A 19th century riverside cottage in a Powys has recently been put on the market with a guide price of over £600,000.

A cottage dating back to the 1800s, located in Llawr-y-Glyn, a hamlet near Caersws and seven miles from Llanidloes, is currently up for sale with an asking price of £675,000.

The cottage reportedly retains many original features with the possibility of extensions and features four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a dining room complete with a woodburning stove.


According to estate agents Morris, Marshall and Poole, the cottage makes for a “charming” property and is “set in a delightful rural location with river frontage”.

They said: “A delightful 19th century Welsh stone cottage/smallholding with later additions in an idyllic rural setting with river frontage.

County Times: Dining room of a cottage in Llawr-Y-Glyn, Powys.

County Times: Living room of a cottage in Llawr-Y-Glyn, Powys.

“The property has attractive cottage gardens and grounds extending to 6.24 acres.

“The property retains character with exposed beams and has potential to be extended further subject to receiving the necessary approvals and consents.

“Situated in the pretty rural hamlet of Llawryglyn being approximately 0.7 miles from Llawryglyn itself and just under 3 miles from the village of Trefeglwys with village shop, public house, places of worship and primary school/community hall. The larger market town of Llanidloes is some 7 miles away.

“There are a number of local tourist attractions, being close to the Clywedog Reservoir, Sailing Club, Hafren Forest and within an hour of the coastal university town of Aberystwyth.”

County Times: An outside studio on the grounds of a cottage in Llawr-Y-Glyn, Powys.

As well as the cottage itself, the property also includes a garden room that serves as a workshop, as well as a separate studio or music room with electricity laid on.