PLOT 24 - THE POPLAR. By Butler Wall Homes at Woodland view an unusual but very appealing new detached house, practical and surprisingly spacious. Impressive hall, fitted cloakroom, study, 21ft lounge with doors to garden, 21ft dining kitchen with upgraded NEFF appliances and granite worktops. Utility. On the first floor are 4 generous bedrooms (2 en-suite) and a family bathroom. The property has also been carpeted throughout. There are good gardens and off road parking to the side. 'Help to Buy' is available. The photographs show the house type, but not necessarily the individual plot available. Individual plots may be detached, semi-detached or terraced and have different external finishes. Please check with our sales staff. WOODLAND VIEW is situated on the edge of Blaenavon, designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The site is located within a picturesque woodland setting, providing stunning views across the Lwyd Valley. The development is located within walking distance of the areas many tourist attractions as well as the towns local shops and amenities. Upon completion the site will comprise around 100 family homes, all built in styles in keeping with the traditional houses found within Blaenavon Heritage Town. The development comprises a mixture of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, all benefitting from spacious living and garden areas. Each home is designed to a high specification including luxurious bathroom suites and fully equipped kitchens with an extensive range of appliances as standard. BLAENAVON is situated in the Lwyd Valley, 6 miles north of Pontypool and 7 miles south west of the market town of Abergavenny, with convenient access to the Heads of the Valleys Road, linking to the national motorway network. The site is only 45 minutes drive from Cardiff city centre and is commutable with relative ease. The town grew around the Blaenavon Ironworks during the 18th Century, which is now one of the finest examples of a preserved 18th Century ironworks to be found in Europe, before being supplanted by the coal and steel industry during the towns heyday. The legacy of the coal industry in the town is the Big Pit National Coal Museum, where you can descend 300ft underground with former miners to discover the dangerous conditions of coal mining and Blaenavons place in the Welsh coal mining industry. Today the thriving community boasts an attractive town centre with a variety of local shops, several clubs and societies including the national award winning Blaenavon Town Band and Blaenavon Rugby Football Club. The town also boasts a further array of attractions such as the Rhymney Brewery Museum, the World Heritage Centre and Blaenavon Heritage Railway. SPECIFICATION Quality construction in a variety of external finishes BLP 10 year structural warranty Comprehensively fitted kitchens with appliances including dishwasher, double oven, hob and fridge / freezer Large shower cubicles where fitted Floor coverings in kitchen and wet areas uPVC double glazing, sliding sash windows to all public elevations and security front door Gas fired central heating with Ariston combi boiler including advanced energy saving features and iPhone/Android app remote controls* BUTLER WALL HOMES are an ambitious new name in home building. They build new, high quality homes throughout South and West Wales and the West Country, all inspired from their desire to create the perfect home for their customers. They have homes for every taste and requirement, from stylish seafront apartments to luxurious 3 storey family homes. All of their homes are designed to a high specification and standard, ensuring that your new home with them will be the home of your dreams. Help to Buy - Wales, is a new Welsh Government initiative designed to help you move on or up the property ladder.
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