An outstanding opportunity to acquire a 16th century 'Welsh longhouse style' stone farmhouse with extensive, mature and private gardens and a separate paddock (circa 1.3 acres, leasehold approximately 970 years remaining). The property is found just off the A4049 in a quiet spot yet offering swift access onto the main road network and Blackwood Town centre being a five minute drive.
Full of original character the 5 double bed property has been subject to modernisation and updating with a newly fitted kitchen, the addition of a ground floor cloakroom/boot room, a new gas central heating system, many new windows and most attractive reclaimed timber floors. To the first floor, as well as the spacious bedrooms and good storage there is a re-fitted shower room and separate re-fitted bathroom.
To the ground floor are two generous reception rooms (one with original recessed fireplace and bread oven), large kitchen/diner, a music room, a study area in the hallway, a utility room, ground floor cloak room and boot room.
The private formal gardens with fruit trees adjoins the paddock, this can be also reached via the gravelled parking area. There is also a level lawned rear garden.
Directions: Travel north on the A4049 from crown roundabout to Pontllanfraith. Pass Hawtin Park Estate and look for The Coal Hole Inn. On the same side to the right take the lane marked 'Farm Access Only'. Brynysgafn entrance gates are on the right a short way along this lane.
Entrance Porch: Enclosed area set up as a study.
Lounge: 19'9 x 15' Dominated by the original recessed stone fireplace incorporating a log burner, original bread oven and flag stone hearth. Reclaimed solid oak planked flooring and beams.
Sitting Room: 19' x 11'6 Another large reception room with revealed stone walling, solid oak planked flooring and beams.
Kitchen: 19' x 11'8 Fully refitted L shaped room with pale grey units to both wall and floor, solid block prep surfaces and integrated appliances. Double doors to;
Dining Area: 8' x 8' Leads into the generous formal gardens. Solid oak plank flooring.
Utility Room: 12'1 x 6'1 A generous room with water, storage and plumbing for a washing machine.
Music Room: 13'10 x 11' Useful extra room currently used as a music room and dominated by a secondary 'cast iron' turning staircase leading to the first floor. Solid oak plank flooring. Deep store and separate cloakroom.
First Floor: Split landing giving access.
Bedroom One: 18' x 14'10 One of five double bedrooms, there are views to front overlooking the garden.
Bedroom Two: 16' x 8'6 Window to rear.
Bedroom Three: 14'3 x 13'8 Window to rear.
Bedroom Four: 13'8 x 12' Window to front.
Bedroom Five: 16'1 x 7'10 Irregular shaped room having a velux window.
Bathroom: Extended room now housing a 4 piece suite.
Shower Room: Three piece suite.
Outside: AS well as the 1.3 acre paddock and formal walled gardens there is a long narrow strip to the side of the property with chicken run timber outbuilding and store areas.
Tenure: We have been advised by the sellers that the house with gardens is Freehold. This should be verified by the purchasers solicitor or surveyor.
Council Tax: Band F.
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