WARNING! One viewing of Rose Cottage and you may never want to leave. On the lower slopes of the Sugar Loaf and enjoying some of the best, south facing views over Abergavenny, lies this attractive, detached cottage, which has been superbly finished.
Tastefully finished with stone and oak flooring and oak internal doors throughout, Rose cottage is a 200 year old cottage which has been extended mixing the warm and cosy character cottage with social and open plan, contemporary living. The living room with wood burning stove opens onto a light and airy dining room which has a pair of bi-folding doors onto the garden and a wonderful covered outside living area which is a great space to entertain and enjoy the views. The kitchen/breakfast room has granite worktops, integrated dishwasher and an electric range style cooker and leads to a generous utility room which could double as a study, a WC and internal garage. Upstairs is a feature landing with exposed stone walls and doors off to four bedrooms and a modern family bathroom with roll top bath shower. All of the bedrooms have built in storage and two have en-suite shower rooms. The cottage also benefits from oil central heating and double glazing. Outside there is a paved patio area and level lawn which faces south and overlooks Abergavenny. There is also a small pond, several fruit trees, an attractive vegetable area with raised beds of burnt oak and is also somewhere you can sit and enjoy the view. At the front is a generous parking area, useful open porch and log store and access to the garage which has power, lighting and water.
Nestled on the lower slopes of the Sugar Loaf and near the end of a no through road, Rose Cottage is perfect for anyone wanting peaceful, countryside living with the convenience of being only two miles from the town centre and its amenities.
The historic market town of Abergavenny is affectionately known as The Gateway to Wales, with the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park on your doorstep. The town has a range of local amenities such as independent shops, supermarkets, cafés, restaurants, hotels, a theatre, cinema, general hospital, primary and secondary schools and a mainline train station. A celebrated annual food festival entices national and international visitors every September, together with cycling, walking, music and art events throughout the year. The town and surrounding area is also well known for its renowned gastropubs and restaurants. The town has good road links towards Hereford, Brecon, Swansea, Bristol, Newport and Cardiff via A465, A40 and A4042 trunk roads.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘H’.
These sales particulars are hoped to provide a fair description of the property, however all statements are made without responsibility of James Dean and should not be relied upon as statement of fact. They do not form any part of a contract and are issued solely in the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through the firm. Items shown in photographs are not included in the sale unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars.