575,000.00 EUR House Sell United Kingdom, Abberley
- Price575,000.00 EUR
- LocationUnited Kingdom, Abberley
- Part of cityNot specified
- Floor size0.0
This spacious, well presented modern house is situated in a stunning, elevated location within beautiful gardens bordered by the River Grwyne Fawr. The house is immaculately presented and tastefully decorated offering flexible accommodation with both ground floor and first floor bedrooms. The ground floor has been designed in such a way that it could be converted to a self contained annexe, holiday accommodation/bed and breakfast, subject to any necessary consents. The present owners have updated and improved the house since it was originally built in the 1970's, a recent addition includes an attractive glass enclosed balcony/sun lounge from which views across the river and open fields can be enjoyed. The accommodation is arranged with the living space on the first floor to take advantage of the location, the accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor : Entrance hall with staircase to the first floor, utility/laundry room, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms and shower room. To the first floor is a light and spacious sitting room with woodburning stove and doors to the sun lounge, a dining room separated from the sitting room by a central fireplace and a modern kitchen/breakfast room. An inner landing leads to 3 further bedrooms and both a bathroom and shower room. The magnificent, landscaped gardens extend to approximately one acre and overlook a waterfall on the River Grwyne form which the house derives its name, ' Llais-yr-Afon' or 'The voice of the River'. The village of Llangenny is a small picturesque hamlet approximately 2 miles from the pretty town of Crickhowell with its well regarded schools, individual shops, cafes and restaurants. The area is renowned for its beautiful countryside and lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park. The village is approximately 2 miles from the A40 which links with the A465, A449 and onto the M4/M5 and M50 motorways and approximately 6 miles from the historic market town of Abergavenny where a wide range of amenities and a main line railway station can be found.
Hardwood part glazed door leading to entrance hall with a ceramic tiled floor and understairs storage cupboard. Stairs to first floor. Radiator.
Walk in cloaks cupboard 6'10 x 3'10
Ceramic tiled floor and shelving for storage.
Laundry Room 8'10 x 5'5
Opaque glass window to front. 'Armitage Shanks' Belfast style sink mounted on a brick stand with 'Bristan' mixer tap over and tiled splashback. Floor mounted 'Trianco' oil-fired central heating boiler. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Space for tumble drier. Built-in airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Ceramic tiled floor.
Bedroom One 17'5 max 14'10 min x 9'6
Window facing east. Ceramic tiled floor with underfloor heating. Built-in cupboard/storage.
Bedroom Two 13'3 max x 9'10
(Currently in use as fitness suite). Double glazed patio doors. South facing window. Wooden floor. Radiator.
Shower Room 17'9 x 10'2
With white suite comprising shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower, low level W.C. with concealed cistern and wash hand basin set into vanity unit with cupboard below. Shaver point. Extractor fan. Electric towel radiator. Fully tiled walls.
Bedroom Three 11'4 max 8'10 min x 9'6
Window facing south. Radiator. Wooden floor.
First floor Landing 16'3 x9'11
Solid beech wooden floors. Two radiators. Cantilever picture windows with views overlooking the river.
Rear entrance lobby 19'6' x 6'6
Double hardwood doors to outsude. Glazed connecting door.
Sitting Room 19'11 x 12'10
Window facing south. Double-glazed patio doors to Sun Lounge. Solid beech wooden floor. Natural stone central fireplace with Clearview Pioneer wood burning stove. Two radiators.
Sun Lounge 19'11 x 6'7
Fully double-glazed with cantilever windows offering panoramic views of the river and surrounding countryside. Ceramic tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Dining Room 16'7 x 11'3
Separated from the sitting room by central fireplace. Window facing south. Solid beeech wooden floor. Radiator.
Kitchen/Breakfast room 20' x 9'10
A modern well fitted kitchen with a range of beech floor and wall cupboards with 'Mineralle' worksurface. Inset triple bowl 'Belfast' ceramic sink with 'Grohe' pull out spray and mixer tap. Inset mirror gas hob with glass tiled splashback. Built-in oven and combination microwave. Integrated dishwasher. Space for fridge/freezer with shelving and pull-out larder cupboards to each side. ceramic tiled floor with supplementary underfloor heating. Radiator. Breakfast area with built-in bookshelves. French doors to patio.
Inner landing 16' in length
Bedroom Four 11'6 x 9'7
Currently used as a study/office. Window facing east. Wooden floor. Radiator.
Bedroom Five 14'11 x 9'7
East facing patio doors. Wood floor. Range of fitted bedroom furniture. Radiator.
Bedroom Six 13'3 x 9'11
Window facing north. Radiator. Fitted carpet.
With Villeroy and Boch star white suite comprising corner bath with monobloc tap, close coupled W.C. and vanity wash hand basin. Wall mirror with lighting. Half tiled walls. Tiled floor. Window facing west. Heated towel rail/radiator.
Power shower with Grohe thermostatic mixer in glazed enclosure. Villeroy and Boch close coupled W.C. and wash hand basin in vanity unit in star white. Wall mirror/cabinet with shaver point. Heated towel rail/radiator. Extractor fan. Fully tiled walls and floor.
The property is approached via a tarmac driveway with ample parking/turning space. The beautiful gardens take advantage of the stunning location of this house, elevated overlooking the River Grwyne, a tributary of the River Usk. The gardens extending to circa 1 acre, have been landscaped to minimise maintenance and feature a number of patios affording places to sit at all times of the day and in all seasons. The gardens are planted with mature shrubs and trees and have small, more formal, lawned areas and a timber pergola overlooking the river. The lower garden has steps leading down to the river and an hexagonal summerhouse with a Welsh slate base. To the northern end of the garden is a timber garden shed with three raised vegetable beds and a large area of sloping wild grassland/meadow. One of the main features of the garden is the views over the waterfall and open fields, occasionally a salmon can be seen attempting to negotiate the waterfall. There is also a logstore and private steps leading up to the country lane to the rear.