Taylor Wimpey's newest home at Lysaght Village in Newport is now available, offering purchasers the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits of a riverfront location.
The housebuilder has released its stunning three bedroom Ashton house type, which offers spacious and flexible living across three floors and boasts a enviable waterfront setting.
Priced from just £188,995, the Ashton also comes complete with a range of exclusive features, including a stylish overhanging roof and glass balconies overlooking the River Usk off the first floor living room and second floor master bedroom.
Inside the Ashton you'll find a modern kitchen/ dining area with French doors leading to the rear garden, a spacious living room, a convenient utility room and a handy cloakroom, all on the ground floor. On the first floor there's a further living room with fabulous glass balcony, the first bedroom and a family bathroom. The second floor comprises of the magnificent master bedroom with en suite and glass balcony and the third bedroom. A single garage and allocated parking space complete this fabulous property.
Sara Taylor, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey South Wales, comments: "Imagine yourself, sipping a cool drink and looking out at the river view and city skyline. All over the UK, waterfront developments are still proving popular and Lysaght Village in Newport is no exception.
"I'd encourage anyone interested to head down to the development today as these unique, desirable homes won't be available for very long!"
Lysaght Village offers a collection of one, two, three and four bedroom homes within close proximity to the excellent range of shops, restaurants, attractions, entertainment and culture that can be found in Newport city centre. Commuters can benefit from easy access to the M4, in addition to the convenient location of the city's railway station. Prices at the development start from just £89,995.
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Date Published: 23 November 2012