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STROAT, Farm House for sale

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 05/10/2011

WELCOME TO STROAT. If YOU have ANY information on the villiage of Stroat PLEASE contact the blog owner as soon as possible for it to be added.

Stroat, West Gloucestershire (Between Chepstow & Woolaston)

Sold 07-Mar-2014 for £340,000

Property Summary

Price:
Price Guide £395,000
Property Status:
For Sale
Number of Bedrooms:
6 Bedrooms or more
Reference:
10027

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Description

• • • NO UPPER CHAIN • • • MOST IMPOSING GRADE II* LISTED BUILDING • • •
DETACHED SEVEN / EIGHT BEDROOM FARMHOUSE, thought to date back to 1600’s • • •
Providing significantly rare opportunity to update GENEROUSLY PROPORTIONED THREE STOREY HISTORIC FARMHOUSE • • •
In garden & grounds of APPROX ONE THIRD OF AN ACRE OR THEREABOUTS comprising level gardens & small paddock area with outhouses • • •
Accommodation: Porch, Hall, Inner Hall, Rear Hall, Lean-To Rear Porch, Second Conservatory Style Rear Porch, Main Entrance Hall, Cellar, Original Larder (converted into Kitchenette), Dining Room, Top Sitting Room, Lower Sitting Room, Kitchen, Four Bedrooms (plus Dressing Room/Bedroom 8) on First Floor, Separate Toilet, Shower Room, Bathroom/wc, Three Further Bedrooms on Upper Level & Water Tank Room • • • Many original features still remain (please see official listing details in Agent’s Note) • • • OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING

Property Details

Approximately 3 miles from Chepstow and 7 miles from Lydney.

Located on the north side of the A48 this DETACHED SEVEN / EIGHT BEDROOM FARMHOUSE is thought to date back to the 1600’s and provides a significantly rare opportunity to update a GENEROUSLY PROPORTIONED THREE STOREY HISTORIC FARMHOUSE.

Standing in garden and grounds of APPROXIMATELY ONE THIRD OF AN ACRE OR THEREABOUTS comprising level gardens and small paddock area with outhouses.

The accommodation includes Porch, Hall, Inner Hall, Rear Hall, Lean-To Rear Porch, Second Conservatory Style Rear Porch, Main Entrance Hall, Cellar, Original Larder (converted into a Kitchenette), Dining Room, Top Sitting Room, Lower Sitting Room, Kitchen, Four Bedrooms (plus Dressing Room/Bedroom 8) on the First Floor, Separate Toilet, Shower Room, Bathroom/wc, Three Further Bedrooms on the Upper Level and Water Tank Room.

Many original features still remain (please see official listing details in Agent’s Note).

OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING. FREEHOLD. NO UPPER CHAIN.

The accommodation comprises:

PORCH HALL 11’7 x 8’9 (3.53m x 2.66m) Tiled floor.

INNER HALL 9’1 x 5’6 (2.76m x 1.67m) Tiled floor.

REAR HALL 14’0 x 5’9 (4.26m x 1.75m)

LEAN-TO REAR PORCH SECOND CONSERVATORY STYLE REAR PORCH

Leading into:-

MAIN ENTRANCE HALL Door to:-
CELLAR
Room 1: 16’3 x 15’3 (4.95m x 4.64m)
Room 2: 8’8 x 7’0 (2.64m x 2.13m)

ORIGINAL LARDER Converted into a Kitchenette Inset stainless steel twin bowl sink with chrome mixer tap, 4-ring electric hob, electric cooker point, radiator, original built-in cupboards.

DINING ROOM 16’3 x 15’0 (4.95m x 4.57m) Dual aspect windows both with shutters and window seats, 2 radiators, fireplace, exposed ceiling beams. Ceiling height of 10’2 (3.09m).

TOP SITTING ROOM 16’3 x 15’6 (4.95m x 4.72m) Shuttered window with window seat, 2 radiators, marble fireplace, exposed ceiling beams. Ceiling height of 9’1 (2.76m).

LOWER SITTING ROOM 15’4 x 12’3 (4.67m x 3.73m) Stone fireplace, shuttered window to front, radiator, exposed ceiling beams.

KITCHEN 20’2 x 10’9 (6.14m x 3.27m) Hardwood worktops with cupboards below, fireplace with oven range, radiator, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled floor.

MAIN STAIRCASE TO HALF LANDING AND FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM 1 17’4 x 9’6 (5.28m x 2.89m) Radiator, large walk-in storage cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder, door to rear landing and second staircase to ground floor.

DRESSING ROOM / BEDROOM 8 9’8 x 9’8 (2.94m x 2.94m) Fireplace, radiator.

BEDROOM 2 16’10 x 12’3 (5.13m x 3.73m) Window and seat overlooking the rear, fireplace, door to rear landing and second staircase to ground floor.

MAIN LANDING With original balustrading, linen cupboard with secondary hot water cylinder.

BEDROOM 3 (front) 16’5 x 16’3 (5.00m x 4.95m) Wash hand basin, fireplace, 2 radiators, exposed ceiling beams, recessed cupboard with shelving.

INNER LANDING Radiator.

SEPARATE TOILET SHOWER ROOM With step-in shower, wash hand basin.

BEDROOM 4 (rear) 16’9 x 13’3 (5.10m x 4.03m) Fireplace, radiator, exposed ceiling beams.

BATHROOM Panelled bath with hand shower attachment, low level close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, exposed ceiling beams.

STAIRCASE TO UPPER LEVEL LANDING Approximately 4’0 wide.

BEDROOM 5 (front) 17’8 x 16’6 (5.38m x 5.02m) Exposed ceiling beams.

Door to:-

BEDROOM 6 (rear) 21’0 x 17’0 (6.40m x 5.18m)

WATER TANK ROOM (rear) 11’7 x 9’6 (3.53m x 2.89m) max. Exposed beams.

BEDROOM 7 (front) 11’3 x 7’10 (3.42m x 2.38m) plus recess.

OUTSIDE Entranceway leading to the rear paddock / parking area with stone wall boundaries and a five-bar entrance gate.

OUTBUILDINGS include BLOCK AND STONE BUILT OUTHOUSES. Enclosed level lawned garden with fruit trees, ornamental trees, flowering shrubs, etc.

There is also an additional enclosed garden to the front with pedestrian gate to the road, in ALL totalling APPROXIMATELY ONE THIRD OF AN ACRE OR THEREABOUTS.

DIRECTIONS From Chepstow take the A48 road towards Lydney.
On entering the hamlet of Stroat and passing the Mission Hall and Stroat House on the right hand side, the property is a little further along on the left hand side.

AGENT’S NOTE Official Listed Buildings description of The Stroat Farmhouse:- Farmhouse. c1600 and c19. Rendered rubble, Welsh slate roof, 2 large external gable stacks to right and 1 large gable stack, left, all with triple flues.

The main farmhouse is an L-shaped block, with return arm to the right, and principal entrance, not now used as such, at the back, in the internal corner of the L, opposite the staircase rising on the road side; a second entry on the right return, between the large stacks.

A later and lower block adjoins and intercommunicates, left. Road front is 2½ storeys, 2-windowed, small C20 gabled dormers over 3-light wood casements with transoms, and blank centre section of walling; at side, right, plank door in C20 glazed porch, and at back 2 o3 3-light casements, some with transom, and in a projecting full-height gabled porch a plank door with nail-heads and strap hinges in a broad moulded wood frame.

The C19 block, left 2 storeys, 2-windowed, 4 and 3-light casement over 3-light with transom, right, and blank door left.

Interior: Mostly original steep A-frame roofs with high collar; tight open-well stair with heavy saddle-back handrail, square newels, some with finials, and turned ex-square balusters, approached through a contemporary haunched wood arch with drop finial, opposite main door.

Some rooms with unusually large beams with run-out chamfers, and in the passage from the side entry a large shell cupboard backing into main room (formerly perhaps a doorway); this front room over a cellar. Back room has bolection mould fireplace, and there are many broad plank doors. Formerly a very noble property.

VIEWING Strictly by appointment with ARCHER & CO. You are advised to obtain a survey & establish that all appliances and services etc. are to your satisfaction before submitting your offer. These property details are subject to change without notice.

The property will be sold subject to any Wayleaves, Public or Private Rights of Way, Easements, Covenants & outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Approx. room dimensions are usually taken as the maximum distance between the walls.

Definition of boundaries will need to be clarified by the vendors’ solicitors. In respect of any new properties, the developers reserve the right to alter the specification at any build point, without any notice whatsoever.

Mileages are approx. E. & O. E. ARCHER & CO, their clients, and any joint agents give notice that: 1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warrantees in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2. Any areas are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Archer & Co have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

Further Information

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ESTATE AGENT’S Contact Data Phone & Internet

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 02/10/2011

WELCOME TO STROAT. If YOU have ANY information on the villiage of Stroat PLEASE contact the blog owner as soon as possible for it to be added.

ESTATE AGENT‘S Contact Data Phone & Internet

Archer & Co., Chepstow
01291 – 62 62 62

Bairstow Eves, Caldicot
01291 – 420 630

Bairstow Eves, Chepstow
01291 – 628 215

Bairstow Eves, Cinderford
08432 700 454

Bairstow Eves, Coleford
08434 – 700 456

Bairstow Eves, Lydney
01594 – 843 497

Bairstow Eves, Monmouth
01600 – 714 874

Bairstow Eves, Ross on Wye

KJT Residential, Cinderford
01594 – 823 033


KJT Residential, Coleford
01594 – 833 333

http://www.kjtoombs.co.uk


KJT Residential, Lydney
01594 – 844 444
Richard Butler Estate Agents, Lydney
01594 – 840 111

http://www.richard-butler.co.uk


Richard Butler Estate Agents, Ross On Wye
01989 – 567 979

http://www.richard-butler.co.uk


Steve Gooch, Coleford
01594 – 835 566

http://www.stevegooch.co.uk


Steve Gooch, Mitcheldean
01594 542535
Steve Gooch, Newent
01531 – 820 844
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CHEPSTOW Contact Data on The Internet

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 01/10/2011

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CHEPSTOW Contact Data on The Internet

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LYDNEY Contact Data on the INTERNET

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 01/10/2011

WELCOME TO STROAT. 
If YOU have ANY information on the village of Stroat 
PLEASE contact the blog owner as soon as possible 
for it to be added.

LYDNEY Contact Data on the INTERNET

Lydney is a small town and civil parish in the English county of Gloucestershire. It is located on the west bank of the River Severn, close to the Forest of Dean.

DEAN FOREST RAILWAY  
About. History · The Railway Society · The Future · Stations · Lydney Junction · St Mary’s Halt · Lydney Town · Norchard · Whitecroft · Parkend · Station Gardens; – …
CLICK HERE
 

HOSPITAL 
Lydney: CLICK HERE
  Grove Road, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 5JF – 01594 598220

 

LYDNEY CANAL: CLICK HERE 
LYDNEY HARBOUR:
Old Photos of: CLICK HERE
but has anyone found a comprehensive web site on the harbour? If so PLEASE let me know the links!
 
Lydney HOSPITAL:
  Grove Road, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 5JF – 01594 598220

 
LYDNEY PARK ESTATE:
Sawmills, Shoot, Game, Events CLICK HERE

Lydney RFC
http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/lydneyrugbyfootballclub/
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Lydney RFC Rugby Union club Gloucestershire – RFU National – National League 2 South.

Lydney Tourist Information and Travel Guide 

1 day ago – Lydney Town in the Royal Forest of Dean Tour and Tourist Information Guide.

Lydney, Towns in the Forest Of Dean ForestWeb (fweb) – Virtual  

Lydney. Lydney, which has existed since Roman times, covers approximately eight square miles of Gloucestershire between the Forest of Dean and the River

LYDNEY RFC: CLICK HERE 

Dean Forest Railway  CLICK HERE
About. History · The Railway Society · The Future · Stations · Lydney Junction · St Mary’s Halt · Lydney Town · Norchard · Whitecroft · Parkend · Station Gardens; – …

Lydney Park Estate and Lydney Park Gardens, Lydney Lydney Park Estate in the Royal Forest of Dean comprises: Lydney Park Gardens , a Woodland Garden open to the public in springtime. Timber forestry and … CLICK HERE



MINCOST, Lydney:
Mincost is a long established importer and wholesaler of Workshop Machinery & Consumables,Tools and Garden Machinery. 15 a High Street, Lydney, Gloucestershire GL15 5DP – Tel 01594 841014
 CLICK HERE

Old Photos of the Forest of Dean – Lydney and District – Page 1 

http://www.sungreen.co.uk/lydney/_LydneyPage1.htmCached 

old photos of people and places in and near Lydney, school photos, football photos, cricket photos famliy photos, group photos.

National Rail Enquiries – Station Facilities for Lydney 

Lydney Railway Station Station Road Find WiFi Hotspots around Lydney station. Web Kiosk Penalty Fares do not apply when travelling from Lydney station.

Lydney Rugby Club CLICK HERE

Lydney SWIMMING CLUB:
Has information about the club, its policies and committee, news, fixtures and training. Based at Whitecross Leisure Centre, the club offers competitive swimming
CLICK HERE

Redruth RFC v. Lydney 

Lydney – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lydney
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TAURUS CRAFTS:

Local Craft & Shop Center: CLICK HERE  



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MONMOUTHSHIRE Contact Data on the Internet

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 01/10/2011

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MONMOUTHSHIRE Contact Data on the Internet

Monmouthshire Building Society 

  • Monmouthshire Building Society Home Page – Mortgages, Savings, Insurance and Financial Advice. The local Building Society serving people in the South

  • Monmouthshire Tourist Information and Travel Guide 

    3 days ago – Monmouthshire Tourist Information and Travel Guide icluding maps.

  • Visit Monmouthshire – County of Monmouthshire, River Severn  

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    Visit Monmouthshire, County of Monmouthshire, River Severn, River Wye, River Monnow, River Trothy, Monmouthshire tourism, local information,

  • GENUKI: Genealogical research information for Monmouthshire  

    24 Oct 2005 – Genealogical research information for Monmouthshire, Wales.

  • Welcome to the Monmouth Web Site, Monmouth, Monmouthshire  

    Welcome to the Premiere Monmouth Web Site. Your resource for all things Monmouth.

  • The Masonic Province of Monmouthshire 

    Masonic Province of Monmouthshire Welcome Page.

  • MONFH 

    freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~monfamilies/monfh.htmCached  – Similar

    MONMOUTHSHIRE FAMILY HISTORY. MONMOUTHSHIRE TRANSCRIPTIONS OTHER COUNTY Monmouthshire Electoral Registers – 1832 1841 1844

  • Monmouthshire Golf Club 

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    If you would like to play the Monmouthshire please book soon to avoid disappointment. We have a few spaces for visitors in August so just give us a call to book.

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    FOREST of DEAN Contact Data on the internet:

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    FOREST of DEAN Contact Data on the internet:

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