- Well-presented detached family home
- Contemporary kitchen/dining room
- Situated in established, popular residential area
- Pleasant garden with views to The Blorenge
- Close to amenities and within walking distance of Abergavenny
- EPC Rating - B
Property SummaryA well-proportioned detached family home offering generous living space with contemporary, neutral décor throughout.
The front entrance, with storm porch over, opens into the hallway with stairs to the first floor and doors to the kitchen and sitting room. At over 18’, the sitting room features a window overlooking the front of the property and double doors opening to the garden. The contemporary kitchen is a similar size and easily accommodates a large dining table and chairs. Fitted with a range of cream base and wall cupboards with complementary worktops and upstands, the kitchen continues to a practical breakfast bar, perfect for relaxed family dining. There is a built-in electric cooker with gas hob and extractor unit over, space for a large fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room with external door, space and plumbing for white goods and a separate WC. To the first floor are three bedrooms, including a master with en suite shower room, and a family bathroom.
The property is situated on a corner plot and is approached up a couple of steps to the front door, flanked with gravelled areas dotted with shrubs. Accessed through a side gate, the low maintenance rear garden is laid with artificial turf and a patio area provides a lovely spot for al fresco dining. The garden is enclosed by a red brick wall with wooden fencing and offers views of The Blorenge. Parking space for two vehicles is at the back of the garden along with a shed.
The property is situated in the sought-after village of Llanfoist on a popular development by Persimmon homes. Llanfoist has a Waitrose, restaurants, public houses and a well-regarded primary school within walking distance. Just over the bridge is the historic town of Abergavenny offering a wide range of amenities including primary and secondary schools, independent shops alongside high street stores, several supermarkets, doctors’, dentists’ and a general hospital. There are good leisure facilities plus a cinema, theatre, library, numerous public houses and many highly-regarded restaurants both within the town and the surrounding villages. The area is well known for being the ‘Gateway to Wales’ and is on the doorstep of the breathtaking Brecon Beacons with the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal a short distance away for beautiful walks. Abergavenny offers a bus station, mainline railway and excellent transport links via the A465, A40, A449 and onto the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. Gas-fired central heating.
Fixtures & 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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