Set in some wonderful countryside, Little Croxley and The Annexe are two separate barn conversions sharing approximately three acres of gardens and woodlands and are ideal for multi-generational living or someone wanting to work from home.
Set on its own, Little Croxley sits on the South West Herefordshire border, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park with the River Monnow below forming the boundary for Monmouthshire. Surrounded by superb countryside, it is the perfect haven for someone wanting privacy without compromising on accessibility.
Both Little Croxley and The Annexe are attractive barn conversions which have been designed to make the most of their location. Little Croxley has an impressive first floor living room which is open to the roof, flooded with natural light by windows to the front and rear providing unbeatable views. It has a unique galleried office over and a kitchen/breakfast room off. The three bedrooms, bathroom and en-suite are all on the ground floor. It also has wonderful open fronted verandah which is perfect for sitting out and enjoying the view. The Annexe is a Grade II listed barn with just as many features including handmade oak joinery, exposed oak beams and flexible accommodation. It has a grand, double height entrance hall/dining room; a great room for hosting a dinner party. Also on the ground floor is a kitchen/diner with pantry, double bedroom and bathroom. On the first floor is an open plan living room/galleried landing. The living room is open to the roof and off the landing is the master bedroom, room for an en-suite and stairs to a useful attic room with plenty of potential.
The grounds and gardens are a real feature and have everything. Attractively kept and presented, there are established borders, lawns, a vegetable patch, number of seating areas which make the most of the views, a small stream and woodland. Viewing the property is the only true way to understand its beauty.
The popular village of Pandy is under three miles away and has several pubs, a village hall, petrol station with shop and primary school. The market town of Abergavenny is approximately eight miles drive and has a range of local amenities such as independent shops, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, a theatre, cinema, general hospital, primary and secondary schools and a mainline train station. A celebrated annual food festival entices national and international visitors every September, together with cycling, walking, music and art events throughout the year. The town and surrounding area is well known for its renowned gastropubs and restaurants. The town also has good road links towards Hereford, Brecon, Swansea, Bristol, Newport and Cardiff via A465, A40 and A4042 trunk roads.
The city of Hereford lies approximately fifteen miles north of Little Croxley making it ideal for anyone looking to commute for work.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band Little Croxley ‘E’ and The Annexe (A).
Services: Oil fired central heating. Private water via bore hole. Private drainage. 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 a broadband speed of: 8.82Mbps / Upload speed 18.51Mbps
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