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Region: Wye Valley
Asking price: £435000.00
Detached Character Cottage set in approx 1 acre of landscaped gardens situated in the sleepy hamlet of Botany Bay
• Three bedrooms (one en-suite)
• Sitting room with feature fireplace
• Second sitting/reception room
• Dining room/potential 4th bedroom
• Beautifully landscaped garden
• Parking for several vehicles and turning space
• Separate workshop
• Close to both Chepstow and Monmouth and all major road networks
Honeysuckle Cottage is a delightful 19th Century detached cottage, full of character and charm, set in grounds of approx one acre.
The cottage has 3 bedrooms, the master having a large en-suite bathroom. As well as a characterful sitting room with exposed beams and stonework on the ground floor, the upper floor has a 2nd reception/sitting room with fabulous views over the garden, thus providing ample family accommodation or potential for dual family living.
On the ground floor is the traditional sitting room, kitchen, dining room (which could easily become a fourth bedroom), study and conservatory.
The gardens are the truly outstanding feature, having been painstakingly created and cared for by the owner over many years. The main focal point of the garden is the pond which attracts much wildlife and which is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs.
The driveway has a double gated entrance with a driveway leading to a large patio area with adjacent parking for several vehicles, beside a large workshop.
IN SUMMARY (Agent's Opinion) Honeysuckle Cottage is as lovely as the name suggests and has a great cottage feel as well as being larger than expected, with the addition of further rooms over the years and a large family conservatory. The gardens are a joy, having been lovingly cared for by the present owner for many years; a real haven for wildlife and would keep the keen gardener happy for many hours. If you are seeking the "country life" then this really is for you.
Viewing is highly recommended!
PORCH • Partially glazed entrance door with windows to either side• leading to :
SITTING ROOM 18'4 x 11'3 • Wall lighting • Windows to front aspect• Feature inglenook fireplace with stone surround• Fitted with multi fuel woodburner• Oak beam Mantle• Flagstone Hearth • Exposed beams• Carpet flooring• Door to
KITCHEN 9'2 x 8'10 • Central lighting • Windows to rear aspect • Exposed beams• Range of wall and base kitchen units incorporating :• Built in Oven • Spaces for : fridge and washing machine• 1.5 ceramic sink unit • Tiled flooring • leading to :
DINING ROOM/BEDROOM FOUR 14'11 x 8'5• Wall lighting • Window to side aspect • Laminate flooring• Exposed beams
STUDY 9'2 x 4'5• Window to side aspect• Laminate flooring • Central lighting • Exposed beams
CONSERVATORY 16'1 x 14'1• Central lighting with fan attached• Air conditioning unit• Glazed to all aspects • Blinds• Ceramic tiled flooring• Stable door to hallway
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM• Central lighting • Window to front aspect • Suite consisting of :• Low Level WC• Wall hanging wash hand basin• Cushioned flooring
STAIRCASE LEADING FROM HALLWAY TO
RECEPTION ROOM/2ND SITTING ROOM 13'9 x 13'4• Central lighting • Windows to both side aspects• Wood effect flooring
MASTER BEDROOM (ONE ) 15'11 x 10' 10• Central Lighting • French doors leading to Juliette balcony with views of garden• Fitted Wardrobes• Wood effect flooring
ENSUITE 7'11 x 7'4• Central lighting• Window to side aspect• Suite consisting of :• Low Level WC • Tiled Shower Cubicle • Pedestal wash hand basin • Panelled bath• Tiled flooring
BEDROOM TWO 11'3 x 10'3• Central lighting • Windows to front and rear aspects• Exposed beams• Carpet flooring
BEDROOM THREE 10'1 (max) x 7'11• Central lighting • Windows to front and side aspects• Exposed beams• Carpet flooring• Airing cupboard
FAMILY BATHROOM 9'6 x 5'5• Central lighting • Window to side aspect• Suite consisting of :• Low Level WC • Pedestal wash hand basin• Panelled bath• Ceramic tiled flooring
OUTSIDE see initial description
WORKSHOP• Lighting - Central • Power • Storage loft • Parking area to the front for several vehicles
SERVICES (Vendor’s verbal confirmation only)
Council Tax Band: H
Oil Central Heating
DIRECTIONS From Chepstow take the A466 towards Tintern. Just before the Wye Valley Hotel, turn left, signposted Catbrook. Proceed along Catbrook Road for approx 1 mile and then turn left at the signpost marked Catbrook/Botany Bay. The cottage is the first property on the right.
FOR SAT NAV USERS THE POSTCODE IS NP16 6NJ
TINTERN is a particularly scenic village curving around the beautiful River Wye with a backdrop of wooded hillsides. This village is made even more spectacular by the historic riverside Abbey Ruins and the old Abbey buildings including the Abbey Mill. This Mill is now converted into a gift shop and tea rooms. There are a small number of Hotels offering both accommodation and restaurant facilities, as well as several local Inns. There is a doctor’s surgery in the village. With little fishing boats moored on the river banks it is a truly delightful place to be.
CHEPSTOW is an historic, walled, border town on the site of an ancient port. Chepstow Castle below the town has a spectacular setting on the cliffs above the River Wye. The town has a thriving shopping centre with all amenities. On the outskirts of the town is the Racecourse which has Conference Centre facilities. The design of the river bridge spanning the Wye has been credited to Rennie but was in fact designed by Rastrick of Bridgenorth. Both the rivers Wye and the Severn meet near Chepstow and two unique bridges span the wide expanse of water at the Severn estuary - a massive benefit for motorists using the M48 and M4 who otherwise would need to drive to Gloucester to cross.
MONMOUTH is a busy, thriving town with excellent shopping facilities including four supermarkets (M&S, Waitrose and Co-Op in the centre plus Lidl on the outskirts). There is a delightful period cinema. The excellent Leisure Centre has swimming pools, gymnasium, evening classes etc. There is a wide range of eating and drinking venues from interesting coffee shops to French cuisine. In the summer a week long free Music Festival is held each year, plus a Carnival.
NB IMPORTANT ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED HAVE BEEN CARRIED OUT USING A LASER MEASURE AND CANNOT BE GUARANTEED 100% ACCURATE SO SHOULD BE CONSIDERED A GUIDE ONLY. NEITHER DO WE MEASURE LAND OR ACREAGE AND IN THIS REGARD QUOTE ONLY INFORMATION GIVEN TO US BY THE VENDORS SO ANY ACREAGE SHOULD BE VERIFIED FROM LAND REGISTRY OR SOLICITORS BEFORE PURCHASE. AS AGENTS WE DO NOT CHECK ANY MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL GOODS INCLUDED IN THE DETAILS AND CANNOT GUARANTEE THEM TO BE IN WORKING ORDER AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE.
To Book a Viewing strictly by appointment Call us on 01291 680266 or mobile 0787 2040904