Well Cottage comprises a charming period cottage located in the ever popular village of Mynyddbach which along with the adjoining village of Shirenewton enjoy a good range of local facilities to include well respected primary school. The historic town of Chepstow is approximately three miles distance with the M48 motorway bringing Cardiff and Bristol within commuting distance. The charming accommodation is well appointed throughout with modern amenities but retains character and period features. The gardens are a particularly noteworthy feature being delightfully landscaped and enjoying spectacular far reaching views.
5.49m x 3.05m (18' x 10')
With exposed beams. Two windows to front elevation. Stairs off. Exposed stonework to wall with inset chimney breast and wood burning stove.
4.80m x 4.09m (15'9 x 13'5 )
With exposed stone chimney breast. Delightful far reaching views to the rear with window to front elevation.
5.41m x 4.78m (17'9 x 15'8)
Appointed with an extensive range of base and eye level storage units with ample rolled edge work surfacing over. Inset twin belfast sink. Integrated dishwasher. Tiled splashbacks. With quarry tiled flooring. Dual aspect windows with far reaching views along with French doors to rear sun terrace. Exposed ceiling beams.
With half glazed door to rear. Quarry tiled flooring.
With low level wc and wash hand basin.
With single drainer sink unit. Space for washing machine. Window to side.
A spacious, well lit. landing with window to front elevation. Airing cupboard with gas fired central heating boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating. Bench seating with storage.
4.17m x 3.58m (13'8 x 11'9)
With window to front elevation. Window to rear elevation with extensive views.
Well appointed with a contemporary four piece suite comprising panelled bath, step-in shower cubicle, low level wc and attractive vanity wash stand with basin. Window to rear elevation.
The property has two driveway areas, one leading to the open carport along with useful storage workshop.
To the front is a pretty courtyard garden with pedestrian access to the main entrance door. The majority of the gardens are to the rear and side of the cottage, attractively terraced, taking in the extensive rural views towards Itton Church and beyond. Immediately to the rear of the house is a gravelled sun terrace with delightful views with lower lawned area with natural stream and pond. Extensive level lawned areas along with greenhouse and vegetable area.
The lower part of the garden is devoted to a wildlife area with mature trees and shrubs.