The Oaks comprises a charming, principally stone built cottage which has undergone extensive renovation and improvement within recent years, to provide the comfortable accommodation now offered. The property benefits from such contemporary features as underfloor heating to the ground floor, an impressive large kitchen with island unit and family area with bi-fold doors opening on to the sun terrace, a separate living room and attractive orangery/dining room, yet still retaining a wealth of character and charm. It stands within its own attractive grounds approaching 1 acre.
This part of Itton is a delightful location, nestling between the villages of Itton and Shirenewton with far reaching south-westerly views across unspoilt rural countryside, yet being within an easy reach of Chepstow with its attendant range of facilities and the M4 motorway junction. Viewing is highly recommended.
The property is approached via entrance gates which have power and lighting.
4.09m” x 3.96m (13'5” x 13')
With wood flooring. Under stairs storage. Door to front elevation and French doors to orangery. Stairs off: -
6.20m x 4.09m (20'4" x 13'5")
A delightful reception room with two windows to front elevation and with French doors to the sun terrace. Attractive feature fireplace housing wood burner stove. Wood flooring.
7.85m x 3.71m (25'9" x 12'2")
A spacious and well appointed kitchen with an extensive range of base and eye level storage units along with a large central island providing dining space. Range cooker and American style fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher (all to remain). Hardwood worksurfaces with inset enamel sink unit. Travertine flooring. Bi-fold doors lead out to the garden with French doors to the orangery/dining room.
A useful utility room with plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Window to front elevation. Tiled flooring. Door to side.
Of oak frame construction with windows overlooking the garden and velux roof light. French doors to garden. Wood flooring. Wood burning stove.
4.34m x 3.71m (14'3" x 12'2")
A most impressive principal bedroom with full height ceiling and exposed beams. Window to side elevation, velux roof light and Juliet door overlooking the gardens and surrounding countryside.
Appointed with a four piece suite in white comprising of panelled bath, step-in shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail. Window to rear.
With twin wash hand basins, panelled free standing bath, step-in shower cubicle and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Window to front elevation.
Leading off the main landing is a stairway to a large attic area which covers the first floor of the property, offering potential for additional storage or accommodation, subject to necessary planning consent and building regulations approval.
An oak framed double garage with power and light. Ample parking to the front.
As aforementioned, the property stands in approximately 1 acre of gardens, approached via its own private driveway leading through the garden up to the main property with adjacent double garage. The gardens are principally laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees, shrubs and flowering plants and has a stream running through it. There is a large sun terrace to the South, accessed from both the kitchen and orangery, with commanding views of the surrounding countryside. Steps lead down to the swimming pool which, albeit needing renovation, could easily be restored to its former glory. There are also numerous outbuildings including the original stable/carriage house which is now being used for storage and the original pigsty which is now being utilised as a wood store. There is also a summerhouse, pool house and shed, all of which have power and lighting.