Situated on a complex of six similar properties, this well presented two bedroom barn conversion offers ideal accommodation for a professional or retired couple and lies in this popular rural location, surrounded by Celtic Manor Golf Club, host for the Ryder Cup 2010. The accommodation is described in more detail with approximate room sizes as follows:
Entered via a hardwood Oak door with inset bevel glass panels, built-in storage cupboard, Oak floor, feature beams to ceiling, opening to:
20’7 max x 16’8 (6.27m x 5.08m) L-shaped reception room with cast iron wood burner in stone surround, beams to ceiling, double glazed full height window to front, double glazed French doors to rear with side screens, opening to:
10’0 x 11’3 including cooker recess (3.05m x 3.43m) Comprising wall & base units, display cabinets, tiled work surfaces, inset 1 ¾ bowl sink, integrated dishwasher & fridge freezer, two built-in stainless steel ovens, recess with halogen five ring hob & concealed extractor over, spotlights to ceiling, double glazed window to front, tiled floor, stairs to first floor with storage area beneath with plumbing for automatic washing machine, door leading to:
Refitted with a low level WC, washhand basin.
Feature stone wall, Velux to rear, loft access, wall-mounted Economy 7 panel heater, doors off to:
14’8 x 12’10 min/20’10 max (4.47m x 3.91m/6.35m) Two Velux windows to rear, Velux window to front, feature beams to ceiling.
9’8 x 6’5 (2.95m x 1.96m) Velux window to front, wall-mounted electric panel heater, door leading to:
Comprising pedestal washhand basin, step-in double shower cubicle, fully ceramic tiled walls, Velux window to rear, ceramic tiled floor.
Comprising panelled bath with central mixer tap, washhand basin in vanity unit, WC with concealed istern, part ceramic tiled walls extending to plinth, wall-mounted electric panel heater, Velux window to rear.
To the front of the property there is an allocated parking area for two vehicles. To the rear of the complex there are well maintained communal gardens backing onto the Celtic Manor Golf Course.
Potential purchasers should note there is an ongoing maintenance fee of approximately £960 per annum, which covers maintenance of the communal gardens, outside lighting, parking area and cesspit management.