Welsh Oak Way, Newport

Guide Price £350000

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 3Bathrooms

Mike thinks:
There's a great supportive and friendly local community with many sporting and activity groups.

A gorgeous, large semi-detached townhouse tucked away down a quiet cul-de-sac. This property is close to lots of amenities and also lots of green space, making it ideal for families.

Mike loves:
The spacious living room. Light and airy, a really lovely space to spend time with friends and family.

The property is also very accessible, it has convenient access to the M4 as well as Pye Corner train station which has direct trains to Cardiff.When you drive up to the property you notice how quiet the cul-de-sac is, with no thoroughfare, making it ideal for children to play in the street without worry. This property has the benefit of a double driveway and a garage so there is no need for off-road parking. There is access to the rear garden from the driveway which has a stunning patio that is ideal for sitting outside with a cocktail in the warmer months.

The hallway from the front door leads to the stunning living room which spans the width of the property and has large double doors opening out onto the garden. The family kitchen boasts a stunning bay window at the front of the property looking out down the road. It has an integrated large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob and plenty of storage space. There is also space for a dining table here.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms. The light and airy master bedroom suite on the top floor of the property boasts an en-suite with dual-aspect windows to the front and back of the property and stunning views across of the hills up The Valley, perfect to enjoy with your morning coffee. The master also features stunning built-in wardrobes which maintain a clear and uncluttered feel. The remaining two large double bedrooms are on the middle floor, along with the 4th bedroom which is currently used as a study, and a family bathroom.

The property is in the catchment area for multiple well-regarded Newport Primary Schools and Bassaleg Secondary School. The property is close to a variety of local coffee shops and restaurants and has a lovely community feel of families, young professionals, and those who have retired.

  • Three words :  Calm. Stylish. Spacious.


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.