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Llantilio Crossenny, Abergavenny £615,000

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  • Detached Period Residence
  • Formerly A Mill Dating Back To The 16th Century
  • Three Bedrooms
  • 20' Lounge
  • Dining Room & Conservatory
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Plot Of Almost Four Acres
  • Outbuildings
  • Formal Gardens & Extensive Woodland
  • No Onward Chain

The Corn Mill is a unique three bedroom residence enjoying a picturesque position on the banks of the River Trothy, within the highly sought after village community of Llantilio Crossenny. The property enjoys an idyllic position at the end of a private lane within a plot of almost four acres. There has been a mill on the site since the 16th Century and the Corn Mill’s three storey accommodation reflects its agricultural roots and the three working sections of the original mill. On the ground floor, an entrance hall leads to the 20’ lounge with exposed timbers and working fire, and a separate dining room with stripped wood floors and double aspect. Off the dining room is a fully fitted kitchen with separate entrance, as well as a conservatory providing a perfect vantage point to survey the garden and the river, with the ground floor accommodation completed by the guest WC. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with full en-suite bathroom, a family bathroom and another double bedroom. Finally, on the second floor there is further double bedroom. The Corn Mill enjoys grounds that are as characterful as the property itself. To the front running along the private lane is an expanse of ground that has recently been planted with a selection of fruit trees with a brick built outbuilding/workshop at its far end. Heading towards the house, there is a large wood store on the right hand side and a parking area for three cars. The formal gardens incorporate two terraces to the front and rear, perched overlooking the river, a sunken ornamental pond and steps down to a wide and extensive of lawn that runs along the riverbank. It is a thoroughly idyllic scene and forms only part of the external picture. More than half the ground is made up of mature woodland that is divided by the remains of the leat that fed water to the original mill. The woodland has a magical quality and feels steeped in natural history with some of the Oaks thought to be up to 700 years old. In summary, the Corn Mill is a truly rare and exceptional home enjoying an exquisite setting in a singularly picturesque part of the Monmouthshire countryside. It also enjoys a location equidistant to the vibrant towns of Abergavenny and Monmouth and the extensive transport links that they offer. No onward chain.


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Name Location Type Distance
Llantilio Crossenny
Abergavenny NP7 8TN
County: Monmouthshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00002254