Tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac in a popular, family-friendly area of Chepstow, this three-bed end of terrace house offers recently modernised, sociable interiors and a sunny, low maintenance garden. Added benefits include principal bedroom en-suite, garage and off-road parking for two cars.
On the edge of the popular market town of Chepstow with rolling fields on one side and quiet residential roads that lead into the town centre on the other, this modern home for sale with no chain offers the best of both worlds.
The recently redecorated and recarpeted three-bed abode is nestled within the quiet and sought after neighbourhood of Woolpitch, an area that boasts a myriad of peaceful roads lined with attractive brick and stone facade properties. The family-friendly area offers a choice of playgrounds for the children to enjoy and refreshing and attractive walks with the dog around the open and undulating landscape and woodlands around Woolpitch Community Orchard - and all are just around the corner from this light-filled, inviting home.
From the front door of this appealing red brick house Chepstow Community Hospital and local primary and secondary schools are within walking distance too.
The house offers a generous lounge with seamless connection to the sunny, low maintenance garden, a sociable kitchen diner, and a principal bedroom that can boast an en-suite and built-in storage.
The cars as well as the humans are happy living here too, with a garage and off-road parking for two vehicles, a hidden bonus to the other end of the terrace.
The variety of shopping and socialising opportunities that Chepstow town centre can offer are about two miles away, a 25 minute walk that also includes the chance to wander around the grounds of the majestic castle and chances to stroll along the River Wye's route accompanied by glorious views of the Wye Valley. The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Forest of Dean are both just a short drive away offering multiple chances to make lifelong memories surrounded by two of the most gorgeous landscapes in the UK. Access to explore further afield is easy too, with the nearby A466 leading to the M48 and M4 routes to Bristol, Newport and Cardiff, a railway station and a bus station.
Found along a quiet, dead-end residential road this pretty and unique red brick house demands attention with its distinctive facade and towering roofline not replicated along the adjacent streetscene.
The visually pleasing facade welcomes with a central door leading into a light and inviting hallway that starts the journey through a newly decorated and carpeted home.
The warm wood flooring underfoot is a pleasing addition to this first space, flowing into the handy cloakroom too.
From this delightful hall there is an enticing view straight through the heart of the house via the lounge and then out into the sunny garden beyond via patio doors.
But shoes must come off and then be stored in a hidden cupboard under the stairs before entering the lounge as it happily boasts new carpet to sink your toes into as you enter this sun-drenched space.
The spacious reception room is the ideal place to entertain in the colder months, with comfortable and squishy sofas nestled around the fireplace focal point.
With dual aspect views thanks to the side window and patio doors, light is a constant companion until the space transforms into a pleasant and intimate evening room.
During the summertime, when the temperatures rise, the patio door opens to offer seamless access to the outside and inviting refreshing summer breezes to start wafting inside.
The modern kitchen is found at the front of the house and can boast a bonus dining space surrounded by light via its dual aspect windows.
There's a single oven and hob with extractor fan above and, although there's space for a washing machine and dishwasher, the view of the street from the sink might be an attractive option for washing the dishes too.
This versatile and sociable kitchen diner can happily welcome a slow and relaxed Sunday brunch, a hectic school morning breakfast rush, a light lunch with friends, and a sociable supper with the family.
The three-bed, end of terrace house continues offering light and modern, newly updated spaces upstairs.
The principal bedroom suite is an area of peace and privacy. Once the door from the landing is shut this dedicated space includes an ensuite shower room and a built-in wardrobe at the entrance before the room opens out into the main slumber space.
The second bedroom can boast built-in storage too, as well as new carpets that flow throughout the first floor bedrooms via the central landing.
The family bathroom has also been afforded a modern makeover that ensures this lovely and light family home is a property where no work is required, allowing more time for entertaining, exploring the open-spaces of the area, and enjoying time spent with friends and family in the rear garden.Outside
- Nestled along a quiet cul-de-sac at the end of a terrace, this modern turn-key home can entice with no work needed to be done inside, and this extends to the outside spaces too. The front garden is actually a side garden and is a pretty parcel of lawn, shrubs and low-level hedge that frames the approach to the home from one direction.
To the other side of the home's attractive brick facade is the low maintenance rear garden which is a sunny slice of outdoor heaven seamlessly connected to the lounge via patio doors. The patio has garden party proportions, and more time can be spent entertaining than mowing as the house also comes with artificial grass. The extra circular patio that is an island of multi-toned stone in the middle of the green grass, coupled with the gravel area at the end of the garden, adds more seating options as well as a chance to follow the sun as it moves during the day.
The end of the garden is home to a tree to provide shade from the strongest rays, as well as this area offering the space for some home-grown produce to join the foliage.
The garden can be accessed from the street via a handy gate which also provides access to the garage without traipsing through the house. The cars will be as happy as the humans here, with off-road parking for two vehicles provided, as well as the garage, found at the other end of the terrace, via a driveway.
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