Clevedon Road, Newport. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

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Clevedon Road, Newport

Guide Price £450000

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  • 3Living Spaces
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms

Mike thinks:
The panoramic vistas of the Severn Estuary and Principality Stadium are sublime.

Welcome to this wonderful forever home, offering breathtaking views and executive living over three floors.

Mike loves:
The garden is incredible. I can picture summer barbecues here with friends and family.

Situated in Newport, it boasts one of the highest positions in the area, providing panoramic vistas of the Severn Estuary and Principality Stadium from the front balcony. In addition, the rear of the property offers stunning views extending all the way to the Sugar Loaf and beyond Abergavenny. Prepare to be captivated by these outstanding views.

Upon entering, a large welcoming hallway off the porch greets you with grand high ceilings and a gorgeous period wooden staircase, adding a touch of elegance to the property.

The lounge is a generous living space, perfect for entertaining. It boasts high ceilings, plaster coving, and solid wood flooring. The room features an impressive stone hearth and a log burner, creating a cozy atmosphere for those chilly nights. Through the large bay window, you can admire the perfectly manicured front lawn, mature shrubs, and a delightful alfresco-style secret snug, ideal for enjoying summer evenings. The room is bathed in sunlight, creating a warm and inviting ambiance. Adjacent to the lounge is a versatile space that can serve as a snug, reading room, or additional dining area. It features built-in storage units with large, full-length light oak doors. This space also accommodates a convenient downstairs WC.

This homes spacious and charming kitchen features neutral wood fitted cabinetry with easy-to-clean worktops and a terracotta tiled floor. It is equipped with integrated appliances such as a dishwasher, and there is ample space for a range cooker, American fridge freezer, and a washing machine/tumble dryer. The large window overlooking the rear garden allows you to enjoy the sight and sounds of the abundant birdlife and wildlife that inhabit the expansive rear garden.

Continuing through to the rear lounge, you'll be impressed by the arched fireplace with a log burner and more stunning garden views through a large feature bay window. The solid wood flooring adds to the elegance of the space.

The bedrooms in this home are spacious and offer impressive views. The main bedroom is particularly remarkable, with ample space and breathtaking views to the front. The light tone decor enhances the brightness provided by the large double window. Bedroom 2 continues the theme of high ceilings and incredible views, this time to the rear. Currently used as a hobby room, it can easily accommodate guests. The third double bedroom features French doors leading to the balcony, allowing you to fully appreciate the spectacular views over Newport and beyond. It offers the perfect spot to relax and enjoy warm evenings.

The luxurious travertine-tiled bathroom is complemented by warm-tone wooden flooring. This sunlit space features a roll-top bath, a shower, a pedestal sink, a WC, and a storage cupboard, adding a touch of elegance and functionality.

Additional rooms upstairs include a large attic room/Bedroom 4, currently used as a home office. It boasts Velux windows and eaves storage, making it suitable as a master bedroom or games room. This room has its own door and stairs leading from the first-floor landing, offering views of the rear garden.

Outside, the property boasts delightful spaces both at the front and rear. As you enter through the cast iron gate, a pathway leads you through the landscaped front garden to the stunning home. The large wooden double doors open into a front porch, which serves as a practical space for shoe and coat storage, featuring gorgeous original stone walls that complement the tiled flooring. The rear of the property offers a landscaped garden with a patio area, ideal for barbecues and alfresco dining. The lawn is surrounded by mature planted borders and extends to a raised decked area at the rear, providing breathtaking views of the Sugar Loaf and beyond Abergavenny. Additionally, there is a lower secret garden with trees and shrubs, along with an adventure treehouse featuring an activity climbing wall and a rope bridge, perfect for children and outdoor enthusiasts alike.

  • Three words :  Location. Views. Style.

Beechwood Newport

A collection of greenery in Newport

Beechwood Newport

This area of the city is a typical victorian suburb, only a few miles out from the city centre and sits in between two main arteries of the city, lying at the foot of the Christchurch Hill. Beechwood Park is right on your doorstep so you can look forward to weekend strolls in crunchy-leaf Autumn through to summery picnic days. If you want to indulge, head to the 5 star luxury Celtic Manor (which is a five-minute drive away up Christchurch) to top up on your golf skills, or pamper yourself with a facial and relax in the jacuzzi.

Kitting out your new home will be easy if you go and speak to Paul in Beechwood Beds, and if its a candle you’re after then he has plenty of these too. If your taste in furniture is somewhat more vintage the Umbrella Project has loads of pieces ready painted in Annie Sloan’s Paris Grey which is just down the road in Maindee. It’s worth making a morning of treasure hunting here to be honest! Pretty much next door is what is fast becoming an icon – especially if you have a sweet tooth – Beth Bakes. The most delicious cakes and sweet things…bring a rucksack.

Newport’s more established food icon, Palfrey’s is a stone throw away, where the Beef Wellington prepared by butcher Mark will become a weekly staple. If you like Middle Eastern cuisine then Sen BBQ fights for supremacy in our house…which I’m sure is the same in many homes across the city. You get to know the coffee shop owners here, and everyone is super friendly, so you will feel welcomed for sure.

Maindee is served by some cracking primary schools; Eveswell, and St Julians Comprehensive is not too far away either. 
You’re well connected here too. There’s plenty of great transport links throughout the city so when Christmas shopping calls, you don’t need the headache of finding somewhere to park. If you’re heading further afield, turn onto Chepstow Road and you can be on the M4 within a few minutes, or head northeast from there and the countryside awaits at Wentwood Forest – wonderful!

Friendly vibes & great food

  • Closest village/town: The green heart of Newport
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: Lots of unique gems
  • Supermarket: There's local delis & butchers - what a treat!
  • Walks: So many parks nearby (and a golf course!)