Broad Street Common, GOLDCLIFF, NEWPORT


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  • Bedrooms: 6
Set on the outskirts of Newport with open moorland views to the rear, this large barn reputedly dates back 200 years, and has been converted and extended to provide lots of space ideal for a growing family. The open plan kitchen/diner is great for family meals, and the stunning drawing room with vaulted ceiling is accessed through the original stone arches. The drawing room is overlooked by a sitting room on the mezzanine level, which also has the vaulted ceiling, and there are six bedrooms to choose from including a surprisingly large master suite. Four of the bedrooms, a shower room, bathroom and utility room are on the ground floor, making this ideal for families requiring a granny annexe or disabled access, whilst outside is a double garage and office, which has been designed for potential conversion into a separate granny annexe if required. The barn is set on a ¾ acre plot, which consists of a lovely private front garden with feature archways leading to the property, a large parking area, lawned rear gardens and 11 covered dog kennels with outside space (the current owners run a licensed dog breeding business from the property).Ground floor accommodationAs you enter the property through a stable style door into the open plan dining room, the first thing that strikes you are the four beautiful original stone arches which lead to the drawing room. The dining area is lit by five roof lights in the sloping ceiling and has plenty of space for a large dining table. Being open plan to the kitchen it is perfect for family meals and entertaining guests. The kitchen has an attractive exposed stone wall and consists of a range of floor mounted units to four sides, which allows an open eye-line to the dining room and drawing room, which is ideal for those with younger children. At the centre of the kitchen is an Aga, and the attractive solid teak flooring runs throughout much of the ground floor, including the drawing room. The drawing room is simply stunning with its vaulted ceiling with oak beams, a wonderful solid teak floor, two arched windows with doors opening onto the front garden, and a feature stone fireplace with large timber mantle. From the drawing room open riser stairs lead to the first floor, whilst doors lead to the inner hall, family bathroom and two bedrooms. These two bedrooms both benefit from the attractive solid timber floor and arched windows overlooking the private front garden, and could be used as further reception rooms if required. The family bathroom benefits from a corner Jacuzzi bath, separate shower cubicle and a feature exposed stone wall. Off the inner hallway is a utility room which has two sinks and space for white goods, a shower room with double width shower, and two double bedrooms, one of which is particularly large. The larger bedroom has access onto the rear garden, and would make a generous third reception room, whilst all the rooms off the inner hall could be used as a granny flat if required. First floor accommodationOpen riser stairs lead onto the first floor mezzanine level, which overlooks the drawing room and also benefits from the stunning vaulted ceiling. This area is currently being used a sitting room/library with built in shelving and a relaxing ambience, and provides access to the master and guest bedrooms. The guest bedroom is spacious and light thanks to the roof lights set into the stunning vaulted ceiling. The master bedroom is surprisingly large, and is lit by two dormer windows and several spotlights. A false dormer has been created to house a queen size bed, and there are built in his and hers wardrobes and a further high level storage cupboard. The master bedroom has lovely solid oak flooring, and is served by a sizeable ensuite which has a free standing clawed foot bath and separate double width shower.

















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The property is conveniently situated for anyone requiring easy access to the M4 as it can be reached in just 10 minutes (5 miles) at Junction 24. The centre of Newport and all the amenities you would expect in a growing city, including numerous schools, a mainline railway station to London and a plethora of shops can be reached in 15 minutes or less (5 miles). The Celtic Manor Resort Golf Club, home of the 2010 Ryder Cup, can also be reached in under 15 minutes (5 miles), and the Llanwern Golf Club is less than 10 minutes away (3 miles).

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