Perth Y Duon or its literal translation ''Dean's Wood' is a superb traditional cottage known to date back to the late 1700's when it formed part of the Cawdor estate when it is thought to have been part of farm of around 159 acres. It is understood that the property was originally 2 and was at some time used for religious services. The property is now a delightful period home full of character which includes exposed timber work including some of the original roof timbers and lovely deep inglenook fireplace which forms a particular feature of one of the reception rooms. The property now enjoys double glazing and an oil fired central heating system together with 2 eco multi-fuel wood burning stoves, a beautifully fitted kitchen and offering lovely presentation throughout. It stands in spacious gardens with a large parking area and garage together with beautiful ornamental pond over which is a beautiful seating area from where there are views over the Upper Towy valley. The substantial gardens offer a great selection of trees, shrubs and including a natural stream running along one boundary.LOCATION
Situated close to the Upper Towy valley village of Rhandirmwyn known for its beautiful scenery and deep valleys. The area is surrounded almost entirely by agricultural land and forestry associated with the southerly foothills of the Cambrian mountains. Rhandirmwyn enjoys a small church, public house, whilst the large market town of Llandovery approximately 8 miles offers a more comprehensive choice of shopping facilities with great access in a easterly and westerly directions towards Brecon and Carmarthen respectively. Llandovery also enjoys the Heart of Wales Railway line running from Shrewsbury to Swansea giving great connections thereon to London.WALK INSIDE
A quaint covered porch leads to a part glazed stable door which in turn provides access into the traditional cottage style kitchen with an extensive range of floor and wall units including cupboard and drawer space, recess for cooker with cooker hood over, attractive quarry tiled flooring which extends rearwards into the utility area and windows overlooking garden to the distant mountains. The rear hall provides access into a utility room where there is an oil fired grant boiler and recess for washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a small pantry cupboard with fitted shelving and the bathroom having a large shower cubicle, low level w.c., wash basin with cupboard under and attractive quarry tiled flooring. The sitting room has a lovely beamed ceiling, recessed fireplace with fitted wood burning stove and stone features, window to front overlooking the valley and a deep recessed opening leading into a further sitting room/reception room which has a deep recessed inglenook fireplace with feature bread oven, wood burning stove, exposed timbers, windows with views in both directions up and over the valley and stable door to front.
A lovely timber staircase leads to a small first floor landing. To the right a master bedroom with original trussed roof timbers and ceiling line following the shape of the roof, 2 windows each having superb views through the Rhandirmwyn Valley onto the rugged terrain beyond, attractive wooden window cills, 3 built-in cupboards, small en-suite, w.c. closet having w.c, and wash basin. On the opposite side of the landing is the second bedroom, also a double room currently with twin beds, having windows to front and rear and exposed roof trusses.WALK OUTSIDE
Perth Y Duon stands in spacious gardens largely laid to lawn with a great selection of bushes, trees and shrubs together with small garden stores, greenhouse, beautiful ornamental pond and a spacious parking and turning area alongside the garage block with workshop.NOTE
There is a public foot path running along one boundary of the property adjacent to the public highway.