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  • Farm for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    4 1 1

    Roger Parry and Partners are favoured with instructions to market Aithnen Ganol as a whole or as 6 lots. The property consists of a Grade II listed, stone property. The property has a garden ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Detached house for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    4 1 1

    Roger Parry and Partners are favoured with instructions to market Aithnen Ganol as a whole or as 6 lots. The property consists of a Grade II listed, stone property. The property has a garden ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Detached house for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    4 2 3

    **view the virtual walk through tour** Town and Country Oswestry are delighted to offer to the market this stunning four bedroom country cottage situated in the beautiful welsh countryside ... read more

    Town & Country

    Town & Country

  • Land for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    **lot 3** - The land is all laid to pasture and is gently undulating. The land is all in good heart with much of the land lying in a ring fence around the two farmsteads (with access off ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Detached house for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    2 1 1

    Town and Country Oswestry are absolutely delighted to offer to the market this charming two bedroom detached country cottage set in a secluded location with far reaching views across the open ... read more

    Town & Country

    Town & Country

  • Detached house for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    4 1 1

    **lot 1** - A Grade II listed traditional farmhouse in a wonderful rural setting with spectacular views over the Powys countryside. The property dates from mid C17 and was encased in ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Farm for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    4 1 1

    **lot 1** - A Grade II listed traditional farmhouse in a wonderful rural setting with spectacular views over the Powys countryside. The property dates from mid C17 and was encased in ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Farm for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    **lot 2** - Aithnen Fach is accessed over the driveway off Ystryd Y Ceunant with the initial section being shared with Aithnen Ganol and the remainder is solely for the benefit of Aithnen ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Detached house for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    **lot 2** - Aithnen Fach is accessed over the driveway off Ystryd Y Ceunant with the initial section being shared with Aithnen Ganol and the remainder is solely for the benefit of Aithnen ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Land for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    **lot 5** - A ring-fenced parcel of land with excellent access directly onto the B4396 as well as the adjoining minor road. The fields are fenced for cattle/ livestock, and some fields are ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Land for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    **lot 4** - A ring-fenced parcel of land with excellent access directly onto the B4396 as well as the adjoining minor road. The fields are fenced for cattle/ livestock, and some fields are ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

  • Land for sale

    Llanfechain SY22

    **lot 6** - A ring-fenced parcel of land with excellent access directly off Ystryd Y Ceunant, as well as the adjoining minor road. The fields are fenced for cattle/ livestock, and some fields ... read more

    Roger Parry and Partners

    Roger Parry and Partners

Living in Llanfechain: the local area guide

Llanfechain is a tiny village located in the picturesque Cain Valley at the northern end of the Welsh county of Powys. Llanfechain could be just what you are looking for if you are considering relocating somewhere quiet, or even if you just want a holiday bolt hole you can retreat to every now and then.

The village is an incredibly tight-knit community, but there is no need to be intimidated – as visitors and newcomers will find that the residents are all incredibly friendly and welcoming.

Llanfechain is home to a number of historical buildings, all of which add to the charm of this quaint little village. Arguably the most prominent of all historical buildings in Llanfechain is St Garmon’s parish church – which was built in Norman times. Today, it still retains a number of its original features, as well as a few additions picked up throughout its almost 1,000 year lifespan. It is currently a Grade 2 listed historical building.

Demographics

The Census of 2011 revealed that there were 465 people living in Llanfechain at the time. Rather unusually, this figure means that in the 10 years since the previous Census was conducted (2001), the population of Llanfechain has shrunk by 56 people.

The 465 residents currently living in Llanfechain are divided up into roughly 230 different households. As you would expect in a small village where space is abundant, the majority of these households are fully-detached properties.

Home ownership figures are rather impressive in Llanfechain. The 2011 Census revealed that around 50% of households are owned outright, while an additional 22% own their home with some form of loan or mortgage.

Education

Parents of primary school aged children will only have one school to choose from. The village school is known as Llanfechain Church in Wales School – or, alternatively, Ysgol Llanfechain – and is currently attended by roughly 35 children between the ages of 4 and 11.

The school offers children large open space, and a school ethos that focuses on family and community values. While most of the children who attend the school each day are from the village itself, there are a small number of students who come in from the surrounding villages of Llanfyllin, Llanyblodwel and Llansantffraid.

Unfortunately, teenage students will have to travel elsewhere in order to attend school, as Llanfechain does not have a secondary level school of its own. The nearest secondary institute to the village is Llanfyllin High School – which is a 10-minute drive away from Llanfechain.

There are presently 851 students enrolled at Llanfyllin between the ages of 11 and 18. In terms of student performance, the school performs relatively well on a national level. 97% achieve the Level 3 threshold – which is equivalent to two A -Levels. The national average for achieving the Level 3 threshold is 96%.

Transport

There is a reason behind why 91% of households in Llanfechain own at least one car – public transport in the village is almost non-existent. There is no train station in village, and bus services are incredibly limited - but don’t let that scare you off!

Travelling to the south-west, the 72, 72A and 74 buses are able to take commuters as far as Llanfyllin. Heading in the opposite direction towards the north-east, the 72 and 72A buses travel to Oswestry, while the 74 bus carries on to Ford and Shrewsbury.

However, if you do decide to relocate here, a car will come in handy as the A490, A483, B4391 and B4393 are situated nearby, and allow motorists to access much of the region with ease.

Amenities and shopping

Newcomers to Llanfechain will quickly find that the Llanfechain Community Shop is a hub of the community. The store has no paid employees, and is run by members of the public on a voluntary basis. Here you will be able to purchase general grocery items such as milk, bread, meat, newspapers and fruit and vegetables.

Those who are looking for a drink after a day’s work will find just what they are looking for at the Plas-yn-Dinas pub. Operating out of a 17th century, half-timbered building, Plas-yn-Dinas offers up great food and drink, as well as a welcoming homely feel. The building is also a Grade 2 listed building!

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