25 Jan

Discover the fresh air of Brecon

Discover the fresh air of Brecon

The market town of Brecon could be perfect for house hunters who want to make the most of the outdoors, but there is plenty more to the area than just its famous Beacons - although that certainly does draw in people.

For those looking for property for sale in Brecon, the big selling point may be the proximity to the iconic mountain range. As well as the wider National Park that house the beacons, there are plenty of other reasons to move to the area.

One of the highlights is the Brecon Canal, which is well-known for its regular cattle market, which is a must-see for visitors and new residents. There is also an annual Jazz Festival every August,while for art fans there is the Brecon Theatre, which hosts a variety of entertainment including a must-see pantomime.

Brecon is a great location for young families, with a number of schooling options in the region. There are a number of primary schools, a secondary school and a college for further education, meaning there are plenty of education opportunities in the area.

However, Newport is also close by, meaning that Brecon is ideally placed for easy access to other parts of Wales and all they have to offer, especially for those who need to commute for work purposes.


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