- Handsome Victorian family home within a sought after area
- Elevated setting with sweeping views towards the Black Mountains
- Retaining a number of original elegant period features
- Generous accommodation, arranged over three floors
- Gardens and grounds of approximately 0.657 of an acre
Property SummaryThis handsome Victorian family home, within a sought after area, has a number of charming period features retaining elegance to this individual stunningly designed home. In more detail the property comprises, Entrance Porch with ornate stained glass arched window, double doors lead through to the beautiful Reception Hall with feature fireplace and attractive staircase to upper floors. The Dining Room has an ornate cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, a superb window enjoying the distant countryside views and French doors lead to a Garden Room, overlooking the terrace and garden. The attractive Sitting Room enjoys double aspect views with decorative stained glass window and also features a fireplace with woodburning stove. The Family Room has a feature brick open fireplace and again a window overlooking he garden with matching stained glass upper panels. There are ceiling cornicing and mouldings adding an elegance to the décor. The traditional family Kitchen/Breakfast Room has a Rayburn and attractive quarry tiled floor, a door to the back stairs leading up to the first floor, a door leading through to the Utility Room that provides fitted units, shelving and space for appliances another door leads through to the substantial Boot Room containing a cloakroom with high level WC, Wood Store, Tool Store and double doors out to the garden. On the First floor there are four fine generous double Bedrooms (two with en-suite) and a family Bathroom. There are two staircases which lead to the individual areas of the second floor. The back stairs lead to a private Room previously used as; Maid’s Room, Children’s Playroom, Art Studio and subsequently an Office. The main set lead to the principal area of second floor which, comprises of three further rooms currently being used as; Bedroom, Exercise room and Train room but offers great potential for a private.
Cae Elga is approached over a large gravelled driveway with turning area and garden to the front aspect, with impressive Magnolia tree. The driveway draws around the rear of the property to the detached double garage. There is a large terrace, perfect for outdoor dining, overlooking the fine secluded garden which feature; mature trees, attractive flower beds, an arbour with climbing plants, raised beds, a large vegetable plot with greenhouse and fruit trees, a wilderness area perfect for outdoor camping and den building. There is the opportunity, if you want a project to develop the bottom of the garden, as outline planning permission has been obtained by the current owners.
Osbaston is a popular area of Monmouth within walking distance of the town. Prominent Schooling is a feature in Monmouth, Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls, Monmouth Boys, Monmouth Comprehensive and Osbaston Primary are all within walking distance. Osbaston also benefits from a regular bus route. Sports clubs and facilities are also seen as highly rated in the area along with the pretty Wye Valley and Kymin. Good road access to the dual carriageway linking to motorways and rail stations.
We understand the property is connected to mains electricity and water. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage.
We are advised the property is Freehold.
Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.
The splendid Wellingtonia, at the bottom of the garden, which is believed to be over 75 years, carries a Tree Preservation Order.
If you are looking for a project, outline planning permission has been approved for the development of two dwellings at the bottom of the garden. Please see planning application ref: DC/2017/00159 for more information.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways.
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