On the banks of the River Trothy, The Corn Mill is a characterful and attractive property set in an idyllic location and enjoys approximately 10 acres of gardens, woodlands and paddock.
Full of character and charm, The Corn Mill has exposed wooden floors and beams, an open fire in the living room and superb views. Inside the accommodation is set over three floors and with plenty of windows, it has a light and airy feel. There is an entrance hall with WC, generous living room with attractive stone fireplace surround, a large kitchen/diner with updated fitted kitchen and a conservatory. The kitchen is a wonderful room with windows overlooking the garden and a door leading to a private terrace which overlooks the river. On the first floor is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, second bedroom and main family bathroom. The third bedroom is on the second floor.
The gardens and grounds are a real feature of the property and the site is believed to date back to the 16th century. At the end of a private drive which passes a grassed area suitable for grazing horses, an old pig sty/workshop and a useful open shed it leads to a generous parking area. At the rear a wonderful patio off the kitchen and conservatory which overlooks a delightful sunken pond, the original mill leat and an extensive lawned area beyond. Flanked by the river and woodlands, the garden continues on with a second extensive grassed area which is dotted with trees and leads to further woodland garden which is a haven for wildlife. The ancient woodland has a magical quality with some oak trees believed to be 700 years old and a sea of bluebells in the spring. It has a path through which is ideal for walking the dog. On the other side of the river, opposite the house is a 5 acre paddock which has road access and wooden stabling.
Please note there is a property adjacent to The Corn Mill which shares the drive.
Surrounded by rolling Monmouthshire countryside, the property is located on the bank of the river Trothy. Popular nearby attractions include White Castle; a 12th Century Norman castle, the Rolls of Monmouth Golf Course, White Castle Vineyard and some fabulous restaurants that include The Walnut Tree and The Bell at Skenfrith. The area is popular with walkers with the Offa’s Dyke passing close by and the Three Castles Walk, which passes through the villages of Skenfrith and Grosmont. The well-regarded Cross Ash primary school is also less than 3 miles away.
The historic market towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth are both less than ten miles away and have a range of independent shops, supermarkets, theatres, cinemas and restaurants. Abergavenny also has a general hospital and a mainline train station.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘G’.
Services: Mains water and electric. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage shared with next door. Please note we have not tested the appliances, central heating or services.
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has broadband speeds of: Download 14.82 Mbps and Upload 7.52 Mbps.
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