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This exceptional property not only offers a comfortable living space but also provides an array of superb amenities and convenient connections to the road network, making it an ideal choice for modern living.
As you step inside, you are greeted by a tastefully designed living space adorned with elegant wall panelling in a soothing olive tone. The seamless transition from the living area to the kitchen creates a harmonious flow throughout the ground floor. The kitchen itself is reminiscent of a stylish New York loft. Exposed brickwork adds a touch of urban sophistication, while the solid wood worktops exude a warm and natural ambiance. The shaker style units, finished in a sophisticated shade of grey, not only enhance the aesthetics but also offer an abundance of storage space for all your culinary needs. Equipped with modern appliances, including an electric oven and a five-ring gas burner, the kitchen effortlessly blends style and functionality.
Venturing upstairs, you will discover two well-appointed bedrooms, providing peaceful retreats for relaxation and rejuvenation. Each bedroom offers a tranquil atmosphere, allowing you to unwind and recharge after a long day.
Outside, the property boasts a delightful patio area, perfect for enjoying outdoor gatherings or simply basking in the fresh air. Beyond the patio, an astro turf area provides a year round space to take advantage of the weather. Additionally, a practical storage shed is available, offering a convenient solution for keeping you garden tools organised and easily accessible.
- Tenure: Freehold
- EPC Rating: D
- Council Tax Band: D
- Gas Heating
An up and coming area...
Sitting on the outskirts of Newport, but close by to Bristol and Cardiff, is Rogerstone. Home to the award-winning Welsh brewery Tiny Rebel, which was conjured up by two brothers in their dads garage, this place is forever becoming more exciting.
The area is home to the gorgeous Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, which is an idyllic place to mooch around on foot or wheels – time stands still and history overwhelms. The locks have been restored and the Café at the visitor centre is a popular point to congregate and natter over a latte.
Rogerstone is perfect for families as it’s home to a selection of great primary schools. It’s not uncommon for people move to the area just for this reason, especially Bassaleg High School. Catchment plays a big role in whether your child can attend the school, and with education being a high priority for many of our buyers. Mount Pleasant Primary is another notable mention, which made the papers in 2014 when Barack Obama famously paid it a visit.
The area has two train stations, Rogerstone and Pye Corner, which both have lines that run to Cardiff.
...well connected to the city
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: What! for a bargain and to add some greenery into your life.
- Supermarket: Take your pick.
- Pubs: Who needs a pub when you have Tiny Rebel!? Stay Puft is our fave.