Little Hervells Court, Chepstow 5 bedrooms, Price on application Freehold

  • **SECURE GATED DEVELOPMENT**
  • **A RANGE OF BRAND NEW EXECUTIVE NEW HOMES**
  • **PART-EXCHANGE CONSIDERED**
  • **CONVENIANT FOR CHEPSTOW TOWN CENTRE**
  • **HIGH-END BESPOKE FIXTURES AND FITTINGS**
  • **GARAGE AND OFF ROAD PARKING**
  • **SET ON AN ELEVATED POSITION**

**PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED** Set at the top of Chepstow town centre in its own private grounds Little Hervells offers the opportunity to combine town living with seclusion and privacy. These impressively built homes offer generous internal space, with gardens and garage. Part Exhange Considered!

**PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED** Set at the top of Chepstow town centre in its own private grounds Little Hervells offers the opportunity to combine town living with seclusion and privacy. These impressively built homes offer generous internal space, with gardens and garage. Part Exhange Considered!


SUMMARY
**PART EXCHANGE CONSIDERED** Set at the top of Chepstow town centre in its own private grounds Little Hervells offers the opportunity to combine town living with seclusion and privacy. These impressively built homes offer generous internal space, with gardens and garage. Part Exhange Considered!


DESCRIPTION
**BRAND NEW GATED DEVELOPMENT** A Brand New development of spacious executive new homes set on an elevated position located just above the town centre of Chepstow.

Featuring high end bespoke fixtures and fittings such as its hand made double glazed sash windows, 4 panelled doors throughout and a bespoke extra wide front door. This Georgian esque property perfectly brings the past into the present with it's high ceilings, Georgian style architrave's and skirting boards, 50mm spindles on hardwood handrails. A handbuilt kitchen finished with marble worksurfaces leading out to a patio area makes this development unlike any other new build. With LED low voltage lighting throughout and CAT7 Ethernet ports in every room and USB sockets to various locations. It's has its own Cedarwood and Oak garage and parking. These properties are not to be missed.

Ground Floor

Lounge 10' 2" x 19' 11" ( 3.10m x 6.07m )

Kitchen/diner 31' 10" x 9' 10" ( 9.70m x 3.00m )

Hallway 25' 7" x 6' 4" ( 7.80m x 1.93m )

Bedroom 1 20' 2" x 9' 10" ( 6.15m x 3.00m )

En-Suite 13' 11" x 9' 10" ( 4.24m x 3.00m )

Bedroom 2 15' 11" x 8' 11" ( 4.85m x 2.72m )

Bedroom 3 7' 8" x 10' 1" ( 2.34m x 3.07m )

Bedroom 4 17' 1" x 11' 11" ( 5.21m x 3.63m )

Bedroom 5 12' 10" x 10' 4" ( 3.91m x 3.15m )

Bathroom 9' 7" x 8' 10" ( 2.92m x 2.69m )

Please Note:
Peter Alan Estate Agents have a duty of care to all of it's vendors to ensure that any potential purchaser is in a position, financially, to be able complete a required purchase. This will therefore mean that all offers put forward to our vendors will have to be verified by one of our qualified Mortgage Service Consultants.

Plot 3 Specifications
This detached 5 bedroom property is currently under instruction. Its neighbouring property 2 Little Hervells Court is the current show home where a buyer can compare and choose their required specifications and finish. Split over 3 levels Plot 3 Little Hervells Court provides various accommodation options but the current build will adhere to the following room measurements and plans ....

Local Area And History
The historic town of Chepstow is located on the west bank of the River Wye and can trace it's roots through archaeological investigations revealing human occupation dating back to around 5000 BC.

The name Chepstow derives from the old English ceap/chepe stowe, meaning market place or trading centre. The Welsh name Cas-gwent refers to the "castle of Gwent"
The modern day town centre is superbly furnished with an abundance of amenities including over 130 shops within easy walking distance of 1,000 car park spaces and numerous hotels, bars, public houses, restaurants and cafes to choose from.

Located close to junction 2 of the M48 motorway, at the western end of the Severn Bridge the town allows easy commuting to larger population centres including Bristol (18 miles (29 km)), Cardiff (31 miles (50 km)) and London (124 miles (200 km)). The town also has a convenient railway station on the main line between Maesteg and Cheltenham Spa with connections to Bristol Temple Meads and London Paddington via Newport or the Severn Tunnel Junction.

The Anglo-Welsh gateway of Chepstow has proved to be popular choice for discerning house buyer s from all backgrounds, with first time buyers, families and commuters all wanting to make this beautiful picturesque location their home.

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