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Well House, Devauden








1,255 sq ft

117 sq m

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Key features

  • Charming Detached Cottage
  • 0.4 Acres of Gardens & Grounds
  • Potential for No Onward Chain
  • 3/4 Bedrooms, 2/3 Reception Rooms & 2 Bathrooms
  • Scope for Singular Level or Multi Generational Living
  • South Facing Gardens Enjoying Countryside Views
  • Edge of Village Location
  • Two Large Driveways & Scope for Garage or Outbuilding STPP
  • Boasting a Range of Original Features



In the heart of the picturesque Monmouthshire village of Devauden, nestled on the edge of the breath-taking Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, stands this charming stone cottage which sits in just under half an acre of gardens and promises a lifestyle of tranquillity and rural charm. Ladies & Gentlemen, welcome to Well House.

Step inside, and you're welcomed into a world of sociable elegance. The ground floor unfolds with inviting spaces, from the central dining room perfect for lively gatherings, to the snug and office offering cosy corners for quiet reflection or working from home. Bathed in sunlight, the sitting room extends seamlessly to the garden, inviting the outdoors in and creating an idyllic setting for relaxation with a roaring log burning stove keeping you warm on those cold winter nights.

As you navigate the quirky stone arches and admire the exposed beams overhead, you'll discover a culinary haven that's as practical as it is charming. With ample counter space and storage, the kitchen invites creativity and culinary exploration, whether you're whipping up a hearty family meal or indulging in a spot of baking on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The enormous primary bedroom, conveniently located on the ground floor, offers a retreat of serenity, while a ground floor bathroom also ensures convenience for either single storey or multi-generational living.

There is also scope to use the sitting room as a fourth bedroom if required or to divide the primary bedroom in two, to create two separate rooms. Upstairs, two generous bedrooms boast period charm and garden views, where you will also find a second shower room completing the cottage's promise of both comfort and character.

Step outside into the sunny cottage gardens, where the enchantment of rural living continues to unfold. Enjoying a South facing aspect and spanning nearly half an acre, this verdant oasis offers not just beauty but practicality too and enjoys stunning views over rolling countryside. As you step through the garden gate, you're greeted by the characterful stone-walled path leading up to the charming porch, hinting at the warmth that awaits within. Amidst the immaculate lawns and mature trees, you'll find not one, but two parking areas, thoughtfully positioned to the east and west ends of the plot. This ample provision ensures convenience for residents and guests alike. And with the possibility of building a garage or outbuilding, subject to planning consent, the potential for enhancing this idyllic setting is boundless.

Devauden is a hub of community spirit, with its bustling village hall playing host to a myriad of events, from music festivals to community gatherings. With the Wye Valley on your doorstep, you're never far from a world of natural wonders. From leisurely woodland walks to exhilarating mountain bike trails, the countryside offers endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Chepstow's rich tapestry of history is woven into its streets where you can wander through the town and sample the culinary delights of its cafes and restaurants, or simply soak up the atmosphere as you stroll along the banks of the River Wye. Just a short drive away, Bristol beckons with its vibrant culture, eclectic arts scene, and thriving business community. And for those seeking the bright lights of the big city, London is within easy reach thanks to the cottage's proximity to major transport hubs. 

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Well House, Devauden


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