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6 Bedrooms Detached House for sale in Park Mill Farm, Llangarron, Ross-on-Wye


6 Bedrooms Detached House - £735,000

Park Mill Farm, Llangarron, Ross-on-Wye

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First listed on: 16th June 2016

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Main House comprises: Enclosed Porch, 3 Reception Rooms, 23\' Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Side Porch and Cloaks & W.C. 4 Bedrooms and Luxurious Bath/Shower Room & W.C. 22\' Cellar. Central Heating & Double Glazing. Annexe comprises Enclosed Porch, Cloaks & W.C., 16\' Living Room, 17\' Kitchen/Breakfast Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bathroom & W.C. Oil Central Heating & Double Glazing. Lawned Gardens. Series of Outbuildings including 49\' Stone Barn with Adjoining 32\' Outbuilding. 20\' Covered Storage and 40\' Pole Barn. Paddock & Pasture and Copse with some mature deciduous trees. Site in total extends to approx 11 Acres.

Location & Description
The houses and outbuildings known as Park Mill Farm occupy a peaceful, elevated location some 7 miles south west of the market & tourist town of Ross-on-Wye and some 6 miles north of the historic town of Monmouth. For those who wish to gain access to fast communications, the A40 dual carriageway in Whitchurch may be accessed within 10 minutes drive, and this leads directly to the M4/M50 & M5 motorways.

The farmhouse itself comprises a 3 reception, 4 bedroom dwelling together with a self-contained 2 bedroom cottage adjacent. The purchaser thus has the option of continuing to use the property as two dwellings, or alternatively creating one very large house in a wonderfully quiet location.

One of the many appealing features of the property is the aspect, most principal windows being to the sunny south east or south west, and views from virtually all windows extend across rolling farmland.

There are many period features in the original farmhouse, with areas of exposed stonework and much evidence of exposed ceiling or wall timbering. There is also a large and most useful cellar.

Lying to the south east of the dwelling is a substantial, 49\' stone and steel barn, adjoining which is a versatile 32\' outbuilding under a double pitched roof. In addition to same, there are two other less substantial but nevertheless most useful outbuildings.

The greater area of paddock and pasture lies to the south west of the main buildings, part of which comprises a delightful copse with some wonderful, mature deciduous trees. The pasture land slopes down towards the meandering and beautiful River Garron, a tributary which enters the River Wye at Whitchurch. There are a series of mature trees lining the river, and we understand there are ancient rights to fish thereon.

In detail, the centrally heated and double glazed accommodation comprises as follows:-

Totally Enclosed Porch approx 7\' x 6\'3
With glazed double doors to south west elevation enabling far reaching outlook across undulating farmland. Two additional side windows. Flag stone floor.

Living Room approx 13\'7 x 13\'1
having stone and brick fireplace housing the recessed cast iron wood burning stove with substantial beam over. Exposed wall timbering to northwest elevation and wide, double glazed window to opposite wall, enabling sylvan outlook across the lawn alongside the property.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room approx 23\' x 9\'
having two substantial ceiling beams and stone flooring. Wide range of Shaker style floor mounted cupboards and drawers with superb large dresser unit to opposite wall, complete with plate rack. Range of complementary wall mounted cupboards and two most attractive, glass fronted corner cupboards. Twyfords glazed porcelain sink with chrome mixer tap. Adjacent on granite effect working surface. Range Master, gas fired five ring hob with ovens/warming oven beneath and wide extractor hood over. Double glazed, leaded light windows to both south west and north west elevations enabling far reaching outlook. Ceiling mounted down lighter spotlights and wide archway leading through to dining room. Antique Pine door opening onto stairway down to the:-

Cellar approx 22\'6 x 12\'
With original flag stone floor and standing headroom for someone not over 6\'. Fluorescent lighting and power points. A most useful and practical cellar. Storage shelves at upper level adjacent to door from kitchen.

Dining Room approx 12\'6 x 10\'
Having exposed ceiling and wall beams and leaded light double glazed window to rear elevation.

Side Entrance Porch/Utility Room approx 8\'4 x 6\'2
With part glazed door and window to external elevation and Velux roof light making this a particularly light and welcoming area. Exposed wall timbering, worktop and Belfast sink unit. Antique Pine door through to:-

Cloakroom & W.C.
With white suite comprising close coupled low level w.c Quarry tiled floor and part tiling to walls.

Sitting Room approx 19\'6 x 12\'
A well proportioned room with some superb oak lintels and exposed ceiling and wall beams. Brick fireplace surround housing the cast iron wood burning stove mounted on a stone hearth. Leaded light double glazed windows to north east elevation. Oak flooring.

First Floor Galleried Landing
Landing with fitted carpet to match stair carpet. Overall max dimensions approx 13\' x 12\' and having exposed timbering to one wall and leaded light double glazed window overlooking lawn and trees close by.

Bedroom 1 approx 13\'9 x 13\'7
With double glazed window enabling sylvan outlook. Double to built-in wardrobe/storage cupboard.

Bedroom 2 approx 10\'2 x 8\'7
Having far reaching south westerly outlook across the rolling countryside surrounding the Garron Valley.

Luxurious Bath/Shower Room & W.C.
Recently and beautifully refurbished with superb free standing bath with ball & claw feet and Westminster chrome mixer taps and shower head. Pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled low level w.c. and beautifully tiled shower cubicle with translucent door and chrome thermostatic shower. Exquisite light oak flooring and chrome towel rail/radiator. Ceiling mounted down lighter spots plus wall mounted candle. Door to Airing Cupboard.

Bedroom 3 approx 13\'9 x 8\'10
With double glazed, leaded light windows to side and rear elevations, each enabling a rural outlook. Exposed wooden lintels and ceiling beam. Fine hardwood window sills.

Bedroom 4 approx 13\'5 x 12\'2
With exposed wooden lintels, wall timbering and two double glazed leaded light windows with hardwood selves.

Self Contained Annexe
Totally Enclosed Porch approx 11\'6 x 5\'6 with double glazed door and leaded light windows to two elevations enabling far reaching outlook. Door to Cloaks/Storage Cupboard.

Reception Hall
With laminate flooring and door to:-

Cloaks & W.C. with low level w.c. and wash hand basin. Storage cupboard.

L Shaped Living Room approx 16\' x 12\'6
Having leaded light double glazed windows to three elevations admitting much light. Brick fireplace surround and tiled hearth. Coving to ceiling. Door through to:-

Kitchen/Breakfast Room approx 17\' x 10\'6
With range of floor mounted cupboards and drawers with granite effect working surfaces over. Extensive range of complementary wall mounted cupboards and stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Tiling behind working surfaces. Space for breakfast/dining table and hardwood door directly to Covered Rear Porch. Laminate flooring.

First Floor Landing
With fitted carpet to match stair carpet. Fine outlook across farmland to the rear.

Bedroom 1 approx 16\'1 x 9\'3
Having two sets of built-in wardrobes/storage cupboards. Far reaching views across farmland to both front and rear elevations.

Bedroom 2 approx 10\'2 x 8\'7
Having built-in wardrobe, dressing table top and cupboard. Double glazed leaded light window to front elevation enabling far reaching outlook.

Bath/Shower Room & W.C.
With white suite comprising panelled bath with Triton Cara instantaneous electric shower unit over, together with rail end curtain. Pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Laminate flooring. Airing Cupboard and double glazed window to rear elevation.

Flanking the single track country lane to the north eastern side of the house is a Neatly Maintained Area of Lawn, fringed to the perimeter adjacent to the house by Roses, Cotoneaster and Clematis, the Roses currently growing over the attractive porch which lies to this side of the house on a staddle stone base.

Just a few paces away is the Original, Sandstone Barn of overall dimensions approx 49\' x 20\'. In more recent times this barn has been strengthened by the insertion of a most substantial steel frame, and together with block work and a sound, double pitched corrugated roof, the barn and its incorporated workshop offers excellent potential for a wide variety of future uses.

Lying to the south western side of the aforementioned barn is a Stone/Brick & Rendered, Single Storey Outbuilding of overall dimensions approx 32\' x 27\', This stands under a double pitched, stone slate roof, the roof having graduated sizes from small at the apex to large at the eaves.

The splayed driveway access is bordered by neatly mown grass, planted with a variety of trees including Walnut, Pink Hawthorn, Ash, Cherry and Rowan, whilst through a seven barred metal gate is a Delightful and Secluded Lawned Garden flanked by a huge Willow and nearby Walnut and Ash trees, being a superb spot in which to sit out and enjoy the peace and serenity.

Adjacent to this area of garden is a Covered Storage Building, with two sides, but open to the front. This is of approx dimensions 20\' x 20\' and is currently used as a timber store.
The approach drive curves around past these buildings to terminate in a large turning/parking area to the south western side of the house and outbuildings where there is a Neat Lawn.

A seven barred metal gate opens onto a grassy driveway, leading down to a further Pole Barn
standing under a double pitched, corrugated iron roof. This is of overall dimensions approx 40\' x 12\'.

A vehicular gate allows access through to the next block of land, currently being grazed by sheep, and sloping downwards to the tree lined riverbank of the Garron. A further gate leads through to more pasture, beyond which is a sizeable Copse of Woodland, with a wide variety of deciduous trees including Oak, Chestnut. Birch and others. This copse is a haven for wildlife.

The final field again slopes down towards the River Garron, the riverbank lined with a variety of trees including Alder.

It is quite delightful to hear the sound of water and the atmosphere throughout the land is one

of tranquillity. Different people will want the land for different reasons. Possibly for stock, possibly for equestrian use or perhaps someone who just enjoys observing wildlife!

Mains electricity & water. Private drainage.

OUTGOINGS: Council Tax Band \'E\' (Main House) \'A\' (Annexe)

EPC RATING: \'E\' (Full EPC Rating available)

To View
Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: 01989 768320. Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on 01989 564689.

Leave the western outskirts of Ross at Wilton roundabout (BP Service Station) taking the A40 dual carriageway southwards towards Monmouth. After approx 1½ miles, carefully take the right hand turning signposted Glewstone. Proceed through Glewstone and up the hill to the Thorn crossroads. After halting, continue onwards towards Llangarron. Just after entering the village, shortly before a hump back bridge, take the left turning up the single track country lane. After 4/10th of a mile, you will see the rear stone elevations of Park Mill Farmhouse. Drive past the outbuildings, turning right onto the curving driveway, which brings you to the front of the house.

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11/11/2016 Property listed at £735,000
17/06/2016 Property listed at £765,000



Disclaimer Property reference mbr11_MBR1001110. Details are provided and maintained by Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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