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It’s a desirable neighbourhood where No.8 sits proudly; its imposing, elegant façade enticing you in. From the outset, the high ceilings that first greet you in the entrance hall provide a wonderful feeling of airiness and space, and a nod to 1930s opulence. There’s smart wooden flooring throughout the ground floor, which adds to the character, and walls are painted in shades of duck egg and calming, muted tones.
A sizeable, open plan living and dining room awaits. There’s bags of room to accommodate all the family gathered round the table for supper, and the comfiest of sofas for some chill out time. Light streams in through a gorgeous bay window to the front, and double doors to the rear, which open up onto the garden. Perfect for balmy summer evenings. There’s alcove shelving and fitted cupboards to keep everywhere as neat as a pin, and a cast iron, tiled fireplace with granite hearth.
The colour palette continues in the extended kitchen with glazed wall tiles and scrumptious white shaker-style cabinets. Contrasting solid oak worktops are plentiful and there’s a varied range of integrated appliances, a double oven and induction hob. Again, doors open up to the garden and flood the area with natural daylight.
Four good-sized bedrooms are split evenly across the first and second floors. One of the spacious double bedrooms on the first floor is currently used as an office (broadband is ultrafast) whilst the other features a bay with bright, triple windows and tasteful sage green walls.
The family bathroom is finished in contemporary grey with contrasting white metro tiles. There’s a freestanding bath for the daddy of all soaks too.
The principal bedroom is on the second floor and incorporates an en suite bathroom and a mezzanine that would work really well as an office or a playroom. Tweens and teens would have a ball here. And the fourth double bedroom has garden views.
Outside, to the front there’s a paved driveway with off-road parking, and convenient side access to the rear courtyard garden. Sip a cool drink on the decked area (a real suntrap) and entertain al fresco. Raised planters with a range of flowering perennials add a splash of colour without being high maintenance. Leaving you more time for enjoyment. And a little zen.
- Three words : Generously-proportioned. 1930s. Handsome.
- Tenure - Freehold
- Local Council Authority - Newport
- Council Tax Band - D
- Broadband Speed - Ultrafast
- Services - Water, Gas, Electric
- East facing property
- Total Internal Size - 203 sq.m
- What3words - ///stick.wiping.damage
- EPC Rating - D
The friendly hustle and bustle...
You have the best of both worlds…Friars walk shopping centre is on your doorstep which hosts a gym, Cineworld, all the restaurants you could dream of, as well as a museum! The variety of architecture is inspiring; you can’t miss the uber cool university building.
Watching the water flow through town day and night is definitely one of our favourite past times. Golden hour never looked so pretty. In the day, you can watch all the comings and goings of wildlife and people. Amongst the riverside cafes and restaurants you’ll come across Jack in Quarters Coffee who serves a wicked one whatever the weather. Mr Clarke’s favourite is The Pod for one of their speciality gins. Be sure to say hi to Oli & Paul who are the lovely owners.
On the other side of you, you have Belle Vue park where you can grab a picnic and catch up with pals on the lush lawns. If you’re into rugby or football, then you’ll be pleased to know that Rodney Parade isn’t that far away. Sometimes if the winds blowing in the right direction, you can hear the cheers of the crowds.
Who needs a car when you have everything in walking distance? Newport train station is a few minutes away, so you can be well on your way to a further afield adventure in no time. Other things that are nice to know are nearby; the hospital, car parks for when visitors come to stay, passport office for when you want to jet off, and all the major supermarket brands. If you have little ones, Maindee Primary School is a great choice.
...and good time vibes!
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: All the specialist shops you may need are on your doorstep. Easy peasy!
- Supermarket: Take your pick.
- Pubs: The Potters offer a beaut rooftop garden.
- Walks: Endless river walks in every direction.