About the property

We are pleased to present this four bedroom detached home situated on the new Redrow site on the edge of the village of Sudbrook. Located 4 miles south west of Chepstow and 1 mile east of Caldicot and close to the Second Severn the village has excellent links to the M4 corridor. Originally known as Southbrook, most of Sudbrook was built as a new village for workers on the Severn Tunnel, on which construction began in 1873. The first cottages were built by contractor Thomas A. Walker in 1877, and rapid development took place over the next decade, including a school, post office, mission hall and infirmary. Some of the houses - originally known as Concrete Row - are believed to be the first concrete houses built in Britain. Immaculately presented throughout, the property offers accommodation comprising: Cloakroom; Living room; Kitchen/Dining Room and Utility/Side Porch to the ground floor. To the first floor there is a Master Bedroom with large en-suite; Three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property has well maintained front and rear gardens, along with a tarmac drive-way to the side with parking for three cars, the driveway leads to a detached garage. The south facing rear garden has been landscaped and offers a combination of patio area, lawned gardens and a raised vegetable bed. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Redrow Cambridge' detached home.
  • Four bedroomed detached house
  • Well-presented throughout.
  • Detached garage and driveway.
  • South facing rear garden.
  • Viewings highly recommended.

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Chepstow

30 High Street

Chepstow

Momouthshire

NP16 5LJ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01291 626262

chepstow@archerandco.com

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We are fortunate to sell and let a huge variety of property in one of the most beautiful regions of Britain. Set within glorious unspoilt countryside straddling the English Welsh borders are picturesque villages.