Church Meadows, Beguildy, Knighton

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A well maintained detached bungalow with the three/four bedrooms, two reception rooms, garaging, gardens and views out over the Teme Valley. Occupying a position on the fringes of the small village of Beguildy which has a local shop and pub this property is perfect for quiet rural living.



A delightful, three / four bedroom detached bungalow situated just 8 miles out of Knighton in the rural village of Beguildy with far reaching views over the Teme Valley and hills beyond . The property in brief comprises : Kitchen / diner, living room, three bedrooms one of which is an en suite, family bathroom, office/fourth bedroom, attached garage, gardens and parking

Property description

The property is entered via the front door leading into the main hallway with hard laminate flooring running throughout the house excluding the kitchen which has laminate flooring throughout. To the right of the property are the reception rooms and directly in front and to the left are the bedrooms. The living room is a spacious room with patio doors leading out onto the level garden at the rear and enjoys the wonderful views of the stunning countryside wrapping around you. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a wide range of wall and base units, space for appliances, table and chairs and a door out of the rear of the house. Off the kitchen is a home office / potential fourth bedroom with a view over the front of the property and a door into the garage. Bedroom one is a good sized double ensuite with rear aspect window and bathroom comprising sink, WC and bathtub. Bedroom two is also a double with rear aspect window and bedroom three is a single bedroom with front aspect. The family bathroom can also be found on this side of the house and consists of sink, WC and separate bathtub and shower cubicle.


5.09 x 4.88 (16'8 x 16'0 )

The garage has been added onto the bungalow and has an electric roller door, light and power and pedestrian door into the office.

Gardens and parking

The property has a driveway with parking for a number of vehicles that lead to the front door, garage and path leading around to the rear of the property. To the rear of property the area is mainly laid to artificial grass for easy maintenance and has a patio area off the living room for seating or table and chairs to allow you to enjoy the view. Steps lead down to a lower level with a concrete base and could be a place for a garden shed and amenity area. A path leads around the back of the house which leads to the back door.


Beguildy, located on the B4355 which lies close to the England and Wales border, about 8 miles north west of the market town of Knighton. The property has a stunning location with commanding views across the River Teme valley to the Black Mountain and beyond. The hamlet has a traditional black and white drovers inn, understood to date from the 17th Century and serving Beguildy Gold real ale. Knighton is a bustling market town set on Offa's Dyke and featuring the remains of two castles from the 12th and 13th Centuries. Today it offers a variety of local independent shops, cafes, and Knighton Church in Wales Primary school admits children from age 5 to 11. Knighton and Knucklas stations nearby are on the beautiful Heart of Wales line connecting through to Builth Wells, Swansea in Wales and to Shrewsbury with connections onto Manchester and London.


Mains water and electricity are connected. The property has oil fired heating and private drainage to a septic tank. The property also has solar panels on the roof, further details are available regarding the FIT (Feed n Tariff). Powys County Council Tax Band TBC and we are advised the property is being sold as a FREEHOLD.

01432 507160

Cobb Amos

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