St Mary Street, Monmouth
- 2 Reception rooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bath/shower rooms
- Pretty gardens
- Grade II Listed
Property SummaryA beautifully presented Georgian town house situated in a quiet position in the heart of historic Monmouth. This four-storey, five-bedroom Grade II Listed property, which has been tastefully and carefully restored and oozes character and charm, is within an easy short walk of the town centre and its renowned schools. The house dates back to the turn of the 19th Century. It is Grade II listed and, like similar elegant townhouses of the period, it has well-proportioned and light reception rooms. Period features include sash windows, panelled doors, ceiling cornices, open fireplaces, dado and picture rails and oak-floored hallway.
The traditional layout includes a handsome dining room and large kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor and the classical drawing room on the first floor. The kitchen is well appointed, with fitted units, wooden worksurfaces, range cooker, under-counter fridge, freezer and dishwasher, and has two separate utility rooms. From the kitchen a part-glazed stable door leads out to the back garden. There is also a large cellar, which is currently used for storage. Five bedrooms are arranged over three floors, accessed via a classical sweeping staircase with mahogany handrail. The main bedroom on the first floor has an ensuite shower room, whilst there are two further ensuite showers and a family bathroom.
The east facing garden comprises a flagstone terrace adjacent to the house, leading up three steps to a lawn flanked by well-stocked herbaceous beds and tall brick walls clad with wisteria, honeysuckle, ivy and clematis. There are various maturing evergreen and deciduous shrubs and plants which combine to provide colour and interest all year round. At the back of the surprisingly private garden is an additional terrace, perfect for catching the afternoon sun.
30 St. Mary Street is just two minutes’ walk from Agincourt Square, the very centre of Monmouth, providing immediate access to the splendid array of shops, cafes, restaurants and inns. At the far end of Monnow Street are a Waitrose and Marks & Spencer, whilst a cinema, theatre and leisure centre are equally close at hand. Communication links are excellent, with the A40 running through Monmouth, providing fast links to the M4, Bristol, Cardiff, and the M5 to the West Midlands. Monmouth is situated amidst beautiful countryside and numerous walks and trails are to be found close to one’s doorstep. The rivers Wye and Monnow converge on the edge of town, providing fishing, rowing and other water activities. The Rolls of Monmouth golf course is a short drive.
Mains electricity, gas, water, and drainage. Gas-fired central heating.
Fixtures & Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.
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