Sunnyside, Botany Bay, Between Catbrook And Tintern, Chepstow

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Property Features

  • 4 Bedroomed Detached Cottage
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Approx. 0.75 of Grounds and Gardens
  • Double Garage
  • Ample Parking

Property Summary

Nestled in a pretty rural hamlet this beautifully presented, character 4 bed cottage is located on the outskirts of Tintern about 5 miles from Chepstow & the major Motorway networks. Elevated with fine views and landscaped, mature grounds and gardens extend to approx. 3/4 of an acre with parking and a large double garage.

Full Details

Painted rendered exterior with some exposed natural stone with wooden, arch topped, double glazed windows and doors under a profiled tiled roof. Internal features include exposed beams, stonework, inglenook fireplace and wooden panelled, part glazed and ledged and braced doors. Solar panels fitted 8 years ago generate £1,000 per year 30 % more that electricity used. Oil fired central heating.

The entrance to the property is through a part glazed door into:

Window to either side. Stone floor. Half glazed door into;

With panelling up to dado. Doors into the following;

SITTING ROOM: (4.58m x 3.56m)
Bay window to front and window to side with attractive views across the garden. Wall mounted gas fire.

STUDY: (3.53m x 2.73m extending to 3.19m)
Window to front. Exposed ceiling lintels.

White suite comprising of vanity wash basin and low level wc. Tiling to dado level.

KITCHEN: (4.25m x 2.99m)
Window to back. Stairs to first floor. Fitted kitchen with “L” shaped oak worktops with inset incorporating a 1.5 bowl sink unit with mixer tap De Dietrich four-ring electric touch sensor induction hob with extractor over. Range of Shaker style base units set under with integrated Bosch dishwasher and tall units with built-in Neff eye level oven, Neff eye level microwave/oven and NEFF warming cabinet and upright fridge/freezer. Matching wall cupboards. Useful storage/larder cupboard. Amtico tiled floor.

DINING/LIVING ROOM: (6.06m x 3.04m)
Two windows to front with attractive garden views. Feature stone inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove. Light oak boarded floor.

CONSERVATORY: (5.71m x 1.64m)
With glazed front and inset pair of glazed doors out to sun terrace and garden. Ceramic tiled floor. Door into;

UTILITY ROOM: (2.08m x 2.03m)
Window to side. Wooden work-top with built-in under unit fridge and freezer, plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble drier.

Up stairs to;

Walk-in Airing Cupboard housing Worcester Bosch oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating to radiators throughout. Access to lofts. Doors into the following;

MASTER BEDROOM: (4.56m x 3.35m plus door recess)
Window to front and side with lovely views. Built-in wardrobes.

Velux roof light. White suite comprising of shower with Mira Sport, pedestal wash basin and low level wc. Part tiled wall.

BEDROOM 2: (3.53m x 3.89 reducing to 2.85m plus wardrobe)
Window to side and double built-in wardrobe.

Window to back. White suite comprising 'P' shaped bath with Mira Sport shower over, low level wc and vanity wash hand basin. Part ceramic tiled walls.

BEDROOM 3: (3.58m reducing to 3.53m x 3.10m)
Window to front with garden views.

BEDROOM 4: (3.04m x 2.38m reducing to 2.02m (door recess))
Window to front with garden views.

The drive/unmade, meandering track leads up from the public highway to an extensive gravelled parking and turning area giving access to the;

LARGE DOUBLE GARAGE: (7.91m x 5.94m)
Constructed in timber with a pair of doors, three windows to side, power, lighting and part glazed service door. Storage under work bench.

The south facing terraced gardens and grounds have been thoughtfully landscaped and restored with a range of well-stocked borders and at the front adjacent to the conservatory is a paved sun terrace that makes the very most of this unique setting and the panoramic views and set below is an ornamental pond with planted rockery surround.

A number of meandering paths leading down to terraced lawns interspaced with mature shrubs and trees including acers. At the bottom is a wild flower meadow/paddock and productive fruit bushes.

There are a number of useful outbuildings including GARDEN SHED: 3.68m x 2.33m with two windows, power and lighting. GREENHOUSE: Power and water with thermostatically controlled windows. SUMMERHOUSE.

Mains water, electricity, private drainage and Oil-fired central heating. Solar panels were fitted approximately eight years ago and we are told that they generate an income of approximately £1,000 per year for the owner. Council Tax Band H. EPC rating E.