House hunters in Newport looking for a spacious new home had better act quickly if they want to snap up one of the last remaining properties at Taylor Wimpey's Gerddi Rhiwderyn development in Rhiwderin.
With just three Kempsford style homes now available, this is the last chance to buy at the popular development for those looking for a sought-after home in a beautiful location.
The luxurious Kempsford home is an ideal property for any growing family looking to settle down in the Newport area. Located on the ground floor is a kitchen/breakfast area, a large open plan living/dining room with French doors to the rear garden, downstairs cloakroom and two handy storage cupboards.
The first floor features a spacious master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and ensuite, a further three bedrooms, one with built in wardrobes and a family bathroom. The Kempsford also offers a single garage and is currently available as a semi-detached or detached property with prices starting from £229,995.
Sara Taylor, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey South Wales, comments: "Gerddi Rhiwderyn has been extremely popular due to the fantastic homes on offer at affordable prices, so it's no surprise we only have three properties left. Our final purchasers will not only benefit from the desirable location with great amenities on your doorstep, but will also be able to enjoy the blossoming community that has been created here."
Situated in the small village of Rhiwderin, the development is in a perfect location for anyone looking to settle down in a picturesque community. With Newport just over three miles away, the village is close to a selection of good schools and shopping areas. The development offers excellent road and rail links to both Cardiff and Bristol making it ideal for commuters.
For further information about the properties at Gerddi Rhiwderyn, visit the sales and marketing office open daily from 10am to 5pm.
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Date Published: 17 December 2012