The subject property comprises, in all, three acres of greenfield residential development land with outline planning consent for approximately 30 houses with a 20% affordable housing ratio (.i.e. 6 houses). The land has a gently sloping westerly aspect which runs down to the pretty River Ennig with designated open space and amenity area alongside and is within comfortable walking distance of the towns facilities. The site has good road frontage onto a main network road, although it is relatively lightly trafficked. Adjoining buildings include the towns doctor surgery with open countryside beyond.
Talgarth is a pretty market town at the foot of the Black Mountains within the Brecon Beacons National Park, roughly equidistant between Brecon and Hay-on-Wye. With a population of around 2000, it has good facilities including shops, pubs, doctors surgery, playing fields and sports facilities, town hall and tourist information centre, primary school and a recently opened, much publicised water mill and cafe. All are within walking distance of the site and there are also leisure facilities at Bronllys just over half a mile away. This is an area of high scenic value with the surrounding hills particularly popular with walkers and tourists. This is also a popular retirement area where people seek out small market towns and villages where they can retire with a high quality of life.