- Period heart with more recent extension
- Spacious, versatile living accommodation
- Four generously sized bedrooms
- Extensive, well-maintained grounds
- Large decking area with panoramic views
- EPC Rating - E
Property SummaryCrossways Cottage is thought to date back to the mid-18th century and was extended in the 1970s to form this beautiful cottage offering a delightful combination of period charm and modern comfort. Situated in a rural location with outstanding, picturesque countryside views this detached, four double bedroom property is approached via a generous gravelled driveway and surrounded by extensive wraparound gardens. The current owners enter via the double French doors into the spacious light and airy kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with ample cupboards topped with wood finish worksurfaces, space for a large freestanding cooker with extractor over and an abundance of natural light. Also entered from the front terrace is a bright and welcoming hallway with wood finish flooring and downstairs cloakroom with modern suite. Steps lead up to a sitting room which boasts period features including exposed timbers and an impressive stone inglenook fireplace which houses a woodburning stove. This comfortable, dual aspect room has French doors which open to the front patio and a door to a generous utility room with external access. A part-glazed door leads from the hallway into an inviting formal dining room and on to the kitchen through glazed double doors.
Stairs rise from the dining room to the first floor accommodation which comprises four generous double bedrooms, a shower room and a large airing cupboard. The principal bedroom is accessed through a dressing area and has an en suite bathroom with separate shower enclosure. All rooms benefit from beautiful viewpoints.
The exquisite, principally south-facing wraparound gardens are mainly laid to lawn and dotted with various shrubs, mature trees and plants. Adjoining the cottage is a tiered, paved terrace with sitting area and nearby is an area for an above-ground spa bath. Across the garden is a large, peaceful decking area which offers truly magnificent views across the rolling Monmouthshire countryside. Within the grounds are numerous sheds.
Crossway Cottage is situated in a delightfully private position to the north-west of Monmouth amidst some of the UK’s most beautiful countryside. It is close to the village of Skenfrith with its famous castle and The Bell, a highly respected inn and restaurant. The historic town of Monmouth is renowned for its excellent schools including the Haberdashers’ for both boys and girls as well as its shops with a Waitrose and Marks and Spencer. The rivers Wye and Monnow flow nearby, The Hendre (The Rolls) golf course is a short distance, and the area is awash with walks and rides. The A40 runs through Monmouth giving easy access to the national motorway network and commercial centres of South Wales, Bristol and Birmingham.
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage via septic tank. Oil-fired central heating. Woodburning stove.
Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.
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