About the property

The Tannery is a unique and individual property. This refurbished and well maintained house is thought to date from around 1840 and has been a Tannery and a store house. It was converted into a single dwelling in 2012 and has been most stylishly modernised into a contemporary open plan home while sympathetically retaining many original heritage features. The freehold property is approached via a private road leading to a surprisingly almost secluded location, not obvious from the main road, lying at the end of a quiet and secure cul-de-sac. Wooden gates, fencing and hedge screening enclose a generous gravelled forecourt which provides adequate parking for up to four cars and access to two single garages and a small woodshed. The immaculately presented accommodation offered is arranged over three floors and benefits from five bedrooms and three bathrooms which include a superb wet room. The ground floor accommodation is very versatile and although two bedrooms are currently being used as storage and utility spaces the whole floor could be converted into a self-contained annex. Entering through the open oak framed porch and the spacious entrance hall the stairs to the first floor lead past an open plan office and into the large single contemporary open plan living space consisting of kitchen, dining and living areas. Along the south facing aspect there are four large floor to ceiling windows, plus a French door and Juliet balcony overlooking the garden below, which make a light, airy and uplifting living space. Timeless plantation style window shutters and vertical blinds enhance the contemporary style of the property. A modern wood burner in the main living space provides alternate heating to the main gas central heating system and a focal point which can be enjoyed from the whole space. Stairs lead to the second floor which provides three bedrooms and two bathrooms all contained under a pitched roof with exposed beams. The large master bedroom includes a dressing area. One bathroom provides a corner bath while the second is a spacious contemporary sandstone tiled wet room/shower room. Externally the property retains its original charm of a slate roofed, stone, brick and timber construction and although it retains much of its original heritage appearance it has internally been brought firmly into the twenty first century. It is the Agents opinion that an internal inspection is essential to appreciate the many unusual, versatile and unique features of this property. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Quiet off road, end of cul-de-sac location
  • Accommodation arranged on three floors
  • Versatile accommodation providing options for variety of uses
  • Contemporary open plan living spaces
  • Ground Floor toilet and shower.
  • Bathroom and Wet room to second floor
  • Full D/G and Gas C/H
  • Low maintenance gardens

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Usk

25 Bridge Street



NP15 1BQ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01291 672212


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