Mansion House, Bronllys
1,039 sq m / 11,184 sq ft
An impressive double fronted former Manor House, converted to offices with a 2-storey terrapin style building attached to the rear elevation. It adjoins Bronllys Hospital. Redevelopment potential subject to planning permission.
Bronllys is situated on the outskirts of Talgarth approximately 8 miles from Brecon, 7½ miles from Hay-on-Wye and 50 miles from Cardiff. Abergavenny is approximately 20 miles and Hereford 30 miles to the south east and north east respectively.
Former Manor House that was converted to provide the office HQ for Powys Teaching Health Board. It is situated in mature, partly wooded grounds and has approximately 100 car parking spaces. The property offers the potential for redevelopment subject to obtaining planning permission.
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