Brecon has a long history as a notable settlement in the Welsh countryside, and today is a popular tourist destination. The town boasts a weekly farmers’ market and an exciting annual jazz festival, alongside an abundance of museums, art galleries and coffee shops – perfect for a relaxing afternoon.

As a gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park, the town has long been a highly desirable place to live, with an increasingly varied demographic flocking here each year to enquire about houses for sale and flats to rent. Stunning views of the picturesque hills and surrounding countryside are a given from almost everywhere in Brecon, while a visit to the highest point in southern Britain is just a short country walk away.

With great recreational opportunities, fantastic schools for children of all ages – including Christ College, the oldest independent school in Wales – and a military establishment at the Infantry Battle School, the town attracts a diverse range of buyers looking for homes for sale in Brecon.

Property types vary greatly in the town, reflecting the diverse demographic. Ranging from Georgian terraced housing to new-build estates, there is a home for every type of buyer or tenant in Brecon, whether you’re looking to buy a Grade II listed cottage with acres of land or rent a flat for your retirement.