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SSTC Wayside Cottage
Region: Wye Valley
Asking price: £379950.00
Delightful 4 bed Character Cottage in the village of Sr Arvans in the Wye Valley, a designated area of "Outstanding Natural Beauty"
• Four double bedrooms
• Large modern kitchen/breakfast room
• Traditional sitting room with open fireplace
• 2nd reception room/dining room
• Downstairs WC/shower room
• Very well presented and maintained
• Good sized garden with far reaching views
• Parking for several vehicles
• Close to major road networks
Wayside Cottage is a great example of a character cottage which has been sympathetically renovated to retain original features. The property is located in the popular and sought after village of St Arvans, just outside Chepstow.
The property offers a large modern kitchen/breakfast room, leading to the inner lobby and into the two reception rooms. The first reception room is in true cottage style, offering beams and an open fireplace and a lovely bay window to the front. The second reception/dining room is a modern addition offering a more contemporary feel. The sunny dining area has access via patio doors to the sun patio and gardens beyond. Upstairs are four good sized bedrooms and the large family bathroom. All rooms are light, spacious and airy.
Outside there a well designed patio area which then steps up to the large lawned garden. The garden has been terraced and includes established flower borders. A good sized outside workshop offers potential office space or further storage, together with another area of seating.
The property has gated, off road, parking for several vehicles.
IN SUMMARY (Agent's Opinion) This is a great example of a sympathetically renovated Country Cottage with Character in a sought after village location. The interior of the cottage is delightful and offers a very large kitchen/diner with views of the lovely gardens. The original sitting room is warm and inviting and benefits from having an attractive tiled fireplace and hearth, ideal for snuggling up on cosy winter evenings. The second reception room has a more contemporary feel and offers a dining area also, which is in a great position leading to the sun terrace.
The layout works very well and this is a house which could immediately become a home. Viewing is highly recommended!
Entered via a half glazed external door to a small porch.
SITTING ROOM 17' x 14'11 (max)• Wall Lighting • Bay window to front aspect • Tiled feature fireplace with mantle and hearth • Oak flooring• Understairs storage cupboard• Staircase to first floorSECOND RECEPTION/DINING ROOM 20'8 x 11'3 (narrowing to 9'11 in dining area)• Central lighting • Window to rear aspect • Patio door to side aspect and garden• Stone flooring
KITCHEN/DINER 22'9 x 11'1• Central inset spot lighting• Windows to front, side and rear aspects • Double Range Cooker • Range of shaker style wall and floor units and shelving• 1.5 granite effect sink with tiled splashback• Tiled flooring
GROUND FLOOR WC/SHOWER ROOM 6' 8 x 5' • Central lighting • Glazed window to rear aspect• Suite consisting of: low level WC• Vanity unit wash hand basin• Curved shower cubicle• Tiled flooring
CENTRAL STAIRCASE LEADING FROM SITTING ROOM TO :
LANDING • Central Lighting • Window to side aspect• Loft hatch• Carpet flooring
MASTER BEDROOM (ONE ) 15'6 (max) x 11'4 • Central lighting• Windows to front aspect• Fitted Wardrobes • Pine board flooring
BEDROOM TWO 13'1 x 11'• Central lighting • Windows to rear and side aspects• Sky light• Carpet flooring
BEDROOM THREE 11'9 x 9' 4• Central Lighting • Windows to rear and side aspects• Sky light• Fitted wardrobes• Pine board flooring
BEDROOM FOUR 10'9 x 9'2• Central Lighting • Window to front aspect• Sky light• Carpet flooring
FAMILY BATHROOM 9'5 x 6' 9• Inset spot lighting • Window to rear aspect• Suite consisting of :• Low Level WC • Contemporary panelled bath with shower over• Extending glazed shower panel• Vanity wash hand basin with mirror over• Tiled flooring
OUTSIDE see initial description
WORKSHOP/OFFICE • Lighting • Power
SERVICES (Vendor’s verbal confirmation only)
Council Tax Band: F
Oil Central Heating
Mains Water and Drainage
DIRECTIONS From Chepstow take the A466 towards Tintern. Drive past the racecourse and into St Arvans. As you enter St Arvans take the left turning into Devauden Road. Drive up this road for approximately half a mile where the property can be located on the right hand side.
FOR SAT NAV USERS THE POST CODE IS NP16 6EY
ST ARVANS is a popular and sought after village in Monmouthshire. Located approximately 1.5 miles north of Chepstow and located on the entrance to the beautiful Wye Valley, a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. St Arvans benefits from its own village shop and inn/restaurant. There is a village church and a Memorial Hall and Meeting Rooms. One of 3 nurseries run by the private St Johns on the Hill School is based in the village. There are nearby schools in Llandogo (primary) and Chepstow (Dell Junior/Infant and Chepstow Comprehensive). There are good transport links with a regular bus service between Chepstow and Monmouth. Children attending the Dell School in Chepstow have a school bus from the village and the residents in St Arvans can make use of the Grass Routes Community Bus Service organised by Monmouthshire County Council. The nearest railway station is at Chepstow which is on the Newport to Gloucester line.
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.
MOTORWAYS The M4/M50/M5 are all reasonably close giving good access to major cities i.e. Birmingham, Bristol, Newport, Cardiff, Bath, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Hereford all within approx 1.5 hours drive away.RAIL NETWORKS Available at Chepstow, Hereford, Abergavenny or Newport
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.
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