Church Street, KNIGHTON, Knighton, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 4
The impressive and grand front door, which is as grand as another famous No. 10, opens in to a delightful Grade II Listed Georgian town house, with four bedrooms, garden, off road parking and inside is still left with many original features, fireplaces, flooring which makes this a MUST VIEW property. Sold with NO ONWARD CHAIN.


Occupying a prominent position just off the town centre of Tref y Clawdd is this delightful Grade II Listed Georgian property which has been tastefully decorated in keeping with its period and has a great view down Wylcwm Street and onto Stonewall Hill beyond. The property has a wealth of period features such as the sash windows, shutters, fireplaces, flooring, a beautiful entrance door with a traceried fanlight above which opens into a fantastic hall with original staircase and doors off the hall.

The accommodation comprises: entrance hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility, WC, cellar, landing, four double bedrooms and bathroom.

Property description

The impressive front door, very much in keeping with its period, takes you into the elegant entrance hall with the original staircase, french doors opening to the garden, and doors off to the various accommodation including access the cellar. The living room has sash windows, shutters, ceiling rose, beautiful feature marble fireplace with an open fire and useful shelving set back to the side of the fireplace. The dining room has original wooden flooring, sash window with shutters, another marble open fire with an intricate cast iron hearth and built in cupboards have been designed either side of the fireplace to allow plenty of storage. The kitchen can be access off the hall or from the dining room and has an Indian slate floor, a gas Rangemaster oven, a lovely grey fitted kitchen with a granite worktop and integrated dishwasher and fridge. To the rear of the hall and under the stairs is a door with steps leading down to the cellar, which allows a generous amount of storage and further scope for development(subject to necessary permissions and regulations being obtained), From the hall again, is an original door leading to the utility with cream units, space for appliances, a door to the garden and also off this room a WC and the boiler.

The first floor has a lovely landing area with a little window overlooking the rear garden. The bathroom has cream tiled flooring a roll top bath, shower, sink and airing cupboard, adjacent to the bathroom is a separate toilet. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobe and a wonderful view across the town and Teme Valley. The second bedroom also a double has fitted wardrobes and bedroom three also with a front aspect is a double room. The fourth bedroom currently set up as an office, has fitted wardrobes and cupboard space has a view to the rear of the garden.

Gardens and parking

Steps lead up from the french doors to a walled garden at the rear which has pretty flower borders and a hedge making it private. There is a patio perfect for a table and chairs for al fresco dining and access at the side of the garden to a useful covered area which is handy for storing garden implements and a good amenity space with a door takes you to the car port and another door to the utility.


All mains services are connected with mains gas heating. Powys County Council tax band F £2119.07 2018/2019.


The property is located in the heart of Knighton (Tref y Clawdd) near St Edwrads Church in the conservation area. Knighton 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.

Agents notes

Prospective purchasers are advised that the property is Grade II Listed building and is located in a conservation area.


From our office on Broad Street proceed up the hill and turn right opposite the Clock Tower and proceed down Church Street and the property is on the left hand side as indicated by our For Sale board.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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