The four bedroom detached Oxford makes a strong first impression as a substantial, traditional family home, with bay windows, covered porch and classically styled front and garage doors. Even so, you’ll still be impressed by the proportions of the interior, with ample space for everyone, both upstairs and down.
Upstairs features three double bedrooms and a generous single, with an en-suite to the master bedroom. You’ll also find plenty of built in storage off the central landing, as well as family bathroom.
Downstairs, the integral garage takes nothing away from the space on offer, with a large separate lounge and a spacious open plan kitchen / diner stretching across the back of the house. Every detail has been carefully considered here, from the designer fitted kitchen to the quality of the integrated appliances, with a wall of glass letting the light flood in through the double width patio doors. There’s even space for a utility room and downstairs cloaks plus, once again, plenty of built in storage to keep your home clutter free.
Square, solid and substantial, the Oxford is as impressive to live in as it is to look at.
About the DevelopmentNestled on the banks of the Severn estuary between the two famous bridges, Sudbrook enjoys a peaceful way of life. Yet you’ll find yourself within easy reach of Chepstow, Newport and the cosmopolitan shopping and leisure of Bristol just across the water, plus you’ve got the excellent local facilities of Caldicot right on your doorstep.
Redrow’s Mill Meadows has a range of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes which includes the Lifestyle range from our award winning Heritage Collection, that combines the best of traditional architecture and modern, family friendly interiors. Register your interest today and be one of the first to know the new about new releases for this development. Remember on some properties you only require a 5% deposit with Help to Buy and Redrow could help sell your old home too with our Help to Sell scheme.
AmenitiesThere are a number of Supermarkets within a short drive from Sudbrook including Waitrose, Marks & Spencers and Asda.
Doctors Surgery – Portskewett Surgery, 12a Main Road, Portskewett, Caldicot, (NP26 5SG)0.5 miles away 01291 425242
Caldicot Medical Group, Woodstock Way, Caldicot (NP26 5AB) 2 miles away 01291 420282
Dentist – The Bridges Dental Surgery, 6 Newport Road, Caldicot (NP26 4HX) 2 miles away 01291 423280
Caldicot Community Dental Clinic, Caemawr Road, Caldicot (NP26 4EW) 2.2 miles away 01291 426722
DiningTrip advisor lists more than a dozen places to eat in Caldicot, with the Rock and Fountain, The Golden Lion, The Miller’s Arms, the Portskewett Inn and the Rose Inn all highly rated for their pub grub, and Knight of Bengal and The Indian Cottage recommended for Asian flavours.
Nearby Chepstow has an even wider choice, with 48 restaurants and gastro pubs listed, led by The Riverside Wine Bar, the Oriental dishes of Shangri-La, the Italian delights of Mamma Mia and the Mediterranean mezes of Mythos.
EducationAt Redrow, we understand how important education is to our family homebuyers, and so we always try to build close to good schools. At Mill Meadows, you’ll find the ESTYN ‘good’ rated Archbishop Rowan Williams primary school just a short distance from the development, Ysgol Gymraeg Y Ffin a Welsh Medium Primary school approximately 2 miles from the development, with a choice of other highly recommended primary schools in nearby Caldicot.
For older pupils, Caldicot Comprehensive School is just a short distance away in the town, and is also rated ‘good’ by ESTYN.
LeisureIn nearby Caldicot there are a number of sporting facilities within the vicinity and further afield at Spytty Retail Park on the outskirts of Newport there is a multi-screen cinema and bowling centre.
St Pierre Golf & Country Club is also nearby. Chepstow Leisure Centre has numerous facilities including a swimming pool, fitness suite, multi-purpose sports hall, aerobics/dance studio and outdoor multi use games area.
For those wishing to get nearer to nature Offa’s Dyke Path is a long-distance footpath following closely the Wales–England border. Opened in 1971, it is one of Britain’s National Trails and draws walkers from throughout the world.
ShoppingChepstow town centre which is a 10 minute drive, has over 130 shops, a full range of banks, a variety of independent restaurants and cafes which are within easy walking distance of 1,000 spaces car park. Cribbs Causeway, Bristol is a large out-of-town shopping centre approx. 16.5 miles away, and Cardiff and Newport are within a 30 minute drive.
TransportExcellent road networks to the M4 approx. a mile away, City of Newport is approx. 15 miles away, City of Bristol approx. 23 miles away, Chepstow approx. 6 miles away and City of Cardiff approx. 30 miles away.
- 4 bedroom home
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Traditional exterior
- Separate lounge
- En-suite to master bedroom
- Utility room
- Integral garage