Regent Street, Abergavenny
- Charming Victorian semi-detached house
- Central location with easy access to town centre
- Well modernised accommodation
- Views across town to the Little Skirrid
- Low maintenance garden and parking at rear
- EPC Rating - E
Property SummaryAn attractive and well modernised Victorian semi-detached house in the popular and accessible Grofield area of central Abergavenny. The property offers two bedrooms and a well equipped bathroom with shower cubicle. An arched recessed porch with glazed front door leads into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor and door to a large living space, previously two separate rooms and now a spacious, dual aspect family room. There is a fireplace with period style wooden surround flanked by alcoves, one with built-in cupboards and shelves. A paneled door leads to the well-fitted kitchen which has a good range of base and wall cupboards complemented by mosaic tile splashback and light wood effect work surfaces. There is space for a cooker with an extractor unit over and space and plumbing for appliances. An archway leads to a small rear hall with rear entrance door and a ground floor cloakroom with W.C. To the first floor are two double bedrooms, the rear one has views across town to the Little Skirrid, and a family bathroom with the benefit of a separate shower cubicle.
The property is entered from the road through an ornamental iron gate over a small forecourt fronted by a low wall with matching railings. A side access and gate lead to the south-east facing rear garden which is enclosed by well-maintained hedges and woodlap fencing and predominantly laid to gravel with brick and paving surrounds and paths. There is a timber garden shed and ornamental iron gate leading to the rear vehicular access and hard standing for a car.
Regent Street is a short walk from Abergavenny town centre which offers a range of amenities including high street and independent shops, primary and secondary schools, doctors, dentists, a library, theatre and cinema. Abergavenny plays host to markets and events throughout the year, including the popular annual Food Festival, and the area is renowned for its range of high quality restaurants within the town and surrounding areas. There are excellent road links for commuting with easy access to the A40/A449 for links to the M4/M5 and M50 motorways and the A465 for the Heads of the Valleys. Abergavenny has a mainline railway station allowing access to local and national routes. London Paddington can be reached in less than 3 hours by train.
Mains gas, electric, 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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