On a quiet residential road in a popular estate in the village of Thornwell near Chepstow, this modern, detached home offers contemporary kitchen diner leading to conservatory, large lounge with doors to the sunny garden, four bedrooms with en-suite to the primary and garage converted into a study.
Located on a peaceful cul-de-sac within a popular residential neighbourhood in the village of Thornwell near Chepstow, this substantial and attractive, four-bed detached home offers masses of space and rooms designed for socialising.
At the front, the handsome yellow brick home can offer practical off-road parking for two cars, while the rear garden of the property has been designed for socialising in the sun, with a spacious patio perfect for alfresco dining and relaxing on a lounger. There's a pergola that offers shade for a hot tub or more seating, plus a number of useful wooden sheds for practical storage.
Inside, the spacious family home has socialising at its core, with a contemporary, recently refurbished glossy kitchen flowing into a dining space that is open-plan to the conservatory, a bonus room from which to enjoy views of the garden, whatever the weather.
There's a light-filled, sizeable and separate lounge that can welcome the whole family, and friends too, that opens out onto the garden patio via glass doors creating ideal indoor outdoor flow, plus the ground floor also boasts a bonus room in the converted, integral garage.
Upstairs the family bathroom and four double bedrooms flow from a central landing, with the primary bedroom boasting an ensuite shower room.
The popular estate of modern family homes is ideally located for work, rest and play, with easy access to the M48 and M4 and a mainline railway station in Chepstow a few minutes drive to the north. The village of Thornhill can offer local amenities and services, schools and shops including a large supermarket, with an even wider choice to tempt a short journey into the adjacent historic town.
Wonderful woodland walks along the banks of the River Wye are literally on the doorstep, including Warren Slade and Park Redding Woods and further afield the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are waiting to be explored.
Step inside and the welcoming entrance is the central zone from which to explore the whole of the spacious ground floor.
There's a handy cloakroom tucked under the stairs before wandering under a delightful archway reveals the heart of the home, a substantial kitchen diner that spans the depth of the property, from front to back, and culminates in an inviting conservatory.
The contemporary, glossy kitchen has been recently refurbished and offers a special spot in the home for the cook to create mealtime magic, with family and friends chatting about their day either sat at the peninsula breakfast bar or at the table in the more formal dining space within this open-plan room. The well-equipped kitchen offers a range of integrated appliances as well as an eye-catching Rangemaster cooker and beast of an extractor hood above it. Any guests at the table, or relaxing in the conservatory, or out on the patio will not have to worry about warm wine in their glass, as the kitchen can boast a wine cooler too.
Another social space within this well-designed home is the living room, accessed via double doors from the kitchen diner so any occupants can either join the social gathering or close the doors to create a more peaceful and cocooning space.
The living room looks out over the garden patio and access during the warmer months is via glass sliding doors, but a well-placed sofa can enjoy watching the garden wildlife world go about its business whatever the weather or time of year.
Another bonus room is the integrated garage that has been converted into extra accommodation. It is currently being used as a study but will impress with its flexibility to fit into a home owner's specific requirements, maybe a home office, an extra bedroom or a games room.
Lastly, the conservatory adds yet more ground floor accommodation to this family home, a sanctuary to enjoy the sun and garden views either away from other people in peace or encouraging them to come in and sit and chat.
Up to the first floor to the central landing from which all four double bedrooms and the family bathroom flow; another triumph of perfect family home design this property can boast about.
The primary bedroom is a calm and peaceful space, offering handy built-in storage as well as views out over the garden
and an en-suite shower room within stumbling distance from the pillow as the perfect and refreshing morning wake-up call.
For residents who like a long, hot soak in bubbles to wash the day away, the family bathroom can oblige.
The remaining three double bedrooms can happily boast in-built storage solutions, or ample space to accommodate it, as well as their own window framed view of the garden, roof-tops and the rivers Wye and Severn in the distance.Outside
- Step out to explore the practical and the pretty offered at this fabulous family home. At the front there is welcome off-road parking for two cars, although the street is so quiet guests will easily find a place to park when they visit.
And they will want to visit because the sun-drenched rear garden is a well-designed space that continues the sociable vibe the house presents, with seamless access to the sizeable patio as the main alfresco dining area from the living room or conservatory.
The rear outdoor space is a low-maintenance entertainment oasis that focuses on more time spent with family and friends rather than with the lawn mower, it offers more moments to relax in the sun with friends than fighting with hardy weeds. A pergola is a happy home for a hot tub, that will be a magnet for visitors who will need no encouragement to hop in, or the space could be used as a covered alfresco eating area.
There are large, pretty shrubs that add foliage interest and softness to the space, and the chance to add more and enjoy filling pots with flowers, and with a couple of bonus garden sheds there's plenty of practical storage space as a home for the gardening tools.
AGENTS NOTE: We are advised by the current owners that the solar panels located on the roof are leased.
Solar panels lease term - 25 years from July 2012.
The hot tub is available by separate negotiation.
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