ONCE upon a time there was a cottage which oozed with fairytale charm.

This “delightful” detached cottage is in the picturesque setting of Llanvetherine, near Abergavenny, and is being marketed by Christie Residential with it listed on Rightmove.

Free Press Series: The cottageOriginally built as a Methodist chapel in 1842 the building fell into ruin until a hero came to save the day – converting it into a three-bedroom house in the 1980s.

Free Press Series: The building was previously a Methodist chapel

Escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and look around Rose Cottage Chapel…

Inside the property is fit for a princess, with a “generously proportioned” living room and dining room – wooden ceiling beams offer some extra charm to this living space.

Although there’s no dragon guarding this fairytale cottage, there can be fire – with a log burning stove nestled among the living room.

Free Press Series: Living roomEven Cinderella couldn’t complain with this kitchen – which has plenty of storage space and utilities including an oven, countertop hob, and sink with drainer.

Free Press Series: KitchenThe ground floor also includes an entrance porch, WC, and a utility room.

Free Press Series: Utility roomThree “light and bright” bedrooms are based on the first floor with one currently used as a study.

Free Press Series: BedroomThe master bedroom previously had an en-suite bathroom which was removed for more space – but the plumbing remains if someone wishes (upon a star) to reinstate it.

Free Press Series: Bedroom

There is also a three-piece suite in the family bathroom which has some additional whimsy with daisies on the tiled walls.

Free Press Series: BathroomWhile the cottage is charming, the garden also add some magic to this fairytale property with it split into two distinct area.

Free Press Series: LawnsTo the left of the driveway (which has room for more than one carriage and is complimented by a detached garage) is a lawn with flowerbeds along with a vegetable plot.

Free Press Series: DrivewayFree Press Series: Charming gardenThe garden also includes a paved area which would be ideal for some outdoor seating to entertain at events (royal ball anyone?).

Free Press Series: Area for al fresco diningThe full listing is available on Rightmove at https://t.ly/ddr8Y