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20-26, Brecon Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire



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20-26, Brecon Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

Investment Property
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Guide Price

£625,000.00

Property Type

Investment Property

Size

338 sqm / 3642 sqft

Tenure

For Sale

Description

The subject site and buildings are located on Brecon Road (A40) a major arterial thoroughfare to the north of Abergavenny town centre. The road links from the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road to Crickhowell and Brecon beyond.

The immediate area comprises of a mixture of commercial operators within a well established and historic residential area of the town.

The premises hold a very prominent location on Brecon Road which provides an attractive location for both commercial and residential occupiers.

Abergavenny lies on the River Usk and is known as the 'Gateway to Wales' due to its location between the two mountains, Blorenge and Sugar Loaf and is an ideal base to visit the Brecon Beacons National Park.

The M4 motorway lies approximately 17 miles to the south and Cardiff is less than 30 miles away.

N°s 20-24 Brecon Road comprises a semi detached building of traditional brick construction arranged over basement, ground, first and second floor levels. The ground floor of the premises provides two commercial units which are currently occupied and have timber framed glazed frontage onto Brecon Road.

Internally the commercial premises provide a front show room sales area with rear stores and ancillary space.

The residential flats are of a fairly similar layout and configuration, comprising a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen.

There is a mixture of gas central heating and electric heating throughout the building with separately metered gas supplies to some of the flats. The flats have a mixture of hardwood timber windows mainly to the front elevation with UPVC windows to the rear.

The basement area provides a dry at the time of inspection, usable storage area.

N° 26 Brecon Road comprises a detached property of traditional brick stone construction with rendered elevations again having a mixture of timber windows. This property is arranged over ground and first floor levels and provides three 1 bedroom residential flats being on ground and first floor along with a rear storage area to the ground floor which could potentially be converted for further residential use (subject to planning).

We have been informed that a gas supply exists to the premises although this may have been capped off at some stage and therefore heating is provided by way of electric heaters.

To the rear section of the site is a two storey former Granary / Stable building which over recent times has been used for storage. This building comprises a two storey building of stone / brick construction with a pitched roof.

To the west of this building is a mono pitch property again of stone construction with profile sheeted roof and this again has been used in recent time as storage.

The parking area provides parking for approximately 14 cars.

The site is of a fairly regular shape.

We are seeking offers in the region of £625,000 for the freehold interest in the properties.

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01633 214444

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