Kinsley Road, Knighton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
A charming period cottage on the fringes of the popular border town with gardens and off road parking. The cottage has many wonderful features with exposed stone walls, wood burning stove and fireplaces. The cottage is perfectly placed for accessing the towns amenities and surrounding countryside with Kinsley Wood directly behind you and the Offas Dyke just up the road.


Myrtle Villa is a charming detached cottage, tucked away under Kinsley Wood, on the fringes of the border town of Knighton with two bedrooms, two reception rooms and has gardens and off road parking. With many wonderful features throughout this cottage is perfect as a cosy home with potential for expansion. Complimented by a south facing cottage garden, with off road parking.

Property description

The front door opens into an enclosed glazed porch before entering the cottage where the inner door leads into the hall with original doors leading off to the ground floor accommodation. The living room has a window overlooking the garden, oak flooring, exposed stone walls and a fireplace that could have a multi fuel stove installed. Across the hall is the dining room that has a fireplace with Clearview stove installed and two storage cupboards. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units, space for appliances, vinyl floor and partly exposed stone walls showing the age of the cottage. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, with wooden floors, exposed stone work and an ornamental fireplace in bedroom one. The bathroom has been refurbished by the current owner to offer a four piece white suite with large bath and separate shower.

Gardens and parking

From the gate leading through to a path leading around to the front door with a roped border. Off the back of the house a decked area that overlooks the lower level of garden and is perfect for a table and chairs. The lower level has an area of lawn and has mature shrubs and plants along the borders. The cottage has a parking space for a vehicle with a gate leading through into the garden.


Located on the fringes of the popular market town of Knighton or Tref y Clawdd - the town on the Dyke, is Kinsley Road with access to the railway station on the Heart of Wales line from Swansea to Shrewsbury, there are new hop on/hop off walks being introduced in the Welsh hills. 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 good facilities including a Leisure Centre, a hardware store, butchers, music shop and unique café's. There is also a Co-Op supermarket. A livestock market is still held in the town and there are rugby, football and golf clubs as well as many other social clubs. The town is famous for having one foot in Wales (Powys) and one foot in England (Shropshire) the boundary being the River Teme.


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

Please note the property had a new Ideal boiler installed in 2021 and uPVC double glazing.

01432 507160

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