Talybont-on-Usk is a historic, attractive and vibrant village lying in the heart of the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park attracting some 4.5m visitors each year, between the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, overlooked by Pen y Fan.
The village lies alongside the A40, 6 miles from Brecon, 9 miles from Crickhowell, 19 miles from Hay on Wye and 14 miles north of the vibrant market town of Abergavenny with a Waitrose and main line rail station.
There is good access to the M4 some 30 miles to the south via the A470 and A40/A449, both part dual carriageway, as well as east to the M50 and M5.
The village lies in the Usk Valley alongside the River Usk at a crossing point with the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. As well as a popular place to live the village is a gateway for outdoor pursuits in the Beacons including walking, cycling, riding, fishing, caving, canoeing and boat hire, and benefits from four pubs, a café and a busy shop with Post Office.
The property lies on it own, between the village and the A40, fronting but set back from Station Road behind a large forecourt and looking out over the River Caefane, a tributary of the nearby Usk and open fields to the Beacons.