4 bedroom detached house for salePound Cottage, Pound Lane, Caldicot
* EXCELLENT SIZE GARDENS
* DRIVEWAY PROVIDING OFF-ROAD PARKING LEADING TO DETACHED GARAGE WITH OFFICE SPACE
* FOUR BEDROOMS, MAIN WITH EN-SUITE FACILITIES
* BATHROOM WITH 4-PIECE SUITE
* SUPERB AMDEGA BUILT CONSERVATORY
* REFITTED KITCHEN WITH DINING AREA
* SITTING ROOM WITH WOOD BURNING STOVE
* IDYLLIC VILLAGE SETTING OVERLOOKING ROMAN RUINS AND COUNTRYSIDE BEYOND
* VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
This superb detached cottage set in the village of Caerwent and overlooking the Roman ruins and open countryside must be viewed to be fully appreciated. The property principally comprises of Reception Porch, refitted Kitchen with Dining Area, Utility, Cloakroom, Sitting Room and superb Amdega built Conservatory to the ground floor and to the first floor there are three Bedrooms and Bathroom appointed with a 4-piece suite, with stairs leading to an attic conversion which provides Main Bedroom with En-suite. The property itself is set within beautifully presented gardens being principally devoted to large lawned area with vegetable plot, driveway providing off-road parking and turning leading to detached garage with office space.
The property has been renovated and extended in recent years and overlooks Roman ruins to the rear elevation and countryside beyond. There is a handmade staircase, hardwood double glazed windows with wooden sills and deep wooden skirting boards and handmade Spanish terracotta flooring with under floor heating to the Amdega built Conservatory.
The village of Caerwent boasts a wealth of Roman history and provides local amenities with good access to the A48 which provides links to the Severn Bridge at Chepstow/M4 motorway network and Coldra roundabout on the outskirts of Newport. A short distance drive from the property is Dewstow Golf Club with its 18 hole golf course and Chepstow Racecourse along with St Pierre Golf & Country Club. Internal viewing of the property is highly recommended.
These particulars are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed and do not constitute an offer or contract.
The accommodation with approximate room sizes is described in more detail as follows:
Front entrance door into Reception Porch, Two frosted windows, tiling to floor and internal door through to Kitchen.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM 223 x 1211 (6.78m x 3.94m)
223 x 1211 (6.78m x 3.94m) being an overall measurement.
An open plan Kitchen with the Dining area and Sitting Room. The Kitchen has been fully refitted with base units, drawers and central island with open corner shelving and wine rack, double Belfast sink part tiling to walls, built-in Neff dishwasher and beech wood surfaces. Fitted book storage and beautiful hand carved staircase giving access to the first floor Landing. Double glazed window overlooking the Roman ruins and countryside beyond towards Wentwood, Rangemaster Elan range to remain with double oven and six ring gas hob. Double glazed window overlooking the garden, door giving access to the Utility Room and further double doors giving access to the stunning Amdega built Conservatory.
SITTING ROOM 1210 x 106 (3.91m x 3.20m)
With pitch pine flooring, stone fireplace housing multi-fuel stove, double glazed window overlooking the beautiful gardens and radiator.
UTILITY ROOM 710 x 75 (2.39m x 2.26m)
With a continuation of tiling to floor from the Kitchen, door to rear elevation, single panelled radiator, Belfast sink with tiled work surfaces, plumbing for automatic washing machine, double glazed window to rear elevation with views and door to ground floor Cloakroom.
Fitted with low level w.c., frosted double glazed window, tiling to floor, hanging rail for coat storage and wall mounted gas boiler.
CONSERVATORY 1710 x 139 (5.44m x 4.19m)
A superb Amdega Conservatory providing wonderful reception space with beautiful hand made Spanish terracotta flooring with under floor heating provided by hot water through floor pipes, wall light points and double doors giving access to the garden. The Conservatory gives a full aspect of the delightful gardens and Roman ruins with countryside beyond.
With radiator, access to airing cupboard, further storage cupboard, doors to Bedrooms 2, 3, 4 and Bathroom and further door giving access to inner Landing with staircase to Main Bedroom.
BEDROOM 2 155 x 86 (4.70m x 2.59m)
Double glazed window with superb countryside views and double panelled radiator.
BEDROOM 3 136 x 710 (4.12m x 2.39m)
Double glazed window overlooking the delightful gardens, laminate floor and radiator.
BEDROOM 4 105 x 96 (3.18m x 2.90m)
Double glazed window overlooking the gardens, single panelled radiator and laminate floor.
Beautifully fitted with a 4-piece suite in white comprising low level w.c., pedestal wash-hand basin, claw footed bath with central shower attachment and corner shower cubicle. Part tiled walls (the shower cubicle is fully tiled), pitch pine wooden flooring, double glazed frosted window and stainless steel towel rail/radiator.
With double glazed window overlooking the garden and staircase giving access to Main Bedroom.
MAIN BEDROOM 166 (max) x 108 (5.03m x 3.25m)
A delightful room with handmade crafted wooden doors giving access to useful eaves storage, three Velux windows with views, double panelled radiator and door to En-suite.
Fitted with a 3-piece suite in white comprising low level w.c., pedestal wash-hand basin and double width shower cubicle, eaves storage, pitch pine wooden flooring, Velux window with countryside views, towel rail/radiator and built-in towel storage.
This beautifully presented property must be viewed to be fully appreciated, its idyllic setting captures views from the rear elevation across the Roman ruins towards the hills of Wentwood across open countryside.
To the front elevation the superbly presented gardens are bounded by stone walls integrated with trellising. These gardens also consist of chipped slate feature and patio and there is an additional walled lawned garden to the side elevation. As previously mentioned the gardens are principally devoted to neatly laid lawned areas with borders planted with a variety of shrubs and flowers, a vegetable plot bounded by trellising and this garden is given a good degree of privacy by natural shrubbery and trees.
Double gates to the rear of the property give access to a large stone chipped parking area leading to a detached garage.
VIEW TO REAR ELEVATION
This large detached garage with plumbing, electric lights and windows has a staircase leading to a very useful boarded area ideal for storage or childrens den. Located to the rear of the garage is a useful room currently utilized as an office having electric light, power and telephone line.
It should be noted that the garden to the property is listed as a scheduled monument as the property is located within an area renowned for its Roman history. The schedule is shorthand for the process through which nationally important sites and monuments are given protection by being placed on a list and is implied to sites of national importance.
TENURE - FREEHOLD
You are recommended to have this verified by your legal advisers at your earliest convenience.
Proceed from Moon & Co in Caldicot along Church Road without deviation through the Crest/Redrow development and continue to follow this road for a couple of miles into the historic village of Caerwent. At the crossroads turn left and proceed up the hill turning right to the side of the monument and continue for a short distance along Pound Lane where Pound Cottage is located on the left hand side.
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