The former Council Offices lies on the corner of Broad Street and Belmont Road also has detached 2 storey annex with valuable parking. It comprises a prominent Victorian building of attractive stone elevations under a slate roof. The main building offers accommodation over 3 floors plus a good-sized cellar in addition a detached two storey annex provides further opportunities.
To the front are formal gardens which provides access to the property, in addition is a very generous side and rear garden. The rear garden (edged green on the Plan), which has a separate pedestrian access off Belmont Road are currently let out until April 2021.
The property offers the following floor space as detailed on the floor plans:
Ground 147.56 sq m approx.
First Floor 124.22 sq m approx.
Second Floor 87.39 sq m approx.
Cellar 33.46 sq m approx.
Ground Floor 31.39 sq m approx.
First Floor 33.17 sq m approx.
The accommodation can be describes as follows:-
Steps up to front door (with Porch over) into Outer Lobby leading to Hall with Stairs leading to first and second floor. Electric heater.
A05 Office (25 .25 sq m) with attractive bay window, Electric heater, ceiling lights and power points.
A06 Office (17.61 sq m).
A03 Office (19.07 sq m) Sash Window, Built in cupboards, under stairs storage. Electric Heater.
A02 Office (9.53 sq m) with window to side and two roof lights.
A07 Waiting Room (5.08 sq m).
A08 WC with Toilets, sink and heater.
Rear Door Leading to Courtyard.
Stairs to Cellar A23 (33.46 sq. M) having good ceiling height and power and light fitted.
A07 Office (25.16 sq m) with attractive Bay Window, panelling to walls, electric heater, Power points.
A10 Office (18.59 sq m) sash window to front and side.
A11 Office (13.36 sq m) sash windows to side and rear.
A12 Cleaners Store with Belfast sink.
A15 Disabled Toilets with obscured light from A14. Toilet and sink.
A14 (13.78 sq m) Kitchen with base sink unit, water heater.
Stairs to Second Floor
A22 Office (25.00 sq m) with Bay Window Electric heaters, restricted height.
A18 (18.06 sq m). Restricted height.
A19 Store (7.15 sq m) with roof light, restricted height.
A20 Office (18.33 sq m) with sink with water heater, electric heater, restricted height.
Stores and WC.
B01 Entrance Lobby with Stairs off, under stairs area with sink.
B02 Office with painted brick and plastered walls, Power points, window to front.
B02A window to front.
Stairs to First Floor with small landing leading to
B03 window to front, power points.
B04 with windows on three elevations, original fireplace, power points.
The Property benefits from mains water, drainage and electricity.
Please Note :- The Town Clock’s electricity is understood to be supplied from the former Council Offices supply. It will be a condition of the sale that the purchaser maintains this existing supply and covers the cost of all electricity consumed.
The property has been used historically as Offices. The site is located within the development limit and could offer an opportunity for a variety of uses. The Council are offering the property for sale in its current use. Interested parties should discuss their specific alternative proposals with the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority. Pre planning advice can be sought via Tel or email .
Strictly by prior arrangement. Please contact the selling Agent to arrange an accompanied viewing.
Head of Legal, Scrutiny and Democratic Services County Hall Llandrindod Wells Powys
All enquires to be directed to:-
Powys County Council Property Services County Hall Llandrindod Wells Powys LD1 5LG Tel: Fax: Note Potential purchasers should note that until a Contract is signed, in the event of a higher offer subsequently being received, the Council’s Valuation Section will assess and consider the offer according to statute, which requires the County Council to obtain the best possible price that can reasonably be obtained. Should the new offer be considered sound the Valuation Section will re-open negotiations with the earlier prospective purchaser until a conclusion is reached
misrepresentation act 1967 & property misdescriptions act 1991
Whilst we endeavour to make our sale particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
Additionally, Powys County Council give notice that:
I) These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessees, and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract.
Ii) All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them;
iii) No person in the employment of Powys County Council has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.