* SUPERB DETACHED GRADE II ELIZABETHAN FARM HOUSE WITH COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
* FIVE/SIX BEDROOMS, TWO WITH EN-SUITE FACILITIES
* THREE CHARACTERFUL RECEPTION ROOMS
* 30FT. RECEPTION HALL
* KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM WITH AGA, SEPARATE UTILITY ROOM AND OLD DAIRY
* FAMILY BATHROOM PLUS GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM
* ELEVATED POSITION WITH RURAL VIEWS
* RURAL YET CONVENIENT LOCATION
* NO ONWARD CHAIN
* VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
* ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING - F
A superb example of a Grade II list Elizabethan farm house believed to originate in the 15th century which has been extended in the 16th century to provide generous accommodation over three floors. The property provides much character and charm throughout. To the ground floor lobby with seating areas leading to period door to the 30ft. reception hall which gives access to the sitting room with inglenook fireplace, drawing room with period fireplace, dining room, also rear hallway giving access to the kitchen, utility, shower room and old dairy, with the sun room being accessed via the drawing room and the kitchen/breakfast room. To the first floor, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, guest bedroom 2 with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and generous family bathroom. Also from this floor, turned stairs to the characterful third floor with vaulted ceilings, guest bedroom 6, study and store room. This floor could be utilised to create a stunning master bedroom suite. The property itself is approached via shared long sweeping driveway to the gravelled parking and turning area, open store and garage, with gardens and ground approaching approximately one and a quarter acres. Set within an elevated position with far reaching rural views, accessed off the A48 with the town of Magor close at hand with its range of facilities. Rail links can be found at Severn Tunnel Junction and Newport. There are also motorway networks nearby, all bringing Newport, Cardiff and Bristol within commuting distance.
Approached via glazed door. Exposed stone walls. Flagstone to floor. Recessed shelving. Seating areas. Oak framed doorway with period door giving access to the reception hall.
Exposed beams to ceiling. Tiled and carpeted floor. Panelled radiator. Doors off. Access to rear hallway. Stairs to first floor landing.
RECEPTION HALL VIEW 2
SITTING ROOM 5.38m (17'8") maximum measurement to include
recess x 4.24m (13'11")
A most impressive inglenook fireplace with wrought iron multi-fuel burner inset. Bread oven and salt store. Glazed door and side panels to front elevation with views. Panelled radiator. Feature window to side.
SITTING ROOM VIEW 2
SITTING ROOM VIEW 3
DRAWING ROOM 5.74m (18'10") x 4.88m (16'0")
Exposed beams to ceiling. Display cabinet. Impressive fireplace with stone surround and lintel, wrought iron multi-fuel burner inset. Panelled radiators. French doors to sun room. Door to rear hallway.
DINING ROOM 5.51m (18'1") x 3.15m (10'4")
Faux beams to ceiling. Recessed shelving. Window to rear elevation.
Turned stairs to first floor landing. Tiled floor. Panelled radiator. Obscure double glazed door to rear elevation. Panelled radiator. Doors off.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 4.52m (14'10") x 4.29m (14'1")
Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level storage units, display cabinets and open display units. Under pelmet lighting. One and a half bowl sink and mixer tap set into work surfaces. Aga with triple oven and twin hotplate (to remain). Space for American style fridge/freezer. Tiled floor. Panelled radiator. Window to side elevation with secondary glazing. Window to front elevation with secondary glazing and rural outlook. Glazed door to sun room.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM VIEW 2
SUN ROOM 6.93m (22'9") x 2.69m (8'10")
Walled and double glazed sun room with power points and lighting. Ceramic tiled floor. Rural outlook. Access to drawing room.
UTILITY ROOM 3.10m (10'2") x 2.82m (9'3")
Inset spotlighting to plain ceiling. Matching range of base and eye level storage units. Single drainer stainless steel sink and mixer tap set into work surface. Tiled splashbacks. Plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled floor. Window to rear elevation.
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM
Low level w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Step-in shower tray. Airing cupboard. Wooden panelling to walls. Ceramic tiled floor. Panelled radiator. Window to side elevation.
FIRST FLOOR STAIRS AND LANDING
Exposed beams to ceiling. Useful storage cupboard to half landing. Window to rear elevation with secondary glazing. Panelled radiator. Doors off. Door to second floor stairs and landing.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING VIEW 2
MASTER BEDROOM 4.37m (14'4") x 5.16m (16'11") maximum overall
Range of fitted bedroom furniture (to remain). Two panelled radiators. Windows to rear and front elevation with views. Door to en-suite bathroom.
Low level w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap set over vanity storage unit with light and mirror over. Bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment plus folding screen over. Full tiling to walls. Window to side elevation.
BEDROOM 2 4.90m (16'1") x 3.45m (11'4")
Exposed beam to ceiling. Feature fireplace with painted wooden surround. Panelled radiators. Window to front elevation with secondary glazing. Door to en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
Low level w.c. Corner wash hand basin with electric heater for water. Corner step-in enclosure with electric shower. Full tiling to walls. Electric chrome towel radiator. Extractor fan.
BEDROOM 3 3.78m (12'5") x 3.17m (10'5")
Panelled radiator. Window to front elevation with rural outlook. Glazed and panelled door to dressing room.
DRESSING ROOM 2.51m (8'3") x 2.34m (7'8")
Panelled radiator. Window to front elevation with rural outlooK.
BEDROOM 4 3.86m (12'8") x 2.69m (8'10")
Panelled radiator. Window to front elevation with secondary glazing and rural outlook.
BEDROOM 5 3.81m (12'6") x 3.53m (11'7")
Panelled radiator. Window to front elevation with rural outlook.
Low level w.c. Bidet. Twin wash hand basins with mirror and lighting over plus shaver point. Bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment over. Two useful storage cupboards. Panelled radiator. Window to rear elevation overlooking the gardens.
SECOND FLOOR STAIRS AND LANDING
Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams to roof structure. Window to rear elevation with rural outlook. Doors off.
BEDROOM 6 5.26m (17'3") x 5.08m (16'8")
Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Wooden flooring. Window to side elevation with rural outlook.
STUDY 2.62m (8'7") x 2.31m (7'7")
Window to front elevation with rural outlook.
ATTIC ROOM 4.85m (15'11") x 3.33m (10'11")
Exposed beams. Natural stone wall to one end. Power points and lighting.
The whole of the second floor could be utilised to create a stunning master bedroom suite.
Steps down from the side of the property lead through to the cellar with power points and lighting.
The gardens and grounds are believed to approach approximately one and a quarter acres. Natural stone wall to the front elevation. Gravelled driveway leading to the detached oak framed open store and garage. Garden shed and greenhouse (to remain). The remainder of the gardens are predominantly to the side and rear of the property with stock fencing and natural stone wall to boundaries. Maturing shrubs, trees and bushes, well stocked beds and borders with an abundant range of seasonal planting, fruit and vegetable patches.
GARDEN VIEW 3
Oil fired central heating. Private drainage. Private water. Mains electricity.
From Chepstow, proceed along the A48 in the direction of Newport and you will see The Rock and Fountain public house on the right hand side. Turn left onto St. Brides Road. Proceed along this road for approximately a third of a mile where you will see a driveway on the left hand side. Proceed up the driveway taking the left fork where you will find the property on the left hand side.
From Bristol, proceed over the Second Severn Crossing taking the left turn off the roundabout signposted Magor, then left again at the next roundabout. Take the second right proceeding into Magor, turning left onto St. Brides Road. Continue for approximately one and a half to two miles where you will find the driveway on the right hand side. Proceed up the driveway taking the left fork. The property will be on the left.
TENURE - FREEHOLD
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None of the fixtures, fittings or equipment has been tested by us. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings.
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