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For Sale - Brockweir, NP16 - Offers Over £1,250,000

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More about this property

Peaceful location amongst glorious countryside

Modern architect designed home

Efficient ground source heating

3 receptions

Study

4 bedrooms

5 bathrooms

Self contained detached annexe with letting potential

Paddock, orchard and ornamental gardens

Approx. 7 Acres of Grounds

This most individual family home was built for the current owners in 2008 and is set in a truly idyllic position at the head of a long driveway at the heart of the glorious Wye Valley. There is little to be heard beyond the sound of bird song, such is the blissful peace and tranquillity of this delightful almost hidden location. Approached via a gated driveway which meanders up the hillside past a large sloping lawn interspersed with blossoming fruit trees, bordered by ancient oak trees and an area of wildflower meadow with orchids and bluebells.

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 A separate driveway can be used to access the self-contained studio which has proved a popular Air BnB retreat generating useful revenue over the years. In total the grounds extend to some 7.26 acres from which outstanding far reaching views can be enjoyed. The grounds include a large area of paddock, a delightful orchard with a good variety of productive fruit trees including apples, plumb and pears and also an enclosed kitchen garden with a series of raised beds, green house and fruit cage. Above the garden is an area of mixed woodland with a carpet of wild garlic in the dappled shade of the trees. A level area of lawn lies adjacent to the terrace adjoining the property and keen gardeners should note that planning permission is currently in place for a 32' green house plus a barn of approximately 30X15 ft in the northeast of the grounds.

  
 
 A glazed entrance porch with tiled floor opens to a very impressive reception hallway with a sweeping cantilever style staircase with central minstrels gallery. Set immediately off the hallway are three receptions which include a wonderful orangery/dining room and a beautifully proportioned drawing room with a wide glazed bay overlooking the front grounds. All ground floor rooms, including the kitchen/breakfast room are over 21' in length and the house is designed with a good flow to the accommodation and generous circulation space. There are two further rooms on the lower ground floor with a well-placed study (with en suite facilities and possible guest bedroom), ideally located as a peaceful and private retreat tucked away from the main part of the house. This level also houses the boiler room.

  
 
 On the first floor there are four bedrooms radiating off the feature galleried landing, two en suites and a family bathroom. A ladder leads to a converted attic space with good eaves storage and a wc.

  
 
 The house has been designed with high eco credentials with ground source heating, solar panels and a wind turbine all reducing the running costs of this substantial home.

  
LOCAL INFORMATION
 Cherry Hill House lies in the heart of the Wye Valley and close to the village of Brockweir. Both Monmouth and Chepstow are equidistant (approx 8 miles) and include an extensive array of shops and supermarkets including Waitrose, M & S, and Tesco. Schooling is well catered for with the highly regarded Haberdashers Girls and Boys school in Monmouth, whilst Bristol and South Gloucestershire also offer a number of regarded State and Independent Primary and Secondary Schools. For sporting pursuits, there are a number of excellent rides in close proximity, in addition to woodland and country walks. Nearby famous landmarks include Chepstow Castle and Tintern Abbey, as well as Chepstow Racecourse. For the commuter the Severn Bridge is approximately 10 miles distant and there are flights available from Bristol and Cardiff International Airports to a wide range of destinations, National, European and some International.

  
DIRECTIONS:
 From Monmouth take the A466 Wye Valley Road through Redbrook, over the Bigsweir Bridge, through Llandogo and before Tintern turn left over Brockweir Bridge and proceed up the hill turning left signposted Coldharbour. Follow this single-track lane up the hill passing the first turning to the left until you come to a small crossroads (just before the red telephone box) turn left and follow the lane passing Woodbine Cottage on your left and after approximately half a mile the property will be seen on your right opposite Barn House and it has two driveways.

  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  
 
  
  

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.

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