Llangunllo, Knighton


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  • Bedrooms: 6
Impressive & Extended Detached Country Residence Set On Fringe Of Village No Immediate Neighbours Stunning Rural Views Versatile 6 Bed Accommodation Large 50 Square Metre Living Room Excellent Detached Studio/Home Office Set In 6 ACRES of Woodland, Formal Gardens & Grounds Range Of Outbuildings Including Garaging & Barn Viewing Highly Recommended


Set in a stunning and tranquil rural location on the fringe of the charming village of Llangunllo, nestled in the hills midway along the Welsh Marches near the market town of Knighton. The Glyndwr Way passes through the village with The Greyhound Inn forming a social hub of this active local community. The village station which has rail links to London. The village is served by buses to local state and private schools. Knighton is a border market town which offers a range of everyday facilities including supermarket and primary school. The historic town of Ludlow is 16 miles and the Spa town of Llandrindod Wells is 18 miles.


Little HenCefn is a most impressive and well presented country residence commanding a wonderful position on the fringe of the village of Llungunllo, being extremely private with no immediate neighbours yet within minutes of the village. The current owners have significantly extended and renovated the property to offer generous accommodation with six bedrooms, all benefiting from en-suite facilities, large 50 square metre living room, dining hall, kitchen/breakfast room, study, detached studio and garaging. All set in an enviable elevated position with wonderful unspoilt countryside views and surrounded by its own extensive formal gardens and woodlands extending to approximately six acres.

From the driveway a path leads to the front door which opens to the enclosed porch and leads into the dining hall with porcelain tiled flooring, oak staircase and doors off to various ground floor rooms. The family kitchen/breakfast room is a lovely light room with feature wood burning stove forming a focal point a comprehensive range of matching base and wall units, worktops with tiled splash backs and Leisure Range Cooker, integrated appliances and door leading out to the front. Off the kitchen is a door leading into the study and a further door from the kitchen into the utility room which has space for fridge freezer and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. A further door leads to a generous rear porch/boot room providing excellent additional storage. From the dining side of the breakfast Kitchen is a door into a shower room which doubles as a cloakroom and an en-suite into bedroom 6.

Crossing the dining hall at the other end of the property is the older part of the cottage where there are two double bedrooms, both benefiting from en-suite facilities plus a useful under stairs storage which houses the oil fired boiler.

An oak staircase from the dining hall leads up to the first floor landing which open to the most impressive and spacious 50 square metre family living room, with the most delightful views over the neighbouring countryside, a perfect room for entertaining with a feature wood burning stove creating a focal point. At the far end there is a W/C cloakroom, door to airing cupboard, patio doors onto the gardens to the rear and door leading to the main bedroom. The main bedroom is a lovely spacious double bedroom with a door to the rear with steps down to the driveway and also benefiting from a fantastic en-suite bathroom with separate shower.

Off the landing there is another handy storage cupboard and corridor leading to the two further bedrooms one double and one single both benefiting from en-suite shower rooms.


Within the grounds is an excellent detached studio or home office set in an elevated position and has a decked area off the front with far reaching views. It can be accessed independently from the house via the garden. There are two handy store rooms and a shower room at the rear of the studio.

From the driveway is a detached double garage which has a concrete base, with light and power and stairs leading up to a room with windows to the side and rear, again with light and power and could provide an additional office, studio or games room.

The property sits within approximately 6 acres of south facing gardens, woodland and grounds which have been landscaped and maintained by the current owners to create some wonderful formal gardens, there is a delightful feature pond with a paved seating area with stunning views and again a good variety of maturing shrubs and flowering plants plus greenhouse, shed and wood store. To the opposite side of the quiet lane is an additional 1.5 acre paddock which could be used for light grazing., there is a very peaceful 'Dell' with a meandering stream and a useful timber building ideal for wood working, The woodland has a variety of mature trees and is an oasis for Wildlife, offering a real slice of Peace and tranquillity.


Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.

Oil Fired Centrally Heated

Benefiting From High Quality Double Glazing


Council Tax Band: D


Powys County Council- general enquires - t. 01597 827460


Strictly by appointment. Please contact the agents on 01568 610600 before travelling to check viewing arrangements and availability.

Jackson Property (Leominster)

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The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked the legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.


On entering the village of Llangunllo from Knighton on the B4356 you will see The Greyhound Inn opposite the Memorial, Turn left immediately in front of the pub and follow the lane up the hill and out of the village and continue along this road where the property will be found on your right as indicated by the house name. We recommend you drive up the driveway and park by the garaging.



KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM - 26'1 x 12'4 (7.96m x 3.78m) max

DINING HALL - 19'2 x 14'1 (5.85m x 4.3m) max

STUDY - 9'2 x 6'1 (2.83m x 1.86m)

UTILITY - 8'5 x 8'0 (2.57m x 2.45m)

BEDROOM 4 - 12'4 x 8'5 (3.77m x 2.57m) max

BEDROOM 5 - 9'8 x 9'4 (2.95m x 2.86m)

BEDROOM 6 - 9'9 x 8'0 (2.99m x 2.45m)


LIVING ROOM - 35'6 x 19'2 (10.83m x 5.86m) max

BEDROOM 1 - 19'2 x 13'3 (5.86m x 4.04m)

BEDROOM 2 - 12'5 x 9'6 (3.80m x 2.90m)

BEDROOM 3 - 9'7 x 9'4 (2.93m x 2.86m)


STUDIO - 22'1 x 16'4 (6.75m x 5.00m)

GARAGE ROOM - 19'0 x 10'11 (5.8m x 3.33m)

BARN - 19'8 x 10'9 (6.00m x 3.30m)

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