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Warrage Road, Raglan NP15

Key features

  • STUNNING 3 / 4 BEDROOM DETACHED, CONVERTED BARN
  • LUXURIOUS EN-SUITE WET ROOM TO PRINCIPAL BEDROOM
  • MAGNIFICENT ENTRANCE HALL WITH FLOOR TO CEILING WINDOWS AND BI FOLD DOORS
  • UNDERFLOOR HEATING IN THE ENTRANCE HALL, KITCHEN AND SITTING ROOM
  • SUPERB MANICURED GARDENS, A DETACHED GARDEN ROOM AND GLAZED GAZEBO
  • OUTSTANDING VIEWS AT THE REAR ASPECT
  • POTENTIAL TO CREATE FURTHER ACCOMMODATION (STP)
  • 4.68 ACRES OF GROUNDS INCLUDING A 3.36 ACRE FIELD
  • EPC RATING: D

Property description

Bettws Barn is a fine example of a converted barn, completed in 2002 and loved by the current owners ever since. It has an attractive façade with Chartwell green aluminium windows and an abundance of character and charm inside.

Step inside the main entrance. It is a magnificent space with floor to ceiling windows at the front and bi-fold doors to the rear aspect that allow light to flood in. It is used as a reception room as it is a delightful place to sit and admire the exceptional views.

The entrance hall, sitting room and kitchen all benefit from having underfloor heating.

The main sitting room has a magnificent stone fireplace with a wood burning stove. Solid oak flooring adorns the floor and triple aspect windows show off delightful views to the front, side and rear.

The kitchen is located in the centre of the property. It has a range of white base and wall units with under and over cabinet lighting. There are integral appliances to include a dishwasher and an under counter fridge and freezer. The double Belfast sink sits under the window with a view across the front aspect. In the centre of the kitchen is an island with a granite worksurface matching those on top of the kitchen units. The oil fired, four oven, Royal blue Aga takes pride of place in the room and has Hazle Boyles hand painted miniature, ceramic houses as splashbacks. A fully glazed door provides a wonderful view of the pond and fountain.

An oak latch door, a feature found throughout the property opens into the dining room / ground floor bedroom. It has terracotta tiled flooring and a door and window to the rear aspect. There is a loft above this room and also above the utility / boot room. There is potential to create further accommodation above these rooms subject to gaining any necessary planning consents. At the rear is an en-suite shower room.

The en-suite shower room comprises of a double shower cubicle, a large vanity unit housing the wash hand basin and w.c and a heated towel rail.

The final room on the ground floor is a generous utility room / boot room. There is plenty of space for white goods including an American style fridge freezer. It also has a Belfast sink and drainer, a Worcester boiler, ceramic electric cooker and a cloaks cupboard. There are two telephone points.

An oak staircase leads up to the first floor landing.

The principal bedroom has Sharps fitted wardrobes, a window to the side and a Velux window to the rear. It has a luxurious en-suite wet room with Mandarin Stone porcelain tiles from floor to ceiling. There is a waterfall shower and hand-held shower, a 'floating' Villeroy & Boch w.c and a Keuco double wash hand basin. Above the wash-hand basin is an inset glass cabinet with automatic lighting.

Bedroom two has a window to the side and a Velux window. It also has a fitted cupboard housing the hot water tank.

The third bedroom is currently utilised as a study, it has a Velux window to let light flood in from above.

The main family bathroom has a suite to include a corner bath with a shower over. There is a little window at eye level so you can sit in the bath, relax and enjoy the view. There is also a w.c, wash hand basin and a vanity unit.

OUTSIDE

Bettws Barn has a gated entrance that opens onto a large off-road parking area for many vehicles, leading to a triple garage. The triple garage has electric roller doors, power and lighting.
The front of the property is well manicured with an orchard in the corner. There are several fruiting trees to include plum, pear and crab apple and also blackcurrant bushes.

At the rear of the property, you are met with outstanding views. The current owners had a bespoke garden room built. It has a chiminea to heat the room and a platform with space to place
a large barbecue. It is a great space for entertaining and has Champagne roses outside.

Behind the garden room is an enclosed rose garden with rose bushes running all the way down the boundary. Within this area are Himalayan Birch trees, a slow growing Evergreen oak tree and Red Robin shrubs.

A beautiful man-made pond with a central fountain and filtration system, lights up and provides a focal point in the garden. It is well stocked with fish and has a jetty. At the edge of the pond is a glazed gazebo providing another wonderful place to sit and admire the garden and countryside views.

The garden slopes upwards slightly allowing for an elevated pergola covered in wisteria as another place to sit under and enjoy. A gate opens into the field.

The property and land are surrounded by 6ft deer fencing. Within the field is a large pond with an island and duck house in the centre. Next to the pond is a mature tree with an original boundary stone at its base.

KEY INFORMATION

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains water, electricity, oil fired central heating and septic tank

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: H

Local Authority: Monmouthshire County Council. Telephone

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the selling agents

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Warrage Road, Raglan NP15

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Powells, Monmouth

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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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