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Property Listing Details

Property details

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms

Features

  • Character
  • Grade II* listed former grange farm with original construction around 1205
  • Five bedrooms
  • Three reception rooms
  • Private enclosed gardens
  • Fantastic village location
  • Many original character features retained whilst offering modern living
  • Rare opportunity to acquire A piece of history within this historic village
  • Viewing highly recommended
  • No onward chain

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Description

Llanthony Secunda Manor offers a particularly rare opportunity to acquire a medieval Grade II* listed property steeped in history. Commisioned to be built by Llanthony Priory, the property was constructed in the early 1200’s as a Grange Farm building and further extended in the 15th century. This characterful home is also believed to have once been owned by Henry VIII during the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536-41. In more recent years the property has been utilised as a much loved family home and as a well-appointed holiday let, after being fully renovated by the current owner. The renovation works have been carried out sympathetically offering modern living whilst retaining the original features and overall charm of the build.

Approached via a private driveway with parking for a good number of vehicles and with detached garage. The property is set in mature level gardens offering a private and pleasant position. With much of the garden bounded by mature hedging and stone walls, there is a quiet and peaceful feel although being situated close to the village centre.

Internally the house retains many original features including a 15th century bread oven recessed in the kitchen breakfast room and original exposed wooden beams, flooring and medieval stonework details surrounding many of the windows. The ground floor comprises three reception rooms, a characterful Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Also benefiting from ground floor w/c, store room and scullery.

The first floor is accessed by three separate staircases, offering the Great Dining hall and separate library room. Off the Great Hall there is access to the master bedroom with en-suite wc. From the main landing, which opens to a spacious reception room landing, is access to the first floor laundry/utility room, family bathroom and store room.

On the second floor which is accessed from stone spiral staircase from the Great Dining Hall there are three further bedrooms one with en-suite w/c and a seperate famil

Sitting Room (5.54m x 4.62m (18'2" x 15'2"))

Forming part of the original build with cobblestone flooring. Original wooden beams exposed to ceiling. Open fireplace with ornate cast iron fire basket. Two solid wood windows to front elevation. Door to side. Access to kitchen and inner hallway. Part exposed stonework walls.

Inner Hallway

With flagstone flooring. Part exposed stonework walls. Wooden beams. Ornate hardwood staircase to first floor.

Snug (4.60m x 3.61m (15'1" x 11'10"))

Solid wood parquet flooring. Stonework feature wall with cast iron fireplace and stone hearth. Window to front elevation. Exposed beams.

Kitchen (4.98m x 4.09m (16'4" x 13'5"))

A bespoke fitted solid oak kitchen with central island and large dresser style unit with hammered black granite worktops. Benefiting from integrated dishwasher, double Belfast sinks with chrome mixer taps into island. Low level fridge and American free standing fridge/freezer (to remain) Cast iron Esse electric range (to remain). Original 15th century bread oven in recess. Oak lattice window to side with oak shutters and bench window seat below. Flagstone flooring. Exposed beams.

Study (3.18m x 2.72m maximum (10'5" x 8'11" maximum))

Window to side. Quarry tiled flooring. Exposed wooden beams.

Main Entrance Hall

Solid oak arched front door with lattice leaded windows. Quarry tiled flooring. Exposed wooden beams. Feature stonework walls. Stairs to first floor. W.c. Off.

Ground Floor W.C.

Comprising a white suite to include low level w.c. Solid wood vanity unit with marble wash hand basin and chrome mixer tap. Quarry tiled flooring. Feature stonework walls and beams.

Rear Lobby

With stairs to first floor. Tiled flooring. Storage cupboard. Spotlighting. Access to scullery and store room.

Scullery (4.47m x 2.39m (14'8" x 7'10"))

With Belfast sink and taps. Space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Tiled flooring. Door to side. Spotlighting.

Storeroom (4.47m x 3.23m (14'8" x 10'7"))

Currently utilised soley as storage with further potential to develop. Vaulted ceiling.

First Floor From Main Staircase To Dining Hall (6.02m x 4.70m (19'9" x 15'5"))

Situated in original build with original hard wood flooring and dining suite (to remain). Two windows to front, one of which is a latticed full-height oak window which floods in natural light. Exposed wood beams and studs to walls. Feature fireplace with cobblestone hearth. Spiral staircase leading to second floor.

Library Room (4.67m x 3.38m (15'4" x 11'1"))

With window to front flooding in natural light. Feature fireplace with stone hearth and lintel. Part exposed stone wall.

First Floor Bedroom 1 (5.03m x 4.14m (16'6" x 13'7"))

Two windows to side, arched stonework detailing over. Fireplace. Exposed oak beams. Access to w.c.

W.C.

With white low level w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Towel rail. Window to side. Also with access to walk-in wardrobe.

First Floor Landing (5.36m x 4.19m (17'7" x 13'9"))

Accessed via entrance hall staircase
With window to side. Solid oak flooring. Roof light. Part exposed stone walls.

Rear Landing

With stonework walls. Access to bathroom and laundry.

Bathroom

With low level w.c. With gravity fed cast cistern over. Solid wood wash stand with marble wash hand basin and mixer tap. Bidet. Claw foot roll top bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Corner shower cubicle with two deluge heads over. Part tiled walls, part stone walls. Frosted window to side. Exposed wooden beams.

Laundry (5.13m x 3.25m (16'10" x 10'8"))

Situated at the rear of the property. With double fitted storage cupboards. Spotlighting. Exposed beams.

Second Floor Landing

With exposed wooden flooring and beams. Access to third floor via spiral staircase.

Second Floor Bedroom 4 (4.70m x 3.53m (15'5" x 11'7"))

Feature fireplace with stonework walls. Exposed beams. Large window to front elevation flooding in natural light with outlook over surrounding countryside.

Second Floor Bedroom 3 (4.78m x 2.51m maximum (15'8" x 8'3" maximum))

Window to front with light and views. Exposed solid oak beams. Wash hand basin with mixer tap inset into vanity unit.

Second Floor Bedroom 1 (5.26m x 4.06m (17'3" x 13'4"))

Two windows to side with feature arched stonework detailing over. Feature fireplace. Solid wood flooring. Exposed beams and part exposed stone walls. Storage into eaves. Access to w.c.

W.C.

With low level w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Window to side.

Second Floor Bathroom

Comprising a white suite to include low level w.c. Wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap set into vanity unit. Roll top claw foot bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment over. Part stone walls. Tiled flooring. Recessed seating area.

Third Floor Bedroom/Sitting Room

With stonework walls. Three windows offering double aspect light with arched detailing over. Feature fireplace. Bread oven. Wooden flooring.

Loft Room (9.83m x 4.80m (32'3" x 15'9"))

Window. Wooden flooring. Exposed 'A' frame with potential for further conversion to accommodation.

Outside

The property is approached via driveway leading to private level formal gardens predominantly laid to lawn with well stocked beds and borders and a number of mature trees. Predominantly bounded by stonework walls and hedging.

Garage

A double garage with double wooden doors.

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Local Amenities

  • Caldicot 0.9 miles
  • Severn Tunnel Junction 1.5 miles
  • Castle Park Primary School 0.1 miles
  • Caldicot Comprehensive School 0.4 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Caldicot 0.9 miles
  • Severn Tunnel Junction 1.5 miles
  • Castle Park Primary School 0.1 miles
  • Caldicot Comprehensive School 0.4 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in NP26:

  • £355,262
  • Price increase

  • £21,453
  • (6.427%)
  • Over the last 12 months

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  • Average sale price

    £354,583
  • Properties sold

    80

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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
1st Aug 2019 £875,000 First listed
27th Oct 2005 £435,000 Last sold

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