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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Usk Road, Raglan

Withdrawn from Market £235,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Character cottage
  • Views over surrounding countryside
  • Wooden floors and staircase
  • Scope for further modernisation

Full description

LOCATED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF A MOST FAVOURED VILLAGE which includes school, church, doctors surgery, quaint high street with supermarket and public houses this attractive, period mid terrace brick cottage boasts LARGE LANDSCAPED GARDEN BACKING ONTO OPEN FIELDS with countryside views. Excellent commuter links to Newport, Cardiff and Bristol.
Parking is on road directly outside the property.

An attractive, period mid terrace brick cottage with a large landscaped garden and views over the surrounding countryside. The property has a wealth of character including wood floors, fireplaces a wood staircase. The cottage has the benefit wood framed double glazed windows, and gas central heating with the scope for further modernisation.

The cottage is situated in the beautiful countryside between Raglan and Usk, both of which provide excellent amenities including primary schools, shops, doctor's surgery, pubs and restaurants. The larger towns of Abergavenny, Monmouth and Chepstow are all within easy reach and provide a comprehensive range of facilities including excellent schools. The extensive road network gives easy access to the M4 and M5 motorways.

Solid wood front door with frosted glass panel to: 

Limestone tiled floor. Window to the front. Radiator. The hall leads round to the back door opening to the garden. Wood staircase to first floor.

low level W.C and vanity wash hand basin.

9'10? x 6'05? (3.01m x 1.96m) A fitted kitchen with wall and floor units with wood work surface and space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge. Cooker with extractor fan over. Part tiled walls. Window to the front elevation and tiled floor.

Dining Area 
10'9? x 10'0? (3.30m x 3.05m) Wood board floor. Fireplace with wood burner standing on a quarry tiled hearth and shelves in the recess at one side. Two radiators. Large window looking out to the garden.

Sitting Room 
14'4? x 12'0? (4.37m x 3.66m) Fireplace with oak mantel with wood burner standing on a tiled hearth. Wood floor. Large window looking out to the rear garden and views. Wood ceiling.

First Floor 

with window and wood board floor.

9'07? x 6'07? (2.93m x 2.01m) having a bath with shower over, low level w.c and wash hand basin on a wooden stand. Chrome towel rail. Frosted window. Limestone floor. Part tiled walls.

Bedroom One 
15'05? x 10'07? (4.69m x 3.24m) Window looking out over the garden and view. Radiator.

Bedroom Two 
10'08? x 10'00? (3.27m x 3.05m) Window looking out to the rear. Radiator.

Bedroom Three 
6'07? x 5'10? (2.03m x 1.77m) Window to the front, radiator and access to the loft.

Steps lead down to the front door with a purpose built log store. At the rear of the house is a beautifully landscaped garden with a level lawn with flower beds each side leading to a decked path and planted area with seven deciduous trees and a timber shed. Further down the garden is a pergola and gazebo beyond which is a natural garden area leading down to the brook at the bottom.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
23 March 2016

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