5 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanellen, Abergavenny

Offers in Region of £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Located just within the Brecon Beacons National Park
  • Beautiful conversion of former agricultural barn with much character
  • 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms plus attached 1 bedroom annexe
  • Outbuildings including double garage and barn/stables
  • Glorious gardens and grounds of circa 4 acres with vineyard and paddocks
  • Close proximity to Abergavenny town and excellent transport links
  • EPC rating D

Full description

Hendre Cwrt is a beautiful former cattle barn converted in the early 1990's to provide a spacious and versatile home with much character. Offers the best of both worlds, the property is located in a delightful rural location and yet, within close proximity of the historic town of Abergavenny. The barn originally formed part of the Coldbrook estate of the Hanbury-Williams family and is the former cattle barn for the neighbouring farmhouse. The property has not only been sympathetically converted with a number of interesting features, but unusually for a barn, has high ceilings and large double and triple aspect rooms. The primary elevations are towards the private gardens, paddocks and vineyard so are not overlooked by the 2 neighbouring dwellings.
This attractive home lies on the lower slopes of the Blorenge Mountain in a picturesque location. To the far side of the property is a small enclosed paddock with stables/barn with access from a separate drive, also giving access to the end of the property. The gardens and grounds amount to circa 4 acres and are, with the exception of the small paddock to the side of the house, totally private. Outbuildings include a substantial garage/workshop/studio and stabling, plus a private driveway and access across a driveway to the rear.

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The barn originally formed part of the Coldbrook estate of the Hanbury-Williams family and is the former cattle barn for the neighbouring farmhouse. The property has not only been sympathetically converted with a number of interesting features, but unusually for a barn, has high ceilings and large double and triple aspect rooms. The primary elevations are towards the private gardens, paddocks and vineyard so are not overlooked by the 2 neighbouring dwellings. Hendre Cwrt lies just above the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal and is approached via a country lane leading to a private driveway. This attractive home lies on the lower slopes of the Blorenge Mountain in a picturesque location. It is just within the beautiful and unspoiled countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park which offers some of the most spectacular scenery in Wales.

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The house itself is very versatile in its layout with the potential to be one spacious house with both ground floor and first floor bedrooms or alternatively, a four bedroom primary house with a one bedroom ground floor annexe/guest suite/holiday let with its own separate entrance door. The accommodation comprises to the ground floor: Impressive reception hall with oak floor, vaulted ceiling and oak staircase to first floor; cloakroom; magnificent sitting room with vaulted ceiling, double French doors opening out to the garden and double wood burning stove through to the snug/second reception room; dining room with glazed door to outside and views across the garden and paddocks; rustic farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room; utility room with door to outside and rear inner hall. From the inner hall is a door to the entrance hall/lobby for the potential self-contained annexe with: its own front door; sitting room; bathroom; bedroom and workshop/kitchen.

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Below the main staircase is a storage area, the staircase continues to the main first floor landing giving access to four first floor bedrooms including; master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and en-suite bathroom with large walk-in wardrobe; two double bedrooms; shower room; double bedroom four/studio with staircase to second floor. On the second floor is a large studio/bedroom five offering superb views. The house is approached via its own private driveway flanked by lawns, paddock and small vineyard leading to a spacious parking area and access to a substantial garage/studio. The grounds include lawns, a vineyard (with approximately 110 vines), a vegetable garden, patio, vine covered pergolas and a summer house. To the far side of the property is a small enclosed paddock with stables/barn with access from a separate drive, also giving access to the end of the property.

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The gardens and grounds amount to circa 4 acres and are, with the exception of the small paddock to the side of the house, totally private. In summary, not only does the house offer substantial accommodation of circa 4000 square feet/370 square metres with much character and period charm, the gardens and grounds extend to circa 4 acres, the outbuildings include a substantial garage/workshop/studio and stabling, plus a private driveway and access across a driveway to the rear. Located in an elevated, rural position above the Brecon and Monmouth Canal on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and yet within a short distance of excellent transport links.

Sitting Room 
16' 10'' x 16' 8'' (5.12m x 5.09m)

Snug 
17' 0'' x 16' 10'' (5.17m x 5.13m)

Reception Hall 

Cloakroom 

Dining Room 
16' 10'' x 11' 6'' (5.12m x 3.50m)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
16' 10'' x 10' 11'' (5.13m x 3.34m)

Entrance Hall/Utility 

Boiler Room 

Rear Hall 

Annexe Sitting Room 
18' 1'' x 7' 10'' (5.52m x 2.39m)

Annexe Workshop 
7' 5'' x 6' 11'' (2.25m x 2.10m)

Annexe Bedroom 
12' 2'' x 6' 11'' (3.72m x 2.10m)

Annexe Bathroom 

Master Bedroom 
16' 11'' x 16' 10'' (5.16m x 5.12m)

En-Suite Bathroom 

Storage Room 

Bedroom Two 
13' 6'' x 11' 6'' (4.12m x 3.50m)

Shower Room 

Bedroom Three 
13' 5'' x 11' 4'' (4.10m x 3.45m)

Bedroom Four/Studio 
18' 1'' x 11' 3'' (5.51m x 3.44m)

Second Floor Bedroom Five 
18' 1'' x 13' 5'' (5.52m x 4.10m)

Stable 
29' 2'' x 28' 11'' (8.89m x 8.81m)

Garage 
28' 11'' x 18' 4'' (8.81m x 5.60m)

Workshop 
28' 11'' x 10' 3'' (8.82m x 3.12m)

Services 
We are advised that mains electricity and gas are connected to the property. Private drainage via septic tank and private water supply (spring adjacent to land shared with two neighbours) Gas fired central heating system. Wood burning stove.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way 
There are no rights of way across this property. The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Location 
Llanellen is a popular village community situated in the heart of the Usk Valley just two miles south of the ancient market town of Abergavenny and within a short drive are links to major roads and rail networks from Abergavenny to the rest of South East Wales and via the M4/M5/M50 network to London and the Midlands. The Cities of Cardiff, Bristol and Hereford are all within one hour's drive. A mainline railway station can be found in Abergavenny. The area is renowned for its scenery, its history and for the many leisure activities it offers. Riding, walking and cycling opportunities can be found in the immediate locality with many miles of spectacular footpaths and bridleways across the rugged mountains and through the valleys and woodland.

Continued 
For a more gentle pace, walks along the Brecon and Monmouth canal towpath are within easy reach of the property. A Waitrose supermarket is within 5 minutes' drive of the house and a wide range of amenities, including individual and chain shops, a thriving market hall, a wealth of good restaurants and public houses, doctor and dentist surgeries, a theatre and cinema and leisure centre, can be found in and around Abergavenny.

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31 March 2016

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  • Abergavenny (1.5 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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21 Nevill Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5AA

01873 603007 Local call rate

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