Llanrothal, Herefordshire, NP25


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A stylish, beautifully presented Grade II listed four bedroom barn conversion, offering spacious accommodation, cleverly blending original character with a contemporary theme. Situated in an outstanding rural development of just six properties, amidst fabulous countryside.

A stylish, beautifully presented Grade II listed four bedroom barn conversion, offering spacious accommodation, cleverly blending original character with a contemporary theme. Situated in an outstanding rural development of just six properties, amidst fabulous countryside.


The property is situated in the rural parish of Llanrothal within a select development of just six properties at the end of a no through road which provides one of the prettiest drives in the country. For the lovers of the great outdoors there are miles of countryside and riverside walks literally on the doorstep through the stunning Monnow Valley.

Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye are 5.5 and 11 miles respectively where a large range of shopping social and sporting facilities can be found along with the centres of Hereford (16 miles), Cardiff (40 miles) and Bristol (50 miles) all within commuting distance.

The property is entered via:

Reception Hall:

Ceramic tiled flooring, stairs to first floor, ceiling spotlight. White panelled door to:


Beautifully fitted with a lovely contemporary style having Porcelanosa suite with low level WC, corner wash hand basin with mono block mixer, attractively tiled walls and floor. Extractor fan.

From hallway door leads into:

Kitchen/Dining Room: 19'4" x 15'2" (5.9m x 4.62m).

Extremely light and spacious room, beautifully fitted with an excellent cottage style range of kitchen units incorporating concealed fridge and freezer, concealed dishwasher. Space for wide cooking range with Rangemaster extractor hood over and fully tiled splashback. Wood block hardwood work surfaces with fully tiled surround and inset enamel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mono block mixer. Glazed display cupboards. Space for tall American style tall fridge/freezer. Ceiling LED spotlights. Ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating. Door to large understairs storage cupboard. Double glazed window to rear aspect with wide window sill with views to garden and surrounding countryside. Double glazed door opening out onto patio area. Door into:

Utility Room: 6'2" x 4'8" (1.88m x 1.42m).

Fitted with units to match the kitchen, cottage style with hardwood wood block work surface with inset circular sink unit with drainer, concealed washing machine. Wall unit, tiled splashback. Power points. Wall mounted boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating.

Living Room: 18'1" x 14'6" (5.5m x 4.42m).

A lovely spacious and light room with double aspect to front and rear with lancet double glazed front windows and two double glazed windows to rear aspect overlooking the gardens and surrounding countryside. Ample power points, TV point, telephone point, picture lights and inset LED ceiling spotlights.

From Reception Hall:

Half turn staircase leads to:

First Floor and Landing:

With amazing features, this high vaulted landing with wealth of majestic original beams,, lancet double glazed window to front aspect. Radiator, power points. Door to:

Master Bedroom: 14'2" x 11'7" (4.32m x 3.53m).

With majestic, exposed original timbers. Plenty of natural light with large double glazed window to side aspect and additional double glazed window to rear aspect. Radiator, power points. Door to:

En-Suite Shower Room:

Wide glazed and tiled shower cubicle with mains fed shower. Porcelanosa suite with low level WC, mono block contemporary mixer. Fully tiled walls and floor. Exposed ceiling timber. Chromium heater towel radiator, extractor fan. Lancet double glazed window. LED spotlights and extractor fan.

Bedroom 2: 16' x 8'4" (4.88m x 2.54m).

A good sized double room with high vaulted ceiling with exposed original ceiling timbers. Two double glazed windows to rear aspect with plenty of natural light. Radiator, power points.

Bedroom 3: 9'9" x 8' (2.97m x 2.44m).

With lancet double glazed front aspect. High vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Radiator, power points.

Bedroom 4: 10'5" x 6'3" (3.18m x 1.9m).

Once again, having high vaulted ceiling, exposed ceiling timbers,. Double glazed window to rear aspect with views to surrounding countryside. Power points, radiator.


Beautiful contemporary styled Porcelanosa suite comprising low level WC. Modern panelled bath with side mixer taps and mains shower over, glazed shower screen with fully tiled surround. Circular wash hand basin with mono block mixer on a tiled plinth. Shaver point, extractor fan. Fully tiled walls and floors. Exposed ceiling timber. Lancet window to front aspect.


From the end of the no through country lane a stone pillared entrance leads into sweeping gravelled driveway leading through an avenue of mature cherry trees and well manicured grass and shrub beds. To the front of the property there is gravelled parking area for at least two cars, beautifully stocked shrub beds with young specimen trees and pleasant patio area, perfect for taking in the morning sun opposite to which there is a useful garage.

The gravelled driveway sweeps to the side of the property leading down to further parking area. Communal parking area leading up to:

Stone Studio: 19' x 8'5" (5.8m x 2.57m).

Converted from old implement barn providing a superb area for home office/gym etc. With features including exposed circular stone pillars, vaulted ceiling and exposed original beams. Power points, lighting. Full height double glazed window providing plenty of natural light.

The rear garden is laid to lawn with gateway leading down to the studio. Trellis borders with beautiful climbing roses, clematis. Stepping stone pathway through the lawn and large patio area giving plenty of room for al fresco dining, hot tub etc.

Garage: 25' x 9'9" (7.62m x 2.97m).

An exceptionally good sized garage with room for storage, cars, everyday paraphernalia with further access to roof storage in the loft space. Power and lighting. Double timber doors.

Grid Ref: 51.866816, -2.7735


The easiest approach is to take the A466, proceeding north from Monmouth for approx 3.5 miles to Welsh Newton, at the staggered cross roads turn left sign posted Llanrothal, proceed along the country lane for approximately 1.5 miles and bear right signposted Llanrothal. Continue along this no through road to the end, approximately 1 mile, where the entrance to the property will be found.

Agents Note. Please note this property is situated on the English side of the border and incurs English stamp duty.


Air sources heating, underfloor heating to ground floor.

Mains water drainage.

Shared communal treatment plant.

Communal Areas:

There is an impressive communal driveway leading from the country lane which sweeps to the properties, flanked by an avenue of Cherry trees

There is a charge of approx £60 per month for maintenance of the communal grounds, sewage treatment plant and communal electricity.

Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.

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Richard Butler & Associates

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