4 bedroom detached house for sale

Cross Ash, Monmouthshire NP7 8PS

Offers in Excess of £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS
  • DOUBLE ASPECT 22' 6? X 18' 11? KITCHEN WITH ISLAND
  • UTILITY ROOM
  • DOUBLE ASPECT MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE FOUR PIECE BATHROOM
  • DOUBLE ASPECT BEDROOM TWO WITH EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
  • TWO FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • FIVE PIECE FAMILY BATHROOM AND GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM
  • WESTERLY SUN TERRACE AND FORMAL GARDENS ENCIRCLING THE HOUSE
  • DETACHED GARAGE
  • STABLE WITH TACK ROOM AND PADDOCK

Full description

Sitting in a rural position amongst the gently undulating countryside of Monmouthshire in the lee of the Graig and affording fine long distance countryside views towards the Blorenge, the Sugar Loaf and the Skirrid Fawr and further across the valley over the famous Black Mountain range of the Brecon Beacons National Park, is this substantial four bedroomed, four bathroom family home with five reception rooms. Featuring a superb centerpiece kitchen with reception rooms adjoining, this rural residence is undeniably just perfect for hospitality and entertaining at home. Enjoying views to all aspects and with gardens and grounds of approximately 1 acre to include a stable, tack room and an enclosed paddock.

The footprint and size of this unusual property will certainly arouse interest, given its potential to re-configure to suit individual requirements. Porth Gwyn would suit an extended family residence, or as a substantial home with flexible space for a work office environment. The property was historically extended to include a primary dwelling with an interconnecting annexe to suit multi-generational living and this could easily be re-instated if so desired.


Entrance Reception Room 
Sealed unit double glazed entrance door to the front with further sealed unit double glazed window affording views of the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid Fawr, coved ceiling, open fireplace with cast iron surround, grate and tiled hearth, courtesy window to the rear, radiator with thermostat, staircase to the first floor, set of double doors open into the Dining Room.

Snug 
Sealed unit double glazed window to the front aspect with views across the garden towards the Sugar Loaf and the Skirrid Fawr, open fireplace with cast iron surround, grate and tiled hearth.

Dining Room 
Double glazed courtesy window to the Sitting Room, radiator with thermostat, tiled floor, further set of large double doors open into the Kitchen, glazed door to Utility Room. From the Dining Room, glazed double doors open into:

Sitting Room 
Broad sealed unit double glazed doors with windows to either side open onto a westerly sun terrace, decorative fire place with tiled hearth and surround and electric fire point inset, radiator with thermostat.

Double Aspect Kitchen 
The luxury kitchen is a particular feature of this family home being fitted with a comprehensive range of Shaker style units with glazed display cabinets and inbuilt wine rack, complementary brushed chrome door furniture, space for a five ring range cooker, currently housing a Smeg cooker with grill and double oven, with Neff extractor hood over, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated AEG dishwasher, space for American style fridge/freezer, large central island unit with seating under, Double aspect windows to side and rear gardens. Stairs leading to first floor, understairs cupboard housing Worcester Heatslave combination boiler (serving rear of property).

Situation and Local Amenities 
Porth Gwyn Farm is ideally placed in the highly regarded rural Monmouthshire village of Cross Ash. Homes in the village are highly sought after due to the primary school and the Restaurant 1861, favoured for its fine cuisine. A school bus service connects the property with both the local primary school and further a field to the schools in Monmouth. The area is also renowned for its outdoor pursuits including hill walking along the famous Offa's Dyke pathway and the Monnow Valley walk, pony trekking, and of course, cycling along the national cycle route. For more comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities, Abergavenny and Monmouth are both easily accessible and boast many high street shops and local boutiques as well as renowned restaurants, bistros and cafes. Abergavenny railway station provides services to central London and Bristol via Newport as well as Cardiff, Manchester and west Wales. Good road links provide access to the M4 and M5 motorways and the ?A? route...

Double Aspect Garden Room 
A set of sealed unit double glazed double doors opens onto a westerly sun terrace, sealed unit double glazed windows with views over the garden, two radiators, coved ceiling, tiled floor, glazed double panelled doors to Kitchen.

Utility Room 
Sealed unit double glazed window to the side aspect overlooking the garden and with views towards the Graig, fitted with wall and base units with worktop, space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble drier, consumer unit, floor standing Worcester Heatslave Combination boiler (serving original house), tiled floor, glazed panelled doors to Dining Room and Kitchen. A panelled door opens into:

Ground Floor Shower Room 
Shower cubicle with waterfall shower head, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, radiator, sealed unit double glazed window, extractor fan, tiled walls and floor.

First Floor 
(two separate staircases lead to first floor)

Double Aspect Master Bedroom 
Sealed unit double glazed windows to the side and rear aspects overlooking the garden and affording countryside views, built in wardrobes to one wall, large walk in wardrobe/dressing room, two radiators with thermostats.

Four Piece En-Suite 
Panelled bath, corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower mixer, pedestal wash hand basin, wc, radiator with thermostat, obscure sealed unit double glazed window to the rear, tiled walls.

Double Aspect Split Level Bedroom Two 
Sealed unit double glazed windows to the side aspects with views towards the Skirrid Fawr and the Sugar Loaf, radiators with thermostats.

Jack and Jill En-Suite Shower Room 
Sealed unit double glazed window affording hillside views, fitted with a white suite to include a corner shower cubicle with thermostatic mixer shower, tiled splashback, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, extractor fan, radiator with thermostat, secondary door opening to landing area.

Bedroom Three 
Sealed unit double glazed window to the front aspect with long distance countryside views towards the Skirrid Fawr and the Sugar Loaf, fitted wardrobes, radiator with thermostat, panelled door.

Bedroom Four 
Sealed unit double glazed windows to the front aspect with long distance views towards the Skirrid Fawr and the Sugar Loaf, radiator with thermostat, cupboard, panelled door.

Five Piece Family Bathroom 
A white suite with the original cast iron enamelled Victorian style bath with overhead shower attachment, corner shower cubicle with tiled splash back, pedestal wash hand basin, frosted glazed window, partly tiled walls, bidet, panelled door.

Formal Gardens 
The property is set back from the lane and approached via a footpath which leads to the front door, the front garden is predominantly laid to lawn with flower bed borders, pathways to either side of house.

Easterly Side Garden 
A lawned garden enjoying extensive countryside views, silver birch trees, post and rail fence to sides. A five bar gate gives access to a driveway leading to the Garage 18' 7? x 13' 10? 5.66m x 4.21m. Up and over garage door, power and lighting, pedestrian door and window. A further long gravelled driveway provides extensive off road parking.

Westerly Side Gardens 
Lawned garden with herbaceous shrubs and borders opening onto a sun terrace with an attractive trellis surround providing a superb spot for alfresco dining.

Stables 
Tack Room 6' x 12' 1.82m x 3.65m Stable 11' 11? x 12' 3.63 m x 3.73m Comprising a tack room with loose box adjoining, power and light.

Paddock 
A combination of post and rail plus hedging to the boundaries and hedging, five bar gate to lane.

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01 May 2018

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  • Abergavenny (6.8 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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24 Lion Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5NT

01873 603009 Local call rate

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