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Stylish modern living in Portskewett

21st October 2010 Print

Buyers searching for the ultimate in modern living, combined with peace and tranquillity, will find this and more at St Mary’s Court in the village of Portskewett.

Situated at the heart of the village, the Barratt development is proving popular among local buyers and those from further afield because of its idyllic location. And one home design in particular is set to cause a stir amongst visitors.

“We are thrilled to be launching an exclusive new four bedroom home at this fantastic development,” said Barratt sales director, Adrian Bird. “The Chillingham design contrasts the traditional setting at St Mary’s Court with a wonderful modern luxury. The team here can’t wait to show it off to visitors.”

Priced from £309,995, the Chillingham is a three storey, four bedroom home with a drive-through car port. The large hallway leads into an open-plan, fully fitted modern kitchen with a family dining area. And french doors lead out to the rear garden. A useful utility room and downstairs cloakroom are also provided.

The first floor offers a very spacious and light lounge and dining area – as well as the fourth of the well-proportioned bedrooms. Upstairs from here are three further bedrooms, with the master bedroom boasting an ensuite and walk in wardrobes. There is also an attractive, colour-coordinated family bathroom.

“We are expecting this delightful home to be very popular amongst professionals and growing families alike,” said Adrian. “And, judging by the response we’ve had already, it won’t be long before every Chillingham home at St Mary’s Court is spoken for.”

St. Mary’s Court is situated on the Welsh Short of the Severn Estuary, between Chepstow and Caldicot. The development has smart new homes to suit every lifestyle – with a range of three, four and five bedroom properties.

Just seven miles from the M4, St. Mary’s Court offers excellent commuting links to Bristol, London and Cardiff. The village itself is steeped in history and tradition – and is even mentioned in ancient Welsh stories as one of the three chief ports of Wales.

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