Penybont Road, Whitton, Knighton, Powys

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A fantastic detached cottage with four bedrooms situated in the historic hamlet of Pilleth, nestled in the Upper Lugg Valley in the Welsh Marches with wonderful views. The cottage has large mature gardens, a paddock, outbuildings and stables all located within approximately 2 acres. Any buyer looking to relocate to the area needing space and/or a desire to work from home then this is the perfect property for you.

Introduction

Pilleth Cottage is a wonderful detached cottage that offers well laid out accommodation with four bedrooms that is well presented throughout. The cottage itself sits in large landscaped gardens with a range of outbuildings to include sheds, summer house, offices, workshop and stabling. There is also a further paddock ideal for ponies or exercising our canine friends. Located in Pilleth, near Whitton, which in 1402 was also the location of one of the most important battles in Welsh history. The accommodation comprises: entrance hall, living room, dining room/library, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, WC, boot room, four bedrooms, ensuite shower room and family bathroom.

Property description

The front door leads through into the central hallway with doors leading off to the ground floor accommodation, stairs rising to the first floor and two useful cupboards under the stairs. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units, integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and space for a range style cooker. There is ample space for a large table and chairs with lighting above and a luxury vinyl floor which leads through to the utility room, which has a sink, plumbing for a washing machine, door to a ground floor cloakroom and another door leading though to boot room which runs the width of the house. This is the perfect space for storing coats, boots and has doors leading to the garden and driveway. Back in the hallway there is a door leading into the dining room, which is currently set up as a library/snug and is a great bonus reception room giving any buyer the flexibility they need on how to use the space. The living room is a lovely light room with windows and a door to the front and a door leading to the garden, with solid oak flooring and a feature fireplace with inset wood burning stove.

The wooden staircase rises to the first floor where the landing opens up and leads to the various bedrooms with oak flooring running throughout all of the rooms. The main bedroom is located to the end with a window overlooking the garden and grounds, built in wardrobe and a door leading into the ensuite shower room, which is fitted with a modern white suite, with neutral tiling. Bedroom two is located at the other end of the landing and is a lovely double room with a dual aspect with views over the grounds and down the valley. Bedrooms three and four are both good sizes with built in storage. The family bathroom is fitted with a three-piece white suite with a shower over the bath, neutral tiling and tiled, heated flooring.

Gardens and Parking

Pilleth Cottage enjoys wonderful gardens that extend to approximately one acre. There is also ample parking on the gravelled driveway for 4 to 5 cars. From the driveway steps lead up to the west garden, a lawned area with two sheds off to the side and a mature hedge border to your left. The lawn stretches down to the end of the garden where there is a five-bar timber gate allowing access back onto the road. The lawn then wraps back on itself up the bank and interspersed with fruit trees and leads up to a path that runs the back of the house. To either side there are mature flower beds with paths leading through the beds for you to explore. A timber gate leads through to the east garden that is mainly laid to lawn with a summer house (2.88m x 2.28m) perched at the top of the garden affording wonderful south-facing views of the gardens, house and the valley. Behind a large hedge is an amenity area for compost, manure and cuttings. The lawn continues across the back of the outbuildings and runs down to the paddock. Across the front of the stables is an area that has been planted as a wildflower meadow. There is gravel path leading from the workshop through a gap in the hedge that leads to mature flower beds, fruit bushes, a seating area and leads down to the house.

Office, Store Room and Workshop

Offices are insulated and fitted with doors, windows, light, power and FTTP Fibre line. With the store room located in the centre. One office has a Wi-Fi app-controlled, programmable, thermostatic, slimline heater.

Offices 2 x 4.45m x 2.93m. Store Room 4.45 x 4.30m.

Stables

Detached timber stable block with two stables and a central storage area, with elevated south facing views over a wildflower meadow and valley below

Paddock

0.72 acres (2'4 acres)

The paddock is located at the end of the garden and equates to approximately 0.72 acres. It is accessed via a five-bar timber gate and is bordered by mature hedging to two side and then post and wire to the others. At the far end there is also another gate leading out to a track up to St. Mary's Church and further walks and extensive network of bridleways.

Location

Pilleth is a small village south of Knighton in Powys, Wales. It is the site of the ancient church and holy well of St. Mary's which stands on Bryn Glas Hill overlooking the River Lugg, as it makes its way to Presteigne. On 22 June 1402 during the battle of Battle Pilleth/Bryn Glas, the Welsh forces of Owain Glyndwr defeated the English forces of Sir Edmund Mortimer, Lord of the March; the Welsh force went on to sack and burn Leominster. The property is located within the parish of Whitton, which is a small village a mile to the east of the property situated near the market town of Knighton, and 4 miles from Presteigne. Whitton itself has a community hall, stunning walks. Whilst the two market towns offer a wide range of amenities, Knighton has a range of shops, a library, supermarket and train station with links to Shrewsbury and Swansea. Presteigne has a Primary and Secondary School, Leisure Centre, library and the High Street has a marvellous range of independent shops, a great range of eating and drinking venues, French, Moroccan, wine bar and several other pubs, and thriving community spirit with the popular market being held once a month.

Services

Mains services that are connected are water and electricity. The property has septic tank drainage and oil-fired heating. Powys County Council Tax Band G. Broadband is amongst the fastest in Britain, with a 1GB FTTP line to the seven homes in hamlet of Pilleth, with current service providers able to offer 300mbps speed.

We are advised the property is sold as a FREEHOLD

Directions

On entering the village of Whitton on the B4357 from Knighton, at the crossroads turn right. Travel west along the road for approximately 1.5 miles and the property is located on the right-hand side, as indicated by our For Sale Board.

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