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MACHYNLLETH

16 Maengwyn Street
Machynlleth
SY20 8DT
Tel:
01654 702472
Email: machynlleth@morrismarshall.co.uk

Opening hours: Monday - Friday; 9.00am - 5.00pm.   
Saturday: 9.00am - 12.00noon

Meet Our Machynlleth Team

I have been involved with Estate Agency for 40 years having started with a family firm of Auctioneers & Estate Agents in Welshpool. I was a partner with local firm Shearer and Morris until our amalgamation in 2012 with Morris Marshall and Poole. I am a qualified Architectural Technician and have been a Member of the National Federation of Property Professionals since 1985. I am a Partner of Morris Marshall & Poole and able to advise you on Residential Sales and Letting matters. I work from Newtown and Machynlleth Offices and am a Past Chairman Governor of Ysgol Meifod, having been a School Governor for 16 years, Secretary of Meifod Tennis Club and Committee Secretary of Meifod Recreation Committee. Currently I am Chairman of Meifod Show & Sports and Vice Chairman of Meifod Football Club.
N Paul Evans

N Paul Evans (FNAEA) Partner

Residential and Commercial Department Based at: 18 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8DT
paul@morrismarshall.co.uk
01654 702 472 / 07977 049854

Glenys Halls
Glenys Halls

Glenys Halls

Residential Department
Based at: 18 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8DT
01654 702 472

Jill Fletcher
Jill Fletcher

Jill Fletcher

Residential Department
Based at: 18 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8DT
01654 702 472

Nicola Green
Nicola Green

Nicola Green

Lettings Department
Based at: 18 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8DT
01654 702 472

Tina Jones
Tina Jones

Tina Jones

Residential Department
Based at: 18 Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8DT
01654 702 472

 

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About Machynlleth

This historic town sits near the mouth of the Dyfi estuary in an area of outstanding natural beauty and diversity. In order to celebrate and protect this unique environment it has been made one of only two UNESCO Biosphere Reserve sites in the UK. Machynlleth is an ancient settlement with evidence of human activity dating back to the early Bronze Age. The town was granted a Royal Charter in 1291 to hold a market on Wednesdays and two fairs every year, the Wednesday town market is still a busy and well supported event today. It has a special role in Welsh history because of its connection with Owain Glyndwr who rebelled against the English during the reign of King Henry IV. Glyndwr was crowned Prince of Wales in 1404 near the Parliament House, which is one of three mediaeval houses in Machynlleth and he held his own Parliament in the town. He held his last parliament in the nearby village of Pennal. It is thought that after the rebellion floundered, Owain went into hiding in the area around Machynlleth.

 

 

The town is the home of The Museum of Modern Art. The Tabernacle opened in 1986 and the Trust has built up a permanent collection of works by artists from 1900 with the emphasis on artists living or working in Wales. Currently there are over 280 works in the collection displayed on  a rotational basis. The Dyfi Osprey Project is based on the nearby Cors Dyfi Nature Reserve, opened by the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust in 2009 the visitor centre and 360 tower hide offers visitor a chance to watch the rare and beautiful Ospreys on their nest in the summer months.

 

 

Local Authority

Powys County Council. Spa Road East, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG

powys.gov.uk

01597 826000

School

Ysgol Bro Hyddgen is a new school based on two sites in the town for children aged 4 to 18.

 

Transport

 

The Town is located on the A487 main West Wales coast road about 18 Miles from Aberystywth on the coast and 38 miles from the border town of Welshpool. Machynlleth Railway Station in on the main Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth line, this provides access to the national rail network and northwards to Pwllheli.

 

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