Occupying a delightful location with far reaching views across Monmouthshire and the Severn Estuary, this beautiful property has undergone a remarkable transformation to provide charming and characterful accommodation with modern amenities, located close to the popular village of Devauden, as well as the historic towns of Chepstow and Monmouthshire.
Upon entering the property, your eye is drawn to the striking entrance door with bespoke fanlight design. The hallway is spacious with a galleried landing overlooking, along with hardwood flooring, leading through to the spacious drawing room, a splendid reception area with extensive views to the south via generous windows and French doors, along with a charming inglenook fireplace housing wood burning stove. An impressive arched double door leads through to the attractive orangery with stylish floor tiles, large roof lantern and windows overlooking the landscaped gardens.
A feature stone wall, part of the original cottage, retains it's original window openings and doorway leading through to the charming dining room with fireplace and wood burning stove. The kitchen is open plan to the orangery and superbly appointed with a range of solid wood hand painted units supplied by Quails of Usk, with granite work surfacing along with Travertine flooring, three oven electric Aga and useful study area overlooking the orangery. Leading off the kitchen there is the boiler room along with a lobby area with ground floor cloakroom , WC and useful utility room.
From the orangery, a lobby with doors to the garden leads through to the owner's wing. On the ground floor offering a pretty sitting room with fireplace and wood burning stove, with triple aspect windows and bi-fold doors to the sun terrace. A stairway leads up to the private owner's bedroom with high level ceiling with exposed roof beams, triple aspect windows along with attractive balcony with bi-fold doors. The adjoining en-suite bathroom is superbly appointed with free standing bath, large shower area, low level WC and wash hand basin, all complimented with bespoke cabinetry units
The guest wing is approached by the main entrance hall with galleried landing, giving access to the guest bedrooms. The first is a good double room with exposed roof beams and it's own en-suite shower room. The further two bedrooms both being of good proportions and serviced from the principal family bathroom.
The grounds are approximately 1.5 acres and extensively landscaped with a superb variety of trees and shrubs with large paved sun terraces with flower borders, along with mature natural pond, all enjoying extensive far reaching southerly views across Monmouthshire and the Severn Estuary.
Finally, a well appointed garage block with two garages along with tractor garage and a self contained apartment above.
South East Monmouthshire is well known for its recreational opportunities, the medieval town of Chepstow including it's historic castle and renown racecourse with major golf courses at the Celtic Manor and the nearby St Pierre. The area is also renown for walks and rides through the stunning countryside and nearby Forest of Dean. Monmouth and Chepstow are also well located with the M48 and M4 providing rapid access to nearby Bristol as well as good road access to London along with regular high speed rail services to the capital. International airports are to be found at Bristol and Cardiff.