ROSE COTTAGE FOREST OF DEAN NP16 7NQ, UK
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Last Sold: OCT 2007
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AI think: £353,538
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Agents think: £295,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £311,920
Fine & Country Agent Valuation of this property is £295,000
This picturesque and welcoming stone built three bedroom cottage is in an exceptional position in the heart of the village of Brockweir, an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' in the Wye Valley. The village has a traditional pub and an award winning village shop and cafe that is run by volunteers. Brockweir has existed at least since the 13th century and still has its historic quay, the village has maintained a strong sense of community with many societies, a Moravian church and drama and music performances throughout the year.
The cottage itself is situated off a quiet lane on the edge of the river Wye, offering magnificent views across the river and beyond and has been a much loved home for the current vendors. The property offers walks from the door in every direction along the plethora of footpaths including an easy one mile walk to Tintern Abbey, the surrounding countryside and position on the river offer a wealth of other outdoor pursuits. Brockweir is also within easy reach of Chepstow and the market town of Monmouth with its many individual shops and cafes.
The accommodation comprises living room, dining room, utility room, ground floor shower room, kitchen, three bedrooms (master bedroom with dressing area/walk-in wardrobe) and bathroom.
Picturesque & charming stone built cottage with river views
Centre of popular Wye Valley village
No chain - cash buyers only
Approached Through The Cottage Style Front Garden, The Half Glazed Door Leads Into:-
Living Room (8.25m x 3.97m (27'1" x 13'0"))
Flagstone floor. Exposed beams. Stairs off to first floor. Two feature fireplaces with exposed stone walls at either end, one blocked off and one housing the multi-fuel wood-burning stove.
Dining Room (3.43m x 2.75m (11'3" x 9'0"))
Tiled floor. Exposed beams.
Boiler Room / Utility (1.61m x 1.25m (5'3" x 4'1"))
Housing oil fired boiler (new boiler installed December 2021). Through to:-
Ground Floor Shower Room
Comprising step-in shower cubicle with Mira shower (fitted December 2020), low level wc and wash hand basin.
Kitchen (2.81m x 2.74m (9'3" x 9'0"))
Fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards with worktops incorporating a 1.5 bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. Built-in Neff oven/grill. Four-ring Neff ceramic hob with extractor over. Integrated fridge freezer. Half glazed flood protection door to rear.
Stairs To First Floor And Landing
Bedroom One (4.04m x 2.80m (13'3" x 9'2"))
Magnificent views over the river. Storage cupboard with shelves.
Dressing Area / Walk-In Wardrobe
Eaves storage area (which could be converted into an en-suite).
Bedroom Two (4.07m x 2.76m (13'4" x 9'1"))
Views over the river.
Bedroom Three (2.46m x 2.80m (8'1" x 9'2"))
Views over the river.
Restricted height room. Comprising bath with shower over, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. Vinyl wood effect flooring. Access to eaves storage space. Exposed stone wall.
The property benefits from off road parking for 2-3 cars.
Cottage style gardens
with river views
There is an enclosed cottage style garden to the front with lawn with seating area to make the most of the magnificent riverside views. A path (which is also a public right of way) leads past the parking area to the rear garden which comprises lawn and garden shed. On the far side of the cottage is a gateway with elevated path leading to the oil storage tank alongside which runs a stream leading under the road and out into the river.
I) Due to the proximity of this property to the river it is liable for flooding. The current owner informs us they do not have a problem with arranging insurance.
Ii) This property's sewerage discharges into the stream running to the side of the property under the roadway and into the river. (The Environment agency is aware of this situation and understands the particular limitations of the position of this house and 16 others in the village.)
iii) There is a public footpath that runs beside the house between the parking area and house, the front garden is completely enclosed.
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