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5 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Llanishen, Chepstow
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Barn conversion
5 bedroom
3 bathroom

Key features

  • Substantial Stone Barn Conversion
  • 5 Bedrooms and 3 Reception Rooms
  • Extensive Parking
  • Double Garage
  • Landscaped Garden and Large Courtyard
  • Pasture Paddock
  • Beautiful Views Across the Valley
  • Easy Access to the Road Network

Property description


A substantial stone barn converted in 2005 into an impressive family residence with spacious rooms, offering 5 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms with a large kitchen/dining room. The property benefits from large windows looking out over the gardens and surrounding countryside, exposed timbers and brick work.

Description
Formerly part of Tump Farm and standing below the old farmhouse across the yard from a smaller converted barn, the property comprises a substantial stone barn converted in 2005 into an impressive family residence with spacious rooms, offering 5 bedrooms and 3 reception rooms with a large kitchen/dining room. The property benefits from large windows looking out over the gardens and surrounding countryside, exposed timbers and brick work.Approached over a sweeping drive (which forks left to the smaller barn) the property has extensive parking and gardens with a paddock of approximately 1.5 acres

Situation
The property is situated amidst the beautiful rolling countryside of the Wye Valley in the popular hamlet of Trellech Grange which has a small local pub, The Fountain Inn and is within easy distance of the villages of Trellech, Llanishen and Devauden which offer a range of local facilities.The Historic towns of Monmouth and Chepstow both offer a comprehensive range of amenities including excellent schools with the Haberdashers Monmouth Schools for Boys and Girls, shops, restaurants and theatres. Sporting facilities include Golf courses at St Pierre Golf and Country Club in Chepstow and The Rolls of Monmouth, Chepstow racecourse, glorious walking and riding.

Accommodation

Ground Floor
An attractive Porch with a front door opening to the Reception Hall with staircase off to the first floor and slate floor A Cloakroom houses the Worcester oil fired boiler and has a lavatory and wash hand basin. The Farmhouse Kitchen has a two oven, cream coloured electric Aga in a range of country style fitted wall and floor units with solid beech wood work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink and having plumbing for a washing machine and dish washer. A slate floor compliments the neutral tones. Large windows and a window seat look out to the garden and French doors open to the terrace and courtyard garden. On the other side of the hall steps go down to the Sitting Room, a lovely big room with full height windows and glass doors running along the front creating a lovely big, light room. A wood burning stove stands on a slate hearth with a warm coloured herringbone brickwork behind.Double doors open to the Dining/Garden Room with full height glass windows enjoying a lovely view over the valley and doors opening to the front and rear courtyard and double doors opening to Family/Sitting Room with exposed brick work.

First Floor
On the First Floor there is a long, split level corridor and large linen cupboard. The Master Bedroom has windows across the front enjoying wonderful view with a pitched ceiling and exposed beams and a range of extesive fitted wardrobes. The En Suite has a shower cubicle and shower, lavatory and pedestal wash hand basin. There is a further Double Bedroom with lovely views and an En Suite Shower Room with shower cubicle and shower, lavatory and pedestal wash hand basin. There are Three Further Double Bedrooms with exposed timbers and one has a door to the original stone steps to the courtyard. The Family Bathroom has a suite comprising a bath, lavatory, pedestal wash hand basin and shower cubicle and shower. A window with a wide tiled sill and wall mounted chrome towel rail.

Outside
A sweeping drive leads up to a gravelled parking area with a garage with pitched slate roof and triple doors. The garage has a concrete floor , power and lighting and creates a lovely large space ideal for cars or a gym, workshop etc. The sweeping drive has lawn on each side with landscaped gardens and a terrace to the front of the house taking advantage of the views and a to the rear, double doors from the kitchen open to a paved terrace with steps down to a courtyard area ideal for entertaining. On the south side is a pasture paddock.

Tenure
We are informed the property is Freehold. Intended purchasers should make their own enquiries via their solicitors

Services
Oil fired central heating and mains electricity. Water is via a shared borehole with Grange Lodge and sewage via a Clargester treatment plant. Both recently serviced.

Council Tax Band: I

EPC Rating: E

Viewing
Strictly by appointment with the Agents: DJ&P Newland Rennie. [use Contact Agent Button]

Property information from this agent

    Our showroom occupies a period building amidst the hustle and bustle of this most historic market town. Steeped in history and highly sought after as a residential destination due to the popularity of the local schooling and surrounding open spaces, we are fortunate to be situated in a central high street position surrounded by popular shops and well-regarded eateries and food shops. Our showroom is easy to find with car parks located close-by. As well as enjoying a prime spot, we consider ourselves blessed by staff who have lived for many years in the area and who can provide an invaluable insight into the town. Chloe Rutsch manages the Monmouth office assisted by Alice Lawson, our senior sales negotiator and valuer.

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