- Individually designed contemporary country home
- High specification and attention to detail throughout
- Versatile and spacious accommodation
- Double garage, outbuildings and annexe
- Land circa 1.66 acres
- EPC Rating - C
Property SummaryDan y Deri, named after a magnificent oak tree located to the front of the house, offers an opportunity to enjoy country living in a semi rural location with excellent access to major road links and the historic village of Raglan. An immaculately presented and substantial contemporary country house built in 2010, it has been substantially upgraded by the present owners including a brand new air source heating system and double-glazed windows. to provide a light, welcoming and stylish home. Key features include the two bay fronted wings with balconies at first floor level taking advantage of the outstanding views.
Enter to a beautiful reception hall with high ceilings and oak staircase with ornate balustrade and galleried landing. From the entrance hall doors lead to the principal rooms. At one end is a generous sized drawing room with doors opening onto the terrace, showcasing spectacular views across the surrounding countryside.
To the left of the entrance hall is the stunning open plan kitchen with a range of contemporary kitchen cupboards and worksurfaces, walk-in pantry and utility boot room with WC. A further downstairs cloakroom is located off the entrance hall. The kitchen is open plan to the dining room with its magnificent bay and doors opening onto the terrace, bordered by a glass balustrade. A cosy family room is flooded with light from the glazed doors leading on to the terrace and is complemented by the brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove. A further reception room/ground floor bedroom is a versatile room, currently being used as an office (this was originally an en-suite which could be re-instated). The ground floor accommodation extends to c.190sqm/2000sq ft and flows seamlessly to the rear aspect, taking in the predominately south facing views.
To the first floor is an impressive galleried landing providing access to four extremely generous bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a dressing room and en-suite with fitted wardrobes and doors opening onto a balcony with glass balustrade, perfect for enjoying a morning coffee. The guest bedroom is also en-suite, again with doors opening onto a balcony.
A third bedroom has an en-suite shower room and the fourth bedroom has use of the family bathroom. All the bathrooms and en-suites are tastefully fitted out with contemporary suites and flooring.
Wooden electrically operated double gates lead to a paved driveway and parking area and access to the double garage. The front of the property offers extensive parking bordered by a lawn and the magnificent oak tree. The front is bordered from the lane by an attractive brick wall. Adjoining the garage is a door to an annexe with first floor room, ideal as ancillary accommodation or an office. To one side is a wooden pergola over a stone terrace providing a private and sheltered area for alfresco dining and entertaining.
Continue to the rear to enjoy the beautiful stone terrace with glass balustrade which complements the contemporary interior. The terrace has been designed to enjoy the wonderful views. Beyond the terrace are fields lined with mature trees, which continue in a U-shape behind the neighbouring property including a vegetable patch and lead to wooden stables and tack room.
The fields and stables have been newly renovated and have electricity, they can be accessed via metal five bar gates from both the bottom adjoining Groesenon Road, and a further gate via Warrage Road.
The property is situated on the outskirts of the historic village of Raglan which is one of the few in the area that offers a wide range of excellent amenities including a post office, hairdressers, butchers, public houses, petrol station, fish and chip shop, pharmacy, general store, primary school, doctor’s surgery and golf club. On the edge of the village is convenient access to the A40 linking the A449 / A465 and in turn, the M4 / M5 / M50 motorway networks. The picturesque town of Usk is approximately seven miles from the property and the larger towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth are around ten miles and eight miles respectively. Abergavenny has a main line railway station.
Mains water and electricity, private drainage. A newly installed air source heating system. Underfloor heating throughout.
There is right of way from the neighbouring property to access their oil tank.
Photographs and video were taken in November 2021.
Band - H.
Please note that the Council Tax banding was correct as at date property listed. All buyers should make their own enquiries.
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.
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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