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5 bedroom farm house for sale

Llanvapley

Sold STC £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Attractive entrance porch leading to reception hall
  • 3 Reception Rooms Plus Kitchen and Conservatory
  • 4 Good Sized Bedrooms, Two with En-Suite Facilities
  • Bedroom5/self contained annexe with separate staircase
  • Two large outbuildings/workshops. Circa 1.5 Acres
  • Beautiful gardens with uninterrupted Views
  • EPC rating D

Full description

A 5 bedroom/3 reception room Victorian period farmhouse with self contained annexe and two substantial outbuildings set in circa 1.5 acres of gardens and paddocks. Rural yet accessible location with superb views.


En-Suite Shower Room 
Window to front. Radiator. Suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. and step in shower cubicle. Part tiled walls.

Bedroom Three 
13' 3'' x 12' 4'' (4.04m x 3.76m)
Window to rear with views. Radiator. Built-in wardrobes. Pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back.

Bedroom Four 
13' 10'' x 12' 7'' (4.21m x 3.83m)
Window to rear with views. Radiator. Wash hand basin. Picture rail.

Family Bathroom 
Window to rear. Suite comprising bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C. Vinyl splash back.

First Floor Self Contained Annexe/Bedroom Five 
This room is accessed from a second staircase and is above the Lounge/Family Room, originally part of the barn. There is also an external door and stone staircase to outside. The room has been converted to provide open plan self contained living accommodation with: Lounge/Dining Room/Kitchen, Bedroom and Shower Room.

Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Room 
20' 7'' max 16'5" min x 15' 3'' (6.27m max 5.00 min x 4.64m) Under Eaves
Five skylights to rear. Four windows to front. Wooden floor. Radiator. Exposed timbers. Built-in cupboard. Fitted kitchen with a range of range of cream fronted base and wall cupboards with work surface over. Inset stainless steel sink/drainer. Cooker with extractor fan over. Part tiled walls. Integral fridge/freezer.

Bedroom 
10' 1'' x 7' 11'' (3.07m x 2.41m)
Built-in cupboard. Two skylights to front elevation. Radiator. Access to loft. Exposed timbers.

Shower Room  
Step-in fully tiled shower cubicle. Low level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin. Wooden floor. Electric heater. Skylight to rear elevation. Spotlights.

Outside 
The property is approached via a part adopted/part private lane leading to a parking area to the side of the house. The lane continues to the paddock and outbuildings and adjoins a bridleway.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
12' 7'' x 12' 6'' (3.83m x 3.81m)
Windows to front and side. A country style hand made kitchen with wooden painted cream fronted base and wall cupboards with wooden worksurface over. One and a half bowl ceramic sink. Rangemaster 'Classic 90' cooker with electric hob, double oven and grill with concealed extractor over. Integral dishwasher. Island unit with storage under, wooden worksurface and breakfast bar. Tiled floor. Open plan to:

Dining Room 
12' 8'' x 12' 11'' (3.86m x 3.93m)
Window to rear with windnow seat position to take advantage of the fine views. Wooden floor. Floor to ceiling built-in cupboards to either side of fireplace. Stone fireplace with inset log burning stove. Radiator with wooden cover.

Description Continued 
An attractive Victorian period farmhouse which retains charm and character. Adjoining the farmhouse is a former agricultural barn which has been incorporated into the main living accommodation to provide a spacious 3 reception/5 bedroom house. The fifth bedroom is accessed via a separate staircase and has been converted to a one bedroom self contained unit which also has a stone external staircase and could be used as ancillary accommodation to the main house or let. The farmhouse has been updated by the present owners and is well presented in sympathy with the period of the property. Located off a country lane between Abergavenny and Monmouth, the location is rural yet accessible and affords superb views across the rolling Monmouthshire countryside.

Continued 
Between the house and the paddock are two substantial outbuildings, one of which has an inspection pit, the other can be let if desired. Adjoining the house to the rear is a mature garden with sweeping lawns and uninterrupted views, to the side is an enclosed paddock with access to a public bridleway. Please Note: these photographs are a selection taken over the last few years.

Entrance Porch 
Pitched roof with oak supports. Pine front door with decorative panels to:

Reception Hall 
A split level spacious reception hall with sisal flooring. Radiator with wooden cover and shelf over and two further radiators. Staircase to first floor Self Contained Annexe/Bedroom Five. Under stairs storage and space for computer/desk. To one side of the hall are double doors to Lounge/Family Room and Utility Room. To the other side of the hall are the doors to the Cloakroom, Kitchen, Dining Room, Sitting Room and Conservatory and the main staircase to the first floor.

Location 
Llanvapley is a popular village located some 6 miles from Abergavenny and approximately 10 miles from Monmouth. There is easy access to Abergavenny for a good range of amenities including, general hospital, schools, library, a variety of shops and supermarkets, leisure centre with swimming pool, theatre, cinema, banks, doctors and dentists. There is a mainline railway station in Abergavenny as well as a bus station and good road links (A40/A449 for Cardiff, Newport and the M4 and M5 and the A465 for the M50, Hereford and the Valleys) for commuting. Monmouth has a good range of shops and supermarkets, library, doctors, dentists and other amenities including both a comprehensive school and the well regarded Haberdashers School. There are also many high quality restaurants in the Abergavenny and Monmouth areas and Abergavenny hosts a well attended Food Festival each September.

Utility Room 
11' 10'' x 9' 4'' (3.60m x 2.84m)
Part glazed door and window to rear. Radiator. Oil fired central heating boiler and 'Megaflow' water tank/system. Space for fridge freezer. Wooden work surface with space and plumbing for appliances under. 'Armitage Shanks' ceramic sink with mixer tap over. Large built in storage cupboards.

Lounge/Family Room 
26' 9'' x 14' 9'' (8.15m x 4.49m)
Originally a barn which has been incorporated into the main house to provide a light and spacious room with picture windows overlooking the garden and to the open fields beyond. Exposed timbers and stone wall. Stone hearth with woodburning stove. Glazed door to stone patio. Two radiators.

Cloakroom 
Opaque glazed window to front. Suite comprising low level W.C., wash hand basin. Radiator. Storage cupboard.

Sitting Room 
14' 0'' x 12' 7'' (4.26m x 3.83m)
Internal window to Conservatory. Wooden floor. Attractive Victorian style cast iron fireplace housing woodburning stove. Period coving and ceiling rose. Radiator.

Outbuilding/Garage 
46' 5'' x 19' 0'' (14.14m x 5.79m) Front Part 42' 6'' x 19' 4'' (12.94m x 5.89m) Rear Part
An outbuilding partitioned into two. The front part has double doors to front. Inspection pit. The rear part has double doors to the side.

Outbuilding/Workshop 
75' 0'' x 28' 7'' (22.84m x 8.71m)
At present this building is let to a local joiner on a commercial basis and this arrangement could be extended by the new owner if required. Windows to side. W.C.

Services 
The property has oil fired central heating. There is mains electricity and water. Drainage is via a cess pit.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way 
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. There is a bridle path on the land.

Gardens and Paddocks 
The gardens are predominantly to the rear of the house and comprise sweeping lawns adjoining open farmland. The garden has a selection of mature plants and trees and flower beds. An extensive stone wall extends to one side and to the rear of the property. To one side of the property is an enclosed paddock (there is a public bridleway close by). Between the house and the paddock are two substantial outbuildings.

Conservatory 
21' 5'' x 8' 11'' (6.52m x 2.72m)
Windows to rear and side with views across the gardens and towards open fields. Internal window to sitting room. Exposed stone wall. Part glazed door to garden. Wall lights. Coving. Tiled floor.

First Floor Landing 
Main staircase leads to a light and spacious landing with large window to front. Wooden balustrade. Built in cupboards. Doors to Master Bedroom, Guest Bedroom, Bedrooms Three and Four and Family Bathroom.

Master Bedroom 
12' 9'' x 12' 9'' (3.88m x 3.88m)
Two windows to front. Radiator. Range of fitted wardrobes. Wall mounted bedside reading lights. Door to:

En-Suite Bath and Wet Room 
10' 4'' x 5' 10'' (3.15m x 1.78m)
A spacious en-suite wet room with both bath and shower. Velux rooflight. Bath with hand held shower. Twin wash hand basins set into vanity unit with storage under. Under floor heating below ceramic tiled floor. Low level W.C. Part tiled walls.

Guest Bedroom 
13' 8'' x 12' 8'' (4.16m x 3.86m) Excluding Wardrobes
Window to side with window seat from which to enjoy the views. Built in wardrobes. Radiator. Door to:

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21 November 2016

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