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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Opposite Bridge Terrace, Michaelston-Y-Fedw, Cardiff


Property Description

Key features

  • Quiet tranquil village location. Fitted Kitchen. Garage.
  • Charming semi-detached four bedroom 300 year old cottage of character, large and lovely corner gardens.
  • Delightful far reaching views, 26 ft bay fronted lounge, separate living room, two bathrooms.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Charming four bedroom character cottage, 300 year old, occupying a large corner plot with wonderful views and located within a small tranquil hamlet village located between Bassaleg and Old St Mellons. Two bathrooms, 26 ft lounge, separate sitting room, garage.

We are delighted to market a unique distinctive semi-detached double fronted four bedroom character cottage, 300 years old and boasting a sizeable tree lined corner garden with lovely far reaching elevated country views. This substantial charming home enjoys a delightful position elevated and located within a small select tranquil hamlet village, well placed for access to both Old St Mellons and Bassaleg. The accommodation comprises a bay fronted lounge (26'1 x 16'11), a separate living room with a stone open fireplace and an original spiral stone staircase, a fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and a ground floor white shower suite. The first floor is also approached from the lounge by an open tread staircase, leading to four bedrooms and a modern white family bathroom suite. The property includes mains electricity, mains water, oil fired heating with panel radiators and cess pit private drainage. The property was a former Tied Cottage forming part of the old Tradegar Estate and benefits a garage which is located opposite (rented for £50 per year from Newport council). This lovely home would prove ideal for a small family or perfect for a retiring couple wishing to reside within a truly rural location where wonderful county walks can be enjoyed on the door step! For those buyers with equestrian requirements the village is surrounded by countryside. Must be seen. Most charming.

Entrance Hall 7' 2" x 5' 7" ( 2.18m x 1.70m )
Approached by a part panelled front entrance door, small pane upper light windows, double radiator, ceramic tiled floor.

Lounge 26' 1" x 16' 11" ( 7.95m x 5.16m )
Into a wide semi circular bay with white Georgian shaped windows to front. A large room, approached from the hall, further small pane Georgian style window with the side garden in view, three double radiators.

Living Room 12' x 10' 8" ( 3.66m x 3.25m )
Inset with an open stone fireplace, two small pane Georgian style windows to front, double radiator, exposed beamed ceiling, access to an original stone fireplace leading to bedroom one.

Kitchen 13' 1" x 10' 3" ( 3.99m x 3.12m )
Fitted along three sides with a range of oak panel fronted floor and eye level units with laminate work surfaces, sink unit with vegetable cleaner, mixer taps and drainer, integrated four ring electric hob, Hygena integrated oven and grill, integrated Hygena dishwasher, space with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, two small pane Georgian windows to side and rear, stable door to rear gardens, oil fired boiler (Gem Domestic superior 95), integrated fridge freezer, matching display cabinets with glass shelves.

Shower Room 7' 2" x 5' 11" ( 2.18m x 1.80m )
White suite with ceramic tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, wash hand basin, wc, ceramic tiled shower cubicle with a Triton shower unit, window to rear, radiator.

First Floor Landing 
Approached from the lounge by an open tread carpeted staircase, two access doors to two roof space voids, small pane Georgian style window to front.

Bedroom One 12' x 10' 7" ( 3.66m x 3.23m )
Approached from both the landing and also by an original stone spiral staircase from the living room. Double radiator, small pane Georgian style window to front.

Bedroom Two 13' 7" x 8' 5" ( 4.14m x 2.57m )
Small pane Georgian style window to side with lovely garden views, built in wardrobe, double radiator.

Bedroom Three 10' 6" x 10' 1" ( 3.20m x 3.07m )
Small pane Georgian style window to side with lovely garden views, double radiator, access doors leading to a useful eaves wardrobe space.

Box Bedroom Four 8' 3" x 6' 2" ( 2.51m x 1.88m )
Small pane Georgian style window to front with lovely garden views, box bedroom.

Family Bathroom 7' 11" x 7' 7" ( 2.41m x 2.31m )
Narrowing to 5'0 Ft. A modern white suite with ceramic tiled walls, wood laminate floor, panel bath with a chrome mixer shower fitment with rail and curtain over, wash hand basin with chrome taps, wc. Small pane Georgian style window to rear. Radiator, built out airing cupboard.

Rented for £50 per year from the Newport council.

A wonderful corner garden laid to lawn and tree lined comprising a wonderful variety of plants, tress and shrubs including Cornus Canadensis, Magnolia Grandiflora, Pear, Mature Bramley apple, Cotinus, Standard Willow, Mature Acer, Mature Wild Cherry tree, Potentilla and a Pieris. The gardens continue front the front of the cottage, extending well to the side and also to the rear. There are lovely views enjoyed from these gardens across the surrounding area and onto delightful countryside.

Michaelston-y-Fedw (Welsh: Llanfihangel-y-fedw) is a small rural village and community to the west of the city of Newport, Wales, on the borders of Cardiff city and Caerphilly county boroughs.

The name, which is a partial Anglicization of the Welsh Llanfihangel-y-fedw – meaning "church enclosure (of) Michael (in) the birches" – may also be seen spelt "Michaelstone-y-Fedw", "Michaelston-y-Vedw" and "Michaelstone-y-Vedw", the parish church being dedicated to Saint Michael.

There is a local pub called the Cefn Mably Arms. It first opened in 1824.

The community is bounded by the Rhymney River to the west, the A48(M) motorway to the south, and the Pound Hill road to the north and east. It contains Michaelston itself as well as a small cluster of houses known as Michaelstone Bridge about a mile to the north.

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12 July 2016


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