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Stylishly Presented 3 Bed Family Home

Elevated Position

Charming Village Location

Far Reaching Wye Valley Views

Parking For Multiple Vehicles

Versatile Accomodation Over Three Floors

EPC Rating D

Council Tax Band C


This stylishly presented 3 bedroom semi-detached family home occupies an elevated position on the edge of the charming village with far reaching Wye Valley views. Offering bright and versatile accommodation over three floors with a wealth of quality fixtures and fittings throughout. Extensive paved sun terrace and private off road parking for multiple vehicles.

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 Traditionally constructed with a painted rendered exterior and inset double glazed uPVC windows and doors set under pitched tiled roofs. Internal features include a feature wood burner, concertina window shutters, low voltage downlighters, moulded architraves, vertically boarded and part glazed doors and a combination of ceramic tiled and wooden flooring. An oil fired central heating system supplies domestic hot water and heating to radiators throughout.

 The property is approached via a feature portico entrance and through part glazed composite door into:

 4.52m x 3.49m (14'10" x 11'5")
Part glazed to side accessing first floor landing and bay window to the front elevation with woodland views. Inglenook fireplace with wooden mantel housing wood burning stove set on a slate hearth.

 3.10m x 5.54m (10'2" x 18'2")
An incredibly bright and spacious room, French doors with matching side panels to side elevation accessing sun terrace and rear garden. Recess with understairs storage. Wide opening into:

 3.16m x 3.07m (10'4" x 10'1")
Velux Skylight and window to back elevation. "L-shaped" laminate work surface with tiled splash back surround, inset one and half bowl sink and four ring electric hob with stainless steel extraction hood over. A range of high gloss cupboards and drawers set under with complimentary wall mounted cabinets. Tall unit housing Boch oven/grill, space for fridge/freezer and wine cooler.

 2.04m x 1.86m (6'8" x 6'1")
Window to side elevation. Laminate work surface along one wall with inset circular wash basin. Cupboard set under and oil fired central heating boiler. Space and plumbing for washing machine/tumble dryer. Door into.

 Frosted window to back elevation. Contemporary suite comprising a low level W.C and vanity unit with inset wash basin and tiled splashback surround.

 From living room upstairs with wooden handrail to:

 A spacious central landing area with feature panelled wall and window to side elevation. Doors into the following:

 Frosted window to front elevation. Contemporary suite comprising a low level W.C, pedestal wash basin and bath with Monoblock mixer tap and shower over with head on adjustable chrome rail. Tiling to all walls. Extraction fan at high level.

 3.52m x 3.07m (11'7" x 10'1")
Window to front elevation with far reaching views of the Wye Valley and surrounding woodland.

 2.02m x 2.13m (6'8" x 6'12")
An ideal space for a child's nursery or dressing room. opening into:

 3.18m x 2.93m (10'5" x 9'7")
Window to back elevation with views of neighbouring pastureland and woodland.

 2.01m (max) x 3.39m (6'7" x 11'1")
Window to back elevation with views of neighbouring pastureland.

 Turning staircase with square newels post and wooden balustrading up to:

 5.25m (max) x 4.20m (into eaves) (17'3" x 13'9")
Vaulted ceiling with two Velux windows to front elevation taking full advantage of the properties enviable position.

 The property is approached via a quiet country lane leading to a concrete driveway with parking for at least three vehicles. Stone steps lead up to a pebbled and herbaceous well stocked border with an abundance of flowers and plants. To the front a wooden gate accesses a paved pathway which wraps around two sides of the property with a corner set elevated patio/seating area, ideal for entertaining and capitalising on the far reaching Wye valley and woodland views. To the back an enclosed faux lawned garden housing oil tank.

 Mains electric, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating system. Council tax band C. EPC rating D.

 From Monmouth take the A466 Wye Valley Road towards Chepstow. Continue through the village of Redbrook passing the village shop and The Bell Inn on your left. Before the national speed limit sign, take a sharp left turn onto "Coach Road." Continue up this road to Highbury Terrace passing garages on the right. When the road comes to a "Y" take the top right lane and the car park for 23 Highbury Terrace can be found after a short distance on the right.

Floor Plan 1


Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.


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