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Welsh Homes property of the week is a cottage full of character

The substantial five-bedroom  character property in  Coedkernew, near Newport, is  believed to have once formed  part of Lord Tredegar’s estate. As  its name suggests, this charming  cottage was the residence of the  head butler.

To the front of the home,  there is a sweeping twin-gated  drive with ample parking.

The garden boasts pretty border planting, hedging and established trees, whilst to the side  there is an additional large secure gated parking bay.

Internally, the property has  rustic charm combined with  contemporary lifestyle.


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The accommodation is really  generous, opening from the  front door into a spacious reception hall with understair storage cupboard and with access to a boot room.

The reception rooms include  a well-proportioned drawing  room with stripped floorboards,  a working fireplace with slate  hearth and wood burner. French  doors lead to a secluded garden  area with a waterfall.

Through double-glazed doors,  the dining room is bright with  attractive features including another  working fireplace. The sitting room has its own fireplace  with a beam mantle. At the rear  of the house is a useful study  with stripped floorboards and a  shower room.

The magnificent hardwood  garden room provides an extensive space for all occasions  with old floorboards, heating and  stunning views over the garden.

The superb kitchen has windows to the rear and front with  wall and base units, wooden  worktops and a Belfast sink, and  a timber store completes the  ground floor.

On the first floor, there are  two bathrooms and five bedrooms, of which four are  doubles and the fifth is presently  used as a luxury walk-in wardrobe and dressing room.

The rear gardens are secluded  with mature trees, garden ponds  and beds concealing a shed,  workroom, greenhouse and  wood shed. The large lawn has  adjacent seating areas, a patio  and extensive lighting which  helps to create a charming  night-time garden.

This property is on the  market with pa black Cardiff  for £650,000. For more  information call  029 2037  3712 or go to  www.pablack.co.uk

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