Ty Sion Watcyn represents an opportunity to purchase a rare unaltered example of an Elizabethan townhouse believed to have its origins sometime before 1570 and marked on the 1587 survey of Crickhowell when owned by Sion Watcyn ap Richard a burgess of Crickhowell. The property was carefully restored to conservation standards in 1997 including new roof, rewiring and replumbing. There are a multitude of restored historic features in the property including oak mullioned windows with iron casements and leaded glass, inglenook fireplaces, beam and joist ceilings, studded oak doors etc. The property, which is Grade II Listed, offers two principal bedrooms, two reception rooms, a kitchen / breakfast room, bathroom etc. Outside there is an area of stone walled flagstone front courtyard and a parking space. Crickhowell is a popular Brecon Beacons National Park market town and Ty Sion Watcyn is situated just a short walk from the High Street with its range of local shops and amenities.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.55m x 4.40m
Inner Hall 4.0m x 2.85m
Store Room/Workshop 4.20m x 3.85m
Lounge 5.65m x 4.20m
Sitting Room 4.65m x 4.40m max
Bathroom 3.10m x 2.20m max
Bedroom 1 4.45m x 3.40m
Bedroom 2 3.15m x 3.05m
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