4 bedroom character property for sale

Whitebrook, Monmouth

Sold STC £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedroomed Detached House
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Garden Room
  • Detached Garage with Attached 2 Storey Building
  • Approx. 3.4 Acres of Land
  • Terraced Gardens
  • Woodland with Stream and Mini Waterfalls

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Delightful, South facing, 4-bedroom country home of character featuring a spacious garden room. This former Corn Miller's house is nestled within an idyllic setting of terraced lawned gardens, woodland with stream and tranquil mini waterfalls and featuring a beautiful 16th C. Water Mill ruin all in approx. 3.4 acres. Detached garage with attached two storey building with potential to convert.

Original stone cottage with rendered extension with inset double glazed windows beneath a clay pantile pitched roof with PV panels. Features include areas of exposed wood work to walls, charming beamed ceilings, folding shutters to some windows and partly vaulted first floor ceilings with exposed roof trusses. Oil fired central heating with radiators throughout.

A stone garden path leads up to a part glazed wood panelled door into:

ENTRANCE LOBBY:
Coat hooks, ceramic tiled floor and doors into following rooms;

GARDEN ROOM: 6.58m x 5.77m extending to 8.5m
Splendid room glazed on three sides with outlook over the lawned gardens. Plant display shelving just below the window level around the room. French doors leading out to garden. Ceramic tiled floor, air vents in between radiators, glazed roof with cupola having temperature controlled automatic windows.

KITCHEN: 5.64m x 3.54m extending to 4.47m
Window to front and Velux rooflight. 'U' shaped worktops with inset double drainer sink unit with tiled splashback, inset De Diterich four ring ceramic hob with extractor canopy above, panelled cupboards and drawers beneath. Further range of tall cupboards incorporating fridge/freezer. Oil fired Aga with double oven and twin hotplates, tiled surround. Door to walk-in shelved Pantry. Ceramic tiled floor.

UTILITY ROOM:
Window to back. Worktop with inset Twyfords sink with tiled splashback, space and plumbing for washing machine. Worcester oil-fired central heating boiler. Ceramic tiled floor, door into:

CLOAKROOM:
Frosted glazed window to back. Low level wc, corner wash basin with tiled splashback.

From Kitchen door into;

DINING ROOM: 3.67m x 3.36m
French doors opening out to front garden terrace. Redundant original stone fireplace with recess shelving to side and beamed ceiling. Opening into;


SITTING ROOM: 7m extending to 7.79m x 3.76m Incorporating staircase with understairs cupboard.
Delightful dual aspect room with French door leading out to the garden. Impressive exposed stone inglenook fireplace with inset Yotel woodburner set on a raised flagstone hearth, original oak lintel with mantel above and recess either side of chimney breast. Stairs with balustrade up to first floor with part glazed door into:

LIVING ROOM AREA: 4.48m x 3.72m
Window to front and back. Exposed roof trusses, access to loft space. Doors to following;

BEDROOM TWO: 4.28m x 3.86m
Attractive views to front and back. Built-in double wardrobe with hanging rail.

BEDROOM THREE: 2.92m x 2.75m
Window overlooking garden. Built-in storage within recess above staircase.

INNER HALL:
Approached via part glazed panelled door. Airing cupboard with hot water tank, Drayton Lifestyle thermostat controls and slatted shelving.

FAMILY BATHROOM:
Velux rooflight. White suite comprising panelled bath, folding shower screen and Mira Sport shower unit. Low level wc, pedestal basin with mirror above and shaver light and point. Tiling to walls and ceiling. Extractor fan.

BEDROOM FOUR: 3.64m x 2.72m
Window to front. Built-in double wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf above.

STUDY: 2.23m x 1.88m
Velux rooflight. Desktop area providing work space.

MASTER BEDROOM: 3.58m x 3.63m
Dual aspect overlooking the delightful gardens. Walk-in wardrobe with hanging rail, shelving and storage area. Door to garden room via an elegant Victorian style wrought-iron spiral staircase. Door into:

EN-SUITE BATHROOM:
Velux rooflight. White suite comprising panelled bath with shower screen and shower unit. Pedestal basin with mirror, shaver light and point above. Low level wc and bidet. Tiled walls and ceiling. Wall mounted mirror fronted cabinet and extractor fan.

OUTSIDE:
The property is approached over a driveway with dry-stone walling along one side with lawned garden to the other, drawing up to the parking and turning area which leads to the stone DETACHED GARAGE AND WORKSHOP garage measuring 7.96m x 4m with electric up and over door. Door through to workshop 6.45m x 3.71m plus projecting bay window to front. Power and lighting. Open tread wooden staircase to useful ATTIC ROOM above measuring 4.23m x 3.83m with window to front and side.

The front flagstone terrace has a formal planting arrangement of lavender and heather border with stone rockery surround. Feature ornamental stone water butts, two ornate shaped box hedges with a path leading around side to a small planted kitchen garden which flows into a lawned garden with wrought iron gate set within the stone walling. The grounds lie predominantly to the front and either end of the property with suitable areas to enjoy entertaining, with impressive wide stone steps leading to various sections. A beautiful wooded parkland setting to one end with a brook leading to the main stream which meanders down through the garden on the lower boundary capturing a number of small waterfalls. Sited half way along is the charming old Mill ruin which is believed to be the last one built in the Whitebrook Valley around 450 years ago and continued working until the early 1900's. Stone steps leading through to the Rhododendron garden which follows the stream along the front lower boundary. An interesting variety of mature trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders provide a haven for small wildlife.

N.B. Please note that a walkers right of way runs directly along the driveway through the grounds.

SERVICES:
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage. Oil central heating. PV panels with FIT. Council Tax Band G; EPC D.


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Added on Rightmove:
02 April 2019

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Nearest station

  • Lydney (8.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Roscoe Rogers & Knight, Monmouth

3 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, NP25 3BT

01600 522003 Local call rate

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