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Cae Castell is a charming new development located in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park; nestled amongst the exquisite Powys countryside with a breathtaking backdrop of the Black Mountains.
The Dyfrryn is one of 5 housetypes available on the development, which has been sensitively designed to complement its natural surroundings.
Plot 23 is finished in stone and enjoys a corner position with the front garden benefitting from a feature stone wall as well as a single detached garage.
Please note the image provided is an artist's impression. The garage on plot 23 is to the left.
The village of Llangynidr is surrounded by idyllic countryside stretching for miles across hills and wooded valleys and has a population of under a thousand people. It has two real ale pubs, a coffee shop, garage and village shop. It also hosts a monthly farmer’s market and the annual Llangynidr Show.
Llangynidr is located 5 miles west of Crickhowell (the recent winner of the “UK’s Best Town accolade”) and 1 mile south east of Brecon. Abergavenny is a 20 minute drive away, whilst it’s an hour’s drive to Cardiff and an hour and quarter to Bristol.
For commuters beyond the immediate towns, the scenic route to Beaufort links to the Heads of the Valley road.
Cae Castell has been built in partnership with builder Edenstone Homes.
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