Maes Y Res, Elms Road, Raglan, Usk, Monmouthshire
- SPACIOUS AND VERSATILE PROPERTY WITH RURAL VIEWS
- FOUR / FIVE BEDROOMS AND THREE BATHROOMS
- UP TO FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS PLUS LAUNDRY ROOM
- PRINCIPAL BEDROOM WITH WALK-IN WARDROBE, EN-SUITE BATHROOM AND BALCONY
- GATED ENTRANCE AND OFF-ROAD PARKING AREA LARGE ENOUGH FOR CARS AND A CARAVAN / CAMPERVAN
- TRIPLE GARAGE, TWO CAR PORTS, STABLES AND A TACK ROOM
- TOTAL PLOT MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 1 ACRE
- DUAL FAMILY LIVING POTENTIAL AT THIS PROPERTY
- SPECTACULAR VIEWS OF RAGLAN CASTLE CAN BE ENJOYED
- EPC RATING: F
Step into the entrance porch providing space to remove your shoes before stepping into a spacious reception room currently used as a comfortable lounge. It has previously been used as a dining hall. Windows can be found to the front and rear aspects, and an electric flame effect fire recessed into the wall creates an attractive focal point.
The sitting room has a stone fireplace with wood burning stove and French doors opening out to a patio at the rear of the property. A window to the front aspect provides a pleasant view of the front garden.
In the centre of Maes-Y-Res is a farmhouse kitchen with a beautiful oil-fired Aga. A Belfast sink with Victorian style mixer tap is placed under the window offering a view towards The Blorenge. Integral appliances include a four ring halogen hob and a fridge. There is a deep display shelf for pots and pans, a wine rack and plenty of space for the breakfast table. There is an integral oven
but the current owners have never used it and use it as an additional storage facility instead.
Next to the kitchen is a utility room with units to include a floor to ceiling storage cupboard matching those in the kitchen. There is space for a washing machine and dishwasher. The oil-fired Worcester boiler is tucked away in the corner. A cupboard backing on to the Aga is used for drying clothes. From the utility room an arch leads to an inner hallway.
Just off the inner hallway is a ground floor shower room comprising of a white suite including a Sanitan pedestal wash hand basin, matching w.c, and a shower cubicle. Next to the shower room is a laundry room.
At the end of the property is a formal dining room with feature, faux fireplace with solid oak surround and mantle. A large window allows for pleasant distant views. Adjacent to the formal dining room is a spacious study ideal for those who need to work from home. This room could be used as a ground floor bedroom if needed and there is potential to convert the ironing room into an en-suite shower room. The formal dining room, study / bedroom, ironing room and rear entrance has potential to be utilised as a self contained annexe or holiday let subject to gaining any necessary planning consents.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, each of them having a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside. The principal bedroom suite has a walk in wardrobe, fitted wardrobe, dressing room, en-suite bathroom and a balcony with superb views of Raglan Castle and the countryside across the A40. A latch door reveals the en-suite bathroom boasting a ball and claw bath, shower cubicle, low level Sanitan w.c and wash hand basin. The cupboard housing the hot water cylinder is in this room.
The family bathroom has a white suite to include a low level w.c, a wash hand basin with vanity unit and a bath with a low level window next to it enabling you to lay in the bath and admire the view.
A gated entrance with Victorian style automatic lighting opens out to an off road parking area large enough to accommodate a mobile home or caravan and cars easily. To the rear of the parking area is a stone triple garage block with a car port at either end. A car port has been used previously to house a hot tub and entertaining area. A staircase from garage 1 leads up to the first floor. The first floor is boarded. The double garage has a vehicle inspection pit.
The rest of the grounds are divided into a small paddock measuring in excess of a quarter of an acre, a level lawn, a further grassed area with two stables, tack room and an orchard. There are an abundance of fruiting trees to include, plum, apple, pear and a beautiful Oak tree standing proudly at the entrance. The gardens and ground measure approximately 1.04 acres in total.
Services: Mains electricity and water, oil fired central heating and private drainage.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property is offered with all existing wayleaves, easements and all public and private rights of way and other such rights, whether these are specifically referred to in these particulars or not.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items specifically mentioned in these particulars will be included in the sale, the remainder are excluded from the sale, however, may be available by separate negotiation.
Council Tax Band: Band: I
Local Authority: Monmouthshire County Council.
Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the selling agents
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
Maes Y Res, Elms Road, Raglan, Usk, Monmouthshire
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Abergavenny Station8.4 miles
About the agent
Call Powells for a no obligation Marketing Appraisal of your property. We are an established estate agency and chartered surveying practice specialising in the sale, acquisition, management and valuation of rural property including country & village houses, traditional & modern homes, cottages, smallholdings, equestrian properties, farms, land and development sites. Powells are based in the attractive Welsh Border town of Monmouth, strategically located on the A40, between the M50, M5 & M4,
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