Edmund Road comprises a deceptively spacious mid-terraced bungalow built in the early 1900’s as Army Officer quarters. The property is of a non-standard construction and therefore is only open to cash buyers as the property is not mortgageable. The accommodation briefly comprises ‘L’ shaped reception hall which gives access to the living room. Off the living room is a kitchen with large pantry off and rear porch giving access to the rear garden. Also from reception hall, access to the three bedrooms, one of which could be utilised as a study or a dining room. There is also a shower room with separate WC, useful store cupboard and pantry which gives access to the kitchen. Outside to the front of the property, well maintained gardens with views over the school playing fields and the countryside beyond. To the rear of the property, again the gardens are well maintained with pedestrian gate to footpath. Situated a short distance from the local amenities to be found at Sedbury, Chepstow is also close at hand with its attendant range of facilities. There are good junior and comprehensive schools in the area. There are also bus and rail links to be found at Chepstow along with the A48/M48/M4 and M5 motorway network bring Newport, Cardiff, Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham within commuting distance.
Approached via obscure uPVC double glazed door. Access to loft inspection point. Useful storage cupboard. Panelled radiator. Door to pantry which in turn leads through to the kitchen. Doors off.
3.78m maximum to recess x 3.86m (12'5" maximum to
Coving. Gas fire with back boiler supplying domestic hot water and central heating. Panelled radiator. uPVC double glazed window to front elevation. Door to kitchen.
3.76m x 1.73m (12'4" x 5'8")
Stainless steel sink and tap set over storage cabinet. Cupboard housing water cylinder. Part tiling to walls. Panelled radiator. Door to pantry which leads through to the reception hall. Obscure double glazed door to rear porch.
Plumbing and space for automatic washing machine. uPVC double glazed windows to rear and side elevations. Obscure uPVC double glazed door to side.
4.32m x 2.77m (14'2" x 9'1")
Coving. Picture rail. Original wrought iron fireplace. Panelled radiator. Two uPVC double glazed windows to front elevation overlooking the garden and school playing field and beyond.
2.79m x 3.25m (9'2" x 10'8")
Picture rail. Panelled radiator. uPVC double glazed window to rear elevation.
2.77m x 2.13m'2.74m (9'1" x 7''9")
Coving. Panelled radiator. uPVC double glazed window to front elevation, again with views overlooking the gardens, school playing field and beyond.
Pedestal wash hand basin. Step-in shower enclosure with electric shower. Part tiling to walls. Panelled radiator. Obscure double glazed window to rear elevation,.
The larger of the gardens are to the front elevation, predominantly laid to lawn with ornamental pond, vegetable patch, well stocked beds and borders. Wall and fence to boundary. Pedestrian gate leading to the lane. To the rear, again predominantly laid to lawn. Garden shed and greenhouse to remain. Well stocked beds and borders. Loose stone chipped drying area. Wall to boundary. Pedestrian gate and footpath leading to the lane.