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  • Detached bungalow for sale

    Hatfield Meadow, Knighton LD7

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    The Meadows is a detached four bedroom bungalow with large gardens and building plot, on the edge of Knighton, Powys. Lovely views to Shropshire Hills. The property is in good condition ... read more

  • Bungalow for sale

    Seven Acres, Knighton LD7


    A detached bungalow in walk-in condition with three bedrooms, newly installed kitchen and bathroom benefitting from UPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating. The property is ... read more

    David Parry

    David Parry

  • End terrace house for sale

    2A Market Street Knighton, Powys LD7,


    Property Description A Generous New Build Motivated Sale Town House that has been completed to a very High Standard with parking for 2 cars. Over 4 Floors . read more

    Chancellors - Kington

    Chancellors - Kington

  • Terraced house for sale

    Ffrydd Road, Knighton LD7

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    Affrydd you will never find your perfect home? Well look no further as No.6 Ffrydd Road, could be just what you have been longing for! Located in the heart of Knighton, approx. 100 yards from ... read more

    Holters Modern Estate Agents

    Holters Modern Estate Agents

  • End terrace house for sale

    Market Street, Knighton LD7

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    There are no street stalls at this market, but then you cannot stall to buy this opportunity in Market Street! Available with no upward chain, this fully refurbished, immaculately presented, ... read more

    Holters Modern Estate Agents

    Holters Modern Estate Agents

  • Terraced house for sale - Just added

    Radnor Drive, Knighton LD7


    The property Radnor Drive is a mid-terrace property ideal for a family home or a buy to let investment opportunity with three bedrooms, living room, spacious fitted kitchen, downstairs ... read more

    David Parry

    David Parry

  • Flat for sale

    St. Edwards Close, Knighton LD7


    The property This delightful and spacious well appointed two bedroom purpose built flat occupying a pleasant position on the edge of the market town of Knighton with double glazing, mains gas ... read more

    David Parry

    David Parry

  • Flat for sale

    Flat 7 Church View, Knighton LD7,


    Property Description *Guide Price £60000 - £68000* One bedroom second floor flat, which has been upgraded recently in a Grade 11 listed property. Property Details Property Description. Upon ... read more

    Chancellors - Kington

    Chancellors - Kington

* Sizes listed are approximate. Please contact the agent to confirm actual size.

Living in Knighton: The local area guide

We’ve all considered it; the little patch of land in a small market town nestled in miles upon miles of lush greens and rolling pastures. Well, for those looking to make that dream a reality, a strong contender is the small town of Knighton; situated directly on the border between England and Wales, the town is surrounded on every side by an abundance of Wales’ picturesque border views.

Whilst a remote location, Knighton’s position on the border means easy travel between England and Wales and the ‘walkers welcome’ town is popular for walkers looking to explore the preserved ‘Offa’s Dyke’ all year round.


The idyllic location of the town does mean it is fairly secluded from surrounding towns, and is quite a distance from the capitals of both the UK and Wales. For this reason, Knighton is particularly popular amongst those looking for a permanent retreat to the country.

The latest Census shows that the town’s main population consists of those over the age of 60; which just shows how tranquil and peaceful it is. The town’s population, currently sitting at just over 3000, has gradually expanded since the 18th Century, reflecting a steady increase in popularity as word of the pastoral treasure spreads.


The local primary is a non-selective church school, accepting pupils aged between 4 and 11. The school building is small, but easily accessible and within walking distance from the centre of Knighton.

Whilst there is a secondary school offered in the next village over, it is worth noting that students attending from Knighton are required to catch a bus for the journey, as it is not within walking distance.


For those with their own car, Knighton is an ideal location; situated conveniently on the border, it offers easy access to both England and Wales for those with need to travel to both. For those relying on public transport, daily buses offer links to the neighbouring towns; at the end of each bus line, a further bus to the larger cities can be caught.

Interestingly, the train station is actually in England. Offering transport between Shrewsbury and Swansea, the ‘Heart of Wales’ railway line is renowned for being the most beautiful railway in the UK. Sit back and relax as you take in a portion of Wales’ beautiful fields, lakes and even famous viaducts on this train journey. In the summer months, there is even a steam train to make the journey; an essential experience not to be missed.

Amenities and shopping

Knighton has its own hospital and two separate GPs to offer the public. Other services include a fire station, and two dental practises.

Sports are crucial to the small town, and weekly cricket, football and rugby training is on offer for all budding athletes in the area. The yearly Six Nations tournament is particularly competitive given the town’s proximity to the border; inspiring friendly rivalry which joins the community.

As the town is fairly self-sufficient; offering many local amenities, the majority of required services and goods are within walking distance – food can be sourced at the local market, which is located in the centre of Knighton.

The market runs on the second and fourth Saturday of each month, and is a great place to pick up local foodstuffs and crafts. A Costcutter is also available for groceries, as well as a Harry Tuffins store.

Thanks to the local community centre, Knighton offers a wide selection of exciting events generally hosted in the evenings and on weekends. These range from live music performances to wrestling matches. In addition, each year on the last day of August, the town throws a celebratory carnival which lasts the entire day. This ceremony attracts thousands of tourists from all over the UK each year, and offers a fantastic and fun atmosphere for the entire community, be it simply to watch, or to get involved with!

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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