5 generous double bedrooms
2 bathrooms, one with shower, one with bath
Kitchen with oak worktop and stone flagged floor, freezer, fridge and
Large living room with boarded floor, huge inglenook fireplace with
wood burning stove in double height space with full height window to
southwest, stair to gallery with access to main bedroom and bathroom
on first floor and stair to two bedrooms on second floor. There is a
second fireplace on ground floor with an ornamental Godin cast iron
stove. First floor bedroom and rear second floor bedroom also have
A wide corridor leads off the living room to two further double
bedrooms and a bathroom on the ground floor.
Beautiful gardens surround the house, there is an ancient spring with
stone dressing well, a pond and grass walks through the trees, a lawn
surrounded by rhodedendrons which flower in May and june.
The original house of Llwyncor was probably an early ‘hafod’ or long house.
This was later extended over the centuries, once in 1781 by the social reformer Llewelyn David and again in 1873.
Consequently ithe property connects directly to the old network of green tracks which make it easy to walk without the need of a car.