- Impressive Detached Rural Home
- Four Bedrooms
- Superb 26' Lounge With Feature Fireplace
- Modern Kitchen/Diner
- Large Conservatory
- Family Bathroom & Shower Room
- Utililty & Guest WC
- Grounds Of 1/3 Acre Surrounded By Farmland
- Double Garage/Workshop & Extensive Parking
- Spectacular Views
Dating back to 1842, and originally three farm workers cottages, Cap-Glas Court has over time been remodelled and extended to create the superb rural home it is today. Enjoying a breathtaking backdrop of both the Skirrid and Brynarw Mountains the property occupies a particularly picturesque position within the Brecon Beacons National Park surrounded by farmland and 360 degree countryside views.
Behind it’s stone frontage, Cap-Glas Court offers a wealth of character and charm, as well as generous and flexible accommodation throughout. The extensive ground floor comprises of a welcoming entrance hall which leads to the superb 26’ lounge. This light and bright space includes a feature stone fireplace with Charnwood multi-fuel stove and divides easily into two separate seating areas, and further benefits from double height ceilings over the stairs that lead up to the mezzanine landing. Of similar size is the modern kitchen/diner which includes a well-appointed kitchen with electric Aga, granite units and Belfast sink, a generous seating area and French doors to the rear garden. The entertaining space is further augmented by the exceptionally large conservatory leading from the lounge, which offers a superb vantage point to enjoy the views and the plethora of wildlife that visits the rear garden throughout the year. In addition, there is also a large study with feature fireplace and Coalbrookdale multi-fuel stove, a 17’ utility room with separate entrance and a guest WC. The upstairs accommodation comprises of two distinct sections with the main accommodation accessed from the lounge staircase which leads to an impressive galleried landing. From this there are two large double bedrooms both with dual aspect and affording delightful views, a single bedroom (utilised as a dressing room by the current owners) and a smartly presented four-piece family bathroom. From the ground floor the fourth bedroom is accessed via the utility and includes an en-suite shower room. Given the separate nature of this room and the independent side access below there is undoubtedly potential to create a separate annex either as a holiday let or guest accommodation (subject to the necessary consents).
Cap-Glas Court occupies a plot of an approximately a third of an acre. Set back from the road behind double gates opening onto an extensive area of forecourt parking that leads the large double garage. Measuring approximately 22’ square this is a superb hobby space or workshop that also includes storage above. Solar panels have been fitted to the garage roof which have reduced the outgoings on the property to the bare minimum. There is also a greenhouse, and number of coal and wood stores. The rear garden is a predominantly laid to lawn with variety of beds and liberally planted with shrubs and trees. Adjacent to rolling farmland, it is a spectacular position from which to enjoy the Welsh countryside as it changes throughout the seasons. The property also benefits from a particularly convenient location being rural yet not remote. The market town of Abergavenny is three miles away offering extensive road and rail links, making it accessible to anywhere in the country. The well regarded local gastro-pub, “The Crown at Pantygelli” is a popular location for locals and those looking for excellent food and a convivial atmosphere. In summary Cap-Glas Court, is a truly delightful home offered in excellent order throughout and offer a rare blend of accommodation, location and charm.