Boleyn House, St. Michael Street, Brecon, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 3
DESCRIPTION An interesting and unique property in a walled courtyard setting just a short distance from the town centre. This property is ideal for those who want the convenience of town but the luxury of being tucked away on a quiet back street. The building now sub-divided into flats and a shop, is said to have had connections with Anne Boleyn and the Williams family at Penpont Estate. The present structure appears to date from the early 19th Century. The property offers character accommodation to include 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and modern bathroom suite.

The access is shared with two adjoining properties but Boleyn house has exclusive use of the enclosed courtyard and the additional benefit of storage buildings.

LOCATION Located on the fringe of the town centre the house could not be more convenient for the towns amenities. Brecon offers a host of popular facilities including a theatre, cinema and leisure centre together with a good range of cafe's and boutique shops.

ACCOMMODATION The property comprises the following accommodation (measurements are provided for identification only):

Living Room20'5" x 11'1" (6.22m x 3.38m). With beamed ceiling, tiled fireplace and stairs leading to first floor.

Kitchen11'9" x 8'2" (3.58m x 2.5m). With base and wall units with work surfaces, single drainer sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, understairs shelved larder cupboard, Worcester wall mounted combi-boiler for central heating and domestic water, beamed ceiling.

First Floor With doors leading to...

Bedroom 112'8" x 9'8" (3.86m x 2.95m). With carpeted floor and built-in wardrobe with storage over.

Bedroom 29'5" x 7'9" (2.87m x 2.36m). With carpeted floor.

Bedroom 311'9" x 7'4" (3.58m x 2.24m). With carpeted floor and shelved recess.

Bathroom Comprising of a modern suite in white to include panel bath with shower over, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and towel radiator.

OUTSIDE The pathway leading to the property is shared with 3 and 4 Boleyn House, Either side of the pathway are grassed areas, cobbled courtyard together with 5 small timber lock-up stores all belonging to Flat 5.

LEASEHOLD The property is of Leasehold Tenure offered on the basis of a 125 year lease from the 1st January 1987.

Ground Rent The ground rent is payable as follows:

£50 for first 33 years of the term, rising to £100 for the next 33 years and £150 for the remainder.

Service Charge An annual service cost of 20% of repairs and insurance of the whole building as set out in Schedule 4 and 5 of the lease. A copy is available upon request.

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