Stapleton, Presteigne, Powys


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a charming cottage with wrap around views, offers upgraded, renovated and extended accommodation and is presented to high standard. Located between the popular market town of Presteigne and village of Stapleton with three bedrooms, gardens, parking and garaging this is a MUST VIEW.


Garden Cottage dates back to the turn of the 20th century and was the former service house for Moor house. The cottage itself has undergone a renovation and extension and now offers very well presented accommodation throughout with a wonderful kitchen, main bedroom with ensuite and amazing views. Perfectly placed near Presteinge its a true dog walkers paradise.

The accommodation comprises: hall, living room, dining room/study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, WC, main bedroom with ensuite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom.

Property description

The original front door is around to the side of the house and enters into the hall. However, having had the extension the sellers now use the main door into the utility on a daily basis as its a great place for storing shoes, boots and coats. The utility has a range of cupboards, sink, plumbing for a washing machine and space for further appliances. There is also a handy ground floor WC. The oak door leads into the wonderful kitchen/breakfast room with ceramic tiled floor, patio doors to the garden, views, a wide range of cupboards, Belfast rink, Stove, dishwasher and space for a large fridge/freezer with bespoke storage wrapped around. It is a truly wonderful country kitchen. The original rear door leads from the kitchen into the dining room/study, which has dual aspect windows and creates a great space with a dining area one end and a study the other. The living room is a cosy room also benefiting from dual aspect windows including a feature bay window with built in window seat. The fireplace has an inset multi-fuel stove and built in shelving for the TV, wood store and displays. The entrance hall has a handy under stair cupboard, the original door leading to the garden and stairs up to the first floor.

At the top of the stairs you find the second bedroom with wonderful views down the valley, storage cupboard and a WC. From the landing there is a door into the third bedroom with Velux Window allowing views onto Stapleton castle and handy storage cupboard. Across the landing is the family bathroom with a three piece white suite, shower over the bath, towel radiator, Velux window and tiled floor and tiled splash backs. At the end of the landing you enter the extension and the impressive main bedroom with wonderful views, ensuite shower room and bespoke fitted wardrobes with shelving units and hanging space.

Detached garage and car port

The steel framed building is clad in timber and offers light and power. Currently split into a large garage with two sets of double doors and a pedestrian door to the side. There is a handy car port on the end and at the rear a store room accessed from the garden.

Gardens and parking

Garden Cottage has a lovely cottage garden that wraps around the cottage with a wealth of mature plants and shrubs, lawned area across the bottom and to the side which leads to a timber gate onto the lane. Off the kitchen is a patio area which is perfect for enjoying the peaceful surroundings and then a path runs the side of the house. There is a beautiful Wisteria plant climbing across the back of the cottage and really adds to the charm when in bloom.


Situated in the picturesque Upper Lugg Valley, the property is ideally placed for accessing the countryside for walking, cycling and horse riding. The nearby town of Presteigne, miles away, has an award winning Judges Lodgings Museum which has been featured on television. The town offers a range of amenities to include shops, health care, schools, restaurants, lesiure centre with swimming pool and public houses. Presteigne was once the county town of Radnorshire and hosts two festivals, the Sheep Music Festival and the Presteigne Festival of Music and Arts, attracting well known composers. The nearby market town of Knighton, 7 miles, has the train station on the Heart of Wales line, running from Shrewsbury to Swansea. Ludlow, 18 miles, offers a wide range of further amenities, restaurants and is home to the iconic Food Festival.


Mains electricity, mains water, private septic tank drainage and LPG gas heating. Herefordshire County Council Tax Band D


From Hereford Street in Presteigne turn right onto Broad Street and continue along the road, passing over the bridge and heading out of the town. Continue along this lane for a short distance and take the first right, signposted for Kinsham, after approximately half a mile the property is on the right as indicated by the For Sale Board.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS Require prospective purchasers to produce two original ID documents prior to any offer being accepted by the owners.

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