A lovely semi-detached property in the village of Trecastle in the Welsh county of Powys.
This spacious and airy cottage offers a comfortable place for a family or couple to escape to the glorious countryside of the Brecon Beacons.
Upon entering the property, you will find a roomy living area furnished with comfortable sofas and a TV, the perfect sociable space for relaxing and making plans for tomorrow's adventures.
Also on the ground floor is a fully appointed kitchen, a bright dining room that leads to a sun room that provides access to the large garden.
Upstairs are two pleasing bedrooms, one double and another with a cosy small double bed as well as a large family bathroom.
Outside the garden provides both a patio area and a large lawn area, perfect for a kick about with the kids.
The village of Trecastle is a lovely traditional little village with a pub, a children's playground and a number of antique centres.
Nearby is the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park with plenty of great walking and cycling opportunities, as well as the market town of Brecon with its fascinating Cathedral.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x small double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room. Sun room.
About the location
Brecon 12 miles.
Trecastle ‘The Town of the Castle’ is a village beautifully positioned on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and is named after an early 12th century Motte and Bailey fortification which still exists, and is the largest of its type in the National Park. A pretty little village, Trecastle is scattered on either side of the A40 between Brecon and Llandovery, and offers a pub and two wonderful antique centres where you will find fine examples of early Welsh life. The scenic Brecon Beacons beckon walkers and cyclists alike, or stay closer to the town and walk right up Trecastle’s very own mountain. The nearby trails are a must for mountain bikers and pony trekkers with outstanding scenery all year round. A short journey will bring you to Brecon to enjoy a visit to the Cathedral, the museums, a little shopping or maybe a boat trip on the canal. With the area steeped in Roman history there is much to discover in this beautiful part of Wales.