* CONVERTED FORMER VICTORIAN RAILWAY STATION
* WEALTH OF CHARACTER AND CHARM THROUGHOUT
* THREE GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, BEDROOM 3 WITH EN-SUITE BATHROOM
* SITTING/DINING ROOM, FORMERLY SEPARATE GENTLEMAN AND LADIES WAITING AREA
* SUPERB LIVING ROOM
* KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
* DOUBLE GARAGE WITH AMPLE PARKING AND TURNING AREA
* WELL MAINTAINED GARDENS
* STUNNING PANORAMIC VIEWS ACROSS OPEN COUNTRYSIDE TOWARDS TO THE BLORENGE MOUNTAIN
* NO ONWARD CHAIN
* VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
* ENERGY EFFICIENCY RATING - E
A former Victorian railway station which was closed some time in the 1960's and fell into disrepair until being bought by a local well-respected builder, converted to a high standard throughout and extended to it's current superb accommodation set over two floors, retaining many original features with generous gardens, detached garage and panoramic views across open countryside towards the Blorenge Mountain. The accommodation affords to the ground floor reception hall with turned stairs to first floor landing, ground floor w.c., kitchen/breakfast room, superb sitting/dining room which was formerly the Gentleman and Ladies' Waiting Area, utility area, conservatory and fantastic living room. To the first floor, master bedroom with views, guest bedroom 2 with door off to the second first floor landing, giving access to bedroom 3 and en-suite bathroom, again with views. There is also a family bathroom to this floor. Outside the driveway is approached via double five bar gates which in turn lead to the generous parking and turning area and detached double garage. There are also well maintained gardens and viewing comes highly recommended. The property itself is situated between the historic towns of Abergavenny and Raglan, thus giving easy access to the road links via Hardwick roundabout to the motorway for Bristol, Birmingham, the South West, London and A routes from Monmouth, Hereford, Cwmbran and Cardiff. The nearest working railway station is at Abergavenny, approximately 2.5 miles away with services to central London via Newport and Cardiff. Abergavenny itself and Raglan offer a more attendant range of facilities.
Solid panelled door with obscure glazed insert into reception hall.
10'11" high ceilings and solid wooden flooring. Panelled radiator. Turned stairs to first floor landing. Double doors with leaded stained glass inserts into sitting/dining room. Door to kitchen/breakfast room, Door to ground floor w.c.
RECEPTION HALL VIEW 2
GROUND FLOOR W.C.
High level w.c. Wash hand basin. Wooden flooring. Panelled radiator. Extractor fan.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 5.16m (16'11") x 2.95m (9'8") max to inc. recess
Inset spotlighting to plain ceiling with ceiling height of 11'3". A light and airy room which benefits from a matching range of base and eye level storage units, display cabinets and end displays. Twin sink and single drainer with mixer tap set into worksurface, all with tiled splashbacks. Built-in double oven. Four ring electric hob set into worksurface, extractor hood and lighting over. Space for fridge. Plumbing and space for dishwasher. Tiled flooring. Panelled radiator. Two sash windows to front elevation. Upvc double glazed window to side elevation. Door to inner hallway.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM VIEW 2
Panelled radiator. Cupboard housing plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for condensing tumble dryer. Useful cloaks cupboard. Open to conservatory. Double doors to sitting/dining room.
CONSERVATORY 4.32m (14'2") x 3.63m (11'11")
Walled and upvc double glazed conservatory. Ceramic tiled floor. Power points and lighting. Exposed stone wall. Upvc double glazed French doors to front elevation. Under floor heating for year-round use.
SITTING/DINING ROOM 10.59m (34'9") x 4.72m (15'6") maximum into bay
Ceiling height of 9'10". This is a most impressive room with ornate coving and ceiling roses plus dado rail. Separate fireplaces, one with wooden surround and wrought iron wood burner inset with the other one being a Victorian style. Built-in seating areas to bays. Two panelled radiators. Double doors to rear elevation. Two bay windows to rear elevation. Opening to study with natural stone surround.
SITTING/DINING ROOM VIEW 2
SITTING/DINING ROOM VIEW 3
SITTING/DINING ROOM VIEW 4
SITTING/DINING ROOM VIEW 4
STUDY 3.12m (10'3") x 3.05m (10'0")
Two windows to front elevation. Ceiling height of 10'2". Panelled radiator. Panelled door to living room.
STUDY VIEW 2
LIVING ROOM 6.86m (22'6") max. x 7.09m (23'3") max.
A most impressive light and airy room with ornate coving and ceiling roses. 10ft. high ceiling. Fireplace with marble surround and Victorian effect back plate. Three Victorian style radiators. Two upvc double glazed windows to front elevation. Two double glazed to rear elevation. Double glazed doors to rear elevation. Staircase to first floor landing.
LIVING ROOM VIEW 2
LIVING ROOM VIEW 3
FIRST FLOOR STAIRS AND LANDING
Window to front elevation. Panelled radiator. Doors off.
BEDROOM 1 4.22m (13'10") x 3.94m (12'11")
9'4" ceiling height
Feature fireplace. Panelled radiator. Double glazed feature window to side elevation with views towards the Blorenge. Double glazed sash window to rear elevation with views over open countryside.
VIEW FROM BEDROOM 1
BEDROOM 2 3.40m (11'2") x 4.22m (13'10")
Fitted wardrobes. Panelled radiator. Double glazed sash window to rear elevation with views over open countryside. Door to second first floor landing.
VIEW FROM BEDROOM 2
Inset spotlighting to plain ceiling. Fitted with a four piece white suite to include low level dual push button flush w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Jacuzzi bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Double step-in enclosure with shower. Towel radiator. Full tiling to walls. Tiled floor. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Upvc double glazed window to rear elevation.
SECOND FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Panelled radiator. Double glazed window to rear elevation with views. Door to bedroom 3.
BEDROOM 3 4.34m (14'3") max to recess and min. to wardrobe
x 3.96m (13'0")
Fitted wardrobes. Panelled radiator. Double glazed windows to rear and side elevations, both with views. Door to en-suite bathroom.
Fitted with a four piece suite to include low level w.c. Bidet. Pedestal wash hand basin. Bath. Full tiling to walls. Tiled floor. Towel radiator. Obscure upvc double glazed window to side elevation.
VIEW FROM BEDROOM 3
Detached double garage with up and over door. Power points and lighting. Eaves storage. Personal door to side. Window to rear. Long driveway off the main which runs parallel to the railway line leading to two five-bar gates with ample parking and turning area. Well maintained gardens to include ornamental pond with footbridge to conservatory. Lawned area. Well stocked beds and borders. To the rear of the property the sun/terrace/platform with further seating areas to the front to include some woodland.
APPROACH TO PROPERTY
GARAGE VIEW 2
GARAGE VIEW 3
GARDENS VIEW 2
Private drainage. Oil fired central heating. Mains electricity.
From Usk, take the Abergavenny Road over the Chain Bridge and left at the Chart House. Turn left onto the B4598 towards Abergavenny. Follow the road through Penpergwm Village passing the King of Prussia Inn. Proceed to where the road bends to the right. After the bend, slow down and approach the entrance to Bryncaen on the right and take the next left signposted No Through Road, over the A40 and round the left alongside the railway. The entrance to Station House will be straight ahead at the end of this lane.
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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