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Sale particulars for 3 Castle Terrace, Longtown were issued by Parrys Property.


  • An attractive and spacious 4-bedroom period stone cottage
  • In a desirable location at the foothills of the Black Mountains
  • Village location and near to the Offas Dyke path
  • Wealth of character and requires some updating and modernising
  • Views of the nearby Norman Castle and the Black Mountains
  • Well maintained private and spacious gardens

A rare opportunity to acquire this attractive stone built, end terraced cottage in a stunning location in the village of Longtown at the foothills of the Black Mountains and near to the Offas Dyke path. 3 Castle Terrace is believed to date back to the late 1800’s and has been in the same family for over three generations. The property requires some updating and modernising but offers surprisingly spacious accommodation with a wealth of character to include ledge and brace doors, flagstone and wooden floors, exposed beams and fireplaces and has scope to transform into a spacious family home in a desirable area. At the end of a terrace of three, this property has the benefit of a spacious garden to the front providing privacy and with fantastic views of the Castle and Black Mountains. To the rear is a further enclosed garden with the same superb views and lovely outlook over the adjoining fields and Chapel. In brief the accommodation comprises to the ground floor: entrance hall with flagstone floor and door that opens on to the rear garden. Sitting room with open fire. Dining room with open fire (chimney capped off), utility/boot room with Belfast sink and door to the side. The kitchen has a window with views across the fields to the rear. Downstairs bathroom with cast iron bath, low level W.C., and pedestal wash hand basin. On the first floor there is an attractive and spacious landing with low window. There are four good sized bedrooms and a further room which could be transformed into an upstairs bathroom (subject to the necessary planning consents).

  • Step Outside

The property is approached via a pedestrian gate (that is shared with the neighbouring cottage) onto a path that runs alongside the front lawn and leads to the front door. The garden is laid to lawn and is private with lovely views of the Castle and Black Mountains. To the side of the property there is a stone built outside shed. To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden which is laid to lawn and overlooks the adjoining fields and further views of the mountains and Castle.

  • Services

We are advised that the property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. There is no central heating at the property. There is an immersion heater and an open fireplace.

  • Tenure

The property is held freehold. We understand there is a flying freehold over the utility room of No. 2.





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