- *REDUCED NOW Guide Price £650,000 TO £700,000*BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED FARMHOUSE LYING IN OVER 1 ACRE OF GROUNDS*
- FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- MASTER EN SUITE
- CONTEMPORARY OPEN PLAN LIVING DINING ROOM
- TRADITIONAL FEATURES AND EXPOSED WOODEN BEAMS
- BESPOKE FARMHOUSE KITCHEN
- LUXURY BATHROOM
- CINEMA ROOM AND GYM
- THREE OUTBUILDINGS FOR CONVERSION
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*REDUCED NOW Guide Price £650,000 TO £700,000*BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED FARMHOUSE LYING IN OVER 1 ACRE OF GROUNDS*
*FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS**MASTER EN SUITE **CONTEMPORARY OPEN PLAN LIVING DINING ROOM**TRADITIONAL FEATURES AND EXPOSED WOODEN BEAMS**BESPOKE FARMHOUSE KITCHEN**LUXURY BATHROOM**CINEMA ROOM AND GYM**THREE OUTBUILDINGS FOR CONVERSION** Pinkmove are delighted to offer this beautifully restored farmhouse, located on the rural edge of Beachley, Sedbury. The property is a short distance from well-regarded local schools, amenities and eateries, and Chepstow is a short drive away. It is a fascinating property and includes opportunities to convert the substantial period hay barn and outbuildings into extra living accommodation. The property is accessed via a private lane that opens into an impressive courtyard with pond and the house lies in over an acre of grounds, the house also has its own red pillar post box built into the boundary stone wall. The gardens wrap around the entire house and consist of lawn and patio areas. The garden is private and not overlooked due to the stone walls and mature trees that run along the boundary of the plot. The stone-built farmhouse dates from 1851 and, over the last six years, it has been extensively refurbished, it still retains the original character and many of the original features. This is a beautiful family house with original features such as fireplaces, oak wooden floors and exposed ceiling beams, combined with modern convenience. The property benefits from new wiring and plumbing and bespoke double-glazed windows. Entering the property you are greeted with a 27ft open plan living dining room, which is ideal for entertaining, there is oak flooring and traditional fireplaces, and from here there is access to all the downstairs rooms, the basement and also the stairs to the first floor. The sitting room is a generous size, it has a working log burner and window seat, and provides an additional sitting room or a playroom as it is currently used as. Through hidden doors steps lead down to a bespoke fitted kitchen diner, this has ample wall and floor storage units and integrated dishwasher, fridge and a large range cooker. The kitchen diner could be extended into the old kitchen which is on the adjacent wall, there is also a sealed door that could be reopened, and made into an even larger kitchen. From the kitchen there is the original dairy is being used as the utility room and still benefits from the stone shelves and flagstone original flooring. The fourth double bedroom is also located on the ground floor and is a spacious room with a feature fireplace. From the dining room is stairs to the basement, which has been fully lined and tanked, and converted into the cinema room and gym. On the first floor is the remaining three bedrooms, all of these come with a traditional fireplace and are spacious double bedrooms. The master bedroom also benefits from an en suite wet room, which comprises of a double walk in shower, W.C. and hand basin. The main bathroom has a luxury fitted suite, with freestanding roll top bath, double shower, hand basin and W.C. and a designer radiator.
The main barn outside is approx. 16.3m by 5.5m, with a vaulted ceiling, the old cow shed and cart house are ideal for a variety of uses, subject to consent.
Viewing is highly recommended to see the quality of finish and potential this property has, check out the virtual tour and 360 scan of the property and call Pinkmove today to arrange a viewing!
From Chepstow take the by-pass road (A48) past Tesco superstore and take the next turning on your right (signposted Sedbury & Beachley). Proceed to a mini roundabout and turn left. Keep on that road, pass through Sedbury and as the road dips and bends round to your right (to head to Beachley), carry on a little way along and turn into the lane on your right hand side (quite narrow), signposted Springfield Court. Carry on along this lane and the property is towards the end.