Bethan Thomas, branch manager and valuer at CLEE, TOMKINSON & FRANCIS, Ystradgynlais branch gives 10 great reasons to live in Ystradgynlais.
We’ve a wide range of properties, with a starting price of just £49,950 – what better way to get onto the property ladder?
With unique, period cottages, new builds, and small holdings, there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets
We are right on the edge of The Brecon Beacons National Park
Situated between Brecon Beacons and the Gower Peninsula, and only 15 minutes from the M4
Several tourist attractions are close by – Craig Y Nos parks, Dan yr Ogof caves; hiking, walking, cycling, caving
Prices are lower than Swansea and Gower – more value for money
Good road links
Good school catchment area
Ystradgynlais is a busy town with lots of local independent shops as well as two large super stores
Centrally located for holiday activities/pursuits
Pen y Pant, Penwyllt
This is a late 19th Century de-tached cottage situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It has 2 bedrooms and 2 recep-tions rooms with a further study/bed-room 3, porch, kitchen, breakfast room, utility room. The gardens to the front and rear are of a good size and enclosed. There is a spacious driveway for several cars, leading to the garage. Behind the property a further 10 acres (approx) suitable for riding or grazing; this has a natural pond and a public footpath. There are also remains of the lime kilns which were first built in Penwyllt in the early 1820s. Opposite the property is a ¼ acre vegetable plot. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the quiet location, versatile property and land.
EPC – F £349,950
Situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, this detached Edwardian 5 bedroom property sits within private grounds. The property was built in 1906 and has many original features. With a porch, hallway, 2 reception rooms, conservatory, cloakroom, utility room, kitchen/breakfast room to the ground floor, 3 bedrooms, 2 with en-suites and a family bathroom to the 1st floor and a further 2 bed-rooms to the 2nd floor this property offers spacious and versatile accom-modation. Private established gardens with a spacious driveway to the front and side of the property, workshop and summerhouse. Caehopkin is ideally situated for rural walks and extensive mountain views.
This is a spacious family home believed to date back to the late 18th century and has retained many original features. It is set in approximately 2 acres and has generous gardens in a quiet rural setting. The property has a hallway, 2 reception rooms, kitchen, utility area and snooker room along with a sepa-rate annexe to the ground floor. 4 bedrooms, shower room and family bathroom to the 1st floor. It is in a quiet location with only one neigh-bour. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the property and the location.
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