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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Tintern, Monmouthshire

Sold STC £325,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Characterful 2-bed cottage
  • Lounge/Sitting room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Dining Room, bathroom
  • Outstanding river views
  • Large terrace, parking

Full description

Riverside is located right on the banks of the River Wye with spectacular views across the Wye Valley and overlooking Tintern Abbey. This 18th Century stone-built property, of late being let by the vendor as a holiday cottage, has its own terrace adjacent to the river and a small lawned area ideal for barbecues and al fresco dining. Riverside has a spacious L-shaped lounge/sitting room with open fire, exposed beams, stone walls and tiled floor. There is a separate dining room and a spacious and well-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar overlooking the river and Tintern Abbey. On the first floor is a beamed 'vaulted ceiling' landing. The two bedrooms are full of character with beamed ceilings; bedroom one has river view whilst bedroom 2 has an original stone wall together with a modern bathroom.

'L'-Shaped Lounge/Sitting Room - 8.8m x 3.3m overall (see floorplan) (28'10" x 10'1 - A characterful, light room with open stone fireplace, most attractive arched windows to the rear elevation with delightful views over the River Wye. Exposed beams, part-stone walls and tiled floor. Spotlighting, understairs cupboard and stairs off to the first floor. Door to garden, pretty stone archway to Dining Room and door to:

Kitchen Breakfast Room - 4.5m x 4m (14'9" x 13'1") - An excellent range of well-fitted cream base and wall units having recently been refurbishedwith light coloured roll-edged formica worktops incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap together with a useful L-shaped breakfast bar. Built-in oven with four-ring electric hob set into the worktop. Tiling behind the worktops and beneath an illuminated extractor hood. Fitted washing machine, dishwasher and tumble drier. Ceiling spotlights and quarry tiled floor. Three windows in two elevations providing the most stunning views over the terrace to the adjacent River Wye and door the terrace.

Dining Room - 4.6m x 3.8m (15'1" x 12'6") - Through an archway from the Lounge/Sitting Room into the most attractive Dining Room. Part-stone walls and sloping ceiling with spotlighting, quarry tiled floor and skylight.

On The First Floor: - Approached via the stairs from the Lounge/Sitting Room to the GALLERIED LANDING with attractive arch-shaped window to the side elevation. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams.

Bedroom One - 3.4m x 2.9m (11'2" x 9'6") - A pretty room with beamed sloping ceilings, two built-in wardrobes and matching dressing table, arched window with side elevation views over the River Wye. Wall lights and door to airing cupboard.

Bedroom Two - 3.3m x 3.2m (10'10" x 10'6") - A most attractive room with feature stone-walling to the gable end incorporating an arched window. Sloping ceiling with exposed beams with wardrobes and matching dressing table.

Bathroom - White suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Frosted arched window, shaver point, exposed ceiling beams, chrome ladder towel rail/radiator and spotlighting.

DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE, SITUATED ON THE BANKS OF THE RIVER WYE

This pretty characterful cottage property is located on the banks of the River Wye in the historic village of Tintern amongst beautiful surrounding countryside. The LARGE TERRACE, bordered by metal safety railings and stone-walling, overlooks the glorious River Wye with views towards Tintern Abbey. The property has a gravelled PARKING AREA to the side of the property off the main road and enjoys an enclosed lawned area ideal for barbecues and al fresco dining.

Tintern and the Lower Wye Valley are not only excellent locations for walkers and dog owners with the Offas Dyke and the Brecon Beacons within easy reach but are also superbly located for commuting to Newport, Cardiff and Bristol. Schools in the local old market towns of Chepstow (5 miles) and Monmouth (10 miles) have excellent reputations, including the Haberdashers schools for boys and girls in Monmouth. Other local amenities include excellent shopping, golf and fishing and Monmouthshire also boasts six working vineyards with another four across the River Wye in Gloucestershire. The nearby Tintern Abbey was founded by Walter de Clare, Lord of Chepstow on 9 May 1131.

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