Lighthouse Walk, Newport

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
The spacious and welcoming living room at The Appleby perfectly compliments the wonderful open plan kitchen/dining/family room which sits to the rear of the house, beautifully proportioned with large bifolding doors opening through to the landscaped gardens. The clever flow of the hall floor incorporates a W.C, a door leads to the rear of the garage to the utility area. Upstairs all four bedrooms are spacious doubles, the principle suite having a generous and beautifully presented ensuite and a closet wardrobe. A large family bathroom complete with separate walk in shower showcases the design led choices that our interior designer has specified for .With excellent access to the M4 motorway - commuting to Cardiff, Bristol and further afield is a breeze. More locally, Newport offers fantastic opportunities for employment with many large Plc companies relocating to the area, new out of town shopping malls and fantastic local schools fully support the infrastructure of the race to make Newport a go to destination for homeowners locally and from outside of the area alike.Together with well known restaurant chains and café bars, delve a little deeper and you'll be surprised to find some really outstanding eateries in the area, Bistrot Pierre, Pod and Gem42 on Bridge Street, for example, a discreet little Italian with a larger than life following, offering exemplary tasting menus from award winning chefs. Sporting enthusiasts have the pick of the crop in terms of facilities. The renowned 18 hole Championship Golf Course at Celtic Manor Resort, set within 2,000 acres of panoramic parkland is within an easy ten minute drive, alternatively Llanwern Golf Club is on the doorstep of The Lighthouse Walk. The Geraint Thomas National Velodrome and Newport International Sports Village are a quick two minute walk away and offer nothing but outstanding sporting facilities and opportunities to take part in a plethora of sporting events including athletics, swimming, indoor and outdoor cycling tracks, all racket sport courts as well as astro turf facilities and gym membership. For those who enjoy the great outdoors then the Gold Cliffe Coastal Walk leads you across the Caldicot and Wentloog Levels to meet in the City of Newport, a somewhat challenging but nevertheless fulfilling and interesting walk. A visit to The Gwent Levels is a fantastic day out, designated as an area of Outstanding Historic Interest in Wales having landmarks and the remains of medieval settlements and Roman occupation along the way. A little further afield but well worth the easy journey is The Gower - a mecca for surfers and with some beautiful beaches and pretty coastal villages.Croeso i Casnewydd

Kitchen / Diner 25'10" x 13'5"

Living Room 16'8" x 10'7"

Master Bedroom 12'11" x 10'9"

Bedroom Two 13'8" x 12'2"

Bedroom Three 12'11" x 10'5"

Bedroom Four 11'8" x 8'11"

haart is the seller's agent for this property. Your conveyancer is legally responsible for ensuring any purchase agreement fully protects your position. We make detailed enquiries of the seller to ensure the information provided is as accurate as possible. Please inform us if you become aware of any information being inaccurate

01633 222255

Haart - Newport

11 Bridge Street, Newport

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