At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac this attractive, three-storey modern home offers an enviable town centre location close to shops, cafes, and the castle grounds. The terrace has three double bedrooms, kitchen diner, lounge with castle views, utility room, off-road parking and oodles of storage. Read more
At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac this attractive, three-storey modern home offers an enviable town centre location close to shops, cafes, and the castle grounds. The terrace has three double bedrooms, kitchen diner, lounge with castle views, utility room, off-road parking and oodles of storage.
Tucked away off a side street in the heart of the popular market town of Chepstow is a small cul-de-sac that is home to an attractive terrace of houses that offer modern living and mesmerising views as well as a prime location.
The whole range of shops and pubs, cafes and restaurants that Chepstow can offer are at the end of the cul-de-sac and make popping out to buy milk or meeting a friend for coffee completely effortless.
Enticing walks around the magnificent castle grounds are literally at the end of the garden, offering a picturesque place for daily exercise surrounded by the enchanting landscape of the Wye Valley and the ambience of the majestic castle as this home's most unique of neighbours.
3 Dell View offers three storeys of contemporary spaces including a sociable kitchen lounge diner that opens directly onto the garden.
The well-designed home can also boast a fabulous first-floor living room with a Juliet balcony comprising huge sliding glass doors that perfectly frame the views of the castle grounds as well as inviting in refreshing summer breezes.
There are three double bedrooms and oodles of storage options, as well as a utility room, family bathroom and cloakroom that, when combined with the living spaces and enclosed rear garden, create a house that can happily welcome a family as well as a couple or individual, especially with the primary school just around the corner.
The town is a gateway to the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Forest of Dean, both offering an enticing range of outdoor activities to try as well as stunning scenery as a backdrop to enjoy woodland strolls, riverside picnics and hilltop panoramic views.
The house can also offer easy access to the UK's motorway network via the M48 and there's also a train station in the centre of town that is walking distance from the front door. This distinctive terrace house offers a unique and enviable combination of town and country location, as well as a pocket of peace within vibrant and bustling surroundings.
Step inside the attractive home to be welcomed by fresh and neutral interiors and fabulous spaces to enjoy across three storeys.
Directly ahead is a handy utility room with a door to the garden that creates an enticing glimpse of greenery, but there's much to discover over three floors of fabulousness before wandering outside.
The crisp white walls and warm toned wood-effect flooring flows throughout the ground floor, visually linking the spaces as well as creating a cocoon of contemporary decor that is the ultimate blank canvas backdrop for a new owner to easily add their own personal style.
To the right is a kitchen lounge diner that is the hub of socialising in the home, combining cooking, eating and relaxing with seamless flow out into the enclosed rear garden which includes a charming stone wall with castle ground views reminding you of this well-located home's captivating and historic neighbour.
Back inside and the well-equipped, high gloss, handleless kitchen provides contemporary surroundings for the cook to produce their best work, with friends and family company close at hand at the dining table, providing chat as well as eagerness to devour the feast.
This sizeable, social space has been zoned into cooking, then eating, and then relaxing in the lounge area. It's easy to imagine relaxing on sofas with family or friends to watch a movie or match in this inviting area that also offers a seamless connection to the garden via a set of French doors.
But this room is not the only space in the home to find a comfy chair to chill-out, because the first floor is hiding arguably the best room in the house - a lounge that boasts a sizeable Juliet balcony that perfectly frames the views across the castle grounds.
The balcony consists of large sliding doors, ensuring that the views are optimised as well as giving you the option of inviting in refreshing summer breezes during a heatwave.
The house might be in a prime central location for shopping and socialising as well as strolls around the castle grounds, but parking is not an issue here with the terrace offering off-road parking for two cars as well as a converted garage that is now being used as handy storage.
Imagine sitting in this special spot and watching day turn to starry night, the weather turn from still to stormy, and the seasons change from warm to wintery.
Also on this level, at the front of the house, is the first of the three double bedrooms, with the remaining two on the top floor. The neutral decor continues throughout these upper levels including the immaculately presented family bathroom on the top floor where relaxing in the bath is guaranteed, surrounded by calm and restful decor.
Each slumber space is a generous size with double bed, storage and even a desk easily welcomed, with a view of the tree tops at the back and of rooftops at the front reminding you every day when you wake up that you live in one of the most well-located homes in Chepstow.
Outside - Stepping outside into the fully enclosed garden is stepping out into a peaceful oasis looking out over treetops and fields towards the majestic Chepstow Castle and its grounds, against the backdrop of the Wye Valley.
It's a sunny spot that feels so secluded and makes it hard to believe that the bustling town centre is only a few streets away.
While other town centre gardens look out onto other buildings and streets, this modern terrace home can boast a slice of character at the end of the garden - a charming stone and brick wall as the boundary between the garden and the grounds of the historic castle.
The low maintenance, good-sized garden is fully paved to be fully functioning as a place for socialising with family and friends including BBQs and evening drinks, but can equally offer a sanctuary for silent book reading or a lazy Sunday morning brunch.
The house might be in a prime central location for shopping and socialising as well as strolls around the castle grounds, but parking is not an issue here with the terrace offering off-road parking for two cars as well as an integrated garage that is now being used as handy storage.
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