3 bedroom town house for sale

Monk Street, Monmouth, Gwent, Monmouthshire, NP25

£300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedroomed Town House
  • Grade II Listed
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Character Features
  • Enclosed Courtyard Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Situated in the heart of the historic market town of Monmouth and set over three floors is this charming grade II listed three bedroomed townhouse. It has been tastefully remodelled to a high standard to provide light and airy rooms that benefit from an abundance of original features with views across the enclosed rear courtyard garden. Walking distance to local amenities and excellent access to the major road networks that Monmouth provides.
The property has a painted rendered exterior with mainly sashed windows under a pitched tiled roof. Features include working fireplaces, combination of panelled and part glazed internal doors, coved ceilings, picture rails, exposed beams, boarded and tiled floors. Skirting boards and architraves are moulded. Gas fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating to radiators throughout.
ENTRANCE TO PROPERTY:
Part glazed panelled oak front door, with stained glass 'fan' light above, nickel door furniture, leading to:

INNER PORCH/HALLWAY:
Incorporating original three colourway checkerboard Victorian tiled floor and 'lantern' styled pendant light.

MAIN HALLWAY:
Through inner glazed door to continuation of checkerboard floor, the spacious hallway includes double radiator and is lit by two early Victorian 'jelly bag' chandeliers. The original staircase, which leads to the upper floors, features turned balusters and a generous handrail with newel posts.

PARLOUR: 13'8 x 13'01 (4.17m x 3.99m)
A generously proportioned, carpeted room with original glass front, recessed casements. (the lower one housing tv points) dado and picture rails, central rose to ceiling and exposed beams. Original sash windows (with secondary glazing) give onto the front aspect of the property.

DINING ROOM: 10'11 x 11'4 (3.33m x 3.45m)
An intimate cosy space featuring early Victorian fireplace with slate hearth, original pine floorboards, picture rail and recessed, wooden fronted storage cupboards. The painted casement window looks out onto rear courtyard and garden area.

UNDERSTAIRS:
Generous understairs cupboard with shelving and soot lighting. Victorian tiled flooring, total of pantry.

KITCHEN: 11'4 x 8'02 (3.45m x 2.49m)
Through original partly glazed door to beautifully appointed kitchen/breakfast room with ceramic tiled floor, featuring cream units with oak door furniture and Iroko wood worktops. Belfast sink with monobloc swan neck lever tap: fully integrated dishwasher, washing machine and under counter larder fridge. The main feature of this room is the 13 amp electric two oven AGA in traditional cream. Space for dresser or similar. Central and recessed directional spotlight, radiator. Ledge and brace door with Suffolk latch leading to outer courtyard area.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Carpeted landing leading to further rooms and walk in airing cupboard/storage area with radiator and electric socket.

BEDROOM ONE: 11'10 x 11'02 (3.61m x 3.40m) to wardrobe space
Original exposed floor boards, charming open fire place with recessed storage cupboard to left and wardrobe space to right. Marie Antoinette five arm brass and ceramic chandelier. Casement window with view down to walled garden and hills beyond. Double radiator and numerous sockets.

BATHROOM:
Stained pine floor boards. Double slipper bath with dragon feet, 'telephone' shower/mixer tap and separate overhead shower with traditional chrome riser and rose. Recessed window to side, twin oval ceramic sinks set within bespoke early twentieth century mirror backed cabinet. High level cistern with cast iron decorative supports, white china pan and two Victorian style radiators.

UPPER LANDING:
Feature original pine boards leading to:

DRAWING ROOM/MAIN BEDROOM: 18'01 x 12'09 (5.51m x 4.19m)
Beautifully restored and sympathetically decorated, again in Heritage paints, this room boast early Victorian fireplace with wooden surround and mantel. A six arm French Cage Chandelier hanging from central rose. Original picture rail remains with the ceiling frieze highlighted in Heritage Cornish clay to echo the wall colour and accentuate the height of the ceiling. Original wooden frontage recessed cupboards cleverly hide TV sockets. Carpeted stairs leading to:

SECOND FLOOR LANDING/STUDY AREA:
Exposed floorboards, spacious and open, which features original Georgian wired three pane window opening onto views of hills beyond. Double radiator and two double sockets.

BEDROOM THREE: 12'03 x 11'06 (3.73m x 3.51m)
Charming room, showing exposed floorboards and beams, casement window opens onto rooftop views towards outskirts of town and countryside beyond. Double radiator and double sockets.

GARDEN/COURTYARD:
Enclosed private courtyard garden, featuring outside lighting (covered) outdoor electrical socket, outside tap. This deceptively spacious area features a raised garden area with fig tree, climbing roses and fucshias, plus a covered brick construction ideal for log storage and garden implements.

SERVICES:
Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, mains gas. Council Tax Band F.

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12 October 2015

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Nearest station

  • Lydney (10.4 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Roscoe Rogers & Knight, Monmouth

3 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, NP25 3BT

01600 522024 Local call rate

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