EPC for Beech Road, Monmouth, NP25

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More about this property

3 Bedroomed Detached House

2 Reception Rooms


Integral Single Garage and Off-road Parking for Several Cars

Rear Gardens with Sun Terraces and Outbuildings

This attractive 1950s styled detached family home has 3 double beds, a spacious hallway, landing and reception rooms with excellent levels of light. Standing in a generously sized plot with ample parking, integral garage and beautifully landscaped garden with lawned terraces and outbuildings at the back. Set on the edge of town its elevated aspect provides attractive views across the Wye Valley to the Kymin.

 The house is constructed in faced brickwork and some rendered portions with inset double glazed UPVC windows and doors set under plain clay tiled roofs. French doors with frosted glass on the ground floor with veneered doors on the first floor. Ceilings are coved and there is mains gas central heating with radiators throughout. All mains services are connected.

 The front entrance is up steps through an inset brick arched recess, through a part glazed panelled front door with matching obscured glazed side panels into:

 With stairs to first floor, with square wooden newels, hand rails and inset wrought iron work balustrading. Understairs cupboard.

 A door leads into each of the following rooms separated by a wide shallow archway:

 4.10m x 3.64m (13'5" x 11'11")
Protruding three-sided bay window with views to the front across to the Kymin. Original 1950s tiled fireplace.

 4.11m x 3.64m (13'6" x 11'11")
Picture window with views to garden. Original 1950s tiled fireplace with slate hearth.

 Door into:

 3.63m x 2.71m (11'11" x 8'11")
Two windows with attractive views across the garden. Kitchen cupboards to two walls with panelled doors and drawers set under laminated tops and matching wall units. Spaces for fridge and cooker.

 Door out to;

 Part-glazed external door to side. Ceramic tiled floor throughout and doors into:

 Obscured glazed window to back. Low level W.C. Wall mounted Worcester Bosch gas boiler providing domestic hot water and heating throughout. Tiling to dado level and tiled floor.

 Small window to back. Plumbing for washing machine. Shelving at high level. Fully tiled walls.

 4.54m x 2.74m (14'11" x 8'12")
Window to side with frosted glass. Roller shutter door. Meter and consumer units at high level. Gas meter and radiator.

 From Hallway, up stairs to;

 5.44m x 2.42m (17'10" x 7'11")
With matching newels and wrought iron balustrading. Window to front with far reaching views to The Kymin. Door into shelved cupboard.

 Doors into the following;

 Obscured glazed window to back, coloured suite with low level W.C. pedestal basin and bath with electric shower unit and head on adjustable rail over. Fully tiled. Door into shelved storage cupboard. Extractor fan.

 3.80m x 3.64m (12'6" x 11'11")
Window to back with attractive views across the garden. Door into airing cupboard with hot water tank and immersion heater. Slatted shelving.

 4.04m x 3.65m (13'3" x 11'12")
Protruding three-sided bay window with attractive views across the front garden towards The Kymin. Fitted wardrobes along one wall with two and a half pairs of doors at low and high level with hanging rails and inset vanity unit with drawers under.

 6.54m x 2.72m (21'5" x 8'11")
Patio doors to front out to tiled balcony with wrought iron balustrading to two sides enjoying attractive views across the Wye Valley and the Kymin. Window to side and back with garden views.

 From the road a pair of wrought iron gates are set into the front boundary wall constructed in stone with pillars and hanging chains. The concrete driveway leads up to the garage and the parking and turning area. The remaining area is concrete and brick paved with inset mature shrubs. Wrought iron ornamental gates on each side of the house lead to the main garden with two large lawned terraces with inset paved areas and paths, together with a range of attractive well-stocked borders and a low stone wall and interspaced mature shrubs and a kidney shaped fishpond. At the back of the garden is a greenhouse standing on a concrete plinth wall, a useful wooden garden shed. Behind the house is a detached Coal/Log Shed built in matching bricks with pitched clay tiled roof, a window to the side and a ledged and braced door. The boundaries are mainly hedged and a gate on the back boundary leads out to a wooded area and the link road.

 Mains drainage, water, gas, electricity. Council Tax Band F. EPC Rating C.

 Beech Road is set on the south side of the dual carriageway by the slip road and can be approached by car from the petrol station, taking the road towards Trellech, over the tunnels, take the next left onto Beech Road and the house is the third property on the left-hand side.

Floor Plan 1


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