Crickhowell High School (0.4mi.)
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*Video Tour Available* A fine example of an 18th century townhouse set in magnificent gardens with superb views. Three reception rooms, kitchen/family room, conservatory, five principal bedrooms, attic room, domestic offices, cellar. Photograph shows rear of property.
It is with the greatest of pleasure that we are able to offer for sale on the open market one of the most important houses in Crickhowell and the surrounding areas. Dan Y Castell is a stunning example of a fine Georgian townhouse dating from around 1734 but with some obvious much earlier origins, and has subsequently been listed as a Grade II residence. As would be expected of a house of this age, it has seen some extensive re-modelling over the centuries and in the latter period, first in the 1930's and lastly by the current owner in 2008. Photograph shows rear of property.
The property currently enjoys the following accommodation, three reception rooms, re-modelled kitchen/breakfast/family room with bespoke units, conservatory, five principal bedrooms, attic rooms, domestic offices and cellar, all set in a magnificent private garden with stunning southerly views.
To complement the house, its location is equally important as it occupies the southern side of the junction of Bridge Street, Castle Road and High Street and it is within yards of the centre of town. Crickhowell was voted the best High Street in Britain in 2018 with its wide variety of independent shops, restaurants and public houses whilst St Edmund's Church, the Castle and the cricket and tennis clubs are a short stroll away. In addition, both the primary and high schools are within a few hundred yards walking distance of the property, both being well regarded.
As already mentioned, the property enjoys some superb views of the surrounding countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area renowned for its wide range of outdoor pursuits including riding, fishing, hill walking, paragliding, cycling and bird watching.
As well as the facilities offered within the town, road links give access to the neighbouring town of Abergavenny (approximately 7 miles away) which has a mainline railway station, general hospital and Waitrose supermarket.
This property is truly one of the great houses of the Crickhowell area and discerning purchasers will not be disappointed arranging a personal inspection in order to fully appreciate all that it has to offer.
Period entrance door to:
17'6" x 8'3" (5.33m x 2.51m)
Feature oak floor, lift to the first floor, period architrave. Magnificent oak staircase to the first floor.
25'10" x 17'6" (7.87m x 5.33m) into bay
Feature double glazed double French doors into bay leading to the garden, second double glazed aspect including the secondary glazing to the front sash window. Feature fireplace housing a woodburning stove. Period coving and cornice, oak floor, moulded dado rail, two radiators, picture rail.
15'6" x 12'5" (4.72m x 3.78m) minimum measurements
Feature bay sash window, double glazed secondary glazing, fitted shutters. Display alcove, radiator, dado rail, picture rail, coving to ceiling, oak floor, built-in china cupboard.
21'3" x 17'6" (6.48m x 5.33m)
Refitted bespoke units with granite worksurfaces and handmade handles incorporating a stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap integrated into the work surface, Miele induction hob and oven. Extensive range of cupboards and drawers. Pull-out fridge, dishwasher, saucepan drawers below. Esse (Ironheart) stove. Island unit with polished granite worksurface with second inset stainless steel sink, pull-out cupboards and drawers, open display shelves below. Flagstone floor with under floor heating, dual aspect, glazed door to the conservatory and rear staircase.
19'10" x 9'6" (6.05m x 2.9m)
Bespoke oak timber frame with double glazed windows and roof. Double glazed door to outside, tiled floor, feature stone wall.
11'9" x 6'5" (3.58m x 1.96m)
Tiled floor, radiator, triple built-in cupboard, door to cellar.
8'0" x 3'3" (2.44m x 0.99m)
Thermostatic shower, close coupled W.C., wash hand basin, tiled walls and floor, radiator.
21'2" x 16'6" (6.45m x 5.03m)
Magnificent feature inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove, flagstone floor with under floor heating, dual aspect with secondary glazing (one with window seat). Glazed door to garden. Period inglenook cupboard and fitted shelves with ornate carved surround, exposed beams.
9'6" x 8'6" (2.9m x 2.59m) minimum measurements
Double glazed door to the garden, pine clad ceiling, flagstone flooring, radiator.
Close coupled W.C., double glazed window, flagstone flooring.
5'6" x 5'6" (1.68m x 1.68m)
Butler sink with adjoining iroko draining board. Space and plumbing for washing machine, flagstone flooring, secondary double glazed window.
14'9" x 6'3" (4.5m x 1.91m)
14'0" x 7'6" (4.27m x 2.29m)
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
38'9" x 6'6" (11.81m x 1.98m)
Oak floor, two windows, two ranges of built-in bookcases.
17'6" x 16'6" (5.33m x 5.03m) maximum measurements
Feature bay window, coving to ceiling, two radiators.
EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM
11'10" x 9'3" (3.61m x 2.82m)
Secondary double glazed window. Radiator, range of built-in wardrobes with ornate stencil front.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
7'10" x 5'6" (2.39m x 1.68m) minimum measurements
Walk-in shower, pedestal wash hand basin, close-coupled W.C., radiator, wall heater, secondary glazed window, two wall light points.
8'2" x 7'10" (2.49m x 2.39m) currently used as access to the lift.
17'0" x 12'10" (5.18m x 3.91m)
Window with shutters, radiator, picture rail, pedestal wash hand basin, shaver point.
12'10" x 3'9" (3.91m x 1.14m)
Built-in linen cupboard, built-in cupboard housing the hot water tank. Door to the attic rooms.
White suite comprising close coupled W.C., wash hand basin.
14'6" x 9'3" (4.42m x 2.82m)
Exposed roof truss, two windows, radiator, built-in cupboard. Ceiling hatch to MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery)
9'6" x 7'6" (2.9m x 2.29m)
Two windows. Panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled W.C., radiator.
Built-in linen cupboard, access to the rear staircase.
16'10" x 7'10" (5.13m x 2.39m)
Window, double glazed Velux roof window, radiator, exposed beams, wash hand basin, extensive walk-in under eaves storage space 8'3" x 6'9" (2.51m x 2.06m).
12'6" x 8'0" (3.81m x 2.44m) minimum measurements
Secondary glazing to the window, exposed beams, radiator.
8'6" x 5'3" (2.59m x 1.6m)
Low level W.C., wash hand basin with cupboard below, thermostatic shower in glazed enclosure, secondary glazing to the window, shaver point, radiator, Dimplex electric wall heater.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
22'0" x 6'10" (6.71m x 2.08m)
Window, Buderus gas wall mounted boiler and controls for the solar panels.
ATTIC ROOM ONE
12'6" x 9'3" (3.81m x 2.82m)
Window, exposed purlins, oak floor.
ATTIC ROOM TWO
12'6" x 9'6" (3.81m x 2.9m)
Velux window, exposed purlins and roof truss.
20'7" x 20'0" (6.27m x 6.1m)
Exposed roof trusses and purlins, oak floor, natural light.
The property is set back from Castle Road by a small forecourt which is retained by a low stone wall surmounted by period metal railings. This area has been principally laid to flagstones. Vehicular access can be gained to the rear garden via the automatic gates with a murmuration of starlings depicted upon them which are individually designed to create a truly spectacular entrance, which in turn leads to the tarmac parking area and the workshop. The gardens and grounds of this property are equally important including a wide range of mature and specimen trees including a unique "orchestra" of mature yew trees which depict a harp, piano etc. Adjoining the house itself are various flagstone patios including one adjoining the conservatory which is inset with a raised fishpond. The grounds are both formal and semi-formal, they have been principally laid to lawn and include a variety of mature shrubs and trees including a specimen magnolia and a copper beech which has a tree preservation order. There are numerous well stocked beds, borders containing a variety of plants and shrubs, all screened by a mature hedge and stone wall. The garden is south facing, from the house and gardens some spectacular views over the surrounding countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park and over the river bridge may be enjoyed.
We are advised FREEHOLD to be verified through your solicitor.
The property is located at the junction of High Street, Bridge Street and Castle Road, the vehicular access is off Castle Road.
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