Former station house in Lower Machen, bursting with character and charm. Generous accommodation throughout including an annex and double garage.
Architecturally imposing and beautifully presented Old Station House is , of course, a former station house dating around 1830, in an idyllic countryside setting, nestling in the award winning conservation village of Lower Machen.
Approached via a pillared, gated private entrance, with a sweeping gravelled driveway leading up to the house.
It is a most appealing and individual property, situated in a private location, which retains a wealth of character features including beamed ceilings, solid oak floors and welcoming open fireplaces. Comprehensively refurbished throughout, the house offers well-proportioned and beautifully appointed family accommodation of considerable quality.
The accommodation is spacious, with quality fittings throughout including a generous annex, ideal for multi-generational living, or as letting accommodation.
The property enjoys delightful views to rolling countryside.
Outside, the long gravel driveway with lighting, leads onto a front forecourt area, stone walls to side with mature screening, continuing onto the front patio area. Wide and long gravel driveway leading to the garage.
To the side of the property there is an additional patio area with quarry tiled path and pond with stone surround, bordered by shaped conifers and enjoying a countryside setting. Close-by is a feature pergola with timber decking, overlooking the neighbouring land. The character continues with a well to side with circular stone surround and slate covering, providing self sufficient water supply to the property.
A quality, period home in the hamlet of Lower Machen with original features throughout.James Thomas