No.3 Poorscript Lane,
GROSMONT, Near Abergavenny.
SOLD subject to contract
Offers in excess of £140,000.
The property is situated in this historic village with its unique Town Hall, Norman Church and Castle, Village Stores & Post Office and Public House, it enjoys fine views towards the surrounding hills yet is only approximately 1 ½ miles from the main A465 Abergavenny/ Hereford road at Pontrilas with each of these important centres from there being about 12 miles distant.
The property is a former local authority property, originally of Pre-cast Reinforced Concrete construction standing under a felted and tiled roof. The accommodation has the advantage of propane gas fire central heating and partial uPVC framed glazing, it enjoys lovely rural outlooks but is in need of some improvement and updating, it currently comprises:
On the Ground Floor:
Part obscure glazed uPVC front door and side panel to
Small ENTRANCE HALL 13'5" x 6'10" overall (incl. stairwell)
with solid floor, one double panel radiator, three single power points, telephone point and central heating control panel. The stairs lead off, having an under-stairs storage space.
SITTING ROOM 10'10" x 9'3" av.
with pleasant outlooks over the rear garden towards the hills, solid floor, blanked off fireplace, one double panel radiator and two single power points.
LIVING / DINING ROOM 14'6" av. x 10'11"
with front aspect, solid floor, Charnwood all-night burning solid fuel stove, cupboard to one side with electricity trip panel, one single panel radiator, one double power point and T.V. aerial point.
KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 12'2" x 6'11"
with solid floor, front aspect, range of somewhat dated base units providing drawer and cupboard space, beige working surfaces, tiled to rear, single drainer stainless steel sink unit (h & c), plumbing and recess for automatic washing machine. Electric cooker point, triple spot lighting and two double and one single power points.
Stairs to On the First Floor:
LANDING 8'7" x 3'6"
L- shaped with one single power point and hatch to insulated and part boarded roof space, possibly with potential for further accommodation having a height of 90” approximately to the apex.
BEDROOM (1) 12'8" x 10'10"
A Double Room with a lovely rural outlook over the rear garden and beyond, built-in wardrobe/cupboard with hanging and shelf space, blanked off fireplace, one single panel radiator and two single power points.
BEDROOM (2) 10'10" x 10'6" av.
Another Double room with similar views and having a recessed cupboard housing the “Vaillant” wall-mounted gas fired boiler, cupboard over, one single panel radiator and two single power points.
BEDROOM (3) 9' av. x 6'1"
a single room with front aspect, recessed cupboard over stairs, one single panel radiator and two single power points.
with three piece white suite of cast iron panelled bath (h & c), 6'10" x 6'1" tiled to rear, close-coupled low flush w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin (h & c). One double panel radiator.
The property is approached via a pedestrian entrance gate, a concrete path, flanked by an herbaceous/rose border leads to the front of the property past a spacious level lawn area. To the side of the property and with access off the side path, is a brick built Store Shed, 16' x 7' overall divided into two parts, the front section having a not recently used w.c, with an adjacent fuel store and a Garden Store (roof in need of repair). This outhouse is semi-detached being attached back to back with the neighbouring property’s similar outhouse. The rear garden area; which is surprisingly spacious, is mainly down to lawn and has great potential for landscaping as well as ample room for a vegetable garden area.
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. Telephone (subject to British Telecom transfer regulations). Propane gas fired central heating. None of the services, nor any of the fixtures and fittings included in the sale and described in these sale particulars has been tested.
The property is understood to be in Council Tax Band “D”.
Vacant Possession will be available upon completion.
Strictly by appointment through the sole agents.
the property was constructed in the post-war period; as were the other neighbouring properties in Poorscript Lane, to a pre-fabricated design known as an “Airey House”. In the mid 1990’s the property was included in a contract under which the Contractor was required to reinstate the property in accordance with a specification which included structural works. A copy of the certificate and plans referring to the works is available upon request.
Nigel Ward & Co., give notice to anyone reading these Particulars as follows:
a. These Particulars are prepared for the guidance only prospective purchasers and are intended to give a fair overall description of the property.
b. Any area measurements referred to are approximate only.
c. The descriptions contained herein are used in good faith as an opinion only and not by way of statement of fact.
For further details or to arrange a viewing please telephone our office on 01981 240140