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New Market Street, Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15

Ground Flat
785 sq. ft.

(73 sq. m.)

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A rare opportunity to acquire a spacious completely self-contained attractive GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT occupying part of this Grade II Listed Georgian residence in this highly regarded locality in the historic town of Usk. The Lawns is situated behind a stone wall set well back off New Market Street standing in impressive mature grounds and benefits from gas fired central heating and off street allocated parking.

The accommodation with approximate room sizes is as follows:


The property is accessed via its own front door from the front car park, the only apartment in the building that is completely self-contained.

KITCHEN (11'6" x 10'5") (3.52m x 3.17m) with original hardwood front door with ornate fan lights, built in cloaks cupboard, a good range of quality wall and floor units with work surfaces, Beko electric oven, four ring gas hob unit with extractor cooker hood over, integrated fridge and freezer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, breakfast bar with fitted wine rack and drawers, cupboard housing Ferroli gas boiler unit, coved ceiling, ceramic tiled floor, glazed feature window to hallway.

LOUNGE / DINING ROOM (17'7"' x 15'9") (5.36m x 4.81m) with large hardwood sash window with fitted shutters to front elevation, two radiators, feature fireplace recess with wood surround, coved ceiling, picture rail, built in cupboards to both sides of the fireplace with fitted shelves over, two radiators, hardwood door to:

INNER HALLWAY with hardwood doors to bathroom and bedroom, coved ceiling, feature window to kitchen.

FAMILY BATHROOM white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, low flush toilet, bidet, panelled bath with fitted shower over and glass shower screen, tiled splashbacks, wall mounted mirror, extractor fan, picture rail, radiator.

BEDROOM 1 (17'7 x 15'11") (5.36 x 3.17m) spacious bright room with large hardwood sash window to front, hardwood small paned double doors to side with fitted shutters, picture rail, two radiators, feature fireplace recess with wood surround, two chandelier light fittings, two wardrobes.



All mains services are connected
Gas central heating (combination boiler)

We are informed that the property is LEASEHOLD for a term of approx. 970 years at a Ground Rent of £50 per annum, with each owner being an equal shareholder in The Lawns management company and which administers maintenance and levies a monthly service charge of £80 to include buildings insurance and garden maintenance,

LOCAL AUTHORITY: Monmouthshire County Council

COUNCIL TAX BAND: D (£1885.07 per annum)

Tenure: Leasehold You buy the right to live in a property for a fixed number of years, but the freeholder owns the land the property's built on.Read more about tenure type in our glossary page.

GROUND RENTA regular payment made by the leaseholder to the freeholder, or management company.Read more about ground rent in our glossary page.

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ANNUAL SERVICE CHARGEA regular payment for things like building insurance, lighting, cleaning and maintenance for shared areas of an estate. They're often paid once a year, or annually.Read more about annual service charge in our glossary page.

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LENGTH OF LEASEHow long you've bought the leasehold, or right to live in a property for.Read more about length of lease in our glossary page.

970 years left

Council TaxA payment made to your local authority in order to pay for local services like schools, libraries, and refuse collection. The amount you pay depends on the value of the property.Read more about council tax in our glossary page.

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New Market Street, Usk, Monmouthshire, NP15


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Pontypool & New Inn Station4.7 miles
  • Cwmbran Station5.7 miles
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About the agent

Digby Turner & Co, Usk

21 Bridge Street, Usk, NP15 1BQ

Digby Turner + Co is one of Usk's oldest established estate agent, situated in the centre of this much sought after historic town, offering an independent and personal service when looking to buy or rent a home in the area

The county of Monmouthshire is one of Wales' most beautiful areas consisting of many small villages and towns. It offers a wide variety of countryside pursuits, golf, fishing and other outdoor and leisure facilities, easily accessible from the M4/M50/M5 motorways.

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