4 bedroom house for sale

Llanvapley, Abergavenny

£525,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 25' 6" TRIPLE ASPECT LIVING ROOM WITH STONE FIREPLACE AND FRENCH DOORS OPENING INTO THE GARDEN
  • DINING ROOM
  • KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM OPENING INTO THE GARDEN WITH COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
  • UTILITY ROOM & GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM
  • MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE BATHROOM
  • THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS
  • FOUR PIECE FAMILY BATHROOM SUITE
  • DRIVEWAY WITH OFF ROAD PARKING
  • INTEGRAL GARAGE WITH LOFT AREA
  • SUN TERRACE OVERLOOKING THE STREAM AND COUNTRYSIDE BEYOND

Full description


Sitting in charming gardens alongside a sun terrace and overlooking a small stream lazily meandering below whilst affording splendid views across the gently undulating Monmouthshire countryside, is this handsome and aesthetically pleasing, four bedroomed detached stone country residence with two bathrooms and three reception rooms, situated within easy access of the popular market towns of Monmouth and Abergavenny.


Agent's Introduction 
Swn-y-Nant meaning "by the stream", is beautifully positioned in the heart of the village, nestled in delightful gardens by a small stream with a stunning outlook from all aspects of the cottage over the surrounding countryside. Of an aesthetically pleasing design of stone under a slate tiled roof with dormer windows to both the front and rear elevations maximising the enjoyment of the views, you would be forgiven for thinking that this charming cottage was much older than its 40 years. This family home has beautifully married the design concept of a country property with its internal presentation with exposed beams, a large stone fireplace and sloping ceilings yet offers all the modern trappings demanded by busy family lives, such as the large shaker style kitchen with eating area, separate utility room, two contemporary bathroom suites, an open plan triple aspect lounge/diner, together with the benefits of sealed unit double glazing and oil fired central heating...

Situation & Local Amenities 
Llanvapley is a small semi-rural village set amidst the stunning scenic rolling countryside of Monmouthshire. Llanvapley is best known for its cricket pitch and pavilion with village hall and its 15th century church of St Mabley. The larger town of Abergavenny is approximately 4 miles away whilst Monmouth is just 10 miles to the north. For more comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities, Abergavenny has a wide selection of boutique style shops, grocery and newsagent stores, supermarkets and many well-known high street shops. Abergavenny also hosts a market several times a week and a highly regarded world famous annual Food Festival. The town has its own cinema and leisure centre as well as a number of restaurants for evening entertainment. The area is well served by schools for all ages. The railway station has regular services into central London via Newport, whilst road links at the Hardwick roundabout give easy access to the motorway for Bristol, Birmingham, the...

Ground Floor 

Entrance Porch 
Double latched wooden doors, courtesy lights, stone flaged floor. A partly glazed entrance door opens into:

Welcoming Entrance Hallway 
13' 7" (4.14m) x 9' 11" (3.02m) Exposed beams to the ceiling, return staircase to the first floor, radiator with thermostat.

Living Room 
25' 6" (7.77m) x 12' 8" (3.86m) Triple aspect with sealed unit double glazed windows to the front and side aspects, sealed unit double glazed French doors opening into the garden, feature stone fireplace on a stone flagged hearth with cast iron fire surround within, exposed beams to the ceiling, inset spot lights, two radiators with thermostats, panelled door to the hallway. A square archway opens into:

Dining Room 
11' 7" (3.53m) x 10' 0" (3.05m) Sealed unit double glazed French doors opening into the garden, exposed beams to the ceiling, radiator with thermostat, panelled door to the hallway.

Study/Snug 
10' 9" (3.28m) x 7' 10" (2.39m) Sealed unit double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator with thermostat, panelled door.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 
17' 2" (5.23m) x 10' 9" (3.28m) Fitted with a range of wall and base level units in an oak shaker style finish with complementary door furniture to include various drawers and storage cupboards incorporating glazed display cabinets, plate rack and cookery book shelving, laminate worktops with tiled splashback surrounds, inset stainless steel circular sink unit with mixer tap, inset 4 ring Bosch hob with extractor hood above and oven beneath, integrated dishwasher and fridge, sealed unit double glazed French doors opening into the garden, inset spot lights and exposed beams to the ceiling, plinth heating, Mandarin slate tiled floor.

Utility Room 
Matching kitchen units with worktop over, inset 1½ bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashback surrounds, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for full height fridge freezer, sealed unit double glazed window, electricity consumer unit, inset spotlights, radiator with thermostat, tiled floor. Door to garage, door to garden.

Ground Floor Cloakroom 
Low level WC, frosted sealed unit double glazed window, tiled floor.

First Floor 

Landing 
Wooden staircase with balustrades and newel posts, inset spotlights, loft hatch access, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder.

Bedroom One 
16' 9" (5.11m) x 12' 9" (3.89m) Sealed unit double glazed window to the front aspect affording countryside views, inset spotlights, radiator with thermostat.

En-suite 
Panelled bath with thermostatic shower mixer over, low level WC with concealed cistern, wash hand basin set into fitted bathroom furniture with cosmetic worktop over and storage cupboards and drawers beneath, sealed unit double glazed window to the rear aspect enjoying countrywide views, inset spotlights, partly tiled walls, ladder towel radiator.

Bedroom Two 
13' 4" (4.06m) into wardrobe depth x 10' 9" (3.28m) Sealed unit double glazed window to the front aspect enjoying countryside views, radiator with thermostat, inbuilt wardrobes to one wall.

Bedroom Three 
12' 8" (3.86m) x 11' 9" (3.58m) maximum measurements Sealed unit double glazed window to the rear aspect enjoying countryside views, radiator with thermostat.

Bedroom Four 
10' 4" (3.15m) x 10' 0" (3.05m) maximum Sealed unit double glazed window to the front aspect enjoying countryside views, radiator with thermostat.

Four Piece Bathroom 
Comprising a free standing oval panelled bath, wall mounted wash hand basin, shower cubicle with power shower mixer within, low level WC, sealed unit double glazed window to the rear aspect enjoying countryside views, inset spot lights, partly tiled walls, ladder towel radiator.

Outside 

Front 
The cottage is set back from the roadside and approached via a 5 bar gate which opens onto a large shingle driveway providing off street parking for several vehicles. The garden is enclosed by mature hedging and hosts specimen trees to include an attractive weeping silver birch. A pathway provides access to either side of the house. The driveway leads to:

Garage 
18' 3" (5.56m) x 9' 9" (2.97m) Up and over door, lighting, power, window, pedestrian door to utility room, floor standing Trianco oil fired central heating boiler, stairs to boarded loft space 11' 0" (3.35m) x 9' 10" (3m) approximately.

Rear Garden 
A patio adjoins the back of the house and leads to a large shaped sun terrace surrounded by a curved wall overlooking the small stream which meanders alongside the rear boundary of the property and provides an ideal spot for enjoying the gently sloping countryside beyond. The secluded and private gardens have a lawned area, circulating to the front of the cottage.

General 
Tenure: We are informed the property is Freehold. Intending purchasers should make their own enquiries via their solicitors. Services: Oil Central Heating, Mains Water, Septic Tank to Soakaway Council Tax: Band G EPC Rating: D

Directions to View 
From Abergavenny turn into Lower Monk Street and take the B4233 for approximately 4 miles until you enter the village of Llanvapley. The property can be found in the centre of the village on the left hand side opposite the village phone box and bus shelter.

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Added on Rightmove:
07 October 2017

Nearest station

  • Abergavenny (3.8 mi)
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24 Lion Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5NT

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24 Lion Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5NT

01873 603009 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Abergavenny (3.8 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Newland Rennie, Abergavenny

24 Lion Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5NT

01873 603009 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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