Moravian Manse comprises of a Grade II listed period house, constructed alongside and adjoining the Moravian Chapel in the beautiful and unspoilt village of Brockweir, enjoying a pretty location within this designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The property is located in the heart of this charming village within its own large private gardens but please note there is no parking, and it is pedestrian access only to the property. As aforementioned the property does require extensive renovation and improvements but houses of this nature are becoming increasingly difficult to find and it offers an excellent opportunity to create a stylish and comfortable family property. The village of Brockweir is ideally located within the world-famous Wye Valley midway between the historic towns of Chepstow and Monmouth and beautiful local countryside.
9.14m x 2.21m maximum (30' x 7'3" maximum)
With tiled flooring. Stairs to first floor.
5.87m x 3.81m (19'3" x 12'6")
A delightful room with a particularly attractive triple bay window with Wye Valley views along with window to front elevation and fireplace.
4.14m x 3.73m (13'7" x 12'3")
With windows to front and side elevations. Extensive range of storage units.
Giving access to the rear porch with oil central heating boiler.
3.99m x 3.48m (13'1" x 11'5")
With French doors to rear garden, again with riverside views. There is also a useful storage area leading off this room.
Leading to a generously proportioned landing.
4.67m x 2.95m (15'4" x 9'8")
With windows to rear elevation, again with riverside views.
Appointed with a four-piece suite comprising panelled bath, step in shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin. Window to side elevation.
The Manse stands in good sized gardens both to the front and rear, the front garden being laid extensively to lawn and of generous proportions with mature hedging. To the rear a pretty enclosed lawned garden adjoining the river Wye.
When viewing please park with consideration to other villagers.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.