- Interesting period house in rural location
- Much character and many original features
- Spectacular panoramic views of the Usk Valley and beyond
- Set in an elevated position circa 2 miles above A4042
- Outbuildings including timber stable block and field shelter
- All set in circa 4.5 acres of gardens and paddocks
- Additional 5 acres of land available to let by separate negotiation
- EPC Rating - E
Property SummaryCoed Robin is an unusual and well-executed combination of an original period cottage and an integrated converted barn providing a wealth of character and many original features. The property was converted to its present form around 20 years ago; this is its first appearance on the open market for over a century. The generous accommodation to the ground floor includes a sitting room, over 32’ long with a door to the outside terrace framing the spectacular views. Floor to ceiling windows in the kitchen allow light to flood through from the front of the property. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with cream base and wall cupboards and a built-in electric oven with extractor over, features high ceilings and a wide window providing a fabulous outlook over the gardens and countryside. A further reception room has exposed timbers, external door to the terrace and a stone fireplace with woodburning stove and wooden mantel. Adjacent is a study with external door and a useful boot room/utility room. A galleried first floor landing leads to 4 bedrooms, some with exposed timbers, and the family bathroom. The principal bedroom has an external door with steps leading down to the driveway, an en-suite and built-in wardrobe.
This unique property is at the end of a country lane and is approached through a gate leading to an extensive hard surfaced driveway and parking area with space for numerous vehicles. To the left of the entrance gate is an ‘L’ shaped timber stable block under a pitched room with a field shelter behind and gated access to the paddocks. Pretty gardens and terraces adjoin the house with views over the adjoining land and to the countryside beyond. The iconic Skirrid Mountain sits proud on the horizon with unrivalled far-reaching views extending across Monmouthshire.
Delightful gardens with sweeping lawns, shrubbery and mature trees adjoin well fenced and hedged paddocks extending in all to approximately 4.5 acres. The secluded location ensures the property enjoys a high degree of privacy and tranquility.
Situated in the southern marches of the Brecon Beacons National Park and approached along a quiet country lane, Coed Robin is situated about 240m above sea level and enjoys spectacular and extensive views over the Usk Valley and the Monmouthshire countryside. Although only some 2 miles from the A4042, Coed Robin seems to be in a much more remote location such is the air of rural tranquility that surrounds it. A haven for wildlife, it is a rare property that enjoys all the benefits of a rural lifestyle yet is within very easy reach of modern facilities. With access to an extensive network of ancient paths, bridleways and tracks close by it provides plentiful opportunities for exploring the wider area on foot, horseback or bicycle.
Llanover village has a highly rated café and a day nursery, a village hall/social club and church. There is another café/delicatessen/farm shop in the adjoining village of Llanellen and access to the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal.
Coed Robin is well placed for access to the thriving town of Abergavenny which offers a wide range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, several supermarkets, the usual high street stores and numerous independent shops. The town has a general hospital, good leisure facilities and a main line railway station. The nearby A4042 offers excellent links to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks and the cities of Bristol, Cardiff and Hereford are within an hours’ drive.
Private water supply (bore hole installed June 2020) and private drainage (septic tank). Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating system.
Fixtures & Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.
A public footpath crosses by the fence to the lower paddock away from the house. An additional 5 acres of land is available to let by separate negotiation. Please contact the agents for further details.
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, easements and proposed wayleaves. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/bridleways.
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