4 bedroom Detached house for sale in Cwmcarvan Monmouth NP25

Sale Price: £720,000

Cwmcarvan Monmouth, NP25 4JP

4 Bed(s)
-- Bath(s)

 87, Monnow Street, Monmouth
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Street Address

Cwmcarvan Monmouth, NP25 4JP

Property description

A period Farmhouse set amidst the beautiful Monmouthshire countrysideyet within easy reach of Monmouth town

The farmhouse enjoys a wealth of character features including inglenook fireplace, flagstone floors, oak beams and leaded windows. The accommodation includes porch, farmhouse kitchen, utility room, lobby, cloakroom, sitting room, three bedrooms, bathroom and attic/bedroom. The property stands in gardens, grounds and orchard. There is a detached stone barn with the benefit of Planning permission for a three bedroom holiday property.

6‘ x 6‘ (1.82m x 1.82m) Stone built porch with tiled roof. Wooden front door with hardwood surround, internal and external lighting, window, shoe racks and coats hangers. Wooden door opens to the:

24‘ x 14‘ (7.31m x 4.26m) Traditional farmhouse kitchen with flagstone floor, beamed ceiling and stable door opening out onto the garden. Traditional leaded light windows (made by the craftsmen at Lincoln Cathedral). Two oven Aga and electric cooker. Bespoke pine kitchen cupboards with American Red Oak worktops and breakfast bar all made and fitted by local craftsman, Dirk Driessen, who also made the hardwood drainer and Belfast sink stand. Window seat. Stable door to garden, oak steps lead to a small lobby and stone step down into:

Utility Room and Larder
14‘ x 8‘5 (4.26m x 2.59m) Double doors opening to the garden. Window light in the ceiling and leaded light window in the far wall. Power points and plumbing for washing machine, etc. Belfast sink, Pulley Maid airer/dryer and LPG boiler providing hot water and heating. At the far end of the kitchen steps to

4‘ x 3‘2 (1.21m x 1.0m) which leads to:

7‘ x 3‘2 (2.1m x 1.0m) Ceramic tiled floor, high level cistern w.c. and wash hand basin.

Sitting Room
13‘5 x 15‘5 (4.11m x 4.72m) Large room with oak flooring, double glazed windows set into traditional casement window frames and doors. Stone inglenook fireplace with oak beam and Jotul houses the remnants of a bread oven and Joti multi-fuel burner. The chimney is currently sealed and unlined. Cupboards to either side of the fireplace. Window seats and glazed door. Spiral staircase behind latched door leads to:

First Floor

Bedroom One
14‘ x 11‘5 (4.26m x 3.5m) Double glazed casement window overlooking the lawn and working fireplace.

Bedroom Two
11‘ x 9‘5 (3.35m x 2.89m) Built-in cupboards providing storage and hanging space. Double glazed casement window looking out onto the lawn.

11‘ x 7‘ (3.35m x 2.1m) Victorian bath with ball and claw feet. Leaded window with window seat overlooks the lawn. Cottage style built-in hand basin, w.c. and extractor fan.

Bedroom Three
15‘ x 13‘ (4.57m x 3.96m) Built in cupboards, double glazed casement windows looking onto the lawn. Hayloft door feature and antique floor standing radiator.

Loft Bedroom
16‘ x 14‘ (4.87m x 4.26m) Exposed roof trusses and beams, chimney breast and dormer window set into the pitched roof and further window which are both double glazed.

Loft Storage Room
14‘ x 6‘ (4.26m x 1.82m) Window on far wall.

The property is approached over a long track with excellent views of the Blorange, leading through the fields to A Detached Stone Barn which looks across towards the Black Mountains at the rear with the benefit of planning permission for a holiday let Planning application No DC/2015/00913 comprising:Milking Parlour 32‘ x 12‘ (9.75m x 3.65m) at present converted into office and storage. Double glazed floor to ceiling mullioned windows with mains electricity and pan tiled roof.Barn 43‘ x 16‘ (13.1m 4.87m) stone building which has planning permission (4 years to run) for a three bedroom holiday property (plans available). Large store room.The track continues to a gateway to Brook Farmhouse which is nestled in the fields and trees at the bottom of the valley with a large garden and grounds with a winding stream along the far side of the garden. The gardens and grounds surround the farmhouse with a wood store and garden shed and large lawn to the rear of the house with vegetable patch and orchard.

Property Features :

  • Farmhouse with a wealth of character
  • Including inglenook fireplace, flagstone floors, oak beams and leaded windows
  • Includes detached stone barn with Planning Permission for holiday property
  • Excellent views to the Blorange
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