An attractive, Victorian, three bedroom, terrace house located within Abergavenny and less than one mile from the town centre. The property retains a wealth of period features, whilst being modernised to current standards.
Step inside this lovely Victorian house, on a quiet street, less than one mile from Abergavenny town centre. The property retains a wealth of period features that include fireplaces, picture rails and sash windows. The current owner has sympathetically and stylishly updated the property, whilst boosting it’s ‘eco-credentials’ by installing solar panels, double glazing to the rear rooms and a new combi boiler with smart thermostat.
The entrance hall has a Minton tiled floor. The cosy, front sitting room has a bay window and Chesney Flatford wood-burning stove, housed within the original slate fireplace. The dining room has a Chilli Penguin multi-fuel burner with small oven and a stripped floorboard floor. The kitchen has individual storage units, stainless steel commercial sink, a new composite door to the garden and a useful utility room with shower, Belfast-style sink and W.C.
Upstairs, there is a large front bedroom with feature fireplace, further double bedroom, an updated shower room with underfloor heating and a rear bedroom/study, with a fantastic view towards the Blorenge Mountain.
The peaceful garden has a patio area, two storage sheds, mature shrubs and trees, that include apple trees, and a reclaimed brick path that leads to the vegetable patch and wooden garden shed. The property also benefits from a right of way access to the street through the neighbouring garden.
The property is located less than one mile from Abergavenny town centre. The historic market town of Abergavenny, is affectionately known as The Gateway to Wales, with the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park on your doorstep. The town has a range of amenities such as independent shops, supermarkets, restaurants, hotels, a theatre, cinema, general hospital, primary and secondary schools and a mainline train station. A celebrated annual food festival entices national and international visitors every September, together with cycling, walking, music and art events throughout the year. The town and surrounding area is well known for its renowned gastro-pubs and restaurants. The town has good road links towards Hereford, Brecon, Swansea, Bristol, Newport and Cardiff via A465, A40 and A4042 roads.
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