Llwyn Du, Abergavenny

  • Ref: 10063461
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Spacious detached former coach house with original features
  • Generous accommodation throughout with 5 bedrooms
  • Principal suite accessed via private spiral staircase
  • Located less than 1 mile from Abergavenny
  • Gardens of circa 0.88 acres
  • Ample parking and garaging
  • Two offices and store room separate from the main house

Property Summary

Tucked away on the Western fringe of Abergavenny town within the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park (Bannau Brycheiniog National Park) and only a short distance from excellent transport links, this interesting period property is the former coach house to Llwyn Du Court and offers the opportunity to purchase a delightful, spacious home set in mature, private gardens of circa 0.88 acres. This historic house has been a much loved family home for the present owner for over 50 years.

Full Details

Ground Floor
Enter through the porch leading to the delightful entrance hall with seating area, a door to the left leads to the drawing room, another to a cloakroom with W.C.. The main staircase rises from the entrance hall to the first floor landing. The drawing room offers ample space with attractive views over the splendid gardens and a fireplace with an oil fired Esse log burner style stove. From the entrance hall a door leads through to the dining room with ample space for a large table it’s the perfect space for entertaining. From here a steps lead up to the spacious kitchen / breakfast room with door to the utility/boot room. The traditional kitchen features a red Aga as its focal point, quarry tiles and three sash windows overlooking the gardens, an external door and a door to a storage area with separate W.C.

The main living room, approached by a passageway from the hall, is flooded with light with windows and doors to the front courtyard and rear patio. A wood burning stove and spiral iron staircase to the guest bedroom add character to this room which, with the bedroom and bathroom above could, potentially, be a separate annexe or guest suite.

Principal Bedroom
A spiral staircase from the living room leads up to the principal bedroom with spacious en-suite, this bedroom is a generous size and has two Velux windows affording plenty of light into the room.

First Floor
Accessed from the main staircase are the other four bedrooms. Three double bedrooms and one single, all with built in wardrobes and generous bathroom with a seven foot roll-top bath, There is also a separate shower room accessed from the landing.

Serviced Offices
Adjoining the main living room but accesed separately by a door from the front courtyard are the original stables with an attractive clock tower. The two stables, complete with their original partitions and fittings have been converted to generous office space with ample storage space and an additional store room. The original Victorian Stables have been carefully preserved with the wrought iron stalls and cobbled floors still evident. The offices have a separate heating from the main Coach House. This area could, subject to any necessary planning consents, be used for further residential accommodation or hobby/workshop in addition to the offices.

Accessed via a long private driveway, with shared access to Llwyn du Court and the Coach House only, the driveway leads to a turning circle which gives access to a substantial outbuilding containing a double garage and good sized workshop/storageand. There is ample parking including space for several vehicles in the courtyard to the front of the house.

The beautiful, private gardens of circa 0.88 acres have been carefully tended over the years and lie predominately to the rear and side of the house. Mainly laid to an extensive lawn with flower beds, mature shrubs and specimen trees. There is an extensive paved terrace running the full length of the house ideal for entertaing and outside dining. In addition there is a large brick paved secluded and sheltered patio to the rear accessed from the main living room.

Llwyn Du is a small, sought after hamlet lying on the lower slopes of the Sugar Loaf Mountain on the outskirts of Abergavenny town, within a mile of the town centre. Abergavenny offers a wide range of amenities including both independent and chain shops, super markets, a cinema and theatre, doctors and dentist surgeries, banks and building societies, well renowned public houses and restaurants, the remains of an ancient Castle, walks along the banks of the River Usk or the Brecon and Monmouth Canal and good access to road and rail links. On the edge of the town is access to the A40/A449 and A465 which in turn link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway network and the cities of Cardiff, Hereford and Bristol. A main line railway station is located on the southern edge of Abergavenny with trains to London Paddington (change at Newport for the connection).

Local Authority
Monmouthshire County Council

Council Tax
Band H.
Please note that the Council Tax banding was correct as at date property listed. All buyers should make their own enquiries.

Energy Performance Certificate
Rating: E

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Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Separate heating in the office/former stables.

Standard and superfast broadband available subject to providers terms and conditions. Please make your own enquiries via Openreach.

EE, Three, 02 and Vodafone (outdoor only).
Please make your own enquiries via Ofcom.

Title Number - CYM192614. Fine & Country are not aware of any onerous covenants relating to the title number. A copy of which is available from Fine & Country.

Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008
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