Three bedroom barn conversion with a large garden near Usk, Gwent
Offers in the region of £350,000
Features of the property include oil-fired underfloor heating, exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, en-suite to master bedroom, utility room and double-glazing throughout.
Furthermore, the house is on one level without any steps, offering easy access.
Kitchen (17’ x 8’)
Ceramic tiled floor, window, part-glazed door, range of solid wood fitted units, semi-integrated dishwasher, ceramic hob, double oven, breakfast bar
Contains boiler, space for washing machine and tumble dryer
Lounge (19’ x 17’)
Ceramic tiled floor, exposed beams, feature stone fireplace with wood-burning stove and hearth, two windows, TV socket, wall and ceiling lights, dimmer switches
Dining room (13’ x 8’)
Ceramic tiled floor, exposed beams, window overlooking stream, wall and ceiling lights, dimmer switch
Hall with half-glazed door to garden, ceramic tiled floor and window.
Bathroom (11’ x 6’)
Ceramic tiled floor, corner bath, WC, bidet and washbasin
Bedroom one (12’ x 9’)
With solid oak mezzanine sleeping area with built-in desk under. Exposed beams
Bedroom two (12’ x 9’)
Master bedroom (12’ x 9’)
Exposed beams, fitted wardrobes. En-suite (6’ x 4’) with fully tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, large shower enclosure, WC, basin, window
Patio, scree garden and cobbled hard standing for two cars.
Large patio with steps leading to lawned area with established trees and shrubs as well as borders and a shed. Gated access from the side.
A stream runs the entire length of the plot with wooden footbridge over to decked area and further garden beyond.
Mains water and electricity. Septic tank, oil tank
Located just over a mile from the historic and picturesque town of Usk, the property offers the benefits of a modern conversion whilst retaining a wealth of original features.
Forming part of a unique development of individually converted stone barns around a central courtyard, the property is set off a quiet lane, with fields to two sides. The location affords easy access to the motorway network and Cardiff, Newport and Bristol are within commuter distance.
Quiet but not isolated, the local area offers an excellent primary school and is within a tee shot of the 2010 Ryder Cup golf course.
Set in the Usk valley, not far from the Roman fortress of Caerleon, there are many walks to be enjoyed and activities on the River Wye, Brecon Beacons or Forest of Dean.
Seller: Chris Thomas
Phone: 01291 673737
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