A three storey Grade II listed detached building constructed in the 18th century of solid brick and rendered elevations under a pitched slate roof.
The property was formerly used as a banking hall and would be suitable for a variety of uses or redevelopment, to include ground floor retail and residential conversion to the upper floors, subject to any necessary planning consents. Externally the property benefits from a large rear yard accommodating a garage.
Total net area 3006 sq ft
In Llandovery at the junction of the A40 and A483 to the north west of the Brecon Beacons National park in rural Mid Wales within close proxmitey to local amenties. Nearby occupiers include the Post Office, HSBC, Kings Head Public House and a number of small B&B's.
Previously the Main Banking Hall.
Large Rear Yard and Garage.
Please Note Sutton Kersh have not Inspected this property Internally.
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