the ground floor.

First Floor
The first-floor landing grants entry to three bedrooms, the two front-facing rooms boasting double proportions and offering breathtaking views of the Brecon Beacons Mountain range. The master bedroom features attractive wooden floorboards and a set of built-in wardrobes. Off the landing, there is an airing cupboard, a family bathroom comprising of a panelled bath with shower over and a pedestal washbasin and a separate WC closet. A secondary staircase leads to the attic room, cleverly converted to serve as a versatile office, craft, or playroom, complete with a handy eaves storage area.

Walk Outside
The property benefits from pedestrian access directly off Cradoc Road, or vehicular access to the rear where there is parking, a garage and a shed. Meandering steps lead up to the front of the house bordered by mature shrubs and beds. The front garden, being south facing comprises of a wonderful patio terrace offering a wonderful spot to sit and enjoy the superb views over Brecon town to the Brecon Beacons mountain range and alongside a small area of lawn. The rear garden is spacious in size, the rear porch opening out to a covered outdoor storage/seating area with a small patio area alongside. Predominantly laid mainly to lawn the garden is complemented by established shrub and flower borders, natural stone walls, a vegetable area, and a garden shed.


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