Turnpike Cottage. Domestic property. Seen from the roadside
The cottage can be seen from the roadside. There is roadside parking only, which must be done with care.Brief Description:
The principal structure is thought to have been built for the Ashburton and Totnes Consolidated Turnpike Trust in 1810 in the form of a vernacular cottage. It is now a domestic property.
Turnpike Cottage, Knighton, LD7 1EN.
Available via website.
Offas Dyke Centre is in the centre of the town of Knighton, North along Broad Street and West Street. OS SJ 284724.
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There is a variety of places to eat, drink and stay in the town of Knighton, which serve hot and cold food and drinks daily. There are also a number of different shops in the town.