Clevedon Road, Newport, NP19

Sold Subject to Contract £434,950

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This is a 'once-in-a-generation' opportunity to buy a truly spectacular forever home. This is the first time the house has been presented to the market in nearly three decades. Thought at one time to be one of the highest homes in Newport, enjoy views of the Severn Estuary and along to the Principality Stadium in Cardiff from the front balcony – and enjoys views as far as Abergavenny as you sit in your back garden. To be sold with vacant possession and no upward chain.

Open House Newport estate agents invite you to view this highly desirable and fabulously presented four bedroom semi-detached house. Your first chance to view this property is from 2.00pm on Sunday 11th July 2021 – strictly by appointment only. Viewing spaces are limited and we recommend securing your appointment at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.

This beautifully curated home offers affordable executive living over three floors, with ample room for a growing family. Expect to find a selection of good sized bedrooms, versatile ground floor living areas and delightful gardens. Live here if you want to enjoy some of the most breath-taking views the city has to offer. Live here if you want to be just a few minutes' drive from the Celtic Manor Resort, with easily accessible commutes to Cardiff, Bristol and beyond. Just live here.

The property is only offered for sale to buyers who are in position to proceed by being in at least one of the following three positions:

• their house already on the market for sale or sold subject to contract;
• with a mortgage approval in principle or cleared funds;
• a valuation of the property they intend to sell carried out by Open House Newport Estate Agents.

Due to the new ways of working created by the current situation, for the wellbeing of our clients, customers and staff, we are unable to provide viewings of properties on a speculative basis only. Proceedable viewings, as described here, are only are available at this time. For more information on this property, please visit the @NewportOpenHouse Facebook page, for additional imagery and our advertising video.

Arriving at the property:
Your next home is best approached from Clevedon Road's upper junction with Christchurch Road, near the junction with St Julian's Road. The gentle assent will help you acclimatise before you arrive at the dizzy heights of number 52. Park up, look up at the branches of the majestic neighbouring tree, branches gently waving in approval as you walk up to the front gate.

Front garden:
The front garden is picture postcard perfect. A beautiful lawn and borders of mature shrubs are surely due a rosette from Chelsea. A corner of inspired topiary creates an intimate alfresco snug, perfect for an après work cocktail. Walk along the garden path to the imposing front porch.

Entrance Hall:
Grand homes have a grand entrance – and this is no exception. The aesthetic is a winning combination of dark woods and warm natural stone. And it just gets better from here.

Hall:
From the moment you step into the property, you are immediately immersed in the interior's considered curation delivering stylish living with period chic. A freshly laid neutral carpet leads on to the lounge, dining room, and stairs to the first and second floor accommodation.

Lounge:
Full of fabulous features, the lounge is an incredible centre piece of this house. Take a moment to admire the impressive hearth, complete with wood-burner and log store; take another to marvel at the stained-glass window; step forward to the bay window with its sympathetically upgraded row of sash-style windows. They say there's no place like home; so why not just sit back and relax as you contemplate your new life in Clevedon Road.

Dining Room:
Opposite the main entrance is the spacious dining room. What secrets from lavish soirées do the walls already hold? A fabulous feature fire place adds character to this impressive formal room enjoying views of the back garden. Put the champagne on ice; light the candles and summon your guests – dinner is served.

Drawing Room:
Connecting the lounge and kitchen you will find a versatile space that would make an ideal reading or music room, snug or study. Fitted cupboards offer generous amounts of storage, adjacent to the ground floor toilet.

Toilet Cloakroom:
Period features with a vintage twist, create a quintessentially perfect cloakroom environment for your family and guests. The first floor cloakroom comprises a toilet and sink. Located in the occasional room off the kitchen, it is ideally positioned for your garden party guests.

Kitchen:
The beating heart of any home, this four bedroom house offers a fitted kitchen with ample room to sit and dine at breakfast. Here you will find the space and inspiration to create leisurely breakfasts, long lunches and treats for family parties in your magnificent back garden. Presented in cream tones, the fitted kitchen comprises a suite of units discretely offering ample storage. For your culinary endeavours, the kitchen includes a range cooker, kitchen sink with views that delight and distract from the task in hand in equal measures.

Main Bedroom:
Style and sophistication are the order of the day; you can be forgiven for thinking that you have stepped into a luxury hotel bedroom. This beautifully presented front-facing main bedroom offers generous floor space. Take in the views across the city, to the Transporter Bridge and across the Severn Estuary to the eponymous West Country settlement of Clevedon.

Bedroom Two:
The finesse and warmth of presentation seamlessly continues into bedroom two. This welcoming double bedroom enjoys views to the rear of the property – and beyond. Comfortably able to accommodate a double bed and free standing furniture, the room is presented in a palette of neutral tones with more freshly laid carpet.

Bedroom Three:
The third double bedroom enjoys the added benefit of a door to the front-facing first floor balcony. Is that the Principality Stadium in distance? Flat Holm and Steep Holm sit in peaceful oblivion as the waters of the Severn ebb and flow. What a room. What a view.

Attic Room Bedroom Four:
The fourth and final bedroom has its own door and stairs leading from the first floor landing. With views to the rear of the house, it is presented as an ideal studio, bedroom or work-from-home study. The neighbouring property has transformed this space with a dramatic dorma-balcony opening up the second floor views to Abergavenny.

Family Bathroom:
Run a luxurious bath - take a glass of your favourite refreshment – and lock the door. Don't worry about the time you spend in there – that's why the home has alternative toilet facilities. Those gently soaking their cares away will enjoy this white suite comprising roll-top bath and a separate shower cubicle, wash-hand basin, WC, chrome towel rail and fabulous natural wall and floor ceramics.

Back Garden:
You cannot fail to enjoy the options that this landscaped back garden provides. The garden benefits from a patio area ideal for barbeques and alfresco dining – a bottle of something sparkling is the perfect accompaniment. The lawn with maturing planted borders extends to the rear decked viewing platform with some of the best views of Gwent available in a domestic setting. Be warned, garden party guest my never leave. In addition to the breath-taking views, the garden also enjoys a lower secret garden with shrubs and trees gently secluding the purpose built adventure tree house with activity climbing wall. Will you brave the rope footbridge to take on this outdoor pursuit – or perhaps just leave it to the children – more wine anyone?

For your health and wellbeing:
We fully recommend a drive-by viewing of all of our listed properties before contacting us to book an internal viewing appointment. Please make sure you have viewed all of the available online marketing material to avoid any unnecessary physical appointments. Please do not ask to book a viewing if you have symptoms of Covid-19; have been recently been contacted by a Track & Trace scheme; or are awaiting the results of a Covid-19 test. At your viewing appointment the following rules will apply:

1 - Only 2 people from the same household are able to view at the same time and we ask politely that no children attend.
2 - You will be required to wear your own face mask. We are unable to provide these.
3 - The viewing must be touchless. Doors will be left open and we will maintain a 2 metre distance at all times.
4 – Internal inspections will be for a maximum of 15 minutes.

  • No upward chain
  • Outstanding views of the Severn Esturary to Cardiff
  • Garden deck with incredible views to Abergavenny
  • Beautiful front garden
  • First time to market in over 30 years
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • Period features
  • Luxurious family bathroom
  • Spacious family lounge
  • Grand dining room
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