This “charming” cottage for sale comes with 35 acres of woodlands, fields and panoramic views.

Cae Graig, in Newcastle, Monmouth, is a stone cottage that dates back to the 1830s and has character features throughout.

The porch leads into the living room, which features exposed ceiling beams, a stone wall, and a log-burner in an original fireplace on a flagstone hearth.

To one end of the living room is a door to a second reception room with a floor-to-ceiling corner window, exposed beams, and a brick and stone baking oven alcove.

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The kitchen, with a Rayburn stove in a chimney breast. (Fine & Country)

At the other end of the cottage is a kitchen and dining space, with a Rayburn stove in an exposed chimney breast and French doors to the garden.

Completing the ground floor, there is a study off the sitting room and a double height room which is currently being used as a gym, plus a boot room and a utility room.

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The sitting room. (Fine & Country)

Upstairs, the principal bedroom has a duo of windows with “breathtaking” views, and exposed roof trusses.

There are a further three double bedrooms on this level, plus two large bathrooms.

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One of the bedrooms. (Fine & Country)

Outside, the grounds span 35 acres, eight of which are woodlands, while also in the grounds are paddocks and fields.

Surrounding the home is a garden and various patios, plus a courtyard, an orchard, stone barns and a timber summerhouse.

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The views from the grounds. (Fine & Country)

The property is being sold by Fine & Country for a price of £1,300,000.

The agent commented: “Nestled within 35 acres of its own land that includes woodland, paddocks and views, this charming four-bed cottage called Cae Graig is full of character and light that wraps you up in a welcoming ambience within its spaces to create lifelong happy memories.

“Dating back to the 1830s at its cottage core, the much-loved home has been extended over the years to create versatile spaces and charming rooms that combine into a perfect family abode.”