Modernised and extended, this charming three bedroom cottage is located on a quiet lane on the edge of Govilon village. Retaining character and enjoying mountain views, the property has lawn and patio gardens, driveway, garage and is sold with no onward chain.
Enjoying countryside views and the peaceful sounds of the nearby Cwm Shenkin Brook, this charming cottage, located on a quiet lane with other period properties, enjoys comfortable living accommodation, exposed beams, large single garage, gas central heating, double glazing and would be perfect for growing families or couples wanting to get away from the city grind.
Sold with no onward chain, the property comprises of an entrance hall with living room and kitchen off. The large living room has a stone fireplace housing a wood-burning stove and there is access into the dining room with bay window, which is open-plan to the kitchen and sliding door to the conservatory, which enjoys views of the brook and distant hills. The modern kitchen has bespoke fitted units, composite worktop, integrated appliances, utility area and WC off. Upstairs, there is fitted storage on the landing, three bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom with separate shower.
Outside there is driveway parking in front of the newly built, adjoining garage with store area and access to both gardens. To the left is a lawned garden with shrub borders and to the right is a patio garden with seating areas and garden shed. There is a strip of land at the rear, measuring approx. 260m² that is currently being purchased by the owner from neighbours and is a useful green corridor that connects both gardens.
Govilon is a village located on the lower banks of the Blorenge Mountain, in the Usk Valley and enjoys wonderful countryside and mountain views. Popular with walkers and cyclists, the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, together with a redeveloped former tramway that makes up part of national cycle route 46, runs through the village. The village has a local shop, pub, outdoor activity centre and village hall and also has good road links to the A465 (Heads of the Valley) Road towards Swansea.
The historic market town of Abergavenny is located less than 3 miles away and has a range of independent shops, supermarkets, a theatre, cinema, general hospital, primary and secondary schools and a mainline train station.
Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘E’.
Services: All mains services. Gas central heating. Please note we have not tested the appliances, central heating or services.
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has broadband speeds of: Download 56.24 Mbps and Upload 11.92 Mbps.
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