This spacious, stylish and immaculately-presented, detached, six-bedroom property provides flexible, family-sized accommodation over three floors and sits in generous, level, lawned gardens with views over fields at the back. To the front there is ample off road parking and the property is conveniently located close to commuting links. Read more
This spacious, stylish and immaculately-presented, detached, six-bedroom property provides flexible, family-sized accommodation over three floors and sits in generous, level, lawned gardens with views over fields at the back.
Situated just off the A48, within the hamlet of Crick, the property is ideally located for commuting to Bristol, Cardiff and Newport and conveniently close to schools and facilities in the town of Caldicot, a mile distant. There are local amenities in the village of Caerwent, also a mile away and the historic market town of Chepstow with its shops, supermarkets, schools, restaurants and leisure facilities is within 4.5 miles.
Holly House sits in a North West facing plot and is approached over a large, paved parking area with space for several cars. The brick-built property is approximately 27 years old and is being sold for only the second time since being built.
The accommodation has been imaginatively updated, with much of the carefully detailed refurbishment carried out by the current owners. The rooms are light and airy and the property has a contemporary feel.
The front door, under an open, canopied porch, leads into a spacious, tiled reception hall, overlooked by the first floor galleried landing. In the hall and up the stairs, contrasting paint colours used over and under the dado rails provide attractive decorative detailing.
A door off the hall leads to a spacious living room, which has practical engineered oak flooring and a feature fireplace. Double French doors open to the paved rear sun terrace. Another set of French doors opens to the dining room, which also has engineered oak flooring. It provides a lovely space for formal entertaining, with a large window overlooking the back garden. From the dining room a door opens into the hallway and from there to the adjacent kitchen. The kitchen is well-presented, with a range of grey wall and base units and an 8-burner gas range cooker. A window over the sink gives delightful views over the back garden and the fields beyond the boundary. The floor is tiled and there is plenty of room for a kitchen table, for informal family meals. Located directly off the kitchen is a useful utility area with wall and floor units, space and plumbing for a washing machine and separate dryer and a door giving access to the side of the property.
The ground floor accommodation also includes a study, ideal for those wishing to work from home and the original double garage has been cleverly converted to provide a large, airy lounge. This room has two big windows overlooking the front driveway, with decorative leading which matches the other windows in the property.
Immediately inside the front door of the property is a downstairs cloakroom and located off the reception hall is a handy storage cupboard. From the hall a turned wooden staircase leads up to the first floor galleried landing, off which there are four beautifully-presented double bedrooms. These include the spacious principal bedroom which has a rear-facing window overlooking the garden. The bedroom has two double, built-in wardrobes and its luxurious en suite has been stylishly refitted to include an oversized shower cubicle with a rain shower and an oval-shaped bath with central taps.
The stunning family bathroom is also located on the first floor. It has been refitted with an attractive four-piece suite which includes a large shower and a free-standing, claw-footed bath. This bathroom serves two of the double bedrooms on this floor. Another bedroom has its own en suite with a bath with a shower over.
Outside - Outside, the property sits in level gardens, with lawned areas, established shrubs and trees and a paved sun terrace running the width of the back of the property.
In the surrounding area, there are many walks, leisure and recreation opportunities and the famous Marriott St. Pierre Golf and Country Club is a short drive away. Holly House is conveniently positioned for those wishing to commute, with easy access to the M4 and M48 motorway networks and to high speed train services to London.
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