Church Road, Knighton, Powys

£125,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A delightful cottage tucked away just off the town centre of the border town of Knighton with two bedrooms. The cottage is quite deceptive with its quaint frontage which opens into a well proportioned period cottage and also enjoys a courtyard garden to the rear. Offered for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Introduction

A mid terraced stone cottage tucked away just off the town centre of Knighton with two bedrooms, large Inglenook fireplace and a courtyard garden to the rear. Knighton is a small market town tucked away in the Welsh Marches on the border with England and enjoys beautiful countryside right on your doorstep.

The accommodation comprises: entrance hall, shower room, living room, kitchen/breakfast room and two bedrooms.

Property description

The front door leads into the hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the living room and shower room. The living room is a good sized room with laminate floor, door to an under stair cupboard and the feature Inglenook fireplace with inset solid fuel stove. Double glazed doors lead through the kitchen/breakfast room with a quarry tiled floor, traditional wooden wall and base units and space for an oven and a Belfast sink. There is a pantry just off the kitchen and a door leads through out in the courtyard garden.

On the first floor there are two bedrooms, with the main bedroom to the rear and having a view of the garden. There is a also a handy airing cupboard and a new gas fired boiler installed in Dec 2019.

Gardens and parking

The property has a private courtyard garden to the rear with steps leading up to a raised patio area, flower beds to the side and two storage sheds to the rear.

On street parking is available near by.

Location

The property is located just off the town centre of Knighton (Tref y Clawdd) within the conservation area which is located in Mid Wales, and is a market town within the historic county boundary of Radnorshire, lying on the river Teme, with a railway station on the Heart of Wales line. The Offas Dyke footpath is a 177 mile National Trail footpath that closely follows the England/Wales border. It opened in 1971 from Prestatyn to Chepstow with Knighton sitting at the half way point with a visitors centre. Knighton has a primary school, supermarket, leisure centre and many other smaller independent shops. The larger market town of Ludlow, 16 miles has a wider variety of facilities and hosts the famous Ludlow Food Festival. The larger Spa town of Llandrindod Wells, 18 miles offers a further wider range of facilities.

Services

All mains services are connected. Powys County Council Tax Band B

Agents notes

The property is offered for sale as a Freehold.

Directions

From our office on Broad Street turn right on to Church Street, follow the road to the bottom by the Church and follow the road around to the right. The property is located after a short distance on the right hand side.

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