The Narth, Monmouth
- Open plan sitting room/kitchen/diner
- Mezzanine bedroom
- Large paddock and copse
- Attractive, enclosed gardens with beautiful views
- In all just under 1½ acres
- Holiday let planning restriction
- EPC Rating - D
Property SummaryConverted from a charming stone barn and completed in 2016, The Old Cider Mill is a really superb holiday cottage in a very special part of the world overlooking the Lower Wye Valley. It sits in spacious grounds and was finished to an exceptional standard with state-of-the-art insulation, double glazing and electric underfloor heating. Approached from the lane through a pair of wooden gates up to a gravelled parking area, the house is entered beneath a porch through a part glazed front door. The downstairs comprises an open plan kitchen, dining area and sitting room with ceramic tiled floor and with electric underfloor heating running throughout. The sitting area is dominated by a large French window to the terrace and a wood burner set on stone plinth. The kitchen has a range of fitted units including stripped worksurface, CDA oven and microwave and an induction hob. The cloak room/shower room is off to the side with a spacious shower cubicle. The stairs, with a low cupboard beneath, lead up to a mezzanine bedroom with a lovely view and a range of cupboards and shelving space.
To the side of the property is a large gravelled parking area flanked by a low stone wall with the bank leading up to a large fenced paddock. To the north is large coppice with tracks beneath a host of coniferous and hardwood trees including Maple, Holly and Oak. There is a small garden shed and woodstore alongside the gates.
The Old Cider Mill is situated within the small hamlet of Pen-y-Fan just outside The Narth amidst the glorious wooded landscape of the lower Wye Valley. It is conveniently positioned for both Monmouth and Chepstow as well as the M4 and on to Bristol and Cardiff. Monmouth is known for its quality shops including Waitrose and Marks & Spencer whilst historic Chepstow is famous for its racecourse and castle. Railway stations include Newport, Chepstow and Bristol Parkway.
There is an abundance of recreational opportunities in the vicinity which include glorious walks and trails through the surrounding woodland and countryside (the Wye Valley Walk is adjacent), fishing on the River Wye, golf at St. Pierre Golf & Country Club, and leisure centres in Monmouth and Chepstow.
Mains electricity and water. Electric underfloor heating. Private drainage to water purifying system.
Planning permission was granted on the 27th July 2012 ref DC/2011/01203 for conversion of barn to holiday let. It is managed by Sykes Cottages and has regular usage and loyal repeat guests. It is expected that the contents will be included in the sale.
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