THIS former school house may have been transformed into a home, but it still has plenty of character.

The four-bedroom property is based in Nantyderry in Monmouthshire and is being marketed by Archer & Co, Usk, with the listing featured on Rightmove.

School House is a Grade II-listed building which is accessed via a covered stone porchway which leads to a “light and airy” hallway which includes a cloakroom, plus stairs to the first floor.

Free Press Series: The property has fine countryside views

Glazed double doors lead to the “generous” living room which was originally the classroom and still boasts much of its original “character and charm”.

Free Press Series: Glazed double doors to the living room

The living room has a “beautiful” vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and floorboards adding some charm to the property.

Free Press Series: The living room includes a log burner

A fireplace in the living room houses a “large” wood burner to add some cosiness in the colder months, while a balcony on the first floor appears to overlook this reception room.

Free Press Series: Balcony overlooks the living room

An eastern wing leads to two additional reception rooms: a snug/study and a dining room. Both rooms boast feature stone fireplaces and tiled flooring.

Free Press Series: One of various fireplaces

The dining room gives direct access to the “generously proportioned” kitchen at School House.

Free Press Series: Dining room leads to kitchen

The kitchen has numerous wall and base units, and two doors giving access to the garden at one side as well as to the rear courtyard.

Free Press Series: Range of kitchen units

In a kitchen corner are the original stone steps which lead to the largest first floor bedroom – one of three on this level, with a fourth bedroom (including en-suite facilities) also based on the ground floor.

Free Press Series: The kitchen includes original stone stairs

All four of the bedrooms are double, and the main bathroom of the property can be found on the first floor of this two-storey property.

Free Press Series: Bathroom

Free Press Series: Vaulted ceiling on the first floor

School House in Nantderry is set in approximately one quarter of an acre, with the garden laid mainly to lawn with hedged borders.

Free Press Series: The garden is largely lawn

The previously mentioned rear courtyard is enclosed and would have originally been the school playground. Along with offering “fine countryside views” the property includes a gated gravel driveway with off road parking for multiple vehicles.

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