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2 Lower St John
Region: Wye Valley
Asking price: £235000.00
Delightful 2 bedroom detached cottage set in a wonderful village location, in the heart of the Wye Valley, a designated area of "Outstanding Natural Beauty".The property offers spacious and light reception rooms and the potential to create a separate annexe
• Two double bedrooms, one exceptionally large with en-suite bathroom
• Potential to create separate annexe from main bedroom
• Traditional kitchen/dining room
• Sitting room with fireplace and views to cottage garden
• Mature cottage gardens to both front and rear
• Fabulous views of the River Wye from first floor
• Oil Central Heating System
This is a deceptively large traditional cottage set in a great position in a very popular location. The cottage has been extended to create an extra staircase leading to the main bedroom which has its own en-suite bathroom and the potential to create a totally separate annexe, with a separate kitchen/utility room below.
The main kitchen itself is traditional and cosy with French doors leading to the rear courtyard.
The sitting room is warm and inviting and benefits from having a stone fireplace and generous hearth. The patio doors in the sitting room open out to the enclosed small cottage garden which is a haven of peace and tranquillity and yet only a stone's throw from the river and the hub of the village.
IN SUMMARY (Agents opinion)
This really is a charming cottage and offers the potential to create an annexe for either an elderly parent, an older child or a possible holiday "let". It is situated in the very popular and sought after village of Brockweir which has a village Inn, a village hall and a superb shop/cafe. It also has the benefit of being close to the towns of Monmouth and Chepstow and is the next village along from Tintern, an extremely popular tourist destination and home of the famous Tintern Abbey.
ENTRANCE HALLWAY/UTILITY ROOM 19'2" (max) x 6' 6"• Central Lighting• Fitted with units for second kitchen• Laminate worktops• Freestanding electric cooker• Plumbing for washing machine/dishwasher• 1.0 stainless steel sink with tiled splashback• Window to side aspect and doubled glazed double entrance doors• Staircase leading to main bedroom• Tiled flooring • Door leading to kitchen/diner
KITCHEN/DINING AREA 17'9" x 11'4"
• Central Lighting• French doors leading to rear garden• Built under oven• Base and wall cupboards• Space for freestanding washing machine• 1.0 stainless steel sink unit • Tiled flooring • Door to sitting room
SITTING ROOM 15' 10" x 14' 4"
• Central Lighting • Wall lights• Patio doors to front cottage garden • Inglenook stone fireplace with flagstone hearth • Shelf mantle• Tiled and carpet flooring
RETURN STAIRCASE LEADING FROM KITCHEN TO LANDING • Central Lighting • Airing /Storage Cupboard with insulated cylinder and shelving• Carpet flooring• Doors leading to Bedrooms and Bathroom
MASTER BEDROOM (ONE ) 17'4" x 15'5" (narrowing to 11' 3")
• Central Lighting • Window to side aspect• Fitted Wardrobe • Storage cupboard• Flooring- Carpet• Loft access
ENSUITE • Central Lighting• Window to front aspect• Suite consisting of :• Low Level WC • Pedestal Wash hand basin • Vanity Unit with mirror • Shaving point• Panelled bath• Hand shower attachment
BEDROOM TWO 13'3" x 8' 7"
• Central Lighting • Window to front aspect• Carpet flooring
FAMILY BATHROOM 9'11" x 5' 11"
• Central Lighting • Suite consisting of ;• Low Level WC • Contemporary Corner Bath• Electric shower over bath• Pedestal wash hand basin • Tiled walls• Extractor Fan• Linoleum flooring•
OUTSIDE see also initial description
Enclosed front cottage garden with seating area to one side and pathway to front entrance. Water feature and mature cottage garden shrubs. PVC oil tank concealed by a wisteria. Side pathway leading to rear courtyard.
There is no parking within the curtilage of the property. However there is ample parking in the village or along the river bank.
SERVICES (Vendor’s verbal confirmation only)
Council Tax Band: C
Sewerage (shared - responsibility of the water authority)
Central Heating: Oil
From Chepstow take the A466 Wye Valley Road through Tintern. After leaving Tintern take the right hand turning signposted "Brockweir" and continue over the Brockweir Bridge. Parking in the village is likely to be initially the easiest option, opposite the Brockweir Inn. Continue along "Underhill" (opposite the Inn) until you reach a house named Wyvern on the left. Turn left down the footpath and pass Abbey House which leads to Abbey Cottage on the right hand side.
FOR SAT NAV USERS THE POSTCODE IS NP16 7NQ
BROCKWEIR is a small village on the eastern bank of the River Wye, within the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. The Brockweir bridge links it across the river to Monmouthshire, about a mile outside Tintern and 7.5 miles north of Chepstow. The village is close to both the Offa's Dyke Path and the Wye Valley Walk. Brockweir has a village Inn, the Mackenzie Village Hall and the Brockweir and Hewelsfield Village Shop/cafe. This was established as a non-profit making community enterprise, staffed by volunteers from the local community. The shop was opened by the Prince of Wales in 2004, which he described as "a triumph of community spirit". This spirit has continued to thrive and has just celebrated 10 years of success.
TINTERN is a particularly scenic village curving around the beautiful River Wye with a backdrop of wooded hillsides. This village made even more spectacular by the historic riverside Abbey Ruins and the old Abbey buildings including the Abbey Mill. This Mill now converted into a gift shops and tea rooms. There are a small number of Hotels offering both accommodation and restaurant facilities. There is a doctors surgery as well as several Local Inns. 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 benefit for motorists using the M48 and M4 who otherwise would need to drive to Gloucester to cross.
MONMOUTH itself 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.
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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