Beguildy, Knighton, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A wonderfully quaint detached cottage in an elevated position just off the village of Beguildy with views over the surrounding countryside and walking right on your door step. The cottage has period features throughout, has been presented to a high standard and offers versatile and flexible accommodation. Sitting in gardens and grounds extending to approximately 0.5 acres, with a range of outbuildings this is a cottage not to be missed and VIEWING IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.


Church Cottage is a quintessential country cottage with a wealth of period features throughout and offers buyers the opportunity to own a perfect country cottage with its double frontage, gardens, outbuildings and wonderful views. The village of Beguildy is nestled in the upper Teme Valley and boasts incredible countryside, wonderful walks and road links to Newtown and Knighton.

The accommodation comprises: entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, study, utility area, four bedrooms, shower room, bathroom and a range of outbuildings.

Property description

The original front door leads through into the hallway with windows on either side and a flagstone floor leading through into the cottage. Original doors lead off to the various ground floor accommodation which includes utility area with a door leading down to the cellar which would be an ideal office/play room or snug. The living room is to the rear of the cottage with window seat overlooking the garden and fireplace with inset Clearview wood burning stove. The kitchen/dining room is a fantastic country kitchen with flag stone flooring, fireplace with Clearview wood burning stove, exposed beams, pantry, bespoke wooden cabinets and patio doors leading to the garden.

The stairs lead up to the landing with window overlooking the church to the front and original doors leading to the bedrooms and shower room. The main bedroom is a lovely light room with a dual aspect, original exposed floorboards and built in shelving. The two further bedrooms on this floor have views to the front and rear and are lovely cosy rooms. The shower room is fitted with a white suite, white tiling and has a separate WC. The second flight of stairs leads up to the attic room which is bedroom number four with Velux windows, exposed beams and a door leading into the bathroom with three piece suite with roll top bath.

Gardens and parking

Church Cottage has parking for a number of vehicles with a parking area to the bottom of the garden with a gate leading into the garden and then further parking between the cottage and the barns with double gates leading into the garden. The gardens extend to approximately half an acre and are split into several areas with a lovely orchard to the bottom with Warren Brook running through the garden and a secluded area with bench for enjoying the tranquil location. Off the back of the house is a raised patio area with table and chairs and then steps lead down the lawned area that runs down to the parking area which is interspersed with trees and shrubs. There are a mixture of sheds off the back of the workshop as well.

Detached barn

The cottage has a detached barn that is set up as a workshop and log store. The workshop is split into two rooms with a mezzanine level above the one end. There is light and power and a wood burner at the far end. The barn would lend itself to conversion (subject to necessary permissions) and would be a wonderful holiday let, annexe or home office.


The village of Beguildy benefits from a traditional pub, and has a village shop and post office and is situated 8 miles from Knighton (Tref y Clawdd) 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.


Mains water, electricity, oil fired heating and septic tank drainage. Powys County Council Tax Band E


From Knighton take the B4355 for approximately 8 miles and on entering the village of Beguildy, take the left straight after the village shop and follow the lane up the hill for approximately 50 yards and the property is on the left hand side opposite the church.

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Cobb Amos

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