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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Llanthony, ABERGAVENNY, Monmouthshire


Property Description

Key features

  • Entrance Hallway
  • Side Porch
  • Triple Aspect Lounge/Diner With French Windows Opening into a Delightful Garden
  • Newly Fitted 19' 8" Kitchen/Breakfast Room Overlooking the South Westerly Garden
  • Ground Floor Shower Room
  • Study Overlooking The South Westerly Garden
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Four Piece Family Bathroom
  • Separate WC
  • Rear South Westerly Facing Garden Enjoying Stunning Hillside Views

Full description

"Llanthony Priory in Monmouthshire, in one of the greenest and most peaceful spots in the world"
The Observer 27 March 2016 - on the Top Five Views in Britain by Clive Aslet, Editor of Country Life.

Nestled in the STUNNING MONMOUTHSHIRE COUNTRYSIDE, in the Black Mountains village of Llanthony, is this attractive STONE BUILT family home of much charm and character boasting a NEWLY FITTED contemporary double aspect kitchen/breakfast room, a SPACIOUS lounge/diner, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a delightful SOUTH WESTERLY REAR GARDEN. Perfectly suited as either a primary residence or as a second home/holiday let opportunity and offered to the market with no onward chain.

Bedroom Two 
11' 2'' x 10' 8'' (3.40m x 3.25m)
Timber casement window to the side aspect, central pendant light point, loft hatch access, radiator with thermostatic radiator valve, cupboard with bi-fold door opens to a deep hanging wardrobe, display shelving, panelled door.

Bedroom One 
13' 9'' x 10' 9'' (4.19m x 3.27m)
A double aspect room with two double glazed windows overlooking the south westerly rear garden, timber casement window to the side, central pendant light point and spotlight to the ceiling, two radiators with thermostatic radiator valve, recessed cupboard, panelled door.

Double Aspect Bathroom 
Fitted with a white suite comprising a low level wc, wash basin set into a vanity storage unit with shelving and tiled splashback surround, bidet, acrylic panelled oval bath with mixer tap and overhead shower attachment with tiled splashback surround, ladder towel warmer. Double glazed window to the rear aspect, timber casement window to the side, spotlights to the ceiling one of which is recessed, panelled door.

Separate W.C. 
Low level wc, wash hand basin with tiled splashback surround. Timber casement window, spotlight to the ceiling, radiator with thermostatic radiator valve, panelled door.

South Westerly Garden 
The house is approached via a five bar gate opening into a driveway providing ample room for off road parking for several vehicles. Rear Garde:. A particular feature of this charming family home, the south westerly rear garden enjoys wonderful views over the surrounding hillside. A patio area immediately adjoins the back of the house and is just perfect for al-fresco dining near the soft babbling brook at the garden's edge. The remainder of the garden is mainly laid to lawn and is enclosed to the boundaries by a combination of rustic pole fencing and beech hedgerow borders. The garden also has a box parterre, a fish pond, timber shed, stone built shed, and a LPG storage tank concealed behind an attractive stone surround, covered foliage.

Bedroom Three 
10' 4'' x 10' 2'' (3.15m x 3.10m)
A double aspect room with a timber casement window with views over the surrounding hillside, further window to the front aspect, spotlight to the ceiling, radiator with thermostatic radiator valve, in-built cupboard, panelled door.

19' 8'' x 11' 1'' (5.99m x 3.38m)
The kitchen has been recently re-fitted with a bespoke range of wall and base level units in a Shaker style light grey colour wash finish to include various drawers and storage cupboards incorporating open display shelving, corner units and a plate rack, laminate worktops with tiled splashback surrounds, inset 1 and ½ bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, inset 4 ring gas hob with canopied cookerhood above, inbuilt Hotpoint double oven with grill, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge and freezer, ?Worcester' LPG boiler with wireless receiver which permits remote operation by internet, housed in matching kitchen cabinet, double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden, further double glazed window to the front aspect, courtesy window to the hallway, contemporary radiator with trv, inset spotlights to the ceiling, tiled floor, partly glazed panelled door.

Ground Floor Shower Room 
Fitted with a white suite to include a wash hand basin with tiled splashback surround, large walk-in shower with a Mira thermostatic shower and tiled surround, heated towel rail, recessed spotlights to the ceiling, shaver point, two windows to the front aspect.

A split level landing with a Velux window to the ceiling, central pendant light, spotlight to the ceiling, heated airing cupboard, smoke alarm fitted to the wall.

Side Entrance Porch 
With a partly glazed door and windows to all sides, stone flagged floor, central light point. A panelled door opens to:

Triple Aspect Lounge Diner 
24' 4'' x 13' 11'' (7.41m x 4.24m)
Undoubtedly the heart of this family home: a spacious triple aspect room with two double glazed French windows to either side of the chimney breast opening onto the delightful south westerly rear garden, two timber casement windows to the side and a further timber casement window to the front. Feature stone fireplace with timber mantel and stone hearth with open fire within. Recessed spotlights to the ceiling, wall light point, two radiators, one contained within a decorative radiator grille, further radiator with thermostatic radiator valve. Fitted display shelving with cupboard beneath. A panelled door opens to an understairs storage cupboard.

Situation & Local Amenities 
One of the main features of Ty Llwyd is its location. Although rural, the cottage is situated in a hamlet of four other houses. The Village of Llanthony is often written about in tourist guides as being a place of magical beauty, steeped in history and religion and the area is particularly renowned for the historic Llanthony Abbey and ruins. The area is regarded as a walker's paradise with pathways leading to Offa's Dyke plus two public houses serving real ales. Another attraction is pony trekking which is undertaken in the surrounding hillside. The neighbouring villages of Pandy and Llanvihangel Crucorney provide local essential shopping facilities and a garage. For more comprehensive shopping, transport and leisure activities, Llanthony is equidistant between Abergavenny and the literary book town of Hay on Wye which are both approximately 11 miles away. Hay is approached over the Gospel Pass and hosts an annual world famous literary festival. There are...

Entrance Hallway 
Timber entrance door with side window, further crittal window to the side, radiator with thermostatic radiator valve, spotlight to the ceiling, stairs to the first floor landing. A panelled door opens to the lounge/diner which provides access to:

Agent's Introduction 
Nestled in the stunning Monmouthshire countryside of the Vale of Ewyas within the Black Mountains range of the Brecon Beacons, Ty Llwyd is a truly delightful family home. Of an exceptionally handsome appearance, this attractive residence offers an externally aesthetic pleasing mix of stone and grey painted timber casement windows. Internally, the house is well proportioned and displays much charm and character affording spacious rooms throughout, many of which are double aspect, saturating the rooms with natural light and boasting views across a delightful south westerly garden towards the superb hillside beyond. In brief, the property comprises: an entrance hallway; a triple aspect lounge/diner; a bespoke newly fitted contemporary double aspect 19' 8? kitchen/breakfast room; and a shower room to the ground floor. To the first floor: a split level landing provides access to three double bedrooms; a spacious family bathroom, and a separate W.C. Ty Llwyd was historically...

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