3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleHardwick Avenue, Chepstow
- SUPERB BAY FRONTED SEMI DETACHED CHARACTER PROPERTY
- MOST CONVENIENT LOCATION
- THREE BEDROOMS
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- MODERN KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
- SEPARATE UTILITY
- MODERN SHOWER ROOM
- SUNNY GARDENS
- CONVENIENT LOCATION
- GREAT OPPORTUNITY
Believe to date back to the early 1900's with connections to the historic Herbert Lewis Store within the centre of Chepstow, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a stone built semi detached and bay fronted character property, situated a short distance from the market town of Chepstow. The property itself comprises to the ground floor, entrance porch leading to generous reception hall with stairs and half landing to first floor. Access to the kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and bay fronted living room. To the first floor master bedroom with good quality fitted wardrobes and bay window with views. Guest bedrooms 2, 3 and modern shower room. The property benefits from many original features throughout and viewing comes highly recommended. There are also good junior and comprehensive schools nearby. Bus and rail links can be found close at hand whilst the A48, M48 and M4 motorway networks bring Newport, Cardiff and Bristol within easy commuting distance.
Ground Floor -
Entrance Porch - Approached via panelled door. Wood effect flooring. Windows to front and side elevation. Glazed door to reception hall.
Reception Hall - Light and airy reception hall with high ceilings. Stairs to half landing to first floor. Under stairs storage cupboard. Panelled radiator. Original sash window to side elevation. Doors off.
Kitchen - 5.66m maximum measurement to include doorway x 2.7 - Zoned inset spotlighting to plain ceilings. Matching range of maple base and eye level storage units with down lighting. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink and waste disposal unit set into composite worksurfaces all with tiled splashbacks. Space for cooker. Extractor hood and lighting over. Space for upright fridge/freezer. Plumbing and space for dishwasher. Tile effect flooring. Panelled radiator. Breakfast area with breakfast bar and storage cupboard which could be utilised as a study area. TV point and telephone points. Original sash window to side elevation. Glazed window to rear. Door to dining room. Stable door to side elevation.
Dining Room - 3.66m x 3.38m (12' x 11'1) - Original picture rail. Built-in display cabinets. Panelled radiator. Original sash window to rear elevation. Door to reception hall.
Living Room - 4.42m max to recess x 3.63m (14'6 max to recess x - Original picture rail. Original fire surround with marble hearth and backplate. Living flame gas fire inset. Seating area and open storage to bay. Bay window with original sash windows and views.
First Floor Stairs And Landing - Access to loft inspection point which is partly boarded. Doors off.
Bedroom 1 - 4.65m max to bay x 3.18m minimum to built-in wardr - Original picture rail. Range of bespoke Neville Johnson fitted wardrobes and bedside cabinets to remain. Mirrored contemporary style radiator. Bay window to front elevation with original sash windows and views.
Bedroom 2 - 3.68m x 3.10m max to chimney recess (12'1 x 10'2 m - Bespoke, professionally handmade fitted wardrobes. Panelled radiator. Original sash window to rear elevation.
Bedroom 3 - 3.71m max to include door recess x 2.87m (12'2 max - Airing cupboard plus useful storage cupboard. Original sash window to rear elevation.
Shower Room - Modern shower room with wash hand basin and chrome mixertap set over vanity storage unit. Low level dual push button flush wall hung wc with concealed cistern. Further storage cupboards. Mirror and shelving plus storage over. Step-in double shower enclosure with feature glass block wall. Mains fed power shower. Full tiling to walls. Chrome towel radiator. Original sash window to front elevation.
Outside - To the front steps from street level to the paved front gardens for ease of maintenance. Wood chipped borders. Maturing shrubs and bushes. Footpath and gate to the side of the property lead to the rear with full width split level sun terrace. The remainder of the gardens are predominately laid to lawn. Garden shed to remain. There is also a useful workshop with power points, lighting and workbenches and an additional external weatherproof power socket. There is also an outside tap and utility area.
Utility Area - 3.56m x 1.24m (11'8 x 4'1) - Vaulted ceiling. Matching range of base and eye level storage units. Single drainer and stainless steel sink set into worksurfaces. Plumbing and space for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. Windows to front and rear elevations.
MESSAGE FROM THE VENDORS:
"We don't want to move, but we have to for health and mobility reasons. We've loved owning our period house, which has loads of character, with many original features including lovely bay windows with the original sash windows (all fully refurbished and draught-proofed with the Ventrolla system) picture rails and original doors and skirting boards in many rooms and original tiles in hall (under carpet). The rooms are well appointed with old fashioned high ceilings and an entrance hall large enough to comfortably welcome friends and family. Being located in an 'access only' cul-de-sac, there's no through traffic and a 'residents and visitors only' car parking scheme is in place in our street. It's also easy to 'Nip' into town without needing the car, being literally minutes from Chepstow Town Centre. Chepstow and its surrounding area always has so much going on, if you want to join in, from regular street markets, arts and crafts, to the amazing 'Castel Roc' music festival. The town centre itself is always vibrant and welcoming. A free monthly newsletter can be picked up in any town shop, which details all the local activities throughout the year. The magical Forest of Dean is also very near for any nature lovers and ramblers. Because of all this the town has an easy and relaxed atmosphere and we hope we'll be able to stay in the Chepstow area because we just love it so much. We're sure you'll love it too!"
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