An attractive 4 bedroom detached house with an additional fully serviced building plot with pending outline planning permission for a 5-bedroom detached dwelling. Set in a large, flat plot of approximately 0.7 acres that offers excellent privacy and large gardens for both dwellings. Uniquely located in a private, small cul-de-sac in the popular, semi-rural village of The Narth, 6 miles from Monmouth.
Traditionally built in 1981 with a Bradstone and render exterior with inset UPVC double-glazed windows under a pitched tiled roof. The property has large, landscaped gardens benefitting from receiving sun throughout the day, as well as a double garage and off-road parking for several vehicles. The bright and airy property has been extremely well maintained both inside and out and was bought new by the current owner. Features include moulded architraves, skirtings and coved ceilings, open fireplace and oil-fired central heating to radiators throughout. There is potential to extend the first floor to add two further bedrooms, subject to local planning authority.
The property is approached along a private driveway through a five-bar wooden gate, across a paved patio to a wooden front door with adjacent glazed side panel into:
HALLWAY:: Window overlooking the patio terrace. Stairs to first floor. Doors into the following:
SITTING ROOM:: 4.64m x 4.54m (15'3" x 14'11"), Bay window overlooking front garden and French doors opening out to back garden. Feature open fireplace with iron griddle on marble hearth and surround.
DINING ROOM:: 3.94m x 3.50m (12'11" x 11'6"), French doors opening out onto patio terrace.
KITCHEN:: 3.93m x 3.18m (12'11" x 10'5"), Window to side. U-shaped laminate worktop with wooden drawers and cupboards below with inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with chrome mono mixer tap above. Matching wall units with glazed unit. Integrated appliances include four plate AEG ceramic hob, AEG oven and grill with glass extractor fan, dishwasher and undercounter fridge. Door into:
UTILITY ROOM:: High level window to back and part glazed door to back garden. Laminate worktop with wooden drawers and cupboards below, inset with stainless steel sink and drainer. Floor mounted Worcester oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Space for washing machine and fridge/freezer.
DOWNSTAIRS SHOWER ROOM:: Obscured glazed window to side. Suite comprising low level W.C, basin and pedestal, corner shower cubicle with Mira thermostatic shower and tiled surround. Tiling to dado height.
BEDROOM THREE:: 3.33m x 3.14m (10'11" x 10'4"), Window overlooking front garden.
BEDROOM FOUR/STUDY:: 3.50m x 3.33m (11'6" x 10'11"), Window overlooking front garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:: Loft access hatch. Airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion and hanging rail. Doors into:
BEDROOM ONE:: 3.33m x 3.03m (10'11" x 9'11"), Window overlooking front garden. Full length integrated mirrored wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving.
FAMILY BATHROOM:: Obscured glazed window to side. White suite with low level W.C basin and pedestal, bath with Victorian style taps and shower head. Tiling to dado height.
BEDROOM TWO:: 3.94m (max) x 3.64m (12'11" x 11'11"), Window overlooking the rear garden. Door into eaves storage.
OUTSIDE:: The property sits on a large, mature plot of approximately 0.7 acres which has been meticulously landscaped throughout with large lawns, a variety of fruit trees, an active wildlife pond and well stocked flower beds and shrubbery borders, which are enclosed by a mature conifer and dry-stone wall boundary offering excellent privacy. There is a large wooden garden shed and useful storage area.
DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE:: 6.14m x 5.54m (20'2" x 18'2"), Traditional construction with a combination of a Bradstone and render exterior with inset UPVC double-glazed window and up and over garage door set under a pitched tiled roof. Power and lighting.
SERVICES:: Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating and domestic hot water. Private drainage. EPC Rating D. Council tax band G.
DIRECTIONS:: From Monmouth take the B4293 signposted Trellech and Chepstow, pass the turning for Penallt and over the brow take the left turning signposted 'Whitebrook and The Narth'. At the small crossroads turn right into The Narth and follow the road through the village. At the red phone box turn right and follow the track for approximately 100m and turn right onto the private lane. Stray Leaves is on the right.
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