Stylish dining hall, drawing room, bespoke study, superb kitchen with Aga, utility room, Master bedroom suite with mezzanine gallery, dressing room and bathroom, four further bedrooms, 3 en-suite, principal bathroom, double garage with attic room, original water tower, attractive private gardens.
Great Barn was originally a large barn within the Wyelands Estate and is believed to date from the mid-18th century. The award wining house was developed to a very high standard approximately 16 years ago and has undergone further updating in the intervening years. Great Barn is located in a charming position close to the village of Mathern and is approached via an imposing driveway, also shared with Eastwood House, culminating in its own private driveway with electric gates. The house is entered through a covered porch into the impressive dining hall. Attractive Travertine flooring is featured throughout the ground floor of the property, along with underfloor heating throughout. Leading off is the study with a bespoke range of Neville Johnson fitments. The drawing room adjoins the dining hall with attractive double sided fireplace and wood burning stove between, along with triple aspect views via the stone mullioned windows overlooking the gardens.
The bespoke kitchen was commissioned from Quails and enjoys an excellent range of units with granite work surfaces and large central island, along with three oven Aga with matching electric module oven and hob. Along with drinks fridge and integrated fridge/freezer. The kitchen also enjoys a triple aspect over the surrounding gardens as well as useful porch to the side elevation. Utility room off the kitchen with a good range of built-in storage units. From the dining hall one leads to the stair hall with access to the ground floor cloakroom/WC.
Leading off the main landing is the impressive master suite with mezzanine gallery, well appointed bathroom and walk-in dressing room. The rear landing with French windows to the rear balcony overlooking the gardens and gives access to the main guest suite with en-suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe, along with principal bathroom, additional guest room, currently beautifully appointed with a range of bespoke fitments by Quails to create a large dressing room and next to this is the second study, also beautifully appointed. From the rear landing is a further stairway to the top floor leading to a pleasant seating area along with access to the two en-suite bedrooms, both with bespoke bedroom fitment, also by Quails.
From the main driveway private electric gates lead into Great Barn with gravelled parking and turning, along with detached double garage with attic room over as well as the charming and original water tower with potential for conversion to further accommodation if required. The gardens are otherwise laid extensively to lawn with mature shrubs, along with paved seating areas, all enjoying the romantic woodland backdrop.
South east Monmouthshire is well know for its recreational opportunities. The medieval town of Chepstow includes an historical castle and renowned racecourse with major golf courses at The Celtic Manor and nearby St. Pierre. The area is also renowned for an abundance of walks and rides through the stunning countryside and the nearby Royal Forest of Dean. Monmouthshire and Chepstow are also well located with the M48/M4 providing rapid access to nearby Bristol as well as good road access to London along with regular high speed rail services to the capital. International airports are to be found at Bristol and Cardiff. Th village of Mathern itself has historic origins. lying approximately three miles south west of Chepstow and close to the Severn Estuary. The village is designated a conservation area and benefits from a local pub and well attended church.