Bridge Street, Kington

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This characterful fourteenth century, three bedroom town house is set over four floors and is situated conveniently within walking distance from Kington town centre. The property is stooped with history and was formally known as the Stagecoach Inn, boasting many of its original character features. Further benefits include gas heating, secondary glazing, garden and carport.


This charming fourteenth century grade II listed townhouse has accommodation which comprises; hall, living room, dining room, kitchen, cellar with two store rooms/workshop, two large landings, cloakroom, three double bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from gas heating, secondary glazing and garden.

Property Description

The front entrance to the property leads into the hall which is neutrally decorated and provides access to a useful under stair cloakroom. The first door to the left of the hall enters the living room which is both light and spacious with a bay window to the front and window to the side. The room also includes a stone inglenook fireplace with oak lintel. This feature is one of many expressing the property's character and age. Beyond the hall is the dining room which is also a great size overlooking the garden through double doors. The kitchen is fitted with matching wall and base units with integrated dishwasher and cooker. There is also space for a washing machine, a window to the rear and tiled flooring. Stairs down from the kitchen lead down to a large cellar which has two store rooms providing ample storage space but also space to use as a workshop.

The first floors landing is a great size for study space and also provides eaves storage and a cloakroom with a two piece suite. Both bedrooms on this floor are doubles with windows to the front and exposed wooden beams. Bedroom two includes some of the properties stand out features. These include a stone, gas fireplace, the original external wall of the property and Elizabethan scrollings on exposed stone. The family shower room is fitted with a three piece suite and a window to the rear.

The second floor is accessed from bedroom two and the landing. The second landing is again so spacious that it could be used in a variety of different ways and could be an extension of the third bedroom which is another large double.

Gardens and Parking

Directly to the rear of the property is a small fully enclosed patio which provides space to dine in warm weather. A short walk down the driveway continues into the property's main garden which has the potential to be presented in a lovely cottage style. This space includes mature trees, shrubs and a small pond.

The property has parking for two cars.


All mains are connected to the property.

Council Tax Band C.

The vendors of the property have the right of way via the driveway to the parking and the garden.


Kington town is well catered for offering a number of individual shops, supermarkets, a doctors surgery, a leisure centre plus nursery, primary and secondary schooling. 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.

Agents Note

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01432 507160

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