Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue, Newport. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

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Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue, Newport

£500,000

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  • 3Living Spaces
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Mike thinks:
Your own slice of ‘Little Switzerland’, named after the gorgeous panoramic views and style.

A proud 1920s home with four double bedrooms, located in a prestigious area, and peppered with original features and stylish touches throughout. It also boasts a generous sun-filled garden.

Mike loves:
The prestigious location and generous 1920s proportions makes for a hard-to-beat family home.

GUIDE PRICE - £500-£525k - Situated on a sought-after, tree-lined Avenue, there’s ample parking for several cars on the block-paved driveway of this large family home. The romantic timber porch is a great space for storing logs and welcomes you into the spacious hallway. You’ll find a contemporary downstairs cloakroom here, and access to no less than three reception rooms. The sitting room is a gorgeous snug with log burning fireplace, solid parquet flooring and a window seat where you can enjoy a steaming mug of cocoa and watch the world go by.

The spacious lounge, with its substantial art deco inspired fireplace, calls for some ‘me-time’, whatever you love doing to unwind. Painted in muted, sage tones, it exudes a wonderful calming radiance. Wonderfully airy, with a large window to the front, it also enjoys garden views to the rear. Dual aspect brightness at its best.

There’s also an adjacent dining room to enjoy a light supper and catch up with all the family, or for more formal entertaining. It’s lovely and bright - making it a versatile space you’ll want to use throughout the day as well – and warm, thanks to the fireplace.

Throw open the French doors to the patio outside and breathe in the fresh air. The vast south-west facing garden is long and undulating; get your daybed ready - it’s an enviable suntrap. Throw BBQs and drinks here in summer, and enjoy the serenity in winter.

Chic, grey, shaker-style cabinets feature in the kitchen, with its solid wood worktops and bespoke oak shelving. Appliances are integrated and there’s a gorgeous white Belfast sink, complementing the white subway tiling. Lighting, meanwhile, is contemporary with accents of copper enhancing the high-end feel even further. Meanwhile, the breakfast bar is the perfect setting for a cappuccino and lazy brunch.

Head upstairs, and the master bedroom with en suite awaits. Featuring a modern shower, vanity unit and chrome towel rail, it’s also a welcoming, bright space thanks to its inset ceiling spotlights and stained glass, leaded window. Whilst in the bedroom itself, high gloss, fitted wardrobes ensure storage is taken care of, and light streams in through the feature bay window.

Three further double bedrooms provide ample space for family life. Two have additional built-in wardrobes, whilst the third features an original character fireplace and picture rail. It’s also worth noting that the generous loft could also be converted, if desired, to provide even more versatile accommodation in this lovely home.

The panelled family bathroom is well equipped; with a white suite including a bath and shower, built-in vanity basin, bidet and large chrome towel rail - perfect for toasty towels after a long soak. Dual stained-glass windows and spotlights ensure this space is filled with light.

  • Three words :  Sought-after. Character. Homely.
Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue, Newport. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue, Newport. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue, Newport. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

Our favourite part
Chic styling intertwined with original features

Around Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue

Local life

Around Allt-Yr-Yn Avenue

The great outdoors is ubiquitous in Newport’s prestigious Ridgeway area, and goes hand in hand with the quality of life enjoyed here. Nearby Allt-Yr-Yn or ‘Hillside of ash trees’ Nature Reserve is ideal for anything from a leisurely amble to an energetic hike. It’s also perfect for wildlife spotting, with 94 different species of birds alone recorded in the area. And the flight of Fourteen Locks is just a few minutes away as well; an engineering feat of the Industrial Revolution, rising 160 feet in just half a mile, with a café serving tasty breakfast sandwiches to revive you after an early morning walk along the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal towpath.

It’s a short walk to the central train station and its links to Cardiff, Bristol, London and beyond, and just a short drive for the M4, with the capital within reach in 2 hours. Prominent architecture, Gaer Fort, Cardiff Bay and the beautiful Severn Estuary provide outstanding views.

There are a number of schools close by, with the highly-regarded Glasllwych Primary School less than a mile away. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to toddler groups, clubs, social activities and fitness classes, as well as Stow Park Tennis Club for a rally with friends.

Visit beautiful Victorian Belle Vue Park or National Trust’s Tredegar House, at the heart of Newport’s heritage. And be sure to stop off for coffee and homemade cake at The Café at Ridgeway. Gem42 is certainly that – an absolute gem for classy Italian cuisine. And Sunday wouldn’t be Sunday without popping into The Ridgeway award-wining bistro bar for a delicious roast dinner and catch up with Manager, Tom. And, for eclectic homeware, try independent Machen Interiors in Caerleon.

Well connected

  • Closest village/town: Caerleon
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: An array of coffee shops, supermarkets and cafes right on your doorstep
  • Pubs: The Ridgeway is our favourite spot for a Sunday roast
  • Walks: Endless rambling routes around The National Trust’s Tredegar House