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Cefn Llys, 6 George Road,
Knighton, Powys, LD7 1HF

3 Bedroom Semi-Detached House - FREEHOLD

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Property Description

Property Features -

  • Semi-Detached Georgian Townhouse
  • 3 Bedrooms & 2 Reception Rooms
  • Approx. 250 Yards from Town Centre & Shops
  • Pretty, Terraced Rear Garden
  • Distant Views Across the Town & Surrounding Countryside
  • Period Features Throughout
  • Available with No Onward Chain
  • Useful Cellar
  • Set Over 4 Storeys
  • Grade II Listed


No.6 George Road is a well maintained, semi-detached Georgian house situated in the heart of the market town of Knighton (Tref-Y-Clawdd) found directly on the Welsh/English border within the picturesque Teme Valley.

Lovingly maintained by the current owners and boasting an abundance of period features and Georgian architecture, No.6 George Road is available to purchase with no onward chain and is made up of 3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, a bathroom and a useful cellar, set over 4 storeys.

Situated just a mere stones throw from the town centres many independently owned shops and facilities, the dwelling has plenty going for it, but does have 1 compromise by not having designated off road parking, however, unrestricted parking is located on George Road itself, which the owners use everyday without any problems whatsoever, so please do not let this put you off this gem of a property.

Outside, the property has a useful side access with steps rising from the front up to the landscaped, terraced garden at the rear of the house. From here beautiful views can be enjoyed over the town and across the surrounding countryside.

Grade II listed, No.6 George Road could be an ideal dwelling for a variety of buyer types to include a relocating purchaser seeking to be close to shops and town centre facilities, a second home owner or holiday let investor located on the famous Offa's Dyke footpath or for a family looking to upsize to a bigger house. Either way, you can be sure that whoever the lucky new owner/s are, would have acquired a splendid property, full of history, ready to move straight into and start calling "home".

The Property - From the roadside pavement, the front door opens into the entrance hall, which has a door leading left into the dining room and stairs at the rear rising up to the second floor accommodation. Below the stairs a further door opens to a stairwell leading down to the useful cellar, which is an excellent storage area and also accommodates the pressurised water cylinder for the central heating. Back onto the ground floor, the dining area has ample space for a set of table and chairs, a window to the front and traditional features by way of wood panelled walls, exposed wood flooring/beams and a fireplace. Double doors from the dining room open into the kitchen, which has a range of wall and base units with worktops over and an inset 'Belfast' sink. The kitchen has part tiled walls, a window to the rear and space and plumbing for a cooker, washing machine and fridge/freezer.

On the second floor, the light and airy landing area has exposed wooden flooring, a window to the rear, a half glazed door leading out to the side passage and doors opening into the bathroom and the sitting room. The wooden staircase continues up to the third floor accommodation. Found at the front of the house, the sitting room has 2 windows offering distant views across the town, plenty of space for a three-piece-suite and additional furnishings and a focal point in the shape of feature fireplace. The bathroom is appointed with a white suite of w.c, wash basin and a panelled bath with shower over. The bathroom is finished with part tiled walls, exposed wood flooring and a window to the rear.

The third and final floor has original exposed wooden flooring throughout and a landing area with a window to the side, a useful storage cupboard off and separate doors opening into the three bedrooms. The landing area also has a loft hatch leading into the attic. Bedrooms one and two are similar in size with space for a double bed and both offer far-reaching views to the front, whilst bedroom three is an L-shaped room and is found at the rear of the house.

Outside - Outside, the property has a useful side access with steps rising from the front up to the landscaped, terraced garden at the rear of the house. From here beautiful views can be enjoyed over the town and across the surrounding countryside. Overall, the garden is stocked with a wide variety of mature shrubs, specimen trees and flowered beds, with winding pathways taking you on a tour through the garden finishing at the top where a superb seating area and summer house can be found, which is a perfect spot to relax on within the warmer months of the year with the panoramic views as a wonderful backdrop! Adjoining the house and accessed from the rear garden is a useful, secure storage room.

The Location

6 George Road lies approximately 250 yards from the main street which hosts a variety of local groceries, retail shops and family run businesses. Knighton offers a good amount of facilities and services including a butchers and a supermarket, a primary school, a railway station, a post office, a bank, a variety of sports clubs which includes a golf course, a builders merchants, regular bus routes, a selection of public houses, cafés and restaurants, a leisure centre, a livestock market, bakeries and a library.

The town features a fortnightly 'farmers market' at the local community centre and also benefits from having a thriving artistic community including The Writers Group, a number of painters, art galleries, potters, craftsmen and a light entertainment society. Still a thriving market town spearheaded by local organisations, Knighton is a peaceful town offering breath taking, picturesque scenery and fully accommodates the laid back, relaxed lifestyle that many potential purchasers will be looking for. Described as the ‘The Gateway to Wales’ this market town is situated on the English/Welsh border. Mostly in Powys, partly in Shropshire it lies on the River Teme and is surrounded by hills giving the traveller a glimpse of the more remote areas accessible nearby.

The town's Welsh name is Tref-y-Clawdd meaning “Town on the Dyke”. This is a reference to Offa’s Dyke, which runs through the town, built by the Saxon King of Mercia to define his border with Wales. Every year hundreds of tourists and walkers visit the Dyke (which in its entirety runs from Prestatyn to Chepstow) and the Offa’s Dyke Centre adding a real vibe to the town during the Spring, Summer and Autumn months. While here, other attractions that visitors to the town often call upon is the famous Space Guard Centre, which offers people the chance to view the wonders of the universe in a fun and understandable way while also raising public awareness of the threat of asteroid and comet impacts and the ways in which they can predict and prevent them. Larger towns near to Knighton are the medieval market town of Ludlow, 16 miles East, and the Victorian Spa town Llandrindod Wells, 19 Miles South West. Both are easily accessible via road or rail links and offer further recreational, educational and leisure facilities.

Accommodation List

Entrance Hall - 6.5m x 1.2m (21'3" x 3'11") 

Dining Room - 3.6m x 3.9m (11'9" x 12'9") 

Kitchen - 2.7m x 2.7m (8'10" x 8'10") 

Second Floor Landing - - 2.8m x 3.3m (9'2" x 10'9") 

Sitting Room - 3.6m x 5.3m (11'9" x 17'4") 

Bathroom - 2.8m x 1.9m (9'2" x 6'2") 

Third Floor Landing 

Bedroom One - 3.6m x 2.6m (11'9" x 8'6") 

Bedroom Two - 3.6m x 2.5m (11'9" x 8'2") 

Bedroom Three - 2.8m x 2.6m (max) (9'2" x 8'6" (max)

Cellar - 3.7m x 3.6m (12'1" x 11'9") 


We are informed the property is connected to all mains services.


The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating.


We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax

Powys County Council - Band TBC.

Nearest Towns/Cities

Presteigne – Approximately 7 miles
Kington - Approximately 12 miles
Bishops Castle - Approximately 13 miles
Llandrindod Wells - Approximately 19 miles
Ludlow - Approximately 19 miles
Newtown - Approximately 21 miles
Builth Wells - Approximately 26 miles
Hereford - Approximately 31 miles
Shrewsbury - Approximately 38 miles


Enquiries via British Telecom indicates the property has an estimated Fibre broadband speed of 67-80MB. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries via BT or their own broadband provider.


The Property Misdescriptions Act - Holters for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: 1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessors and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each term of them. 3. The vendors or lessors do not make or give, and neither do Holters for themselves nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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