Duke Street, Kington

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2

A well presented end of terrace period house with character features throughout, two bedrooms, gas heating and a small patio area to the rear. The property is currently rented out and is achieving a rental income of £475pcm. INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY The tenants have signed a twelve month lease taking the tenancy to March 2024.


A well presented end of terrace house located within close walking distance to Kington town centre with accommodation comprising; hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, downstairs bathroom, rear hallway and two first floor bedrooms. The property also benefits from character features, gas heating and enclosed courtyard.

Property description

The living room has a window the front, wooden beams, fire place and exposed stone work. The dining room has a window to the side, under stairs cupboard, wooden beams and door to the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with working surface over, electric cooker with gas hob, space for washing machine and fridge, there are windows to dual aspects and tiled flooring. The rear hallway has a door to the rear, cupboard with the boiler and access to the bathroom which is fitted with a modern three piece white suite including shower over the bath. To the first floor are two bedrooms both with neutral decor and exposed beams. Worcester Bosch boiler installed in 2020

Gardens and parking

To the rear of the property is a small enclosed patio area. There is free public parking nearby.

The yard area can be used for with or without vehicle.


All mains are connected to the property.

Council Tax Band B.


The property is located within walking distance of the town centre with two public car parks situated nearby. Kington town is well catered for offering a number of individual shops, post office, library, supermarkets, a doctors surgery, a leisure centre plus nursery, primary and secondary schooling. Kington has the highest 18 hole golf course and is located in an area outstanding beauty. There is the famous Offa's Dyke path and activities available on the River Wye. The nearby town of Presteigne is just 6 miles with the historic market town of Leominster some 16 miles and the Cathedral City of Hereford approximately 20 miles away.


From Leominster follow the A44 north to Kington. At the roundabout, take the third exit and stay on the A44. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto Victoria Road and then continue onto Duke Street where the property can be found on the right hand side.

01432 507160

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