If you’re craving a Welsh Mining Cottage to live in, then look no further... sympathetically restored and enhanced with modern fixtures and fittings, this charming two bedroom cottage has a wealth of period features, stunning views from the rear garden, off road parking and stone outbuildings that include a summer house/office.
This distinctive cottage has been lovingly restored to retain as much of the property’s original features, that include flagstone floors, lime-washed stone walls, exposed timber beams and floorboards, fireplaces and a circular stone staircase. Modern benefits include a fitted kitchen, downstairs wet room with underfloor heating, electric radiant heaters and a contemporary ensuite bathroom.
The property comprises; a kitchen/diner with vaulted ceiling and feature fireplace with original cast-iron oven and bread oven. The fitted ‘Scandi-style’ kitchen has an electric hob, oven and integrated freezer and washer/dryer. The cosy lounge has a marbled slate fireplace that houses an impressive Franklin stove. Doors off the living room lead to a downstairs bedroom with fitted wardrobe and a wet room. The stone staircase leads to the master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed floorboards and an ensuite bathroom with freestanding bath and a useful storage cupboard.
The property is approached from the rear, with off-road parking available. The rear garden has a wild flower lawn, log store and stone storage shed. The two-tiered front garden with shrubs and flowering plants enjoys stunning views over the Clydach gorge. There is a storage shed and a stone summer house in front of the seating area would be perfect as a home office or a useful room for when the entire family want to come to stay!
Agents notes: there is a Right of Way for residents, that runs along the front of the properties.
Llanelly Hill is a small village on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and popular tourist destination. The village has a popular pub, community centre and fantastic walks on your doorstep. The popular village of Gilwern is under 3.5 miles away and has a primary school, hall, pubs, garage, convenience store and benefits from excellent transport links with the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road, providing easy access to Cardiff and Bristol, both being approximately an hour’s drive away. The larger town of Abergavenny is under seven miles away and has a wide range of shops, amenities and a mainline train station.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘C’.