Devauden, Chepstow

Guide Price £775,000

NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire

Devauden, Chepstow

Guide Price £775,000

The property stands tucked in the hillside overlooking the Valley, surrounded by fields and woodland and a scattering of other houses, with views across the valley towards the Black Mountains in the West. The mainly stone built house has been extended to provide family accommodation including four bedrooms and two bathrooms. An impressive sitting room has two fireplaces and high ceilings with exposed beams. There is a quarry tile floor running throughout the ground floor. There is scope for further modernisation but a more recently built oak framed garden room creates a lovely large, light reception room. The house enjoys a wealth of period and other features including fireplaces and exposed beams and trusses.

Devauden, Chepstow

Guide Price £775,000

The property stands tucked in the hillside overlooking the Valley, surrounded by fields and woodland and a scattering of other houses, with views across the valley towards the Black Mountains in the West. The mainly stone built house has been extended to provide family accommodation including four bedrooms and two bathrooms. An impressive sitting room has two fireplaces and high ceilings with exposed beams. There is a quarry tile floor running throughout the ground floor. There is scope for further modernisation but a more recently built oak framed garden room creates a lovely large, light reception room. The house enjoys a wealth of period and other features including fireplaces and exposed beams and trusses.

The Farmhouse

The property stands tucked in the hillside overlooking the Valley, surrounded by fields and woodland and a scattering of other houses, with views across the valley towards the Black Mountains in the West. The mainly stone built house has been extended to provide family accommodation including four bedrooms and two bathrooms. An impressive sitting room has two fireplaces and high ceilings with exposed beams. There is a quarry tile floor running throughout the ground floor. There is scope for further modernisation but a more recently built oak framed garden room creates a lovely large, light reception room. The house enjoys a wealth of period and other features including fireplaces and exposed beams and trusses.

Situation

The property is about a mile from the Star on the Hill pub and approximately 2 miles from the villages of Devauden and Llanishen both of which have village shops, garages and active village halls and communities. There are very good local primary schools in Shirenewton and Trellech. Chepstow is approximately 7 miles away with a broad range of shops and facilities including Chepstow Castle, St Pierre Golf and Country Club and Chepstow Racecourse. The Historic town of Monmouth is only about 10 miles away and provides a comprehensive range of amenities including a broad range of shops, theatres, leisure centre and junior and senior schools which enjoy excellent reputations, including Monmouth School for Boys and Girls. Golf courses include The Rolls of Monmouth, with rugby, rowing and cricket clubs as well as the lovely riding country.

Accommodation

An open oak framed PORCH Stable door to a Boot Room with a further stable door opening to the garden. KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM A country style kitchen with floor standing units with cupboards and drawers creating ample work surfaces, double stainless steel sinks and space for a fridge. Electric cooker and a green two oven Aga. Windows overlooking the garden. A walk in PANTRY/STUDY Quarry tiled floor, slate cold shelf with shelves over and a range of cupboards UTILITY AREA Fitted with a stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine. Window. Separate lavatory and wash hand basin. SITTING ROOM A large room with a fireplace at one end with a wood mantel, wood burner and at the other end is an Inglenook fireplace with a large stone mantel over. A stair case leads up to the first floor. A part glazed door opening to the front path, windows to the front end and a broad opening into the GARDEN ROOM A beautiful oak framed garden room taking advantage of a southerly aspect and lovely view. Double doors open to the terrace. FIRST FLOOR LANDING At the front of the house the landing is broad enough to create a snug or study. BEDROOM Painted wood ceiling, beams and fireplace (at present blocked). A window looking across the fields and countryside. BEDROOM Chimney breast and window to the front. BEDROOM At the rear with double aspect windows taking advantage of the outstanding views. Doors to the EN SUITE BATHROOM Having a central bath with shower attachment to taps, bidet, shower, lavatory and pedestal wash hand basin. A range of cupboards along one wall. BEDROOM Window looking across the valley. BATHROOM A retro bathroom with a sunken bath, lavatory, pedestal wash hand basin and large shower cubicle and shower.

Outside

Above the house is a large hardstanding parking area with an area that will give access to the paddock. A pedestrian gate opens to steps down to the house and more formal garden with a lawn and terrace and surrounding shrubs and flowers. Beyond the garden is an ORCHARD/PADDOCK of about half an acre. There is further land available by separate negotiation extending to about 5 ACRES

Planning

The land is being sold subject to any development plan, Tree Preservation Order, Town Planning Schedule, Resolution or Notice which may be, or come to be, in force, subject to any road widening or improvement schemes, land charges and statutory provision or by-laws without obligation on the Vendors to specify them.

Local Authority

Monmouthshire County Council

Services

Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.

EPC Band E

Council Tax Band: H

  • Detached Farmhouse
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Garden, Grounds and Paddock
  • Far Reaching Country Views
  • Stable Block
  • Further 5 Acres of Land Available by Separate Negotiation
  • Utility Room & Boot Room
  • Scope for Modernisation and Renovation
  • Desirable location
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NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
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NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire
NP16 6NU, Monmouthshire