22 Drybridge Street
Whoever purchases 22 Drybridge Street will be purchasing a slice of Monmouth history. The property is far bigger on the inside than it appears on the outside due to extensions added in the 1700’s and 1800’s. The original part of the property is believed to date back to 1600’s.
The property is currently being sold with no onward chain and has an abundance of character and charm. The entrance hall is a practical space with coconut matting flooring and plenty of space to hang coats and store shoes. A further inner hallway has a large understairs storage cupboard providing further storage on the ground floor. The dining room has a huge stone feature fireplace, flagstone flooring, large windows to the front aspect letting light flood through the house.
The galley kitchen has a range of fitted units with attractive work surfaces, a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink and double drainer, a fitted four ring gas hob with extractor fan over and flagstone flooring.
The lounge offers solace from the hussle and bustle of High Street living. Tucked away at the back of the property it has a large inglenook feature fireplace, dual aspect windows looking out over the courtyard and flagstone flooring with underfloor heating, a feature that runs throughout the ground floor. French doors provide access out to the courtyard garden and outbuilding.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom two has two large windows that let light flood through making it a spacious, light and airy room. A fitted floor to ceiling wardrobe provides plenty of storage space.
Bedroom three has a vaulted ceiling and exposed stone walls making it a character filled space with dual aspect windows overlooking the courtyard.
Bedroom four is the smallest but will fit a double bed, it has previously been used as a study. The family bathroom has a white suite, the bath has a waterfall shower over it. There is also an airing cupboard housing the gas fired central heating boiler and a utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer.
The principal bedroom suite located on the second floor has an en-suite shower room which has been upgraded recently, a dressing area and fitted wardrobes and drawers. It provides a warm and comfortable retreat away from the rest of the property.
Outside the property has a small low maintenance courtyard garden. A useful two storey outbuilding provides space for storage. There is a handy side access from the courtyard on to Drybridge Terrace. Although there is no off street parking at the property, there is plenty of on street parking and two free carparks nearby.
There is an opportunity to apply for one parking permit per household from the local council.
Agents Note: The property has two flying freeholds.
Services: The property benefits from mains water, electricity, gas and mains drainage.
Fixtures and fittings: Only those items specifically mentioned in these particulars
will be included in the sale.