Ty Mawr, Carno, Powys, SY17


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
Substantial Detached Period Village House. Adjacent to the Parish Church. Carno offers village shop, public house, primary school & community centre. Market town of Newtown 12 miles, Machynlleth 17 miles and the coastal resort of Aberdovey 27 miles. Caersws railway station 5 miles. Substantially restored and renovated by the current owners over the last few years. upvc double glazing, gas central heating, the accommodation retains a wealth of character. Kitchen, utility, wine cellar, 3 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, ensuite bathroom, family bathroom, 2 cloakrooms. Private cottage garden to front. Garage & former Stables with potential for conversion subject to necessary consents. Can be purchased fully furnished. Chain free. EER = E(53)


The current owners have renovated and modernised Ty Mawr over the last few years to provide a comfortable family home bringing the 16th century accommodation up to date with a new central heating system, part re-wiring, replacement of the windows, fascias, re-ridging of the roof, replacement kitchen, bathrooms; installation of 3 multi fuel burners; new velux windows; complete re-decoration throughout and also exposing and restoring the period features. Ty Mawr is now a house fit for the 21st century and is very much a life style opportunity for potential buyers to enjoy a period house with modern comforts.

The cottage garden to the front compliments the main residence, well stocked with a variety of shrubs and plants together with private seating areas.

There is also a useful barn with potential for further conversion subject to receiving the necessary consents.

Ty Mawr, once the main farm in Carno, is centrally situated in the village adjacent to the Parish Church. Carno benefitting from a good community spirit having a village shop, primary school, public house & community

/sports centre and is convenient to a number of towns and villages especially the coastal resort of Aberdovey.

Viewing is recommended to appreciate this substantial dwelling which extends to 385 sq m together with its cottage garden.


Ground floor:

Front Entrance Porch

Front Entrance Hall

with oak staircase to first floor, radiator, flagged floor, understairs store cupboard with the original large key cobbled floor


6.16 x 3.65 (20'3 x 12'0 )

Oak floorboards, multi fuel stove, window to front & rear, bookshelves, 2 radiators

Inner Hall

Radiator, flagged & cobbled floor, 2 pairs of wall lights

Sitting Room

6.53 x 4.79 (21'5 x 15'9 )

Multi fuel stove in stone chimney with oak beam over, built cupboards to either side, oak floorboards, 2 radiators, bookshelves


with w.c., pedestal wash basin, radiator, tiled floor & walls

Dining Hall

6.32 x 3.72 (20'9 x 12'2 )

With multi fuel burner in large inglenook with substantial oak beam over, oak stairs to first floor, black & red quarry tiled floor, upvc double glazed french doors to garden


6.26 x 3.42 (20'6 x 11'3 )

With modern light oak units comprising base, wall, glazed display wall cupboards, worktop surfaces, central island, recess for microwave, Rangemaster range gas cooker with extractor hood over, recess for dishwasher, inset 1 bowl sink unit, beamed ceiling, picture window to view of church, part tiled walls, integrated fridge/freezer

Side Entrance Lobby

With staircase down to

Cellar/Wine Room

4.22 x 3.28 (13'10 x 10'9 )

With original cobbled floor, wine racks

From Entrance Lobby stairs up to

Utility Room

4.09 x 3.35 (13'5 x 11'0 )

with double drainer sink unit, plumbed for washing machine, radiator, twin gas fired central heating boilers on a split system

First floor:

approached from the main entrance hall


Feature landing window with views towards the church, staircase to second floor

Guest Suite with Sitting/Dressing Room

3.66 x 3.33 (12'0 x 10'11 )

Radiator, wood effect flooring, marble fire surround, door through to

Bedroom 2

3.52 x 2.73 (11'7 x 8'11 )

Oak effect flooring, radiator

Master Bedroom

6.51 x 3.84 (21'4 x 12'7 )

Built in double wardrobe, oak effect flooring, 2 radiators

En Suite Bathroom

3.52 x 2.31 (11'7 x 7'7 )

Roll top bath with ball & claw feet, w.c., double walk-in shower cubicle, tile effect flooring, wash basin, radiator, part tiled walls, heated towel rail


3.45 x 2.29 (11'4 x 7'6 )

With roll top bath with ball & claw feet, mixer shower tap, w.c., pedestal wash basin, glazed shower cubicle, heated towel rail, radiator

Second floor:

Landing/Study Area

With velux window

Attic Bedroom 4

5.46 x 3.43 (17'11 x 11'3 )

(currently used as a gym) with wood effect flooring, velux window

Attic Bedroom 3

6.45 x 6.27 (21'2 x 20'7 )

2 built in wardrobes, 2 velux windows, exposed beams, oak floorboards

Approached from the Dining Hall

First floor:

Bedroom 5

6.21 x 3.74 (20'4 x 12'3 )

Oak effect laminate flooring, window to front & rear views, vaulted ceiling, radiator

Inner Lobby

Jack & Jill Cloakroom

With w.c., pedestal wash basin, radiator, door through to

Rear Bedroom 6

5.14 x 3.65 (16'10 x 12'0 )

With oak effect flooring, cast iron & marble fire surround, vaulted ceiling, radiator


Ample parking is provided in front of the

Double Car Port 4.88 x 4.73 (16'0 x 15'6 )

Adjoining Stone Barn formerly Stables 8.54 x 4.72 (28'0 x 15'6 ) with 4 stalls and pitched stone flooring. Providing superb storage or potential for conversion to holiday lets/studio/annexe subject to receiving necessary consents.

Adjoining small Workshop and Woodstore

Charming gardens with paved seating area and a wealth of mature shrubs, trees, bushes & borders, stone pillars & partly bordered with a Welsh stone wall

Garden frontage extends to approx 29 metres with a depth of 11.5 metres.

This private garden in its stone enclosed walls includes a number of seating areas including decking and arbour


Electricity, mains gas, water & drainage connected.

Gas fired central heating.

NB The services, flues and appliances have not been tested and no warranty is provided with regard to their condition



Council Tax:

Band 'G' (online enquiry)

Energy Performance Certificate:

A full copy of the EPC is available on request or by following the link below:


To View:

By arrangement with the agents


From Newtown, take the A489 for 6 miles turning right to Caersws. Proceed through the village continuing on the A470 to Carno. On passing the 40 mph speed restriction signs, take the first right into Ffordd Dol Llyn, turn left into Post Office Lane and then proceed to the very end where the property is located on the right hand side.

Website for the House:

For more photographs and information see the owners website - www.tymawrcarno.wordpress.com

Money Laundering Regulations:

On putting forward an offer to purchase you will be required to produce adequate identification to prove your identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 came into force 26th June 2017). Appropriate examples: Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.

MMP Survey Department:

If you are not buying through MMP then why not let our qualified surveyors inspect and report on the home you are buying before you complete the purchase.

We are able to undertake RICS HomeBuyer Reports and RICS Condition Reports that will provide you with a comment on any significant defects or repair items. For further information contact - Robert Thomas MRICS (Tel 01970 625020)


To view a complete listing of properties available For Sale or To Let please view our website: www.morrismarshall.co.uk. Our site enables you to print full sales/rental particulars, book viewings, register your requirements on our mailing list and arrange a valuation of your property.


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