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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanishen, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16

Guide Price £1,500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grand dining hall
  • Kitchen / diner
  • Summer room
  • Family room and study
  • Utility room
  • Four first floor bedrooms, three bathrooms
  • Second floor master bedroom suite
  • Gardens, stables and two paddocks
  • Grounds of approximately 6.9 Acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A Stunning Grade II* Listed Former Threshing Barn with Gardens and Paddocks of 6.9 Acres


Set within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty . Close to the market town of Monmouth with excellent state and private schooling. Small Towns and Villages within a 4 Mile Radius Excellent. Rail Links from Chepstow and Bristol Parkway 24 Miles. Motorway Networks: M50 18 Miles, M4/M48 10 Miles.


This truly exceptional family home is an outstanding conversion of what is believed to be that largest threshing barn in Monmouthshire. The dramatic transformation of the Grade II* listed property has been carried out with tremendous flair and style and manages to incorporate the drama of a magnificent, high vaulted dining hall featuring exposed stone walling and open roof trusses and beams with smaller, more intimate spaces such as the cosy snug and a bright and welcoming drawing room overlooking the delightful grounds to the front. Equally striking but in an elegant, contemporary design is the 43' kitchen/Diner - a breathtaking, open plan informal hub at the very heart of the home, fitted with an extensive range of high end appliances, a huge Aga and a generous central Island unit to be used as a breakfast bar and food preparation area. The use of efficient under floor heating is complemented by additional wood burning stoves and a great deal of care has been taken in ensuring that the property benefits from as much natural light as possible. Other notable reception areas include a galleried games room approached via a spiral staircase, overlooking the grand dining hall and a very smart, south facing study fitted with bespoke desk furniture.

The entire second floor of the barn is dedicated to an opulent owners suite with a generosity of space that is rare to find. The 23' master bedroom is matched by an equally sized, hotel style bathroom, a beautifully appointed walk in dressing room and private seating area. On the floor below are four further bedrooms and three bathrooms all of the same exceptional quality.

The home is set in manicured grounds and paddocks that amount to approximately 6.9 acres and offer a series of outbuildings that include five stables, two tack rooms, two lose boxes, a field shelter, doubler garaging and parking for countless vehicles. To the front of the property, a walled terrace looks over the sweeping lawns, interspersed with ornamental trees, a large duck pond and with far reaching rural views.

Square Footage: 6,211 sq ft
Acreage: 6 Acres


From Monmouth, follow the High Street through the town centre and then follow signs for the B4293 south towards Trellech and Chepstow. Approximately 1¼ miles beyond Trellech, turn right, signposted Pant-Glas. The Granary is the first property on the left hand side of the lane.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 November 2016

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