A beautiful country manor house that allows you to step back in time is still available on the market. For house hunters who dream of being able to drink their morning coffee in a private courtyard with scenic views, this timeless Georgian manor with a contemporary twist can be yours for £600, 000.
The red brick 1820’s property, located over three floors, is one of four contemporary homes created within a Grade II Listed country house. The particular beautiful home features large sash windows with original shutters, fireplaces and high ceilings – typical of the Georgian era.
The four bed property is perfect for privacy as it’s situated behind private gates and has a sweeping tarmac drive up to the front door. For those who love spending time out in the garden, there is also an allotment allocated to individual houses. While outside, you can also look at the tranquil views of Sugar Loaf and Skirrid mountains.
Triley Court, in Pantygelli, has been marketed by Fine & Country, which describes the building as “a perfect combination of a heritage setting with contemporary living. ”Surrounding the house are a mixture of renovated cottages and a luxury eco home, all set within around 8. 6 acres of communal parkland, with access to the countryside.
Enter the Georgian building through the main front door – which features an original mosaic floor – to a spacious reception hall and original staircase. At the rear of the hall is a door that leads you to the particular private courtyard – perfect for relaxing and hosting dinner parties in the summer. The ground also includes a kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom, the lounge and study space with stunning views from the countryside.
The bedrooms are located at various levels. The first bedroom and bathroom are located on the first floor. The spacious bedroom has three windows to the side, with an adjoining bathroom including a bath, freestanding shower, a basin and W. C. You’ll find the principal bedroom up the stairs to the second floor, which has a featured fireplace and an en-suite shower room. Also located on the second floor is another bed room and on the third floor is another large bedroom with a bathroom. From the third floor are a few steps up to an attic, which can be used as a storage area.
For those who want access to civilization, the historic market town of Abergavenny offers a wide range of amenities including shops, high quality restaurants, schools, a leisure centre with a swimming pool, a cinema, theatre, banks plus medical facilities. Despite being out in the sticks, there’s also great transport links to get you to Cardiff, Bristol and further afield.
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