A FORMER GP surgery in a Gwent town is up for sale – and it could be yours.

At first glance, the property for sale on Marypole Street, Usk, is fairly unremarkable.

Certainly, it offers a reasonable amount of single storey floor space, and a sizeable loft which has all manner of potential.

Outside, there is no garden as you might expect with a regular property – but instead a tarmac forecourt which would make off-road parking a delight for any would-be owners.

If that might seem a little strange, the use of the building for the last 30 years gives the game away somewhat.

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For the last 30 years, Monmouth House served as a GP surgery for residents of Usk, Monmouth and Raglan.

It also goes a long way to explain the interior layout of the building too, with consultation rooms, a treatment room, reception rooms, and a former dispensary.

But, while the rooms are configured in this way, there is potential to radically change the interior layout and design.

The property has been brought to market by DJ&P Newland Rennie, with offers in excess of £500,000 being considered.

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Everything you need to know about this property

According to the selling agents, the property was purpose built as a medical facility, around 30 years ago.

But, as a family practice, it has stood empty since the retirement of the two GPs at the helm.

Free Press Series: Inside the former GP surgery (Credit: Newland Rennie)Inside the former GP surgery (Credit: Newland Rennie)

Now, on the market, it could be set for a new lease of life.

There is a current planning application associated with this site, changing its allowed use from class D1 for a medical practice, to either an alternative commercial use, or even residential.

As a result, it has a great deal of potential.

More information about these uses changes can be obtained from the selling agents.

Free Press Series: The former treatment room (Credit: DJ&P Newland Rennie)The former treatment room (Credit: DJ&P Newland Rennie)

Some features which are well worth retaining are the mature trees and hedges to the front, and the gated entryway to the west side. These offer some degree of privacy despite the town centre setting.

Brought to market by DJ&P Newland Rennie, you can find out more about this property by viewing the Rightmove listing here.

Alternatively, they can be contacted on 01291 626775.