This “substantial” and “iconic” period pub for sale sits close to the Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) mountains range.
The White Swan, in Llanfrynach, is thought to date back to the 17th century and was a staple of the community until 2017, when it closed its doors to customers.
The pub has fallen into disrepair in the years since its closure, but with some refurbishment could once again be used as a pub and restaurant.
The agent also advises that the property could potentially be redeveloped for another use, subject to planning permission, while noting that an application to develop the site for tourist accommodation has recently been declined.
On the ground floor of the pub is a traditional bar area, as well as a lounge/restaurant area, a function room and a kitchen, meaning that the property is well-configured to be once again used as a hospitality business.
Upstairs, there is a private living area for the owners, including a living room, a kitchen, three bedrooms, a bathroom and a study.
The property sits in approximately 0.6 acres of land, made up of a terraced seating area and a large parking area.
The property is being sold by estate agents McCartneys Property for a price of £505,000.
The agent said: “The White Swan is a substantial building in the heart of the popular village of Llanfrynach, close to the Brecon Beacons mountain range and just a short distance from the Monmouth to Brecon canal.
“The property is suited for refurbishment or potential redevelopment (subject to the grant of planning permission).”