A seventeenth century, five-bedroom property in Llandrindod Wells has been put on the market at a price of nearly £650,000.

A large property within a spacious garden in Llanwrthwl near Llandrindod Wells has gone up for sale at a price of £648,000, offering five bedrooms and a self-contained one bedroom apartment, as well as an array of outbuildings.

The detached house dates back to the seventeenth century and sits on 1.8 acres of land.

Estate agents Morris, Marshall & Poole describes the property as: “A delightful seventeenth century five bedroom well-appointed character property of great charm with an additional self contained one bedroom annexe (the Loft).


“Enjoying spacious gardens and grounds in total extending to approximately 1.8 acres all with far reaching views over the spectacular scenery of the lower Elan Valley and Mid-Wales countryside.”

Describing the self-contained apartment, they added: “The Loft is a fully equipped, self-contained annexe situated above the open fronted Coach House. It boasts a separate entrance, an open-plan layout, and an attractive vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers.

“The apartment comprises a kitchen/dining/lounge area, a bedroom with a four-poster bed, and a recently refurbished shower room with WC. It is sold with all fixtures, fittings, and most furnishings are included in the sale price.”

County Times: Kitchen and dining room in a detached house in Llanwrthwl, Powys.

County Times: The lounge of a seventeenth century house in Llanwrthwl, Powys.

County Times: The oak staircase in a seventeenth century house in Llanwrthwl, Powys.

Within the main building, as well as the five bedrooms and apartment, the house features a reception hall, dining room, rear entrance lobby, lounge and conservatory.

Outbuildings on the property include a double garage, a stable, tack room, original ty bach and greenhouse.

Describing the grounds, Morris, Marshall and Poole added: “The property features landscaped gardens with mature flower beds, herbaceous shrubs, and trees, along with stone walls adorned with wildflowers.

“The gardens are maintained to enhance habitat diversity and attract wildlife. Multiple seating areas offer panoramic views. The front garden includes a gravel parking area, lawn, and a pond teeming with amphibians and insects.

County Times: A greenhouse on a seventeenth century property in Llanwrthwl, Powys.

“A separate fruit and vegetable garden boasts raised beds and a greenhouse. The original Ty Bach serves as potential tool storage.

“The side garden contains fruit trees, shrubs, and a patio, with mown pathways promoting wildflower growth.

"Beyond lies a meadow area with mown pathways and a bench for enjoying countryside views.”