Treffynnon, Lower Prospect Rd, Osbaston, Monmouth
- 2 Bedroomed Detached Bungalow
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Rear Garden
- Single Garage and Extensive Parking Area
- Walking Distance to Amenities
Property SummaryThis attractive bright and light, linked detached two-bedroom bungalow is situated in the sought-after area of Osbaston enjoying far reaching views across the town and surrounding countryside. The impressive and delightful mature well stocked lawned garden has a pretty verandah and sun terrace. Garage and extensive tarmac parking area.
Painted pebble dash exterior with some exposed brick to lower part. Inset uPVC and wooden double-glazed windows set beneath a composite tiled roof. The Attic has been used as an artist’s studio and has a rooflight, power and lighting and may be used as a bedroom subject to modifications and permissions being gained. Internal features include a mixture of glazed panel and solid moulded panelled wooden doors and tiled and wooden floors. Gas fired central heating with radiators throughout.
The front entrance is from a path leading up to:
With recessed downlighting and tiled step with mat well. Frosted double glazed panelled wooden framed front door with matching side panel leading into:
Airing cupboard with slatted shelving and hanging rail. A retractable step ladder leads to the attic. Doors to following:
DINING ROOM: (3.23m x 3.00m)
Window to front. Archway leading through into:
KITCHEN: (4.24m x 2.11m)
Window to side and front. Laminate worktops with inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashback. Inset four ring AEG gas hob with extractor above. Built-in eye level AEG microwave oven with further NEFF fan assisted electric oven below and larder cupboard to side. Range of wood panelled cupboards and drawers with integrated fridge. Glazed display wall cabinets. Part frosted glazed door into:
UTILITY ROOM: (2.79m Max x 3.02m Max (L-shaped))
Part glazed uPVC door to back with adjacent window. Part frosted glazed uPVC door to front. Worktop with cupboards and drawers beneath, shelving above. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Central heating thermostat controls and cold-water tap.
SITTING ROOM: (5.33m (red to 3.27m) x 6.63m red to 4.55m)
Approached via glazed panelled door from either the kitchen or the hall. Bay window to back with deep window seat. Part glazed panelled door with matching side panel leading out to the verandah. Marble stone fireplace with matching inset and electric coal effect fire set on a raised hearth with brass surround.
BEDROOM ONE: (4.06m x 3.63m)
Window to side. Range of fitted bedroom furniture comprising two double mirror fronted wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving. Dressing table unit along one wall set into recess with a wide selection of drawers, shelving and lighting.
BEDROOM TWO: (3.37m x 2.78m (plus door recess))
Window to back. Storage recess. Sliding door into:
White suite comprising low level WC and pedestal basin with mixer tap, tiled splashback. Extractor fan.
Frosted window to back. Contemporary suite consisting of shower cubicle with thermostatic shower mixer and sliding glazed door. Low level WC. Shaped vanity basin with mixer tap, set on a contemporary wooden cupboard. Towel radiator. Tiling to walls areas and floor.
The front garden is divided into small gravelled areas ideal for seating with well stocked planted rockery surrounds and flowering trees and shrubs. There is a substantial parking bay and further parking and turning area within the tarmac driveway accessing;
GARAGE: (4.69m x 2.58m)
With electric remote control up and over door. Window to side and wooden service door. Wall mounted gas fired combination boiler. Outside lighting.
The main Garden is to the back accessed via a path to the side. There is an extensive lawned area with a feature pond with water fountain and beautifully planted flower and shrub borders with stone rockery areas and a further gravelled seating area to the far corner where there is also a garden shed. The established variety of flowering shrubs and ornamental trees create an interesting and delightful setting. Adjacent to the sitting room is a verandah with uPVC glazed side panel and awning with a natural slate terrace with step down to secondary paved sun terrace, with wrought iron balustrade appreciating the equally impressive views across the distant St Mary’s Church spire and surrounding countryside. Steps lead down to the path which leads through the main garden and also provides access to a large storage area beneath the verandah. There is a conifer hedge and mixed hedging along either side of the boundary as well as some panelled fencing.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas fired central heating. Council Tax Band F. EPC rating D.