EPC for Stowe Green, St Briavels, GL15

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More about this property

6 Bedrooms Farmhouse

Impressive Detached Outbuildings

Portal Steel Hay Barn

Original Features

Former Schoolroom

Village Location

Approx. 2.9 Acres of Grounds

Potential for Development, Restoration & Modernisation

This lovely old farmhouse has an elevated rural elevation with fine countryside views and 2.9 acres of grounds. It has an impressive range of detached stone outbuildings and portal steel hay barn and a wealth of original features, including a former schoolroom, exposed beams and fireplaces. Located near historic St Briavels and the Wye Valley it is within easy reach of the renowned schools at Monmouth and Chepstow and the major road networks. There is huge potential for development, restoration and modernisation.

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 Constructed in brick and stone with inset, mainly UPVC double glazed windows, set under plain tile roofs. The internal doors are a mixture of vertically boarded and panelled, skirtings, picture rails, dado rails and architraves are moulded. Oil fired central heating to radiators throughout.

 The front entrance is up a flag stone path and up stone steps to a part glazed door into:

 With stairs leading to upper floor with cupboard under with hanging space. Doors into the following:

 4.25m x 3.96m (13'11" x 13'0")
Window to front garden. Central fireplace with marble surround and two shelved recesses on either side.

 Window to back at high level. Low level W.C, corner set bath, pedestal basin and part ceramic tiling.

 4.26m x 3.88m (14'0" x 12'9")
Window to front with garden views. Central fireplace with marble surround and tiled inset. Recessed cupboards with shelves.

 5.53m x 3.00m (18'2" x 9'10")
Window to front overlooking the garden. Central chimney breast with inset solid fuel Rayburn, pine wooden surround. Exposed beams. Part glazed doors into:

 2.86m x 2.82m (9'5" x 9'3")
Window to back overlooking courtyard. Window and part glazed door out to back courtyard. Laminated tops with inset stainless-steel sink and ceramic hob with cupboards and drawers set under. Space for dishwasher and fridge. Tall unit with convector oven. Part ceramic tiling to walls. Door into:

 3.46m x 2.59m (11'4" x 8'6")
Window to back overlooking courtyard. Units along one wall with laminated top and cupboards at low and high level. Plumbing for washing machine and space for freezer.

 4.39m x 4.10m (14'5" x 13'5")
Part glazed door to driveway. Sliding door giving access to stairs and first floor schoolroom. Exposed beams and brick paved floor. Protruding cloakroom set in the corner with window to side with frosted glass and low-level W.C.

 From entrance hallway up stairs with winders, balustrades and turned newels to;

 Window to stairwell with views across the meadow. Stairs up to second floor. Doors into;

 2.61m x 2.13m (8'7" x 7'0")
Window to back.

 3.70m x 2.36m (12'2" x 7'9")
Window to back. Shower with sliding door and mixer valve with head on adjustable rail, pedestal basin. Low level W.C. part ceramic tiling to walls. Protruding cupboard housing hot water tank and slatted shelving. Roof access trap. Door into schoolroom.

 4.29m x 3.22m (14'1" x 10'7")
Window to front with garden views. Central fireplace with wooden surround and cupboards at low and high level on each side recess.

 3.05m x 2.51m (10'0" x 8'3")
Window to front with garden views.

 4.29m x 3.02m (14'1" x 9'11")
Window to front with garden views. Built in shelved cupboards on either side of chimney breast. Door into understairs cupboard.

 7.94m x 5.57m (26'1" x 18'3")
Two windows to front with views over the garden and glazed external door to back, leading out onto external stone steps, L-shaped balustrading, square newels and handrails and stairs leading down to Boot Room. Central fireplace with tiled hearth. Two exposed trusses and purlings, high vaulted ceilings.

 From First Floor landing up stairs, with turned newels and square balustrades to;

 5.19m x 4.34m (17'0" x 14'3")
Matching balustrading to stairs. Window to front with garden views, restricted ceiling height, part exposed trusses with access trap. Door into:

 4.82m x 4.37m (15'10" x 14'4")
Window to front with garden views. Partly exposed trusses and partition wall with vertical exposed timber. Roof access trap.

 Entrance is via a splayed stone wall off the highway through a pair of five bar wooden gates between pillars with grassed over hardcored driveway up to the house. The main garden is to the front with a wealth of mature shrubs, interspaced trees and stone paths. There is a small pig's cot sat in one corner. At the back of the property is a sunken walled courtyard adjacent are stone steps that lead to a lean to boiler room with Worcester floor- standing oil fired boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating via radiators throughout. Set up to one side is;

 8.20m x 6.37m (26'11" x 20'11")
Constructed in stone and brick with two windows and door at back and two windows at high level to side with door to front all under a corrugated metal pitched roof. The outbuildings have a separate gated access off the lane and adjacent to the entrance driveway is a:

 8.57m x 3.84m (28'1" x 12'7")
Two storey structure, constructed in stone with barn door opening set under a combination of pantile and slate roofs. Attached to the back is a: LEAN TO: 8.42m x 4.42m: Accessed via a stable door with exposed trusses and beams with window to end and original brick floor.

 9.61m x 5.15m (31'6" x 16'11")
Constructed in stone, two storey accessed via external steps through a ledge and braced door to first floor. Ground floor used as garage with an earth floor. At the back is a LEAN TO: Constructed in timber with a pitched corrugated tin roof.

 Steel Portal frame with curved and lean to roof, corrugated one side. Timber shed with corrugated roof. Two further metal five bar gates lead out onto the road from the barns.

 Mains electricity, mains water, oil fired central heating and septic tank. Council Tax Band E (TBC). EPC Rating E.

 From Monmouth take the A466 towards Chepstow and take the sharp left turn at Bigsweir bridge signposted St Briavels. After approximately 1 mile ignore the right turn to St Briavels and carry on up the hill to the brow where there is a triangular junction and the property and its group of outbuildings is directly on your left set behind a 5-bar gate with a Stowe Hill Farm sign on them.

Floor Plan 1


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