Barn At Abercrai | Trecastle, Brecon, Powys

A large stone barn with full planning permission (P19248) to convert into two separate houses
Guide Price
£135,000
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Rural, Potential, National Park, Development,
Barn 1, Open Plan Living Area, Kitchen, Utility Room, WC, Ground Floor Bedroom, En Suite Bathroom, Two First Floor Bedrooms, Two En Suite Bathrooms.
Barn 2, Open Plan Living Area, Kitchen, Utility Room, WC, Two Ground Floor Bedrooms, Two En Suite Bathrooms, One First Bedrooms, En Suite Bathroom


A large stone barn with full planning permission to convert into two separate barns in this rural setting to the northern tip of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Full planning permission: P19248

There is space around each of the barns to create gardens and parking areas.

Abercrai is a former farmstead in a rural setting. It comprises of the former farmhouse, a range of stone buildings already converted into three dwellings and this final undeveloped stone barn with consent for conversion into two dwellings.

The barns are approximate ½ mile along an unmade driveway to Abercrai Farm. Positioned to the north of Abercrai farmhouse between the main house and a modern agricultural building with the River Crai lying just to the east of the barns. The barns are positioned to the northern most tip of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The villages of Trecastle and Sennybridge are close-by (1.8 miles and 3.5 miles respectively), both connected by the A40. Sennybridge provides the wider range of amenities, which include mini supermarkets, public houses, petrol stations, post office and a primary school.   

The A4067 takes you directly in to the city of Swansea, which is 30 miles south of Abercrai. The A470 takes you directly to Cardiff, which is just 45 miles south east from Abercrai.

From Brecon take the A40 west, signposted Llandovery. Proceed along this road for 13 miles through the village of Sennybridge until you reach the village of Trecastle. As you enter Trecastle, take the left turn just before the Castle Hotel. After approximately 1/3 mile turn left, signposted Crai and Defynnog. Continue for about 1/2 mile before turning left down an un-made driveway with a 'no through road' sign. The property can be found on the courtyard at the end of the driveway.





Key Features

Rural Potential
National Park Development
Brochure
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