The property extends to 4,707 sq ft and is situated in the centre of the small market town close to public parking. It provides an excellent meeting hall with a variety of potential opportunities and comprises a large hall, several offices, storage space and disabled facilities. It is being offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.
Jeremy Symons, Director at Cooke & Arkwright who is marketing the property comments, “This is a unique opportunity to purchase a well-known building within the town and which has acted as a focal point for many years. We have received strong interest locally and anticipate moving forward towards a sale in the near future.”
With a thriving livestock market, Knighton in Powys straddles each side of the border between Wales and England, alongside the Offa’s Dyke National Trail and Glyndwr’s Way in the Marches countryside. The town provides accommodation including an award-winning hotel, bed & breakfasts and self catering cottages, and offers many cycling and walking routes. It can also be accessed by the Heart of Wales railway line via the town’s railway station, which is actually located in Shropshire, England.
For further information please contact Jeremy Symons T: 02920 346360