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Formerly the Royal Oak Public House and inextricably linked to the rich history of the village of Clydach, Oak House is a superb six bedroom detached, stone residence offering a breadth of space and sense of grandeur rarely found in the local market. Built circa 1800, this hugely impressive Grade II listed home offers a wealth of period features and an abundance of character that permeates every corner of its almost 4000 sq ft of accommodation. The tone is set upon entering the property, into the extravagant reception hall complete with reclaimed chapel pillars, vaulted ceiling and sweeping staircase to the mezzanine first floor reception room. The ground floor accommodation as a whole comprises three independent reception rooms, two with wood burning stoves, as well as a 25’ kitchen/diner. In addition, there is a large double bedroom, stylish shower room, utility room and store room. On the first floor, the aforementioned mezzanine sitting room acts as the heart of the house, and enjoys direct access out to the garden. In addition, there are five double bedrooms including a master suite, again with vaulted ceiling, dressing room and en-suite bathroom, a large family bathroom, and an impressive office with glazed elevation overlooking the reception hall. It should be noted that the owners have recently installed a brand new oil-fired boiler and updated the wider heating system. Outside, the property can be accessed via two separate entrances at either end both with courtyard patio gardens, with the additional benefit of a hardstanding providing parking for two cars, and a small outbuilding currently utilised as storage. The charming, walled rear garden, accessed from the first floor lounge, offers a tranquil and private space to enjoy the mountain views above the roof line of the house, and includes seating areas over two levels, densely planted flower beds and lawn. Oak House is an exceptional home but also one that has undoubted further potential for buyers looking for a more flexible property whether as a multi-generational home, or one that offers possible income opportunities. As such it is the most rare of things, a property of real character and charm, blending modern style with period detail in a historic village location, within easy reach of the wide ranging amenities of nearby Abergavenny.