A historic, Grade II listed Welsh cottage has been put on the market for the first time in its history.

A traditional wooden cottage on the Gregynog Estate, near Newtown, is up for sale for the first time in its long history, with a guide price of £350,000 or more.

Set in the heart of a National Nature Reserve, the property sits on two acres of pastureland and also features a barn with original cobbled flooring, original feed troughs attached to the main house.

Estate agents McCartney’s said: “On the market for the first time in its history is this traditional Welsh Cottage on the historical Gregynog Estate.

“This superb, Grade II Listed property gives the new owner a unique chance to turn the property into something truly special.


“Internally, the cottage briefly comprises of a living room, kitchen with pantry/utility room, three bedrooms and a bathroom.

“Externally there is an attached log store as well as an attached barn providing an opportunity for the new owner to create a new, very impressive family home next to Gregynog's Great Wood and on a SSSI and National Nature Reserve site.”

The cottage contains a living room with two-tone original quarry tiled flooring, ceiling timbers and a window to the front aspect, as well as a wood burner set on a slate hearth.

The property also features a kitchen and pantry, as well as three bedrooms.