Laburnum Terrace, Portskewett, Monmouthshire, NP26 5UJ
This beautiful end of terrace property is in the popular and sought after location of Portskewett. Immaculately presented, this family home is ready for you to simply, unpack your bags and settle right in. The property benefits from a parking space to the front, in through the front door it is immediately clear that this much loved home has been renovated to an exceptionally high standard. The comfortable living room is tastefully decorated whilst retaining some of the original exposed stonework, there is a homely log burner for those cosy winter evenings. The kitchen continues with the charming theme, pristine and functional with flag stone flooring. There is a separate utility room. The tranquil dining area cleverly makes the most of the available space. There is a sitting room to the front of the property currently being utilised as bedroom three, a lovely room complete with a fireplace and solid wood flooring. Upstairs the master bedroom is light and bright while bedroom two is a perfect child’s bedroom. The family bathroom has been finished to a high standard offering a separate shower cubicle and stand alone bath. The attractive garden is fully enclosed offering a tranquil and relaxing space. Do not delay please call Nathan James today to book your viewing appointment 01291 421600.
Council Tax Band D
Kitchen 6.41m (21′ 0″) x 3.06m (10′ 0″)
Dining Room 2.65m (8′ 8″) x 2.77m (9′ 1″)
Utility Room 2.46m (8′ 1″) x 1.66m (5′ 5″)
Lounge 3.95m (13′ 0″) x 4.81m (15′ 9″)
Bedroom Three 3.66m (12′ 0″) x 3.06m (10′ 0″)
Bedroom One 4.80m (15′ 9″) x 3.06m (10′ 0″)
Bedroom Two 3.97m (13′ 0″) x 1.60m (5′ 3″)
Bathroom 2.29m (7′ 6″) x 2.07m (6′ 9″)
PORTSKEWETT-Portskewett (Welsh Porth-is-Coed, meaning “the harbour below the wood”,) is a small village in Monmouthshire 4 miles from Chepstow and 1 mile from Caldicot. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, leading to the Severn Estuary. There is a small village shop, a junior school, doctors surgery, church and a pub close to the village centre.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.
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.