Take a look inside this Victorian house that is full of period features and has views of the Beacons.
Glyn Garth, in Brecon, dates back to 1891, is constructed of stone and is set in its own grounds.
Period features of the property include stained glass windows, a central wooden staircase, high ceilings and decorative tiles.
On the ground floor of the house, there is a lobby, an entrance hall, a dining room with wooden floors, a fireplace and a bay window and on the opposite side of the hall, there is a living room, a sitting room with French doors, a kitchen with a feature brick chimney breast and a WC.
Upstairs, the first floor features six bedrooms and two bathrooms, an attic space and a cellar.
The grounds, which wrap around the property, include sloping lawns, flower and shrub borders, vegetable beds and decked seating areas, as well as a covered veranda.
In the grounds there is also a stone built coach house with a slate roof, which contains a garage, a tack room and a stable.
The property is marketed by estate agent James Dean and is listed for £925,000.
Emily of James Dean Estate Agents said: “Glyn Garth is an impressive, spacious house in a sought after location.
“Enjoying period features, views of the Beacons and lawned gardens, it is a wonderful family home.”