Pound Lane, Presteigne

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
A refurbished semi-detached cottage with two bedrooms occupying a central town location in the popular border town of Presteigne. With courtyard garden to the rear, open plan ground floor and NO ONWARD CHAIN this is a MUST VIEW.


The current owners have recently refurbished 2 Pound Lane offering a desirable blend of modern fixtures and fittings finished to a very high standard within a charming period cottage. Occupying a central location in the popular town of Presteigne this attractive property comprises two bedrooms, an open plan ground floor with a burner, bathroom and a courtyard garden to the rear, making this an ideal home for a first time buyer, landlord or a holiday cottage let.

Property description

The front door leads into the main living/dining room area which features hard wood floors and a fireplace with multi-fuel stove. This continues into the newly fitted kitchen with gas hobs, electric oven, extractor fan and integrated fridge/freezer. Off the kitchen is the door leading out into the courtyard garden. The first set of stairs brings you to bedroom one and the newly refurbished bathroom offering a clean modern white suite with a bath and shower. On the second floor you find bedroom two that has a dormer window to the rear creating a light and airy space ideal for a home office for those needing to work from home.

Gardens and parking

To the rear of the property is a quaint courtyard garden with access from the kitchen.

On street parking is available at the front of the property.


Situated in the centre of the sought after border town of Presteigne located in the Welsh Marches. The former county town of Radnorshire, Presteigne has become a local cultural centre, hosting two festivals. First, the oddly named Sheep Music Festival dedicated to contemporary music and the Presteigne Festival of Music and the Arts. The town is fortunate to have an award winning museum - The Judges Lodgings. Presteigne has a Primary and Secondary School, Leisure Centre and thriving community spirit with the popular market being held once a month. Further afield, the market towns of Knighton and Ludlow offer a range of facilities, the latter being known for its restaurants and festivals. The nearest train station is in Knighton, a little under 7 miles away. The Cathedral City of Hereford, 20 miles away offers greater amenities.

Services and Agents notes

All mains services are connected, with a new combi boiler recently installed. Powys County Council Tax Band B. We are advised the property is being sold as a FREEHOLD.

01432 507160

Cobb Amos

14 King Street, Hereford, Herefordshire

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