This period property is nestled away in a peaceful position, surrounded by mature private gardens within 4.12 acres of land, ample parking and garages. Extended some twenty-five years ago, this home offers a wonderful space for modern, rural living, with space for home-working or multi-generational living. The house includes a self-contained annexe, and whilst this is suitable for extended family or a holiday let, it could equally be incorporated in to the main living flow. With double glazing throughout, the property also maintains many original features, including the stone-tiled roof and barn, now the lounge, encompassing the original beams, exposed stonework and a stunning open fireplace. Double doors around the house open on to several patios, all quiet areas to sit and enjoy the beautiful location and the utter peace and quiet.
Whilst life at Cefn Pennar typically enjoys only the sounds of the river and birdsong, with buzzards and a resident owl, there is nevertheless easy access to Bristol and Cardiff via the M4, and nearby local train station (Newbridge) links Cardiff and Ebbw Vale. London is approximately two hours from Newport, with its direct rail link to London Paddington. Newport is a mere twenty minutes by car, Cardiff approximately thirty minutes away. Remote working, perhaps punctuated with trips to the office, would be a breeze from Cefn Pennar, with all of the benefits of rural living and the privilege of being surrounded by nature.
The location of Cefn Pennar is also blessed with many local attractions right on the doorstep. For lovers of the outdoors, the Sirhowy Valley Country Park is at the foot of the hill, offering twenty-six miles of walking and cycle tracks set in one thousand acres of woodland and meadows. There are some excellent private schools available in Newport, Chepstow, Cardiff and Monmouth, and many fine pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities all within a short drive. Read more