Llanarth, Near Raglan

£3,500 pcm
  • Ref: 9719112
  • Availability: To Let
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 3
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Property Features

  • Substantial family home in a secluded location
  • Spacious living accommodation
  • Five bedrooms
  • Gardens, grounds and circa 11 acres of grazing paddocks
  • Range of traditional outbuildings
  • EPC rating E

Property Summary

Situated in Llanarth, near Raglan and close to excellent road and rail links, a charming and substantial former farmhouse converted into a stunning family home with paddocks, stables, pigscote and several outbuildings.

Original traditional checker floors, flagstone fireplace, wood burners, parquetry floors, oak beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplace, suspended timber floor and former ancient staircases, complement the farmhouse.
The ground floor comprises:
Hallways, 3 large reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom, scullery, study and rear lobby.
First floor has 3 bedrooms, en-suite and main bathroom with bath, separate shower, wc and wash hand basin, stairs to 4th bedroom with en-suite cloakroom and stairs to second floor where the master bedroom and further en-suite shower is situated.
There are extensive gardens, mainly laid to lawn with kitchen garden plots and borders.
The property comes with approx. 11 acres of excellent grazing paddocks.
The property is approached via a long drive through agricultural land, leading to a forecourt entrance.
There is an extensive range of outbuildings including Dutch barn, stone & tile summer house with wood burner, brick and slate stables and tack room.
Further foaling stable in stable yard, rick yard beyond with lean to forage shed.
Large partial open 2 storey stone and and slate building for workshop/garage /storage.
Further 2 storey granary with internal and external access and room above with wood burner.(Currently fully licensed, used and managed by Monnow Valley Cider who also manage and maintain the orchard which has a totally unique collection of welsh cider apples and perry pears. All have spring water supplies including a small starvation paddock.
Services: oil fired central heating, mains electric, water and septic tank drainage.
EPC rating E, Council tax band G, Deposit £7000, available October 2022