Surveyors for Brecon

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Local information

Based on reallymoving data up to December 2017

  • Average property price: £222,402
  • Average number of bedrooms: 3.20
  • reallymoving movers: 61
  • Average distance moved: 87 miles

Brecon is a thriving community in Wales and a popular holiday destination as it lies on the north side of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The town ofers easily the bestview of the National Park and the surrounding hills of Pen y Fan it also has the highest point in Southern Britain at 886m (or just over 2900ft). 

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