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Set back from a well liked avenue sits a handsome 1930s property, rich in period features yet beautifully equipped for modern living. Generously proportioned and stylishly decorated, it has fabulous family home written all over it.
Step inside and the lovely entrance hall welcomes you with space and with light. Drop your shoulders and relax - you’re home. Neatly tucked under the stairs is a downstairs WC, and original parquet flooring sets the tone for the wealth of period features that run throughout. Along with picture rails and original doors, there’s also an array of gorgeous stained glass windows.
The front reception room basks in natural daylight, thanks to the large bay window, and drinks in views of the front garden. A feature fireplace with a log burner steals the show and you won’t want to stray far from its warming glow on a cold winter’s evening.
There’s a further generous fireplace in the second reception room; this time with an open fire (we’re salivating at the thought of toasted crumpets oozing with Welsh butter…) but a log burner would be equally as lovely if one simply isn’t enough! French doors open onto the rear garden, allowing you to step out onto the patio with that cup of coffee or glass of wine. Enjoy classy dining here, or simply lounge around. Whichever you choose, it promises quality family time.
The dining kitchen with a breakfast bar is home to family brunches and good conversation. From here, you can enjoy further garden views whilst you channel your inner Nigel or Nigella and whip up a feast with your range of integrated appliances. Traditional, solid wooden cabinets balance the modernity of this well-thought-out, extended space.
Pad up the thick, carpeted stairs to the luxurious bathroom. Fully tiled from top to toe, it radiates boutique hotel vibes. There’s a separate shower as well as a contemporary bath whether you need a lively refresh or a long soak.
You’ll also find three good-sized bedrooms on this floor. A beautiful bay window and fitted wardrobes grace the front double bedroom, whilst the rear double enjoys a garden vista. Both accommodate king-size beds easily so stretch out to your heart’s content! And the single room is a lovely space for a child or guest bedroom. There’s a bona fide loft ladder on the landing to access the roof space as well.
The long frontage and extensive front garden with a mature hedge make it wonderfully peaceful and private, while the ample driveway accommodates several cars with ease. And there’s even additional parking on the Avenue itself if required. No need to limit the guest list when entertaining here. There’s storage galore in the tandem garage. Being fully connected to the services, it would make a marvellous utility room.
Like the front, the rear garden is private and spacious, and there’s plenty of room to play games on the lawn and host summer BBQs on the raised decking area. Take it easy under the pergola, intertwined with fragrant wisteria, whilst catching the very last rays of sunshine.
- Three words : Traditional. Well-proportioned. Dependable.
- Tenure - Freehold
- Local Council Authority - Newport
- Council Tax Band - F
- Broadband Speed - Superfast
- EPC - D
- Services - Water, Gas, Electric
- What3words - moods.fear.remark
- Total Internal Size - 148 sq. ft
- Beautiful 1930s semi with original features
Well connected & friendly
Natural beauty spots, such as Allt-yr-Yn Nature Reserve and Newport Wetlands are either within easy walking distance or super accessible by road. Tredegar Park is on a National Trust spot and Fourteen Locks Canal Centre and Walk is a fabulous flight of 14 locks to explore. If all that works up a hunger, why not retreat to the trendy TIny Rebel brewery or Friars Walk for a loaded burger, or perhaps The Ridgeway Bistro and Pub is more your thing? Either way, there’s good food and a crisp beverage waiting to welcome you in to this community.
Ridgeway sits within a loving community or families and professionals. The home itself has been so well looked after and upgraded through the years, with excellent transport links via the M4 and M5, and a short drive to Cardiff and Bristol airport, Ridgeway could be just the spot to return home to, comforting, easy-going and with plenty of potential for the future.
The perfect place to call home
- Stores: There's some quirky cafés, bars and restaurants, artisan bakeries and independent stores.
- Supermarket: You've got a choice of all the major supermarkets only a short drive away.
- Walks: The canal side is perfect for a dog walk.