Ash Tree Road, Caldicot, Caerwent, Monmouthshire, NP26 5NU
Superbly presented three bedroom semi detached property, on the outer edge of an established development in the village of Caerwent. Offering rural living within ten minutes drive of the M4 corridor with fast commuter links to Cardiff, Bristol, Newport and beyond This delightful family home is absolutely move in ready. The property comprises of entrance hall way with cloakroom. Leading through into the light, airy and neutrally decorated living room, the kitchen/diner sit along the rear of the property. The kitchen is well appointed offering plentiful cupboard and storage space with attractive units and work tops, space for a large fridge freezer as well as all other modern appliances. The dining area benefits from a patio door leading out into the enclosed rear garden. Upstairs there are three nicely proportioned bedrooms , the master bedroom boasts an inviting ensuite. There is also a family bathroom. The rear garden offers a lovely oasis of pretty planting with established shrubs offering some privacy and a sunny decked seating area. The property also has two allocated parking spaces. This immaculate family home could be just what you are looking for! Please call Nathan James to book your viewing appointment 01291 421600.
Council Tax Band D
Kitchen/ Dining 4.55m (14′ 11″) x 2.74m (9′ 0″)
Lounge 5.36m (17′ 7″) x 4.57m (15′ 0″)
Cloakroom 1.76m (5′ 9″) x 0.88m (2′ 11″)
Bedroom One 2.57m (8′ 5″) x 3.54m (11′ 7″)
En Suite 1.37m (4′ 6″) x 2.56m (8′ 5″)
Bedroom Two 2.57m (8′ 5″) x 3.11m (10′ 2″)
Bedroom Three 2.66m (8′ 9″) x 1.92m (6′ 4″)
.DISCLAIMER-Strictly by appointment with Nathan James. You are advised to obtain a survey & establish that all appliances and services etc. Are to your satisfaction before submitting your offer. These property details are subject to change without notice. The property will be sold subject to any Wayleaves, Public or Private Rights of Way, Easements, Covenants & outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Approx. Room dimensions are usually taken as the maximum distance between the walls. Definition of boundaries will need to be clarified by the vendors’ solicitors. In respect of any new properties, the developers reserve the right to alter the specification at any build point, without any notice whatsoever.
CAERWENT Caerwent (Welsh: Caer-went) is a village in Monmouthshire, Wales. It is located about five miles west of Chepstow and eleven miles east of Newport, and was founded by the Romans as the market town of Venta Silurum, an important settlement of the Brythonic Silures tribe. The modern village is built around the Roman ruins, which are some of the best-preserved in Europe.It has easy access by Motorway and Rail to both Cardiff and Bristol. The nearest local town is Caldicot, where you will find a flat shopping centre with free parking, and there are twice weekly markets in the town centre. Caldicot has an active leisure centre with swimming pool and there are several golf courses nearby. The town is proud of its history, and its Medieval Castle with spacious grounds and Country Park which are free for local residents to use.For more information see www.caerwent.com