Period detached four bedroom house close to city centre has retained many original features

A detached four bedroom period house encircled by large gardens to the east of the city of Newport has kept many of its original character.

Retaining features including an impressive oak staircase and balustrade, restored stain glass windows with UPVC lead light encapsulations, this distinctive house has wood parquet and tiled flooring areas.

Sean Roper, of Newport-based Paul Fosh Auctions, said: “This stylish, substantial four bedroom detached residence with spacious gardens to front and rear with ample parking created attention as soon as we produced our February auction sales catalogue and that interest is sure to intensify until our online sale.

“The eye-catching design and style has a timeless quality which attracts as soon as you seen the house from the outside and this extends from its exterior appearance to inside and throughout this fine home.

“The property has been well maintained and improved over the years with attractive kitchen and modern bathroom. It also has an exceptionally spacious rear conservatory which, equipped with heating, can be utilised as a family or dining area.

“East of Newport city centre and south of the M4 the house, at 34 Ladyhill Road, has entrance hallway, two receptions rooms, Kitchen leading to spacious rear conservatory on the ground floor and the four bedrooms, a bathroom and landing on the first floor.

“There’s a garden at the front with driveway leading to rear parking area, which was formerly a garage.  There is an exceptionally spacious rear garden with a laid lawn and patio area and planted borders.”

Convenient for both local amenities and shops and good road links to both Newport City Centre and the M4 for either Cardiff or Bristol the house, which is being offered at the next Paul Fosh Auctions online sale starting at 12 noon on Tuesday, January 30 and ending from 5pm on Thursday, February 1, has a guide price of  £250,000-plus.