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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Brockweir, Monmouthshire

£460,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Lower Ground Floor Entrance
  • Superb 34ft Open Plan Dining Kitchen
  • Library/Study, Garden Room
  • 3 Beds (1 En-Suite), Bath
  • Lovely Cottage Garden, Stream
  • Studio/Annexe with Potential

Full description

An old stone barn lovingly converted by the architect vendor in the 1990s to provide a cottage of immense character. The attractive front courtyard gives an indication of the wonderful gardens to the rear, much larger than expected, with stream and fine views. The house has been designed to take full advantage of the garden with the living areas, including a superb 34ft living/dining/kitchen all at an upper level with direct access to the garden. In addition there is a large studio with potential.

Lower Ground Floor -

Covered Porch - Pair of double part glazed doors to:-

Entrance Lobby - Exposed beams. Built-in store cupboards and a pair of glazed doors through to:-

Reception Hall - Feature spiral stairs off to the first floor. Quarry tiled floor. Deep built-in cloaks cupboard. Exposed ceiling beams. Wood-burner.

Bedroom Two - 3.56m x 2.82m average (11'8" x 9'3" average) - Exposed ceiling beams. Double glazed window to front and rear. Fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf.

Bedroom Three / Study - 3.57m x 2.4m (11'9" x 7'10") - Exposed ceiling beams. Laminate flooring. Pair of double casement double glazed doors out to the DECKED TERRACE. Night storage.

Lower Ground Floor Bathroom - White suite comprising enclosed bath with mixer taps incorporating telephonic shower attachment, vanity unit with wash hand basin and low level wc, window with seat. Exposed ceiling beams. Built-in cupboard.

On The Ground Floor - Approached via the stairs from the Hall to:-

A Superb Open Plan Living / Dining / Kitchen - 10.56m (34'8)in overall length. A superb room with high ceilings exposing part of the A-framing of the old roofs with 3 double glazed windows to the front linking to Velux rooflights over and additional large Velux rooflight over the staircase. Painted board flooring. The room is informally sub-divided into 3 sections:-

Living / Dining Area - Pair of double casement doors out to the garden. Similar pair of doors to the Garden Room and 3 steps down to the Separate Dining Room/Library. Brick arched fireplace with open grate set under a raised quarry tiled hearth. Night storage heater. Hardwood white oak flooring. (From the Dining Area there is a balustrade overlooking the feature curved wall of the staircase.)

Fitted Kitchen - An extensive range of cream coloured units with contrasting hardwood worktops which incorporate a single drainer 11/2 bowl porcelain sink with mixer taps. Range of floor cupboards and doors including a peninsular unit dividing the Dining Area. Extensive range of wall cupboards with lighting beneath, tall larder type cupboards and integrated appliance comprising glass fronted built-in oven and grill with microwave over and a Bosch 4-ring ceramic hob with concealed illuminated extractor fan over. Build-under larder fridge and separate freezer and an integrated dishwasher.

Separate Dining Room / Library - 3.47m x 3m (11'5" x 9'10") - A most attractive room with partially exposed stone and partially pine clad walls with full height bookshelving to either side. Matching pine clad ceiling with double glazed Velux rooflight. Quarry tiled floor. The entire external gable wall is in double glazed units incorporating a pair of casement doors out to the terrace and garden.

Garden Room - 3.59m x 3.38m (11'9" x 11'1") - Glazed wall with leaded light overlooking the courtyard and entrance together with 3 double glazed rooflights over and a double glazed door to the garden which makes this a room full of light and would be ideal for a studio, etc. The stained glass is by Brockweir Glass. Stained boarded floor. Bookshelving. Fitted cupboard. Small recess with study. Hardwood white oak flooring. Built-in cupboard and door to:-

The Master Bedroom Suite - Comprising:-

Bedroom One - 4.3m x 3.7m (14'1" x 12'2") - Plus a walk-in lobby with door to the En-Suite and access to the large airing cupboard. Windows in 2 elevations together with high ceilings, exposed ceiling purlins and double glazed Velux rooflight. Full height bookshelving. Wall light points. Door to:-

Walk-In Dressing Room - 3.74m x 1.5m (12'3" x 4'11") - An excellent room with windows to either end, each with double glazed Velux rooflight over. Exposed ceiling beams. Wall light points. One wall is completely fitted with a range of full height built-in bedroom furniture comprising double wardrobes, ample drawer space and blanket cupboards over.

En-Suite Bathroom - White suite comprising enclosed bath and with a completely enclosed glazed sliding screen over, enclosing the bath completely, with a shower attachment and multi-head jets. Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin. Low level wc. Pine clad walls. Access to loft. Double glazed window overlooking the courtyard.

THE PICTURESQUE LARGE COTTAGE GARDENS
WITH STREAM AND VIEWS
The gardens are a superb feature of this excellent cottage. From the front there is no indication that they are so large or beautiful and the cottage is designed with the living accommodation on the first floor to take full advantage of the gardens with doors out from the Sitting Room, Garden Room and Dining Room/Library. The gardens are on several interesting levels laid very much in the old cottage style to lawns with shrub borders with a wide variety of trees and plants throughout. From various parts of the garden there is the opportunity to enjoy the sun or shade and also to enjoy the view towards the road bridge and, from the higher part of the garden, a fantastic view along the river as it flows towards Tintern. Throughout the garden are several interesting features including 2 decked areas, a covered store/summerhouse and patios off both the Sitting Room and Dining Room. Close to the boundary is a small orchard with a running stream in a fairly deep cutting below. To the side of the house is a covered fuel and log store and on the south side of the garden is a productive vegetable plot.

THE STUDIO/POTTERY WITH ENORMOUS POTENTIAL
Attached to the property, with direct access from the car park and overlooking the village lane, is a STUDIO with potential for a variety of uses. It is currently a pottery but could equally, subject to consent, become a Granny Annexe, Teenage Bedsit, Home Office, and also great potential as an Open Plan One Bed Holiday Let. (See Floor Plan).
The main room measures 6.2m x 5m max with partially exposed stone walling, high ceiling and wide window with a pair of double casement doors out to the courtyard. Double glazed Velux rooflight. 2 additional windows and a door out to the village lane. There is a radiator and heating run from the house system. Off to the rear is a small boiler room housing the oil fire boiler for the main heating and domestic hot water and a small kitchentte with single drainer stainless steel sink with hot and cold water, door to the covered car port and to FITTED CLOAKROOM with vanity unit including a wash hand basin, low level wc, quarry tiled floor and side window.

OUTSIDE
The property is approached directly off the village lane with parking for at least 4 vehicles with additional space in the OPEN FRONTED GARAGE / CAR PORT with log store to the rear and gated steps to the rear garden. Immediately in front of the cottage is a raised decked area facing south.

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