Chapel Road, Abergavenny
- Individually designed 1970s house with much space and light
- Located in a prime residential area on the fringe of Abergavenny
- Opportunity to create a modern family home with a generous footprint
- Mature front and rear gardens with distant views
- Ample parking together with two bay car port
- EPC Rating - D
Property SummaryA substantial 1970s house located in a prime residential area on the Western side of Abergavenny and yet within a few minutes’ walk towards open countryside and access to the Sugar Loaf Mountain. The house has been a much loved family home for circa 45 years and now offers an opportunity to bring the house back to life to create a modern family home. This much loved family home is individually designed and been within the same family for circa 45 years. Whilst requiring updating and modernisation, the house offers a generous footprint together with the space and light typical of the period. Enter through the wooden gates into a mature landscaped front garden which has been created over many years to provide the perfect setting which complements the house. To the side is a driveway with ample parking, access to the carport and rear garden and door and external door to the utility/boot room.
The front door opens into a welcoming entrance hall with doors leading off to the main reception rooms and downstairs W.C. To the right, the large sitting room with feature Minster style fireplace and double doors opening out onto the patio, with windows to the side this room is exceptionally light and airy. The second reception room, located between the kitchen and the sitting room, is equally as spacious and light, has a panel glazed partition adjoining the hallway, again to maximise light. To the far end of this room is a door opening out onto the patio. The well-proportioned kitchen is located to the rear of the property and overlooks the enclosed rear garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted base and wall cupboards with integral appliances including a built in dishwasher, oven, microwave and fridge-freezer.
From the kitchen is a door to the useful utility/boot room which provides access to the garden and a separate door to the front carport. The third generous reception room is the dining room overlooking the front garden and adjacent to the kitchen.
Stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor where the four bedrooms and main bathroom are located. The principal bedroom, which spans the depth of the house, offers a large walk in wardrobe/dressing area, en-suite shower room and has a balcony with views towards the Blorenge Mountain, the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or sundowner. A second bedroom is located to the front of the house with the remaining two bedrooms and bathroom to the rear.
The property sits behind a low level wall with mature shrubs, set back from the road. The generous front garden offers privacy to the front elevation and wraps around to the side of the house. A second access to the rear garden can be found to the far side of the house, beyond the carport. path accessed from the road leads to the front of the house and continues to the side giving access to the rear garden. The rear garden offers a large patio which spans the width of the house and leads to the lawned garden bordered by mature trees and shrubs. The garden is well kept and designed to the rear to accommodate outside dining and entertaining.
Abergavenny offers a wide range of amenities including shops, primary and secondary schools, banks, doctors, dentists, library, theatre, cinema and local general hospital. The town has a leisure centre with indoor swimming pool and Abergavenny and the surrounding area is now well known for its many high quality restaurants and the annual Food Festival. Abergavenny has good road links for commuting via the A40/A449 to the M4, M5 and M50 motorways for Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham and the A465 for Merthyr, Brecon and Hereford. Abergavenny also has a mainline railway station and a bus station. Located on the edge of the Brecon Beacon National Park (B this pretty town has become a popular destination owing to its proximity to excellent transport links, countryside walks and activities and proximity to the River Usk and the Monmouth and Brecon Canal.
The town is served by several super markets as well as many independent shops including bakeries, butchers, delicatessens, cafes and a thriving weekly market.
We are advised that mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating system.
Energy Performance Certificate
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Monmouthshire County Council
Band - G. Please note that the Council Tax banding was correct as at date property listed. All buyers should make their own enquiries.
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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