Bridge View, Magor, Undy, Monmouthshire, NP26 3FT
Beautifully presented three bedroom property situated in the desirable location of Undy. Close to the charming village of Magor, which offers local shops, restaurants, coffee shops and a primary school. Built in 2020 this family home is much loved and cherished. In through the welcoming reception hall the tasteful lounge sits to the front of the property, there is an attractive panelled feature wall and a pleasing bay window. The kitchen/ diner spans the rear of the property, offering a well proportioned space for social dining and entertaining with patio doors leading out onto the rear garden. The kitchen is perfectly appointed with plentiful storage and work space, sleek modern units and integrated oven, hob and extraction. The ground floor also benefits from a cloakroom. Upstairs the master bedroom is light and bright benefiting from a stylish en suite shower room and a pretty view over the communal green space to the front. There are a further two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the rear of the property there is a paved and shingle area directly outside the patio doors, a decked seating area and a further hardstanding perfect for your summer barbecues. To the front of the property there is off road driveway parking for several vehicles. To view this lovely property please call Nathan James on 01291 421600.
Council Tax Band E
Kitchen/Diner 3.43m (11’3″) x 5.56m (18’3″)
Lounge 3.35m (11’0″) x 4.27m (14’0″)
Hall 3.05m (10’0″) x 1.19m (3’11”)
Cloakroom 1.45m (4’9″) x 0.89m (2’11”)
Landing 0.97m (3’2″) x 4.22m (13’10”)
Bedroom One 3.35m (11’0″) x 3.84m (12’7″)
window view Bedroom one
En Suite 1.90m (6’3″) x 1.68m (5’6″)
Bedroom Two 3.05m (10’0″) x 2.57m (8’5″)
Bedroom Three 3.25m (10’8″) x 2.44m (8’0″)
Bathroom 2.62m (8’7″) x 1.68m (5’6″)
Magor and Undy are small villages, in Monmouthshire, South-East Wales, surrounded by beautiful countryside and adjoining the Caldicot levels on the North side of the Severn Estuary. There is easy access by motorway and rail to Cardiff and Bristol. There are currently two infant/junior schools in the area and a comprehensive school approximately 4 miles away in neighbouring Caldicot. There is a doctors surgery in Magor and hospitals are within easy reach in Chepstow and Newport. Magor has a thriving village centre which is host to several shops, pubs and restaurants, including a local post office. The village also has a historic Baptist Church as well as incredible local history with the remains of The Procurators House, some parts of which may date from the 14th century, still standing just off the village square. Magor also hosts an impressive nature reserve in Magor Marsh, which spans 90 acres (36ha) and is a wetland reserve managed by Gwent Wildlife Trust.
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.