Converted from a former Chapel and Sunday School, this property is full of character. A Welsh glazed door leads into a vast open plan sitting/living room which is light and spacious with a vaulted ceiling, through to an open plan kitchen / dining room.
Most of the hamlet is high upon a ridge overlooking Cwmtwrch and most of the houses are over 900 feet above sea level. The majority of the houses date from the 1930s and were built by the local authority, then Glamorgan, now Neath Port Talbot council to house coal miners for a local colliery that has since been closed and returned to countryside. The village has been described as "a giant family".