About the property

This very traditional small holding faces South set in 6 acres  in a truly rural and private location.  An important former Welsh Longhouse dating back to the 17th C having spacious receptions, 4 beds and a wealth of original features  with outstanding views across the Wye Valley. The grounds include meadows, terraced mature gardens, an orchard, ancient woodland and impressive, substantial stone outbuildings. Located on the outskirts of historic St Briavals with shop, pub and school, set between Monmouth and Chepstow with their renowned schools and easy access to major road networks.

Constructed in stone with inset wooden windows all under  a  slate roof. Internal doors are a combination of glazed and vertically boarded, individual features include exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with bread oven, stone walls and deep window sills. The ground floors are stone flags with quarry tiles in the kitchen. An oil fired boiler provides domestic hot water and central heating to radiators.The entrance to the property is through a stable door into:FRONT PORCH: 4.70m x 1.75mGlazing to front and side on low plinth walls and window to side  all with garden views. Door into:LIVING ROOM: 4.70m x 3.70mTwo windows to front, and one window to rear. Exposed stone chimney bre... Read more

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