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Cwmberris Felindre, Knighton
Powys, LD7 1YN

4 Bedroom Detached Property - FREEHOLD

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Property Description

Property Features

  • Detached Cottage
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • Private, Good-Sized Rear Garden
  • Well Maintained Accommodation
  • Popular Village Location
  • Available with No Upward Chain
  • Distant Rear Views Across Surrounding Countryside
  • Off Road Parking and Detached Garage

The Property

Cwmberris is an attractive, detached, period cottage located in the popular, semi-rural village of Felindre, which sits within the scenic Teme Valley surrounded by beautiful countryside and rolling hills as far as the eye can see, close to the Welsh/English border.

From what was once 2 separate cottages, Cwmberris was converted into one single dwelling some 40 years ago by the previous owner creating what is now a spacious home presenting 4 double bedrooms, 2 reception rooms and a sizeable, open-plan kitchen diner. Available to purchase with no upward chain, Cwmberris has been lovingly maintained throughout and includes a modern kitchen complete with granite worktops and a 'Belfast' sink, which was newly installed just a few years ago.

Outside, Cwmberris enjoys distant rear views across the adjoining Welsh countryside and has a wonderful, private rear garden, which any horticultural enthusiast would be proud of. The property offers off road parking for a number of cars as well as a detached garage fitted with power and lighting and its own service pit, ideal for those with a love for classic cars or vintage tractors.

Approached from the across paved frontage, the entrance door leads into a small porch area, where a further door opens into sitting room which has ample space for a three-piece-suite and additional furnishings and 2 windows to the front. To the rear of the sitting room a door leads into a hallway, which has stairs rising off up to the first floor accommodation and separate doors leading left into the bathroom and right into the kitchen diner/lounge. The bathroom has a window to the rear and is installed with a matching suite of w.c, wash hand basin, a panelled bath and a corner shower unit with glazed shower screens. Positioned at the opposite end of the house, the kitchen diner/lounge is a sizeable, open-plan room which has ample space for a set of dining table and chairs as well as a three-piece-suite. There is focal point in the shape of a gas fire on top of a marble effect hearth with wood surround, as well as 2 windows providing a frontward aspect and 2 windows providing a rear aspect. The neatly appointed kitchen is installed with a modern range of matching wall and base cupboards with fitted granite worktops over and a 'Belfast' ceramic sink. Integrated appliances include a fridge-freezer as well as a 'Rangemaster' cooker with extractor hood unit above. At the back of the house and accessed from the kitchen area is the conservatory, which is a light and airy room owing to full width windows on all three sides and fully glazed patio doors, which open and allow access outside to the rear patio area/garden.

On the first floor, a landing area has separate doors opening into an airing cupboard, a storage cupboard and all 4 bedrooms. Found at either end of the properties are bedrooms one and two which are equal in size and share similar front and rear aspects through windows. Bedrooms three and four and centrally located within the house and again like one and two have ample space for a double bed each and additional furnishings. Bedrooms three and four also benefit from built-in storage cupboards and have windows providing front aspects.


Approached from the roadside, a paved drive allows off road parking for a number of cars and leads to the detached garage to the left of the property. The front garden area is largely paved for ease of maintenance with a decorative, raised flower bed, a low-line stone wall, which clearly states the front boundary, as well as stone archway, which surrounds an entrance gate that opens out to the road. To the right, the paving continues around to the rear garden, where a pleasant seating area can be found, which has access directly into the conservatory and poses as an ideal entertaining/relaxing spot within the warmer months of the year. From the paved seating area at the rear of the house, an opening between 2 brick pillars leads through a wooden pergola and out to the rear garden area. Worthy of particular note, this beautifully kept, private rear garden is a haven for all horticultural enthusiasts with sections of lawn being interspersed with mature specimen trees and complemented by an extensive range of well stocked floral and herbaceous borders. Overall the rear garden has well-defined hedged and walled boundaries and presents views across the surrounding Welsh countryside. The LPG tank is neatly tucked away behind wood boarding, whilst at the back of the garden finds a green house as well a useful out-building measuring 2.5m x 2.5m, which is a secure store for lawn mowers, pots and other gardening tools and equipment. The detached garage just to the left of the house measures 5.3m x 5.9m and is installed with power and lighting, has a window to the side, an electric up and over garage door and a service pit.

The Location 

Cwmberris occupies an idyllic village setting within Felindre, which is nestled in the picturesque Teme Valley in rural Mid Wales. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and is a haven for nature enthusiasts and those of an active disposition. Encompassed by stunning scenic countryside with rolling hill tops as far as the eye can see, Felindre and the nearby surroundings are popular with walkers and cyclists and present a variety of outdoor pursuits owing to the famous Offas Dyke trail which runs nearby and the many other footpaths including the Owain Glyndwr walkway (Glyndwr's Way).

Felindre is a close knit and friendly community which embraces the 'laid back', tranquil lifestyle. The village itself has a popular public house called the Warf Inn and a village hall where various groups and activities are held throughout the week including the local Young Farms Club. For sports enthusiasts, Felindre has just started its very own village football team, which will compete in the Mid Wales leagues. Located just under 2 miles to the east is the neighbouring village of Beguildy, which has a post office/village shop, as well as a public house called the The Radnorshire Arms, which offers wonderful home cooked meals as well as a wide selection of locally produced ales and ciders.

Rural, but by no means isolated, further recreational and educational facilities are available in Knighton (10 miles south-east) and the largest town in Powys, Newtown (11 miles north-west). Both offer an excellent range of independent retailers and a number of supermarket chains. A variety of dining establishments and public houses, a host of community clubs and societies and useful transport links via bus and railway stations. The market town of Newtown and the border town of Knighton both offer a vast array of retail, educational and recreational amenities including football, rugby, tennis, running and golf clubs as well as sport leisure centre, swimming pools, a running track and gymnasiums. The historic town of Clun is also found 11 miles to the east.

Accommodation List -

Entrance Porch - 1.2m x 1.2m (3'11" x 3'11") 

Sitting Room - 5.8m x 3.0m (19'0" x 9'10") 

Hallway - 4.0m x 2.3m (13'1" x 7'6") 

Bathroom - 2.7m x 2.3m (8'10" x 7'6") 

Kitchen Diner/Lounge - 5.7m x 5.5m (18'8" x 18'0") 

Rear Conservatory - 8.2m x 2.0m (26'10" x 6'6") 

First Floor Landing 

Bedroom One - 2.8m x 5.5m (9'2" x 18'0") 

Bedroom Two - 2.8m x 5.5m (9'2" x 18'0") 

Bedroom Three - 3.3m x 3.0m (10'9" x 9'10") 

Bedroom Four - 3.1m x 4.4m (10'2" x 14'5") 

Detached Garage - 5.3m x 5.9m (17'4" x 19'4") 


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


The property has the benefit of LP gas fired central heating.


We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax

Powys County Council - Band G.

Nearest Town/Cities

Knighton - Approximately 10 miles.
Clun - Approximately 11 miles.
Newtown - Approximately 11 miles.
Bishops Castle - Approximately 15 miles.
Presteigne - Approximately 17 miles.

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1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessors and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. 

2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the
correctness of each term of them. 

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