Large living and outdoor space is in demand for homebuyers

With demand for properties with large amounts of living space, gardens and access to the countryside on the rise, homes like Cefn Broniarth in Mid Wales are typical of those being snapped up.


The four-bedroom property, just two miles from the village of Guilsfield, near Welshpool, Powys not only has large living space, it comes with gardens and a paddock amounting to 4.3 acres.


“With more people working from home there has been a rise in demand for properties with large amounts of family living space, as well outdoor areas and gardens,” said Rob Hudson, a Partner at Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd.


“Areas such as those surrounding Guilsfield have always been popular due to the close proximity to the Shropshire border and access to Oswestry and Shrewsbury, and further on to the North West and Midlands.”


Extended with large living space and adjoining paddocks


Cefn Broniarth is a detached, four-bedroom property that has been extended. It includes adjoining outbuildings, large and spacious gardens and adjoining paddocks.


This is in addition to the surrounding countryside views.


“The property has the opportunity to be extended in the future and the paddocks could be used for equestrian or livestock purposes,” said Mr Hudson.


The property is on the market at £450,000. An additional paddock extending to 2.98 acres is also available through a separate sale.


More details can be found at or emailing or telephone 01938 554818.


MMP/NL can undertake a free appraisal of a property and market it to potential buyers throughout the UK through its online marketing tools and being a member of the Guild of Property Professionals.


MMP/NL has offices in eight towns, including Newtown, Oswestry, Aberystwyth, Welshpool, Llanidloes, Rhayader, Tywyn, Machynlleth and a showroom at Aberdyfi. It also has a specialist Rural Team based at Welshpool Livestock Sales and an associate office in London.


For more information, contact one of its local offices by visiting