£300,000 - £458,000
King's Wood Gate
3, 4 and 5 bedroom properties
Wonastow Road, Monmouth, Monmouthshire
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Join us this Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st July between 12pm - 4pm for our Part Exchange weekend in Monmouth. We could be your guaranteed buyer, visit us to find out more.Offering a premium collection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, King's Wood Gate has a home style for you. Set just outside the historic market town of Monmouth, great commuter links offer access to Newport, Bristol, Gloucester and beyond. Scenic views of the surrounding countryside, a vibrant town centre and prestigious schools nearby compliment your new neighbourhood.EXPLORE THE Cornell and Ashtree View Homes.INCENTIVES AVAILABLE ON SELECTED HOME STYLES.SHOW HOMES OPEN DAILY.Plenty of essential shops to choose from within reach from the development. Along with pubs and restaurants for you to enjoy. Abergavenny town centre just a short drive away provides a bigger range of shops to choose from to meet everyone's needs.Close-by is the Chippenham Playing Fields. Also, in this area there are several Golf Clubs to enjoy including Monmouth Golf Club, Forest Hills Golf and Leisure and The Celtic Manor just a short drive away.Monmouth is located beside the A40 dual carriageway road that links the M4 motorway at Newport in South Wales with the M50 motorway at Ross-on-Wye; this connects in turn with the M5 motorway south of Worcester in the West Midlands. Commuting links to Nepwort, Cardiff and Bristol.
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