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Five Ways, Penybont Road, 
Knighton, Powys, LD7 1SD

3 Bedroom Detached Property - FREEHOLD

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Property Description

Property Features

Detached Bungalow
3 Bedrooms & 2 Bathrooms
Open-Plan Lounge Diner
Spacious & Beautifully Maintained
Set Within Approx. 0.5 Acres of Gardens
Distant Views Across Adjoining Countryside
Edge of Town Position, but Just 0.5 Miles from Town Centre
Ample Off Road Parking & Integral Garage

The Property

Introducing Five Ways, which is a spacious, beautifully presented detached bungalow found right on the very edge of the market town of Knighton (Tref-y-Clawdd) directly on the Welsh/English border within the picturesque Teme Valley.

Originally built in 1957, Five Ways underwent vast refurbishment in 2009 creating what is now a wonderful, attractive looking property, which is simply ready for the new lucky owners to move in their belongings and start calling Five Ways"home"! Inside, the property offers light and airy accommodation throughout, which includes an L-shaped entrance hall, 3 good-sized bedrooms with a dressing room and private en-suite to the master, a large open-plan lounge dinner with lovely views across and beyond the garden, a luxurious bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen diner, a useful utility room and a separate w.c.

Located on the outskirts of Knighton, the dwelling offers the best of town and country living with distant views across the adjoining Welsh countryside present, whilst also conveniently just 0.5 miles from the town centre with its many independently owned shops and facilities. Overall Five Ways is centrally positioned within 0.5 acres of largely laid to lawn gardens along with a private driveway, which provides off road parking for numerous vehicles and leads to an integral garage.

Approached from across the tarmacadam drive and over a small flight of paved steps, the front door opens into the entrance hall where to the left the hallway continues and leads to all 3 bedrooms and the bathroom and separate doors lead frontwards into the kitchen diner and the lounger diner. The kitchen diner has space for a set of table and chairs and is installed with a matching range of wall and base cupboards with fitted worktops over and an inset sink. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, double oven and an electric hob with extractor over. The kitchen diner is complete with part tiled walls, a service hatch and a window providing a rear vista across the adjoining countryside, whilst a door leads into the useful utility room. Installed with a range of base units with worktops over and an inset sink, the utility room has part tiled walls, 2 windows to the rear and space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and a freestanding fridge/freezer. From the utility room a door leads outside to the front of the property, but not before passing a further doorway to the right which opens into a w.c. Back from off the hallway, the lounge diner is a spacious L-shaped room which has more than enough room for a set of dining table and chairs as well as a three-piece-suite. The dining area is swamped with natural light owing to a large window and fully glazed door to the rear, whilst the lounge area again has a large window overlooking the side gardens and a focal point in the shape of a fireplace with a fitted wood-burning stove on top of a stone hearth. The sleeping quarters are located at the opposite end to the living quarters, but are again accessed off the hallway. The first bedroom approached is bedroom three, which has a window to the side and could hold a double bed. The next door along the hall opens into the bathroom, which is installed with an attractive white suite of w.c, a vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, a roll top bath and a walk-in shower unit with a fitted glazed shower screen. The bathroom is complete with part tiled walls, towel rails and a window to side. The next door from the hallway opens into bedroom two, which has sufficient space for a double bed and additional furnishings, a window to the side and the benefit of a built-in wardrobe. The final door at the bottom of the hall leads into the master suite, which has ample space for double bed as well as additional furnishings, windows to the front and side of the property and separate doors leading into a dressing room and a private en-suite installed with a w.c, his and hers wash hand basins and a walk-in shower unit with a fitted glazed shower screen.


Stretching to approximately 0.5 acres, the gardens at Five Ways are largely split between grassed lawns and a sizeable tarmacadam drive/parking area to the front and left side of the property, which provides parking for numerous vehicles including a motorhome or a caravan and leads to the integral garage. Throughout, the garden is stocked with an array of mature trees, shrubs and flowered beds along with well-defined hedged and fenced borders. At the rear of the house finds a vegetable garden accompanied by a green house, whilst to the right hand side is a paved patio area, which is an ideal spot to relax/entertain on within the warmer months of the year while enjoying the scenic backdrop over the surrounding countryside.

The Location

Five Ways is found less than 0.5 miles from the main street, which hosts a variety of local groceries, retail shops and family run businesses. Knighton offers a good amount of facilities and services including a butchers and a supermarket, a primary school, a railway station, a post office, a bank, a variety of sports clubs which includes a golf course, a builders merchants, regular bus routes, a selection of public houses, cafs and restaurants, a leisure centre, a livestock market, bakeries and a library.

The town features a fortnightly 'farmers market' at the local community centre and also benefits from having a thriving artistic community including The Writers Group, a number of painters, art galleries, potters, craftsmen and a light entertainment society. Still a thriving market town spearheaded by local organisations, Knighton is a peaceful town offering breath taking, picturesque scenery and fully accommodates the laid back, relaxed lifestyle that many potential purchasers will be looking for. Described as the The Gateway to Wales this market town is situated on the English/Welsh border. Mostly in Powys, partly in Shropshire it lies on the River Teme and is surrounded by hills giving the traveller a glimpse of the more remote areas accessible nearby.

The town's Welsh name is Tref-y-Clawdd meaning Town on the Dyke. This is a reference to Offas Dyke, which runs through the town, built by the Saxon King of Mercia to define his border with Wales. Every year hundreds of tourists and walkers visit the Dyke (which in its entirety runs from Prestatyn to Chepstow) and the Offas Dyke Centre adding a real vibe to the town during the Spring, Summer and Autumn months. While here, other attractions that visitors to the town often call upon is the famous Space Guard Centre, which offers people the chance to view the wonders of the universe in a fun and understandable way while also raising public awareness of the threat of asteroid and comet impacts and the ways in which they can predict and prevent them. Larger towns near to Knighton are the medieval market town of Ludlow, 16 miles East, and the Victorian Spa town Llandrindod Wells, 19 Miles South West. Both are easily accessible via road or rail links and offer further recreational, educational and leisure facilities.

Accommodation List 

Entrance Hall 

Lounge Diner (L-Shaped) - 7.7m x 6.4m (25'3" x 20'11") 

Kitchen - 4.6m x 3.3m (15'1" x 10'9") 

Utility Room - 3.1m x 2.0m (10'2" x 6'6") 

W.C - 1.8m x 1.0m (5'10" x 3'3")

Bedroom Three - 3.6m x 2.3m (11'9" x 7'6") 

Bathroom - 3.6m x 1.8m (11'9" x 5'10") 

Bedroom Two - 3.6m x 3.1m (11'9" x 10'2") 

Bedroom One - 4.7m x 3.3m (15'5" x 10'9") 

En-Suite Shower Room - 1.9m x 2.3m (6'2" x 7'6") 

Dressing Room - 1.6m x 2.3m (5'2" x 7'6") 

Garage - 4.7m x 5.8m (15'5" x 19'0") 


We are informed the property is connected to mains water and electricity. Private, septic tank drainage.


Oil fired central heating.


We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax

Powys County Council - Band F.

Nearest Towns/Cities

Presteigne Approximately 7 miles
Kington - Approximately 12 miles
Bishops Castle - Approximately 13 miles
Llandrindod Wells - Approximately 19 miles
Ludlow - Approximately 19 miles
Newtown - Approximately 21 miles
Builth Wells - Approximately 26 miles
Hereford - Approximately 31 miles
Shrewsbury - Approximately 38 miles


Enquiries via British Telecom indicates the property has an estimated broadband speed of between 10MB-19.5MB. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries via BT or their own broadband provider.

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