5 bedroom detached house for saleCwmcarvan, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, NP25
Offers in Region of £750,000
- Rear access
- Two wood burners
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Recently Renovated
- Summer house
- Good level parking
- Generous Gardens
- Ground floor WC/Utility
- Three double bedrooms
LOCATION: M4 located 30 mins away. M50/M5 located 15 mins away. London located 2 Hours away. The Perrogs is situated on a tarmac country lane surrounded by farmland approximately 6 miles from Monmouth which provides a full range of amenities with schools, both junior and senior which enjoy excellent reputations, including the Haberdashers schools for boys and girls.
A five bar gate opens into a circular gravel drive around a central raised bed and mature tree allowing for ample parking The beautifully landscaped garden includes mature specimen trees and lawns running down to the log cabin and natural pond.
A small covered Porch, with period tiled floor. A painted timber front door opens into a double-glazed lobby ( 2.06m x 1.09m) with fitted coir matting, painted timber clad walls. Full height glazing on front elevation. Radiator and double socket.
Also in covered Porch is a lockable door to Boiler Room, which houses a Worcester oil-fired boiler, 180 litre hot water cylinder and associated pumps, pressure vessels etc.
This lobby opens via a glazed door into the curved L shaped inner Reception Hall, with its quarry tile and slate floor. Walls lime washed and some painted tongue and groove cladding. Carpeted stairs lead to first floor and a stained glass leaded light looks into the Kitchen. Double socket and radiator.
Reception Hall leading to:
WC + CLOAKROOM:
Framed and braced original oak door complete with cast iron knocker opens into the extraordinary WC & Cloakroom. Featuring a converted "Bishop's Seat" in a solid oak toilet suite. A high level Sanitan white cistern supported by brass brackets. A complimentary corner wash basin in an oak cabinet. Floor carpeted. Walls lime washed. Brass coat hooks along one wall. Radiator.
Reception Hall leading to:
UTILITY ROOM: ( 1.97m x 3.57m)
Glazed panel door. Featuring a quarry tiled floor, purpose made fitted wall and base cupboards including a stainless steel double sink. Double glazed timber window. White glazed wall tiles. Radiator + 5 double sockets. Provision for washing machine and tumble drier and upright Fridge/Freezer. Central Heating master switch and controller. Externally this room is entered by timber stable door protected by a wide, open porch with quarry tiled floor, providing a perfect space, and store for muddy boots and wet jackets! External double socket. Secondary fuse box.
Reception Hall leading to:
LIVING ROOM: (6.33m x 3.7m)
Obscure glazed door leads to two brick steps and full width plinth down to reclaimed pine floor boards. Reclaimed brick hearth is built into one corner with a substantial timber lintel above and random stone splayed wall with a cast iron Villager wood burning stove. Two projecting bay windows have purpose built reclaimed pine lift up seats with internal storage. Small double glazed window opposite. Walls finished in Italian paper. 4 double sockets and 2 radiators.
Two reclaimed brick steps rise to a triangular Garden Room, defined by a painted timber handrail and period balustrades. Double glazed French Doors leading to stone and brick terrace and steps down to a decked timber patio. Stone feature dwarf walls and external lighting. 2 double sockets and radiator.
DINING ROOM: (4.52m x 5.2)
Entered from Garden Room, Reception Hall and Kitchen, by glazed doors.
Double glazed French Doors open onto same steps and patio as the Garden Room. Large double glazed window opposite, featuring leaded panels. The dining room floor is reclaimed pine boards with 1.4m diameter compass design feature of cut, ornamental slate, set flush in the centre of the room. Chimney breast is handmade brick cladding and a small wood burning stove on a slate hearth. Purpose made open wine racks with thick slate tops are built into the recesses on each side. A period glass fronted cabinet is wall mounted above a radiator on one wall with a full height Welsh Dresser against another. 3 double sockets + main phone and broadband + radiator.
KITCHEN: (6.7m x 3m)
Breakfast area with fixed table and period church pews with seating for four. The floors are quarry tiles with a rectangular central panel of ornamental slate. Pine wall and base kitchen units surround kitchen, with white ceramic knobs. Dishwasher built-in. Composite 1/2 bowl sink and drainer with mixer taps. Heating is provided by a reconditioned oil-fired Rayburn oven and a tiled plinth with the original yoke shaped timber lintel above. Fitted electric cooker with induction hob and extractor fan. Additional heating from electric fan under unit. Large window overlooking kitchen terrace. Small window opposite.
A purpose made timber utensil rack is fitted at ceiling level in the centre of the room. This is above a metre square polished granite work table with storage beneath. A plumbed in American fridge/freezer with iced water and ice on demand.
An unusual timber door opens to a useful cupboard under the stairs.
Quarry tiled. Wall mounted Duplex heater. Tongue & grove painted ceiling and walls. Hinged box seat for shoes and boots. Window and wooden stable door to terrace and garden. Mains electricity switch board and meters at ceiling level. Stable door with glazed panel.
Reception Hall Leading to:
Carpeted stairs to first floor with small double glazed window over front door and courtyard.
BEDROOM ONE (3.56m x 3.6m)
lime washed walls, part exposed roof timbers, exposed original stone lintel over small original fireplace. Carpeted. Windows to two elevations. 4 double sockets + phone point + 2 radiators.
DOGLEG LANDING with lime washed walls, fitted carpet and painted handrails and balustrades. Substantial solid oak corner post. Double door airing cupboard fitted with ventilating shelves + electric radiator. 1 single + 1 double socket + 2 radiators. A full height obscure glazed screen adjoins door into:
BEDROOM TWO (4.7m x 3.53m)
With walk-in dressing room with window and fitted open racks and shelving. 1 double socket + radiator. The bedroom has one complete wall of fitted book shelves. Painted timber beam over. Windows to two elevations. 4 double sockets and radiator. Solid painted timber door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM (2.62m x 1.96m)
White tiled shower cubicle and brass period shower fitting + marble step. A full width polished marble topped vanity unit incorporating an insert oval washbasin with brass taps and large fixed mirror. Low level w.c. Brass electric heated towel rail. Brass shower socket and adjustable vanity mirror. Solid elm flooring and stained pine cupboards and shelves.
The door from the bedroom leads back to the landing with hinged hatch & ladder to loft. Round the corner and past large window and display shelf leads to:
MAIN BATHROOM (3.72m x 2.16m)
With a renovated roll top free standing cast iron bath on claw and ball feet. Brass tap and shower fittings + curtain. A marble top vanity unit built across full width of room and an Edwardian style wash basin on a pedestal and low cistern and w.c. Copper painted walls. Solid French oak floor boards. Two windows on one elevation. Brass heated towel rail + shaver socket. Radiator.
BEDROOM THREE (6.25m x 3.77)
Features full height fitted wardrobes 3m long and ornamental chimney breast. The walls and cranked ceiling are emulsioned with a painted dado rail between. Carpeted throughout. Window on three elevations to garden and drive. 5 double sockets and phone point + 2 radiators. A braced & ledged door opens onto an open bridge to the first floor of the adjacent barn conversion.
The bridge features galvanised handrails with climbing roses and an external staircase down to garden and drive. Bridge has table and chairs to enjoy the views.
Bridge leading to:
FIRST FLOOR BARN CONVERSION:
RECEPTION HALL with wall mounted heater and access to roof storage. Electricity control box.
WET ROOM (2.7m x 1.9m)
A solid timber door opens into the wet room with similar t&g wall finish to reception hall on three sides and interlocking vinyl panels on the wall with the contemporary chromed shower and mixer unit. The floor is sealed, non-slip vinyl laid to falls with a stainless steel drain. Thick Welsh slate slabs form tops to white composite base cupboard units. A white ceramic wash basin and mixer waterfall tap is mounted on one of the slate tops. Close coupled cistern and w.c. A built-in mirror unit with LED lights, radio and shaver socket. Heated towel rail . Velux . Electric radiator.
Leading from Reception Hall:
BEDROOM FOUR ( 4.3m x 6.0m)
This large, airy, painted room is currently used as an office. High sloping ceiling, large double glazed steel window overlooking the entrance drive and a velux window opposite. Floor carpeted. 8 double sockets and phone point and 2 electric radiators. A small walk in cupboard with wet room water heater and storage shelves.
Open to the bedroom. Vinyl sheet floor. Tiled walls. White wall and base units. Stainless steel sink + drainer + Induction hob are cut into the laminate work tops. Extractor hood with light. Fridge/Freezer position. Hot water to sink by electric heater in base unit. Velux. 4 double sockets + electric radiator.
Leading from Bedroom 4:
BEDROOM FIVE (3.0m x 6.3m)
Solid timber door. Currently used as another office. Floor carpeted. Painted walls and ceiling. Large double glazed steel window, facing North overlooking fields and hills. Velux faces west. 7 double sockets and phone point + 2 electric radiators.
BARN CONVERSION GROUND FLOOR
This area awaits completion but has been set out to provide garage, workshop, large garden store, possible extra toilet and/or utility room, machinery shelter and stable with animal feed storage. This floor could have multiple uses.
*Extensive, mature garden surrounds the house to the South & West. The lawns and flower beds sweep down to the log cabin and the natural pond that is adjacent to the brook which defines the lower boundary of The Perrogs. Beyond the garden is an orchard with a variety of fruit trees and two bee hives
*LOG CABIN ( 5.22m x 3.70m)
With painted French doors, windows and power and lighting, this provides a tranquil setting nestled in the trees and shrubs with a stone terrace/barbeque area. Substantial fixed table on stone terrace.
Stone terrace with external tap and water feature, leading to garden. Single external socket.
1 = 5.8m x 3.00m with many storage shelves
2 = 2.87 x 2,12m
3 = 1.63m x 1.76m
In total the grounds and paddock/small holding extend to approximately 2.7 acres. MORE ADJOINING ACREAGE IS AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION WITH THE LANDOWNER.
SERVICES: Oil fired central heating to main house, electric heating to the barn conversion, mains water supply and private drainage.
South Facing Garden
Possibility to extend (Subject to planning)
Off street parking
Separate dining room
Private back garden
West facing private garden
Large dining kitchen
Triple aspect large lounge
Real Oak Floors
Large open plan kitchen / diner
Ofsted Outstanding School Catchment Area
Excellent Transport links to London
Off road parking
No Onward Chain
2 Double Bedrooms
Large Balcony overlooking Landscaped Courtyard
South facing garden
Ground floor access to property
Wooden double glazed windows
Oil central heating
Close to transport links
Lots of storage space
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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