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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Coed Morgan, Nr Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7

Guide Price £1,350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Impressive Welsh Longhouse.
  • 3 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms (all en suite)
  • Detached 1 bedroom Annexe
  • Idyllic landscaped gardens & grounds
  • Small lake. Summerhouse.
  • Indoor heated swimming pool.
  • Garages. Gymnasium.
  • Adjoining pasture paddocks.
  • In all, set in about 6.6 acres (stms).

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Impressive Grade II Listed Welsh Longhouse set in idyllic gardens & grounds. 3 reception rooms. 3 bedrooms (all en suite). Detached 1 bedroom Annexe. Small lake. Summerhouse. Indoor heated swimming pool. Garages. Gymnasium. Electric gated drive. Adjoining pasture paddocks. In all, set in about 6.6 acres (stms).


Llanynant is situated in the beautiful countryside of rural Monmouthshire about a mile south-west of the hamlet of Coed Morgan. Despite occupying a private and idyllic location within its own generous gardens and grounds it is within easy range of local towns including Abergavenny that is about 5 miles away with national rail service. Known as the 'Gateway to Wales' this is a popular town for food (with its famous food festival) and art lovers. About 3 miles away is the renowned Hardwick Restaurant run by Michelin Star chef Stephen Terry. The pretty smaller town of Usk is about 7 miles away. Road networks are excellent with the A40 close at hand providing quick access to Monmouth to the east (about 12.5 miles) including the Haberdashers' schools for both boys and girls. The A40 also provides connections to the motorway network with the M50 and M5 to the north-east. The cities of Cardiff (about 37 miles) and Newport with the M4 (about 16 miles) are also within easy reach.

For those that enjoy the great outdoors the local area includes beautiful destinations including the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Forest of Dean. Raglan and Abergavenny have significant castles and there are several more castles and historical sites in the area. The River Usk is nearby which is one of the country's finest rivers for salmon and trout fishing, while there are also a number of golf courses in the area including the world famous Celtic Manor course at Newport - home to the 2010 Ryder Cup.


A mix of where the Old World meets the New World, Llanynant is a recently renovated luxury appointed Welsh Longhouse with separate 1 bedroom annexe combining modern day comforts with old world charm. Set in outstanding landscaped gardens and grounds, with stream and small lake at the 'Gateway to Wales' near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire. It is an impressive Grade II listed property believed to date back to the c.15th Century being built in local stone and retaining many of its period features including two historic and impressive fireplaces with working chimney and wood burners, exposed timber beams, original window features and remains of the original stone spiral staircase which has been kept as a feature.

As befits such a home of this quality, it is surrounded by gardens and grounds which are equally impressive and include a small lake, stream, partly walled vegetable garden, electric gated entrance, restored wooden Victorian free standing summer house, indoor heated swimming pool, greenhouse, wooded area, wood shed and far reaching views towards Skirrid Fawr and surrounding hills and farm fields. There is also a detached self-contained 1 bedroom annexe that is in keeping with the look and style of the original house on its exterior and houses modern accommodation for guests or a housekeeper inside. There is a separate gymnasium area and a triple garage that is currently used as a cinema room and garaging. Two adjoining pasture paddocks complete the property. In all the property extends to about 6.6 acres (stms - subject to measured survey).

Main House Accommodation Ground Floor

Entrance Porch
Feature oak door, two side windows, original flagstone floor, exposed beam and original door frame that holds an internal door believed to have been salvaged from a Spanish Amada ship by the previous owner.

Striking inglenook stone fireplace with stone lintel, wood burning stove, flagstone hearth, three radiators as part of a new heating system throughout, exposed beams and two beautiful period original windows. New slate flagstone floor to match the original features of the house. Outstanding garden views to front and rear.

Dining Room
Feature Inglenook stone fireplace with stone lintel, wood burning stove, flagstone hearth, two double radiators, exposed beams, period stone surround and fantastic garden views to the rear and courtyard to front.

Modern fitted kitchen with Black free standing range style cooker hand created to match the country kitchen look with modern amenities with soft close cabinets, integrated dish washer and fridge freezer, hand built free standing display cabinet, exposed beams and black mottled granite tops. Slate floor to match the rest of the ground floor.

Rear Lobby
Stone floor throughout, stable door to allow summer opening onto rear landscaped gardens and herb garden outside. Boot and Coat rail in keeping with home style.

Matching units as in the kitchen with integrated washer and dryer , four storage cupboards and double stainless steel sink basin and granite work surface.

Rear Room/Office/Hall
Large picture window overlooking the stream, gardens and lake beyond. Stable door to rear opens onto views of the summer house and rear landscaping and wildlife that include a range of birds, ducks and pheasant.

First Floor
An oak staircase with high ceiling rises up from the office area to the first floor landing that features exposed beams, attractive recessed window boxes to the front and a long range of built in cupboards allowing excellent storage space.

Master Bedroom/Bathroom/Walk in wardrobe
A Large bedroom with exposed attractive beams and original curved roof to one side that has been modernised to a luxury standard. Views from the picture windows from this bedroom and en-suite bathroom offer wonderful garden and further views over own land and paddocks. Walk in closet and media centre that feeds wall mounted LCD screen in bedroom. Free standing roll top bath and Victorian style taps and large head and glazed, tiled walk in shower.

Bedroom 2
Large double bedroom with exposed beams and walk in wardrobe and bathroom with modern enclosed shower, toilet and wash basin. Two large windows with rear garden views and built in shelving.

Bedroom 3
Large double glazed window with the most beautiful views overlooking the stream and lake where one can watch nature. Ensuite bathroom with roll top bath, toilet and vanity basin. Large overhead loft space with ladder suitable for conversion into another bedroom with the relevant planning consent.

A well-appointed modern separate building conversion from an associated barn, into living, sleeping and dining accommodation. The annexe comes fully furnished in the sale ready to use for staff, family or friends.

Entrance Lobby
Built in cupboards either side of the glazed front door and ladder to loft space

Shower Room
Low level suite with concealed cistern, vanity basin cupboards below, electric shower in tiled surround and exposed beams with shower unit and electric towel rail - used as shower room for pool.

Stone windowsill , exposed timbers and electric radiator, will two leather suites and tv unit.

Single drain sink with mixer tap, fitted kitchen with integrated fridge and cooker and plenty of cupboard space. Dining table and chairs, tile floor and exposed feature beams, window over courtyard.

Large enough for king, Double or two single beds, exposed beams and two velux ceiling windows and courtyard window to courtyard.

En Suite- Bathroom
Low level WC, wash basin and full bath, part tiled walls and tiled floor.

The Outbuildings

Pool House
Chalet style pool house with heated air-flow pool. Tiled throughout the cabin and with room for seating and workout area. Patio doors open out for summer. Two storage heaters, dehumidifier and jet stream swim system. Indoor and outdoor lights and in pool lights. All new equipment and pool pump.

Victorian Summerhouse
The owners worked with quality local craftsmen to restore this hardwood and glass garden summerhouse to its former glory, restoring the whole frame, electrics and flooring. This summerhouse is the perfect place to sit and relax and enjoy the garden throughout the years seasons.

Leading through the vegetable gardens to the rear of the annexe there is a room currently used as a gymnasium, but could be used for other purposes.

Leading off the main drive and through a three bar wooden gate to a separate brick pavioured courtyard there is a large double garage with electric roll up doors to fit two cars. This room is currently used as a Cinema room with 20ft by 10 ft on wall screen. There is a separate single garage adjacent.

Externally: Gardens, grounds & land
The property extends to about 6.6 acres (stms - subject to measured survey) and includes delightful stone pillared electric gated entrance, landscaped gardens and grounds with large gravelled forecourt, extensive lawned areas, mature bushes, specimen shrubs, trees, flower beds & borders, part walled vegetable garden, flagstone patio areas for alfresco dining, idyllic small lake, charming bridge crossing a stream, small area of woodland and two level pasture paddocks.

General Remarks and Stipulations

Fixtures & Fittings and Machinery
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures & fittings and machinery are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation. Further information is available from the vendors agents.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways.

Plans, Areas and Schedules
Any available plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

Square Footage: 3,548 sq ft
Acreage: 6.6 Acres

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09 June 2016

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