- Located in popular, sought after area of Abergavenny
- Well presented house with versatile accommodation
- 4 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms with 3 en-suites
- Farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room with AGA
- Generous corner plot with gardens and swimming pool
- Substantial family home or suitable for multi generational living
- Garage and ample parking for several vehicles
- Views towards the Blorenge Mountain
Property SummaryA substantial family home, with just over 3000 sq ft/ circa 300 sq m of living space situated over 2 floors with 2 separate staircases. Located in a sought-after residential area within a mile of Abergavenny town centre, the house sits in a generous corner plot with gardens front and rear.
The house is an ideal family home offering 4 reception rooms plus a farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room and 5 bedrooms, 3 with en-suite facilities. The layout of the house offers versatility and would suit either one family, multigenerational living or even, perhaps, B&B as 2 of the en-suite bedrooms are accessed via a separate staircase.
The enclosed front garden has a stone path, flanked by lawn, which leads to the front door. The entrance hall has a beautiful wood block floor, in keeping with the period and style of the property. A staircase, with glass balustrade, leads to the first floor landing. Located off the entrance hall, to the front of the house, is a spacious dining room and a snug/family room which continues through to the impressive farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room. On the opposite side of the entrance hall, with views across the garden, is the main sitting room and a study/television room. Continue along the entrance hall where a second staircase, leading to 2 en-suite bedrooms, is located. Each of the 4 reception rooms are immaculately presented and provide ample space to enjoy time together as a family in the beautiful sitting room with fireplace and log burning stove or the spacious dining room with wood block floor.
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The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of painted wooden base and wall cupboards with wooden and Corian work surfaces over. A useful central island unit provides storage and an additional work space. Set into an alcove, to complement the farmhouse style, is an AGA. Doors lead from the kitchen/breakfast room both to the outside parking area and to the rear terrace.
Off the main staircase are three good-sized bedrooms, two located to the rear of the house with views towards the Blorenge Mountain and one to the front of the house. In addition to the family bathroom, one of the bedrooms has an en-suite shower room. Off the second staircase are two generous bedrooms, both with en-suite shower/bath rooms.
Occupying a generous corner plot, the front of the house is enclosed by a low-level stone wall. A pedestrian entrance gate opens to a stone path leading to the front door. The path is flanked by level lawns with planted borders, leading to a stone patio area in front of the wooden entrance door. A path continues to the side of the property to the parking area and wooden entrance gate to the rear garden. The fully enclosed South facing rear garden, with views towards the Blorenge Mountain, boasts a heated swimming pool with adjoining stone terraces, level lawns and a sum-mer house. The garden has been designed for all members of the family to enjoy and the stone terraces provide an ideal barbeque/entertaining area.
To the side of the house is ample parking for several vehicles plus a detached garage.
The market town of Abergavenny is often known as the Gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park and is situated on the banks of the River Usk at the foot of the Blorenge, Skirrid and Sugar Loaf Mountains. The area has several highly regarded restaurants and Abergavenny hosts a number of events throughout the year including the popular Abergavenny Food Festival in September. The house is within a mile of the town centre offering a wide range of amenities including shops and high street chain stores, supermarkets including a Waitrose and Tesco Metro, primary and secondary schools, library, doctors, dentists, leisure centre, theatre and cinema. On the outskirts of the town are both a bus station and main line railway station and good access to the A40, A449 and A4042 which link to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks.
We are advised that the property is connected to mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas fired central heating.
Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.
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