Bond Street, Newport, NP19

Under Offer £172,995

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Open House Newport estate agents invite you to view this unique city based two-bedroomed house with river views. Your first chance to view this property is from 12pm on Saturday 30th July – strictly by appointment only.

This well maintained and individual home which oozes personality, offers two large bedrooms, a family bathroom, galley style kitchen and breakfast area along with a large living and dining space. Traditional details are abundant and to the rear of the property is a wonderful outdoor paved garden with a lush coverage of green trees to the rear.

Live here if you want to be close to the city centre and transport links, but aspire to river views and a secluded feel.


Arriving at the property
Bond Street is easily accessed by road or on foot and offers a range of traditional terraced houses. With on-road parking, the property faces the river Usk and offers views across the city.

Front of house
Entrance is gained via an attractive terracotta coloured door with gold hardware, offering period charm and kerb appeal. From the moment you step into the property, and see the beautifully tiled patterned floor, you begin to appreciate the heritage details of the house. With the hallway separated from the living room via a wooden and glazed door, there is a sense of anticipation as you enter into the main living space.

Lounge 6.87m (22' 6') x 4.65m (15' 3')
A traditional wooden laminate floor in oak tones sets the scene for a light and airy living space painted in neutral colours. With its ornate fireplace, shelved alcoves, high ceilings and shuttered windows there is a wealth of character perfectly combined with ample room for open plan living.

With room for a dining area as well as a perfect understairs work zone, the space leads into the kitchen as well as offering patio doors out onto the rear paved garden. The open stairs with access to the first floor is neatly located to the side of the living space with the open treads giving a wonderful apartment feel within a traditional home.

Kitchen 3.88m (12' 9') x 2.66m (8' 9')
The heart of any home, the galley style kitchen is beautifully decorated with tiles that tie in with the period features of this charming house. With neutral and wooden tones, the kitchen is fitted with modern appliances including a gas hob and integrated oven and grill. There is also a built-in breakfast bar where you can sit and enjoy the garden view whilst enjoying breakfast before heading out for your exciting city life.

Family Bathroom 2.66m (8' 9') x 1.72m (5' 8')
Accessed off the kitchen, the ground floor family bathroom comprises a generously size corner quadrant shower, toilet and sink and is again decorated in neutral tones with white wall tiles, making it appealing to all and ready to use from the moment you walk into your new home. The patterned floor tile theme continues, with grey and black tiles again nodding graciously towards the period features of the house.


Main Bedroom 4.65m (15' 3') x 3.60m (11' 10')
This front-facing main bedroom offers generous floor space, with room for large wardrobes and king size bed. Alcove areas provide additional space. Two windows help flood the
room with natural light and give you the best river views in the house. Wake up in your new home and feel soothed every day. White walls and a grey carpet bring it in line with current trends, making it the perfect blank canvas to add your own style and personality.

Bedroom Two 3.65m (12' 0') x 3.60m (11' 10')
Accessed off the landing, bedroom two is located to the rear of the house and is of an equally generous size. With plenty of room for a double bed, additional furniture and also featuring the wonderful alcoves prevalent throughout the property, a large window provides a view to the outside garden. With the house located close to the city centre, you'd never be short of guests looking to enjoy the charm of your new home.

Back Garden
Enjoy the options that this enclosed back garden provides. With a paved patio area along with a further raised area at the end of the garden, the space is perfect for creating your own private tropical oasis. With space for several seating areas, evening barbeques and alfresco dining are a must. The garden is the perfect low maintenance space for young professionals but also benefits from plenty of sunshine for those lazy weekends after a busy working week.

  • Close to Local Amenities & City Centre
  • Excellent M4 commute
  • Quiet Location
  • Well Presented Throughout
  • Full of Character
  • Riverside Views
  • 2 Large Bedrooms
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