9 Whitecross Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire
- 3 Bedroomed Mid-terraced Grade II Listed Property OFFERS Commercial and Residential Use
- Set on 4 Floor with Cellar
- Permit Parking
- Level Garden
- Within Walking Distance to Amenities
Property SummaryThis substantial, mid-terraced, Grade II listed town property overlooks St. Mary’s Church just a flat to the town centre. Used as an office on the ground floor with an independently accessed flat above on 2 floors with addition attic rooms but outline planning permission also exists for full residential on all floors. There is a spacious cellar and a large level lawned garden. Permit street parking available.
Painted rendered exterior with inset wooden windows and doors under pitched tiled roofs. Full height double fronted bay windows to the ground floor office. Character features include moulded skirtings architraves, picture rails, sash windows and exposed original floorboards. Mains gas central heating with radiators.
From the street the office entrance is into;
RECESSED GLAZED ENTRANCE:
Mainly glazed wooden front door with transom window above. Opening directly into:
OPEN PLAN SHOP/OFFICE: (11m x 4.5m reducing to 2.71m + bay)
An ideal office or area to create a superb display for commercial use. The sizeable area could easily be divided to provide at least two rooms, also potentially creating the initial footprint for residential purposes (subject to any necessary planning consents). Door to side Hall and door to:
OFFICE: (3.50m x 1.86m + 1.18m into window)
Attractive matching bay window to front aspect with upper decorative leaded light panel. Recessed shelving, ceiling downlighters and ceiling fan with spotlights.
KITCHENETTE: (2.42m x 2.09m)
Internal window to lean-to. Minimal wall mounted cupboards, work surfaces with inset single drainer sink having Heatrae Sadia hot water unit. Space for fridge.
Providing access to the garden and staircase down to:
Two rooms which currently provide useful storage.
ROOM ONE: (4.92m red 4.75m x 3.59m)
Power and lighting, opening through to:
ROOM TWO: (5.32m x 3.51m)
INDEPENDENT ENTRANCE TO FLAT:
From the street the recessed entrance is set to one side via a part glazed front door
Attractive wooden turned staircase with balustrade and newels to floors above. Door to rear garden. Access door to offices.
Window to rear, low level WC, wash hand basin.
Small galleried area with window to rear.
Window to rear, low level WC, wash hand basin. Wall mounted mains gas boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating.
KITCHEN: (4.31m x 3.40m)
Window overlooking rear garden. Single drainer sink unit. Double oven with electric ceramic hob. Attractive feature ornamental range oven with fireplace.
SITTING ROOM: (4.28m x 4.62m plus bay)
A fine room with feature deep square window with seat, enjoying views to front aspect overlooking the Church. Former fireplace to one corner of the room (currently sealed). Recessed casement display shelving.
BOX ROOM: (1.18m x 1.75m)
Window to front aspect.
Small galleried area.
MASTER BEDROOM: (4.41m x 3.66m)
Two windows to front aspect overlooking the Church. Built-in single wardrobe, ornamental corner fireplace.
BEDROOM TWO: (4.48m x 3.62m)
Window to rear overlooking garden. Ornamental fireplace, two built-in wardrobes.
BEDROOM THREE: (2.72m x 2.18m)
Window to front aspect.
Window to rear. White suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surround, high level WC, pedestal wash basin with tiled splashback.
Small Landing with dormer window.
ROOM ONE: (3.36m x 3.80m extending to 5.27m)
Dormer window to front aspect, side rooflight. Door through to:
ROOM TWO: (3.74 x 3.55 including protruding boxed water tanks)
Dormer window to side elevation. Exposed supporting timber framework.
The delightful extensive South facing rear garden is enclosed by mixed hedging and original stone and brick walling. Laid to lawn with planted shrub borders and distant countryside views beyond the chapel and spire.
Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity are connected. Gas Central Heating. Flat Council Tax Band C TBC. EPC D.
The Vendor has made preliminary enquiries via the Planning Department regarding potentially making an application for residential use on the whole building. Written response from an initial meeting appears favourable and we would recommend any prospective purchase make their own enquiries should they wish to consider this option.