Located in the beautiful rural village of Scethrog, this two bedroomed, semi-detached property is just a few minutes drive from the centre of Brecon. It would make a lovely home or an ideal holiday let in this ever popular part of the world.
This lovely two bedroom, semi-detached property has been beautifully refurbished throughout by the current owners and is presented in immaculate condition. The lounge is a particularly lovely space with its inglenook style fireplace housing a log burner and with access through to the conservatory. This is a bright and welcoming addition to the property and has access to the utility room, complete with wc and housing for a washing machine and fridge or freezer. The fitted kitchen is modern and stylish with a dishwasher and space for a fridge. From here is accessed the newly installed bathroom.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms. The larger of the two has plenty of space for wardrobes as well as access to eaves storage. It also boasts fantastic views of Pen Y Fan. The second bedroom also has access to the eaves storage and has views out over open countryside. Further access to the eaves can be found on the landing in between the two bedrooms. There is a skylight at the top of the stairs filling the space with natural light.
Outside, there is a large garage as well as private parking for three cars. You will also find a log store and new shed. From a patio - an ideal place for a bench - by the house, are steps down to a low maintenance garden and a decked area with room for a table and chairs.
The house benefits from a gas combi-boiler and cavity wall insulation. Nothing needs doing here. It is ready to be moved in to and viewings are highly recommended to view the potential of this well-cared-for and rather special property.
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