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Llanarth, Usk

£2,700 pcm
  • Ref: 9719112
  • Availability: To Let
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 3
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Property Features

  • Five bedroom detached property with land
  • Three reception rooms
  • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
  • Private gardens and grounds
  • 11 acres of Paddocks
  • Range of traditional outbuildings
  • EPC rating E

Property Summary

This charming substantial family home is situated in a secluded location on the Llanarth Estate, 7 miles from Abergavenny, 11 miles from Monmouth and is conveniently located for schools in Monmouth, Brecon, Malvern and Cheltenham. It also includes a wide range of traditional outbuildings set within the private gardens and grounds and 11 acres of paddocks. Whilst the propertied is offered as a private family residence, equestrian and alternative uses for the outbuildings will be considered. The property has undergone extensive refurbishment and modernaisation. In brief the property comprises:-

GROUND FLOOR
Entrance via front door

HALLWAY Traditional black and red chequer tiled floors, leading to two separate stairways.

RECEPTION 1 Large timber-beamed south-facing room with feature flag-stoned fireplace and Wood-burner. Parquetry wooden floor and large double-glazed windows to two aspects, with fine views of the surrounding grounds and countryside.

RECEPTION 2 With Oak beamed ceiling, and leaded window.. Floor as adjacent hallway.

RECEPTION 3 Original inglenook fireplace with Villager wood-burning stove. Plasterwork ceiling cornices and oak cupboard (formally an ancient staircase). Suspended timber floor and built-in bookshelves. Main BT Socket and TV point

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Large kitchen and dining areas, with newly fitted modern white units, and four-oven oil-fired Aga, beamed ceiling and ceramic tile floor. Triple aspect windows and external door to outbuildings in small courtyard. Plumbing for dishwasher and drink-dispensing/icemaker refrigerator (appliances not included).

STUDY Flagstone floor and built-in bookshelves and beamed ceiling. Leading to:

WC WC and handbasin, with former pantry storage area.

SCULLERY Large ceramic sink and plumbed for washing machine, and ample room for other appliances. Rear exterior door.

REAR COURTYARD Flagstone floor and gate to garden. Covered entranceway with ceramic sink ; Separate WC & hand-basin; cupboard with plumbing and power for washing machine, tumble dryer. Open-fronted log-store.
FIRST FLOOR

Main staircase leading to landing:

BEDROOM 1 South-facing window with Victorian fireplace (unused) and oak cupboard in former ancient stairwell with oak-mullioned window.
BEDROOM 2 Carpet

BEDROOM 3 Also leading to secondary access to Master bedroom en-suite.

BATHROOM Newly fitted white bathroom suite with bath and shower enclosure, wc, and wash hand basin



TYNEWYDD FARMHOUSE

Secondary staircase to:

BEDROOM 4 Carpet, separate en-suite comprising WC and hand-basin, and airing cupboard.


MASTER BEDROOM With entrance dressing room area, large triple aspect double-glazed windows /skylights. Timbered vaulted ceiling consisting of sloping soffits down to floor level.TV and BT connections. Spectacular wide-ranging views across the Llanarth Estate, and beyond to Clytha Hill and the Black Mountains
EN-SUITE bathroom, with WC, hand-basin and Shower

EXTERIOR Extensive gardens, mainly laid to lawn, with kitchen garden plots, borders and a large natural pond well stocked with native plants. The property is approached via a long tarmacadam drive leading to a cattle-grid forecourt entrance.

OUTBUILDINGS Extensive range of traditional buildings, including Dutch barn (also housing oil tank), stone and tile summer-house with wood-burner and gravel terrace, excellent brick and slate stables (two) and tack-room with additional foaling stable situated in large stable-yard. Further stabling in adjacent brick and slate buildings. Rick-yard beyond with lean-to forage shed and cart-shed and concrete midden. Large (partial two-storey) stone and slate building for workshop / garage / storage use. Further two storey granary with internal and external access, ( currently licenced as a Cider House) with wood-burner stove, water and high-capacity single-phase electrical supplies.


PADDOCKS Approx. 11 acres of grazing paddocks.

ORCHARD An orchard which has a totally unique collection of all welsh cider apples and perry pears.
All have spring water supplies including the small starvation paddock

SERVICES: Oil Fired Central Heating
Mains Electric
Mains Water –metered
Septic Tank Drainage


COUNCIL TAX: Monmouthshire County Council Band G

EPC RATING: E