Beguildy, Knighton


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This delightful detached stone cottage is located right in the heart of this pretty border village. Grounds with the property extend to approaching 1/2 an acre that include mature cottage gardens and orchard running down to a stream, there is also off road parking and large outbuilding whilst views from the property are over to the Welsh hills. Accommodation at the property which is full of charm and character boasts numerous period features that include flagstone flooring, exposed floorboards, timbered ceiling, feature fireplaces both having Clearview stoves fitted, oil fired heating, handmade kitchen units and hardwood double glazing. Viewing essential. No Onward Chain. EPC F

Attractive period Front Door with glazed upper section opens into

Reception Hall

With hardwood double glazed windows, flagstone floor and partly boarded floor. Attractive period doors lead off to

Living Room

4.26m x 3.80m (14'0 x 12'6 )

Having hardwood double glazed windows to both side and rear elevations with this lovely rural outlook, feature fireplace with Clearview stove fitted, attractive doored cupboard to side and window seat

Kitchen / Dining Room

5.86m x 3.61m (19'3 x 11'10 )

Having hardwood double glazed window to frontage and hardwood French doors to rear garden stepping onto patio where these breath taking views can be enjoyed. The Kitchen has a range of handmade units that have wood block work surfaces, Belfast style ceramic deep glazed sink unit, 4 ring electric hob with electric double oven below and extractor positioned above. To the side is an attractive fireplace with heavy beam over, flagstone hearth with Clearview stove fitted. There are ceiling timbers, partly beamed ceiling and useful Pantry cupboard with shelving and double glazed hardwood window to front side

Utility Area

Having hardwood double glazed window to frontage, flagstone and quarry tiled floor. Doored staircase down to


With small door and window to rear garden and the oil fired boiler is housed in here and heats domestic hot water and radiators.

First Floor Landing

With useful storage cupboard, double glazed hardwood window to frontage with a far reaching view across the Church and cemetery to the surrounding hills

Bedroom 1

4.21m x 3.50m (13'10 x 11'6 )

Having exposed floor boards, book shelving and 2 hardwood cased double glazed windows to rear elevation and the fine views

Bedroom 2

2.70m x 2.66m (8'10 x 8'9 )

Having hardwood cased double glazed window to rear elevation overlooking gardens

Bedroom 3

3.00m x 2.52m (9'10 x 8'3 )

Having hardwood cased double glazed window to frontage, exposed timber work. Built-in wardrobe cupboard and airing cupboard housing factory insulated hot water cylinder

Shower Room

Having hardwood cased double glazed window to frontage, corner shower cubicle with shower fitted and wash hand basin in white with tiled surrounds

Separate WC

Having hardwood cased double glazed window to rear and wc in white

Staircase rises to large

Attic Room

8.30m x 4.20m (27'3 x 13'9 )

Having 2 velux up and over roof windows to rear elevation, exposed timber work and trusses, storage cupboards and this area is divided by trusses into 3 sections so there is restricted head height and restricted access.


The property sits directly onto the lane with a delightful front door accessing the property. Sitting to the side is a driveway which provides parking. Double opening doors lead into the property's excellent outbuilding (4.77m x 11.70m) which would take a small car if desired, with concrete floor, 2 windows and door to rear garden. Then there is a larger second section of the building which has a sink unit, further windows to rear elevation and a wood burning stove accessed off the road door into a further workshop section. Also at the bottom of the frontage there is a further parking area for 2 vehicles. The gardens with the property are delightful with stone walling denoting front boundary and are in the main laid to lawn. That lawn is interspersed with an array of mature shrubs and plants and views can be enjoyed. Directly off the kitchen there is a raised, paved seating area ideal for summer dining and taking in the stunning views. Steps then lead to a large orchard with seating areas and planted borders, which in turn leads down to the brook


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators and 2 wood burning stoves on the ground floor


The property is freehold


From Knighton proceed on the B4355 towards Newtown. As you come into Beguildy village past the shop and the pub on your right hand side then take the next left. Church Cottage can then be found after approximately 200 yards on the left hand side opposite the Church.

Local Authority:

Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5LG Tel: 01597 827460

To view this property:

Contact the Ludlow Office on Tel: 01584 875207 or Craven Arms Office 01588 672728

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For out of office enquires please phone Andrew Cadwallader on 07974 015764

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Important Notice: We take every care in preparing our sales details. They are usually verified by the Vendor. We do not guarantee appliances, alarms, electrical fittings, plumbing, showers, etc. You must satisfy yourself that they operate correctly. Room sizes are approximate; they are usually taken in metric and converted to imperial. Do not use them to buy carpets or furniture. We cannot verify the tenure, as we do not have access to the legal title; we cannot guarantee boundaries or rights of way so you must take the advice of your legal representative. If there is any point that is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the information. Do so particularly if contemplating travelling some distance to view. Please note that the majority of our photo images are taken with a wide-angle lens and flash.

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