If you like a room with a view, then you’ll love this exceptional 3-4 bedroom family home located on the sought-after Western-side of Abergavenny that boasts picture perfect vistas towards the Blorenge and Sugarloaf Mountains. Updated and extended, the property has been cared for by the same family for almost 30 years.
This sizeable family house benefits from three double bedrooms, updated bathroom, additional shower room, extra reception room that could be used as a downstairs bedroom and a new gas combi boiler.
The ground floor briefly comprises lobby, hallway with built in office area, cloakroom including utility space, kitchen with integrated gas double oven and hob as well as a good range of cupboards, open-plan living room and breakfast room/snug, multi-use reception room - currently used as a formal dining room - with French doors out to garden patio and a good-size conservatory.
Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms that all have beautiful mountain views, two bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and the master bedroom has a Juliette balcony that overlooks the garden and has a simply stunning view of the Blorenge Mountain. There is an updated family bathroom, a shower room and airing cupboard off the landing.
Outside, the front has parking for four vehicles on two drives and a single garage measuring 5.47 x 2.73m. The pretty and productive garden has a patio area off the dining room for al fresco entertaining, lawn, mature shrubs, fig tree, a secluded sunken patio, flower, fruit and vegetable patch, together with greenhouse and garden shed.
Situated on a quiet road overlooking Belgrave Park, the property is within the catchment area for the well-regarded Cantref Primary School and is less than one mile from the 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 local 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 has good road links towards Hereford, Brecon, Swansea, Bristol, Newport and Cardiff via A465, A40 and A4042 trunk roads.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘E’.
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