A truly amazing, substantial family home “Ty Webb” forms part of the former “Oakdale Village Hospital” and is now grade 2 Listed.
The Tredegar Iron and coal company opened Oakdale Colliery in 1907 and a revolutionary new model village with varied amenities with a high standard of living was built to house the workers. The manager at the time was A S Tallis and the architect A F Webb was his brother in law.
The architect A F Webb designed the hospital which opened in 1914 to care for the mines and it’s families.
The hospital closed in 2011 when it was sold to private owners and converted into two substantial homes.
“Ty Webb” boasts superb family accommodation briefly comprising to the ground floor, entrance hallway, a recently refurbished kitchen/family room with “glass dome” roof and modern units and appliances, utility room with wet room, a 28ft drawing room with large “Feature” bay window and a multi fuel burner. The superb central hallway boasts a “Bespoke” Bullnose oak stair case leading to the galleried landing which gives access to the four bedrooms (The master benefits from a walk in wardrobe and a en suite shower room ) a separate family shower room.
To the first floor are two further double bedrooms (One of which has a large walk in wardrobe) and family bathroom.
“Ty Webb” is a very versatile family home which could be suitable for the extended/large family, with such a large drawing room and kitchen/family room making this an ideal sociable/entertaining home.
There are large gardens to the both front and rear with a private decked patio which enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding valley/countryside.
J W Homes strongly advise an internal viewing of this property to fully appreciate its unique qualities and history.