7 bedroom character property for sale

Llangarron, Ross on Wye


Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedroomed Semidetached Farmhouse + 2 Bed Apartment + Detached 2 Bed Barn Conversion with Garage & Approx. 2 Acres of Meadow
  • Private Central Courtyard
  • Garden with Terrace
  • 5 Bay Garage with Electric Gates
  • Grade II Listed Buildings

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Originally forming part of a c16th Elizabethan Manor house and set in a group of beautifully restored and upgraded listed buildings in an attractive rural location within easy reach of Monmouth and Ross on wye, this substantial, characteristic 3 bed farmhouse offers well-proportioned accommodation which has been sympathetically updated with high quality fixtures and fittings throughout. A Cider Mill incorporates a splendid feature press and mill stone with self-contained 2 Bed apartment above. Private central courtyard and mature lawned garden and terrace. Extensive walled carparking area with 5 bay garage and electric gates. Included is a very attractive detached 2-bedroom barn conversion with garden and garage, and a meadow, all totalling Approx. 2acres.

Traditional stone construction with inset wooden windows, mainly double glazed with some original leaded windows set under a natural slate and tiled pitched roofs with brick chimney stacks and gable dormer windows. Original features include wooden doors, moulded joinery, exposed original wooden floors, brickwork and a wealth of beams, inglenook fireplaces with woodburning stoves. Oil fired central heating systems to all three properties with radiators throughout.

Accessed via a wrought iron gate into the front garden and terrace into:

Approached via French doors, window to side. Splendid stone inglenook fireplace with raised flagstone hearth, inset 'Purevision' woodburning stove, recessed area to side with log storage space. Corner floor pine storage cupboard. Oak flooring, carpeted wooden staircase to first floor with newel post, wooden handrail and turned balustrade. Door into:

DRAWING ROOM: 5.59m x 5.36m
Window overlooking garden, deep wooden window sill, recess with glazed panel. Part exposed brick wall with inset timbers. Substantial stone inglenook fireplace with raised stone hearth with inset 'Purevision' woodburning stove.

Limestone flooring. Work surface with space and plumbing beneath for washing machine, storage cupboard to side. Wooden double-glazed panelled door with matching side panel to inner courtyard. Doors to following:

Low level wc and pedestal basin with mixer tap. Limestone flooring.

Two windows to side with granite window sills. 'L' shaped granite work tops with inset one and half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and steaming hot water filter tap. Inset Rangemaster Professional Deluxe double oven, grill and plate warmer with five ring gas hob including cast wok ring and inset electric ceramic hotplate, extractor canopy above with lighting. Painted wood panelled cupboards and drawers with integrated Bosch dishwasher and fridge/freezer, matching wall cupboards, recessed shelving area with deep pan soft closing cupboards beneath. Freestanding island unit with oak cupboards and drawers with shaker style shelving space beneath a granite worktop. Engineered oak flooring and recessed downlighters.
Two windows overlooking courtyard garden. Door into:

Window overlooking courtyard. Large walk-in shower cubicle with glazed screen, overhead rain shower. Vanity unit with glass circular basin and mixer tap above. Low level wc, chrome ladder towel radiator, engineered oak floor, built in storage cupboard and access to loft space.

Small galleried landing with original leaded window to side. Door into:

MAIN BEDROOM SUITE: 4.57m plus wardrobe x 3.70m extending to 5.35m
Window overlooking garden. Range of bespoke wardrobes comprising three double fronted oak units with shelving and hanging rails, further built in wardrobe with hanging rail. Door into:

Window and Velux rooflight. White suite comprising oval bath with freestanding waterflow mixer tap and shower attachment. Twin vanity basins with mixer tap set on a marble tiled unit with shaver point above and mirror either side with inset lighting. Walk-in polished marble tiled shower with Mira shower unit and glazed screen. Low level wc, towel radiator, recessed downlighters, area of original exposed wattle and daub. Door into:

FITTED DRESSING ROOM: 4m x 3.85m maximum
Window overlooking garden, ample open fronted range of bedroom furniture comprising drawers, shelving and hanging rails, mezzanine area above, one half of the room door leading through to:

With feature area of exposed original wattle daub.

From the Landing:
An inner hall opens through to:

BEDROOM THREE: 4.46m x 3.23m reducing to 2.15m
Window to side. Walkway through to:

With small window overlooking courtyard. Two built in wardrobes with hanging rail. Door into:

Window to side overlooking field land. White suite comprising glazed corner shower cubicle with Mira Mini Duo shower mixer. Pedestal basin with mixer tap, mirror above with inset lighting. Low level wc. Towel radiator and access to loft space. Door into:

With independent staircase from ground floor, original leaded window to side. Door into:

KITCHEN: 3.94m x 2.14m
Window overlooking courtyard. Worktops with inset circular stainless-steel sink unit having matching drainer and mixer tap. Inset Zanussi oven and grill, four ring ceramic hob, integrated washing machine and white gloss fronted cupboards and drawers with two larder cupboards having shelving, Bosch fridge/freezer. Doors to following:

SITTING ROOM: 4.21m x 5.06m (see floorplan)
Views overlooking opposite field land, deep window seat. Recess with shelving.

BEDROOM ONE: 3.31m plus wardrobe x 2.76m
Window to back. Built-in triple wardrobe along one wall with hanging rail and shelving.

BEDROOM TWO: 4.02m x 2.78m reducing to 2.84m
Window to back.

Window overlooking courtyard.

Window overlooking courtyard, tiled window sill. White suite comprising large walk-in shower with glazed screen and shower unit. Low level wc, pedestal basin with mixer tap, wall mounted double fronted medicine cabinet with shelving. Built-in airing cupboard with hot water tank and slatted shelving.

Across the lane is an extensive gated walled parking and turning area accessed via a pair of ornate wrought iron automated gates. Set at the back is a bespoke and substantial 5 bay open fronted GARAGE (measurement to follow ring Steve H.) with power and lighting inside and out.
The walled garden and sun terrace is situated to the front of the property with formal lawn and well stocked established planted borders creating interest and colour with mature climbing plants against the house. There is a pathway along the side which provides an independent access to the self-contained apartment and access to a private, enclosed, inner cobbled courtyard area with hot tub also accessed from The Farmhouse. Two separate doors give access to;
Window to front and side. With complete cider press and mill stone. Stone and brick floor and doors lead into;

With oil fired central heating boiler for the apartment.

With slatted shelving on three sides.

Mains electricity, water, private drainage systems and oil-fired central heating systems. Council Tax Band TBC. EPC rating E.


Set within a select group of Grade II listed converted barns, the farmhouse and manor house this very well presented and tastefully converted two bedroomed barn conversion is located on the outskirts of the active communities in Llangarron and Llangrove, within easy reach of Monmouth and Ross on Wye, their renowned schools and the major road networks. The Stable has the benefit of an elevated aspect, a level lawned garden with a summer house and a meadow with stream at the bottom all with far reaching views across open countryside. Private driveway with parking area and a detached "L" shaped garage/workshop.

The barn is constructed in local red sandstone with inset wooden double-glazed windows and doors under a pitched slate tiled roof. Oil fired central heating with zoned under-floor heating on the ground floor and radiators to the first floor. The internal doors are oak with wrought iron furniture. All the skirting boards and architraves are moulded. Ceramic tiling to the majority of the ground floor. Most windows have hardwood wooden feature lintels and deep timber sills and wrought iron furniture. Power points throughout including table lamp sockets and ceramic up-lighters.

The approach from the gravelled driveway is through a part glazed vertically boarded door into:


With floor standing Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Plumbing for washing machine. Two slatted shelves. Access for under-floor heating ports and control clock. Extract fan.

White suite comprising low level WC, basin and pedestal with mirror and shaver light over and ceramic tiled splashback. Extract fan.

From Lobby into;

Window and pair of hardwood panelled arch top doors to front with original shaped oak beam over and a window to the rear with views across the garden to open countryside beyond over "U" white marble worktops and splash backs with painted white cupboards and drawers set under with stainless steel handles. Inset single drainer sink with pillar tap, induction hob with stainless steel splashback and convector oven under and stainless-steel hood over with extractor and integral fridge and carousel. Matching wall units and low voltage downlighters.

Feature central beam part exposed. Solid oak staircase with shaped balustrades, square newels and winders leading to the First Floor with cupboard under. Oak framed partitions with central opening into:

SITTING ROOM AREA: 4.45m x 3.14m
Picture window to end and window to side with attractive views. Up stairs to:
Part exposed beams and trusses and engineered oak floor.

With Tempest solar tank fuelled by solar panel on the front roof in conjunction with the central heating. Sealed system and controls. Slatted shelf.

Pair of doors into spacious walk in wardrobe with hanging rail at high level.

BEDROOM TWO: 4.52m x 3.2m
With raked ceilings, part exposed purlin, roof light with integral blind and feature arrow slit window at high level.

Door with glazed panel over into:

Raked ceiling with exposed wall and roof timbers with inset roof light. White suite comprising low level WC, bath with ceramic tiled splashback, laminated shelf with rectangular basin and shaver light over. Corner set shower with two laminated walls, mixer valve with head on adjustable rail and sliding curved doors. Chrome ladder radiator and matching floor.

BEDROOM ONE: 4.54m x 3.24m
Raked ceilings, inset roof light with integral blind and arrow slit window at high level with glazed panel. Window with views over garden and garage. Exposed purlin and roof truss.

To the front is a small lawned terrace with rockery and planted shrubs and borders behind low stone retaining walls. The tarmacadam driveway leads up a wooden five bar gate leading to the gravelled parking ad turning area and access to:

L-SHAPED GARAGE/WORKSHOP: 5.85m x 3.11m plus 3.45m x 3.1m
Constructed in concrete block with shiplap boarded exterior and concrete floor, under pitched tiled roofs. Roller shutter automated garage door together with ledged and braced door and window in the workshop area. Water feed, power points and light.

Additional car parking to the side and a low-level stone wall separates the main lawned garden with sun terrace, planted shrubs, two raised vegetable growing beds all enjoying outstanding countryside views.

This has been professionally graded and seeded with interspaced mature trees and runs down to the Garron Brook interspaced mature trees where there is a five-bar gate on to the lane. All totalling approximately 1.5 acres.

Mains electricity, mains water, oil fired central heating, back up solar. Sewage treatment plant. EPC Rating B. Council Tax Band B.

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01 July 2019

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Nearest station

  • Hereford (11.3 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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