7 Greenbanks, Llandogo, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

Recently Sold

Property Features

  • 4 Bedroomed Detached House
  • Double Garage
  • Ample Parking
  • 2 Sun Terraces
  • Short Walk from Llandogo
  • Panoramic Views Across the Wye Valley

Property Summary

Located 8.5 miles from Monmouth & 9 miles from Chepstow this stylish, split level, 4 bed family home is set in a select, quiet cul-de-sac with panoramic views across the Wye Valley. Well maintained with mature landscaped terraced gardens with two sun terraces enjoying the exceptional views. Integrated double garage, ample parking. A short walk from popular Llandogo village with primary school, pub and shop.

Full Details

Rendered externally and partially clad in wood with double glazed hardwood windows and external doors under a profile tiled roof. A recently installed oil-fired Grant Vortex Eco condensing boiler provides domestic hot water and central heating to radiators throughout.

The front entrance is set under deep soffit and through a panelled door with viewing and side panel into;

Windows and consumer unit at high level, door to integral garage and stairs up to;

Picture window to front with far reaching views. Cloaks cupboard with shelf and hanging rail. Part glazed door into:

DINING ROOM: (5.45m narrowing to 4.02m x 3.69m)
Sliding doors out to paved terrace, stairs to second floor and door into:

KITCHEN: (3.45m x 3.17m)
Windows to side and front with far reaching river views. Panelled door with viewing panel to paved terrace. Recently installed kitchen with U-shaped laminate worktops with inset 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel drainer sink with mixer tap and 4 ring ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor hood over. Marble tiled splash backs and window sill. High gloss cupboards and pan drawers set under and matching wall units to 3 sides. Integrated Bosch tumble dryer, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer. Neff double oven set into tall unit.

From dining room a pair of part glazed doors open into;

LOUNGE: (6.97m x 4.38m)
Double aspect, with windows to side and front with panoramic views. Protruding chimney breast with sand stone fireplace with matching raised hearth.

From dining room a short flight of stairs up to:

Roof space access hatch, airing cupboard with slatted shelves housing hot water tank and doors to the following;

BEDROOM 4: (4: 4.8m x 2.83m)
Double aspect with windows to front and side.

Window to back with frosted glass. White contemporary suite with low level WC with vanity unit with mirrored cabinet with back lighting set over. Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment and bi-fold glass side panel. Fully tiled walls. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail.

BEDROOM 2: (3.77m x 2.98m)
Window to back.

BEDROOM 3: (3.8m x 2.39m)
Window to back.

MASTER BEDROOM: (4.84m x 3m)
Double aspect with windows to side and front making the most of the lovely views. Fully fitted wardrobes along one wall and additional wardrobe both with shelves and hanging rails . Door into:

Window to back with frosted glass. Tiling to all walls. White suite with built-in low level WC with concealed cistern and vanity unit with cupboards under. Mirror and shaver light over. Double shower with pivot glass door and matching side panel and Mira mixer valve with adjustable head on rail. Chrome ladder heated style towel rail. Extractor fan.

The tarmac drive provides a turning area and space for several cars giving access to the;

INTEGRAL DOUBLE GARAGE: (6.83m x 4.59m average)
Two separate metal up and over doors out to driveway and personal door into the entrance lobby. A laminate worktop is along one wall with stainless steel drainer sink with taps, tiled splash back and cupboard under. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Floor standing oil fired boiler. Power and light.

These have been thoughtfully landscaped by the owners who have created terraces at differing levels that take full advantage of the panoramic 180 degree views both up and down the river in this very special Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The sun terrace adjacent to the kitchen and dining room is paved in attractive sandstone. Steps and paths lead to different levels and at the top of the garden is a gravelled terrace with an open fronted pagoda with a viewing seat. There is an attractive mix of mature shrubs and herbaceous borders between terraces as well as a raised vegetable bed and wooden shed. A brick paved path leads down to an area at the end of the cul de sac adjacent to a meadow. We are told that the owner of the meadow has no rights of access to the meadow.

Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band: G, EPC rating: D.