- Impressive country family house commanding far reaching views
- In an elevated rural setting just 4 miles south of Monmouth
- Exceptional and versatile accommodation with 4 reception rooms and a conservatory
- 5 first floor bedrooms and 2 second floor bedrooms
- Well equipped breakfast kitchen with marble worktops and range cooker, utility and boot rooms
- Grounds extending to approximately 9.3 acres including paddock land providing direct access to bridleway
- Extensive range of useful outbuildings
Property SummaryThis beautifully maintained 3 storey country home offers exceptional and versatile accommodation including 4 reception rooms to the ground floor in addition to a substantial conservatory added by the current owners. The fully equipped kitchen/breakfast room has a centre island with country styled cupboards, marble work surfaces and a range cooker. Adjoining the kitchen via double doors is the conservatory with a tiled floor and pretty views over the garden. Accessed via the kitchen is a good sized utility room with space and plumbing for white goods. The sitting room with a feature fireplace, also accessed via the kitchen, leads to a further reception room currently used as a games room by the current owners. A substantial dual aspect lounge offers a feature open fireplace and provides access to the impressive conservatory. A study, cloakroom, boot room and boiler room can also be found on the ground floor. The entrance hall and stairs lead to 5 bedrooms and the family bathroom on the first floor. The master bedroom and guest bedroom have en suite shower rooms. The stylish family bathroom has a white suite with a separate walk in shower. Stairs lead to a further 2 bedrooms on the second floor.
The property is positioned back from the road and is approached through electric gates to a private driveway. The driveway continues to a large parking and turning area, together with a covered car port. The property stands within good sized gardens of almost 2 acres, much of which is lawn and ideal for childrens’ ball games. Overlooking the formal area of the garden is a paved terrace, ideal for enjoying a morning coffee or evening glass of wine. The gardens and grounds are interspersed with mature trees, shrubs and established hedges. Within the formal area of the garden is a hot tub. Two of the boundaries border woodland.
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There is a range of extensive outbuildings with further parking in front, that currently offer a store, gymnasium, workshop, party room and large tractor shed with a wood store to the side. The remaining ground comprises very good pasture in two main blocks extending to approximately 1.7 acres and some 5.7 acres. The property in all extends to approximately 9.4 acres. Not only does the property have the pasture paddocks, one of the great features is the direct access onto the bridleway.
The property lies on the outskirts of the pretty village of Trellech which stands on a plateau above the Wye and Usk Valleys in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is circa 5 miles to South of the historic and pretty town of Monmouth. The town not only the County town with much history and beauty, but offers a wide variety of shopping facilities, with well-known supermarkets sitting alongside independent shops as well as other retailers and the weekly market. There is a good choice of education options within the area, from the well regarded Primary Schools to the two Haberdasher's Schools (and preparatory school) in Monmouth, as well as Monmouth Comprehensive School which has recently moved to a brand new, purpose built site. There are many dining options within an easy drive and these include country pubs and more formal restaurants.
For the more energetic, there is a wide range of sporting facilities available including golf at the well regarded Rolls of Monmouth Golf Club, rowing at Monmouth Rowing Club and canoeing on the river Wye at Symonds Yat.
The nearby A40 provides access to the M4 and in turn Cardiff and Bristol. In the other direction the A40 gives easy access to Ross on Wye and the M50/Midlands. Main line railways stations can be found in both Hereford and Abergavenny.
We are advised that the property is connected to mains electricity and water. Private drainage via septic tank. Oil fired central heating system.
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.
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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/