Wyedene is a wonderful family property in an elevated position with terrific views of the Whitebrook Valley in Wales. The house was built in 2000 on the site of an earlier residence, believed to be the bakery. Clad in local stone, the house blends in perfectly with the other properties in the hamlet.
The rooms are well proportioned and have fine examples of oak and slate flooring, oak doors and also have the comfort of under-floor heating. The accommodation comprises hall, sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility plus four bedrooms, shower room, and bathroom. The sitting room has a substantial brick inglenook with an inset log burner and wide French windows out to the terrace.
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Outside the garden is principally south-east facing with lawns dotted with mature shrubs and plants including white and burgundy lilacs, magnolia and a variety of herbs. A flagstone terrace is approached from the sitting room and further lawns are behind the house. Clematis and honeysuckle climb the walls of the house.
The property sits in a small hamlet which runs up the Whitebrook valley from the River Wye in south east Monmouthshire. Monmouth is seven miles to the north and Chepstow 12 miles to the south has excellent amenities and a rail station.
The guide price is £495,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01432 273 087 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.