A beautifully presented, link-Detached, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Grade II listed home of great charm in a quiet sought-after town centre location. Fully-renovated while retaining many period features including beams & shuttered windows, with Garage/Workshop/Utility
Situated in the centre of historic, picturesque Usk at the heart of rural Monmouthshire with excellent local amenities including specialist shops, surgeries, Churches and library. Outdoor activities include lovely walks, fishing, organised sports facilities - including Cricket and Tennis Clubs, many restaurants and cafes. Usk has excellent state and private schools within easy reach and a strong sense of community, with many clubs and support groups.
Located just off the A449 dual carriageway, Usk is within easy commuting distance of Bristol, Cardiff, Abergavenny and Newport and their high-speed rail networks. KEY FEATURES
Believed to have been built in 1827, the listing notes this Georgian property's history as the former coach-house and stable range to Ynys Hafod. The Lodge retains many interesting and charming period features including beams and shuttered windows.
Dual-aspect Sitting Room with feature wood-burning stove and solid Oak floor (4.85m x 4.70m max)
Fitted designer Kitchen with Welsh-slate worktops and mains gas Rangemaster cooker, with good-sized dining and seating area with parquet floor (4.07m x 4.48m)
Snug/Office with stable door to Courtyard (2.26m x 4.49m)
Light-filled Reception Hallway and landings
Ground Floor Wet Room with Travertine-marble tiling
First Floor Bathroom with white suite and separate toilet.
Master Bedroom (4.6m max (3.90m to front of wardrobes) x 4.44m) with beams, fitted wardrobes and a Study/Dressing Room off to the Rear (4.6m x 2.12m).
Bedroom (2.32 x 3.84m)
Bedroom 3 (2.95m x 3.33m max to front of fitted cupboards) with shuttered windows. OUTSIDE
Garage/Workshop and Entrance Doorways accessed via private lane off New Market Street (with right of access)
Attractive paved Courtyard with magnificent Wisteria and glimpses of historic Mews stabling use
Large Garage/Workshop housing Utility Area and door to rear garden with stone-walling, flower and shrub borders, primarily laid to lawn SERVICES
All mains services connected. Mains gas central heating and hot water
Monmouthshire County Council - Council tax band: G
Postcode NP15 1AT
From Bridge Street turn into New Market Street. After the road widens continue past The Lawns and The Lodge is located on the right.
N.B. Many websites use the centre of the postcode for location. This is not useful for country properties. Using the View Maps facility on our Elstons.co.uk site will show you the aerial view of the exact location. VIEWINGS
Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents Elstons Estate Agents
Fixtures and Fittings
Only those items mentioned in these sale particulars are included specifically in the sale. Others may be made available by negotiation
These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. The photographs show only certain parts of the property as they appeared at the time when they were taken. Floor plans within this brochure are a sketch for illustrative purposes and are intended as a guide only. Areas, measurements and distances given are approximate only. Planning and building regulations or listed building consent: Any reference to alterations, or use of any part of the property does not mean that any of these have been obtained. We have not tested the appliances, central heating or services. Interested applicants are advised to make their own enquiries and safety checks prior to operation, before finalising their offer to purchase.