Sunnyview, Argoed, Blackwood, NP12


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  • Bedrooms: 3

Located in an idyllic rural setting, this detached converted stone barn enjoys far reaching countryside views and enjoys gardens of around an acre and a paddock of around 2 acres in size. Within the grounds there's also a two storey double garage and a two stable block with feed room.


In an idyllic rural setting this detached converted stone barn enjoys far reaching countryside views and enjoys gardens of around an acre and a paddock of around 2 acres in size. Beautifully presented throughout. Only a few minutes' drive from the town centre and the dual carriageways for commuting to Newport or Cardiff. The barn has been sympathetically restored and converted to project a lot of character with the flagstone floors, exposed stonework and exposed Oak beams and trusses.

The property also benefits ecologically from the installation of an air source heat pump for the under-floor heating and for hot water. The ground floor accommodation briefly comprises a cosy sitting room with a large stone fireplace and a wood burning stove, a spacious living room with views across the gardens, a separate dining room, a bespoke fitted kitchen painted in Farrow & Ball with a centre island and a large multi oven range cooker, a utility area and a shower room/wc. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a separate shower.

The 3 acres of grounds are made up of formal gardens, paved sun terraces and an adjacent paddock (approx. 2 acres). Within the grounds is a two storey double garage with an internal staircase and which offers the chance to have an office or studio on the first floor. Behind the garage is the stable block with two full size stables and a feed room.

*** Viewing Highly Recommended! Being sold with No onward Chain. ***

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Sunnyview is situated in a rural setting on the outskirts of Blackwood town and is within commuting distance of Cardiff, Caerphilly and Newport. Blackwood has a thriving shopping centre and offers schools at all levels as well as numerous recreational facilities. The Brecon Beacons National Park is within easy driving distance as is the M4 motorway which can be reached via Caerphilly or Newport.

Sitting Room 20' 2" max x 11' 9" ( 6.15m max x 3.58m )

A cosy room for the Wintertime with exposed Oak beams and a large stone built fireplace and chimney breast being the focal point of the room. The fireplace has a large wooden inset mantle and a stone hearth which houses the cast iron log burning stove with oak lintel above. Staircase to the first floor landing, with a storage cupboard beneath. Flagstone floor with under-floor heating. Double glazed full length window and a further double glazed and multi-paned window to the front aspect. TV point, Glazed, oak double doors to:-

Living Room 18' 9" x 15' 5" ( 5.71m x 4.70m )

Another very generous reception room, which enjoys lovely views across the gardens from the twin double glazed French doors which lead out to the paved sun terrace. Again, the room is light and full of character with exposed Oak beams and trusses as well as the flagstone floor with under-floor heating. Double glazed multi-pane window to the side. TV point, Open to:-

Dining Room 15' 5" x 13' 3" ( 4.70m x 4.04m )

Another room well lit with natural light from the double glazed French doors, which lead to the rear sun terrace and gardens, and the double glazed multi-paned window with views across the countryside to the side. Exposed Oak beams and trusses to the ceilings and walls as well as a feature full height stone wall at one end. Flagstone floor with under-floor heating. Open to:-

Kitchen Diner 21' 1" max x 11' 9" ( 6.43m max x 3.58m )

Open from the dining room and entered from the front via a stable gate door, the spacious kitchen/diner has been fitted with a comprehensive range of bespoke base units painted in Farrow & Ball's lamproom grey & stiffley blue, incorporating solid oak work surfaces with ceramic tiled splash areas and an inset 'Belfast' sink with faucet mixer tap. There are additional matching storage cupboards at one end, with space for an American style fridge/freezer. There is also a matching centre island with extra storage and built-in wine racks. Rangemaster double oven range with a six burner gas hob with a canopy style extractor over. Built-in dishwasher. Exposed Oak beams and the flagstone floor with under-floor heating. Double glazed multi-paned windows to both the front and rear gardens. Glazed doors to the sitting room and the utility area.

Rear Lobby & Utility Area

A stable-gate door leads out to the rear garden. Large, built-in storage cupboard which has plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble drier and houses the pressurised 210 litre hot water cylinder. Flagstone floor with under-floor heating. High level roof light window. Door to:-

Shower Room

A modern white suite comprises a close coupled wc, a pedestal wash hand basin and a corner shower enclosure with a thermostatic shower. extractor fan, ceramic tiling to half height. Heated flagstone floor. High level roof light window.

First Floor Landing

A long landing area with exposed Oak beams and trusses, and with natural light from the two high level roof light windows. The landing is carpeted and has under-floor heating.

Bedroom 1 11' 9" x 9' 10" ( 3.58m x 3.00m )

The main double bedroom has double glazed windows with stone sills to both the side and front aspects, part vaulted ceiling with exposed Oak beams and trusses. Carpeted flooring with under-floor heating, painted in Farrow & Ball's Pidgeon, built in shelved cupboard.

Bedroom 2 12' 4" x 9' 10" ( 3.76m x 3.00m )

Another good size double bedroom, with a double glazed window with stone sill to the front elevation, part vaulted ceiling with exposed Oak beams and trusses. Carpeted floor with under-floor heating, handmade wardrobe with cupboard concealing the pumping system.

Bedroom 3 10' 7" x 8' 3" ( 3.23m x 2.51m )

A double size bedroom, with a double glazed window with stone sill to the front elevation, part vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams and trusses and built-in owl box, Carpeted floor with under-floor heating.


Fitted with a modern white suite comprising a panelled bath, close coupled wc, a pedestal wash hand basin and a corner shower enclosure fitted with a thermostatic 'rainfall' shower. Ceramic tiling to the walls and floor. Heated chrome towel rail. Exposed Oak beams and trusses. Electric shaver point. High level roof light window and a thin, double glazed slit window to the front.


The grounds cover approximately 3 acres (STM) and are made up of gardens and a paddock. The barn is approached from the road via a brick paved communal courtyard which can accommodate numerous vehicles and allows access to the gravelled driveway and the double garage at the side of the barn. Immediately in front of the barn is a small walled garden, laid manly to lawn and planted with various shrubs. The large rear garden is again mainly to lawn and planted with varieties of shrubs and trees. The paved sun terrace is an ideal place for al-fresco dining or for just enjoying the far reaching views across the countryside.

From the formal garden there are two separate gates to the paddock which has well defined hedge and fence boundaries and measures approximately 2 acres in size.

Double Garage 23' 7" x 19' 5" ( 7.19m x 5.92m )

The double garage is very generous in size and is accessed via twin double doors from the driveway. The garage is of two storey construction and has an internal staircase which leads up to a large room with glazed double doors at the far end, and would make an ideal office or studio. The garage has power and lighting, and on the ground floor there is a further window and pedestrian access door.

Stable Block

Located behind the double garage, the stable block is made up of two full size stables and a feed room. Stable One is approximately 11'11 x 11'10 and Stable Two is approximately 11'10 x 11'8. Both stables have lighting, openings for windows and stable gate doors. Across the front of the stables is a covered porch which also gives access to the feed room.


The property benefits from mains electricity and mains water. The range cooker is powered by Calor gas. The underfloor heating is by way of an air source heat pump and the drainage is handled by it's own treatment plant.

1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.

2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.

3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.

4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.


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Peter Alan - Blackwood

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