£263,995 - £342,995
3 and 4 bedroom properties
The Terrace, Caldicot, Monmouthshire
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About the DevelopmentNestled on the banks of the Severn estuary between the two famous bridges, Sudbrook enjoys a peaceful way of life. Yet you’ll find yourself within easy reach of Chepstow, Newport and the cosmopolitan shopping and leisure of Bristol just across the water, plus you’ve got the excellent local facilities of Caldicot right on your doorstep.
Redrow’s brand new Sudbrook development, (coming soon subject to planning), will feature a range of two, three and four bedroom family homes from our award winning Heritage Collection, combining the best of traditional architecture and modern, family friendly interiors. Register your interest today and be the first to know the news about these exciting new homes near Chepstow. Remember, you only need 5% deposit with Help to Buy and Redrow could help to sell your old home too.
AmenitiesThere is a Spar convenience store close to the development for your day-to-day needs, with an Asda just over 2miles away on the edge of Caldicot for your weekly shop.
For doctors, register with either Portskewett Surgery in Caldicot (Sat Nav: NP26 5SG call 0845 463 8916), or Caldicot Medical Group (Sat Nav: NP26 5AB call 0845 463 8916). For dentists, try the Bridges Dental Surgery in Caldicot (Sat Nav: NP26 4HX, call 0845 463 8916) or Caldicot Community Dental Clinic (Sat Nav: NP26 4EW, call 0845 463 8916).
DiningTrip advisor lists more than a dozen places to eat in Caldicot, with the Rock and Fountain, The Golden Lion, The Miller’s Arms, the Portskewett Inn and the Rose Inn all highly rated for their pub grub, and Knight of Bengal and The Indian Cottage recommended for Asian flavours.
Nearby Chepstow has an even wider choice, with 48 restaurants and gastro pubs listed, led by The Riverside Wine Bar, the Oriental dishes of Shangri-La, the Italian delights of Mamma Mia and the Mediterranean mezes of Mythos.
EducationAt Redrow, we understand how important education is to our family homebuyers, and so we always try to build close to good schools. At Mill Meadows, you’ll find the ESTYN ‘good’ rated Archbishop Rowan Williams primary school just a short distance from the development, with a choice of other highly recommended primary schools in nearby Caldicot.
For older pupils, Caldicot Comprehensive School is just a short distance away in the town, and is also rated ‘good’ by ESTYN.
LeisureThere’s lots to do both locally and within a short drive of Mill Meadow, with something for all the family. Calidot Leisure Centre has a pool and an excellent range of other facilities. The town is also home to a medieval castle set in a delightful country park. Head a little further afield and you’ll find the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the ancient Forest of Dean and the rugged hills of the Brecon Beacons all within easy reach.
For golfers, Dewston Golf Course and the superb Marriott St Pierre are both close by, while racing fans can enjoy regular meetings at Chepstow. Film buffs should head to Newport for the multi-screen cinema at Spytty Retail Park, while Bristol is famed for its diverse culture, theatre and music scene.
ShoppingThere is a good selection of both big names and independents in Caldicot, along with a regular market every Tuesday. Nearby Chepstow has an even bigger choice with over 130 shops in the busy town centre and a huge central car park.
For a major shopping spree, hop the train to Bristol for major malls such as Cabot Circus and the out of town Cribbs Causeway, or head for Cardiff where you’ll find multiple modern malls as well as a large pedestrianised town centre offering something for all tastes and budgets.
TransportLying between the M4 and M48, the development is well served for commuting by car. Caldicot is just a couple of miles away, Chepstow 6miles, Newport 15miles, Bristol 23miles and Cardiff around 30miles. The nearest international airport is Bristol, which is around 32miles drive.
For trains to Bristol, head for Severn Tunnel Junction, where you’ll find regular services to the city with a travel time of around 25minutes. For all other destinations, the slightly closer station of Caldicot is the one to choose, with trains to Chepstow in 9minutes, Newport in 15minutes and Cardiff Central in just over half an hour.
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