2 Wye View Terrace, Redbrook, Monmouthshire

£175,000
Recently Sold

Property Features

  • 2 Bedrooms Terraced House
  • Living Room/Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Small garden
  • Parking

Property Summary

Set in the heart of the popular Wye Valley village of Redbrook, this very pretty and well presented 2 bedroom mid-terraced Victorian cottage is set in a row of just 6 and has the benefit of an elevated location with attractive views up and down the valley. There is a small garden to the front and to the rear and an outbuilding.

Full Details

The exterior is local cut stone with brick surrounds to the uPVC windows and wooden doors, all set under a pitched tiled roof. Gas central heating with radiators throughout.

The approach to the cottage is via a communal path and through a part glazed, panelled arched topped front door into:

LOBBY:
With stairs leading to first floor. Cupboard at high level housing meter and consumer units. Through French door into:

LIVING ROOM/DINING ROOM: (6.13m x 3.64m opening to 4.36m)
Window to front with views across the garden to the Wye Valley beyond. Window to the rear out to steps and back garden. Timber clad beam and upright. Vertically boarded door into understairs cupboard. Raised slate tiled hearth and inset mains gas fireplace with backburner providing domestic hot water and central heating. Ceramic tiled floor to the dining area. Downlighters and spotlights. Through French door into:

KITCHEN: (2.89m x 2.19m)
Part glazed panelled door out to steps and rear garden, with adjacent window. U-shaped laminated worktops with matching up-stands and inset circular sink with mixer tap. Wood effect doors to cupboards under and matching wall units over with under-lights. Built-in fridge, space and plumbing for washing machine. Gas cooking range with 8 ring hobs, two ovens, grill and warming tray, matching hood and extractor over. Low voltage downlighters. Ceramic tiled floor matching living/dining room.

From Lobby upstairs with wall mounted hand rail to:

LANDING:
Roof access trap. Doors into:

BATHROOM:
Window to rear with patterned glass. White suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath with pine panelling with Mira electric shower with head on adjustable rail and glass shower screen. Ceramic tiling on three sides up to ceiling height.

BEDROOM TWO: (2.87m x 1.76m)
Window with views across the rear garden. Recessed cupboards at low and high level with two rows of slatted shelves, housing pre-insulated hot water tank with immersion heater. Central heating control clock.

MASTER BEDROOM: (3.75m x 3.1m)
Window to front with outstanding views of the Wye Valley. Part arched recess. Pair of sliding doors into wardrobe with hanging rail at high level and cupboard above. Three louvred doors into useful storage with four rows of slatted shelves.

OUTSIDE:
There is a small garden to the front laid to lawn that takes full advantage of the views and is accessed by a communal path for all the cottages at the front. The rear garden is set up steps from the rear also accessed by a communal path. It is laid to lawn with a vegetable patch at the back-boundary fence. The adjacent lean-to outbuilding is constructed in brick and stone with window to the front and two doors one into what may have been a WC and the other into a fuel store.

PARKING:
There is no allocated parking with the cottage but we are told that a residents parking permit is available from the Football club to use in the car-park opposite next to the pitch.

SERVICES:
Mains drainage, water, electric, Gas, BT subject to regulations. Council Tax Band B. EPC rating D.