Guide Price £147,500 Chain Free

14 Norton Street, Knighton.

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1 Receptions

Leominster Office

3 Broad Street

01568 610600
Ref: LBJ015


Situated Just Off The Centre Of The  Town Of Knighton In A Mature And Picturesque Rural Location

An End-Of-Terrace 3 Storey Period Property With Basement

Gas Fired Centrally Heated And Double Glazed

Offering 3 Bedroomed Accommodation Plus Separate Basement Access To The Rear

Requires Some Updating/Modernisation

Being Sold With Vacant Possession And No Onward Chain


The property is situated in a mature residential position tucked just off the centre of the Border market town of Knighton, and from the top floor takes advantage of some lovely views over Teme Valley and the countryside beyond.  The town itself lies on the Radnorshire/Shropshire Border, renowned for its beautiful countryside and Offas Dyke Pathway.  The town itself offers a good range of shopping facilities, hospital, primary school, leisure centre, road and rail services and is approximately 33 miles from the shopping town of Shrewsbury and 28 miles from the City of Hereford.


The property comprises a traditional end-of-terrace town house offering accommodation primarily set over 3 floors, with a separate basement with its own access.  The main house itself is accessed via the main front door to an enclosed reception hallway which in turn leads through to the living room off to the right which has windows to 3 elevations and feature fireplace.  The living room then opens to the kitchen which has ample space for a dining table and a range of matching units to include both base and wall cupboards with rolled edge work surfaces over inset sink and gas hob and electric oven with extractor hood fitted above.  A door then leads through to a rear hallway which houses the gas fired boiler to the wall and a staircase then leading up to the first floor landing with doors leading off to the master bedroom (bedroom 1) with windows to 2 elevations and fitted wardrobes with central dressing table with drawers.  There is a second bedroom on this floor as well as a shower room.  A staircase then leads up to the second floor landing which benefits from some lovely views over the top of the town towards the countryside beyond.  Doors then lead off to a third good size double bedroom with windows to 2 elevations and fitted cupboards and wardrobes.  Also on the second floor is the main bathroom which comprises a suite of panelled bath, low flush w.c. and pedestal hand wash basin with window to the front elevation.

To the rear of the property there is a separate access to the basement which offers additional accommodation (refer to Agents Notes), which currently offers open-plan style accommodation with living/sitting room area, kitchenette, shower room, bedroom and utility cupboard.  There is gated access to the rear where there is a hardstanding and small garden area.


Mains Electricity, Water, Drainage & Gas


Council Tax Band: E


Powys County Council. Tel. 01597 826000


1. It is up to any potential purchaser to clarify the Residential Usage of the basement to ensure it complies to all rules and regulations.

2. The property is affected by a flying freehold.

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