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5 bedroom house for sale
Gilwern, NP7, Gilwern, Abergavenny
- 5 Bedroom Detached House
- Stunning Panoramic Views
- Off Road Parking and Garden.
- Potential to extend accommodation (subject to necessary consents).
- Large patio and well kept garden
Half glazed stable entrance door, understairs cupboard.
Tiled floor. Wooden panelling with opaque glazed panel. Door to:
Opaque glazed window to rear. Step-in fully tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C.
Study 13'7 x 7'11
Window to front, radiator.
Sitting Room 24'6 (max) 11'11 (min) x 15'11 (max) 12'1 (min)
Windows to front and side.Feature stone fireplace, two radiators, double glazed doors to hall. Door to study.
KItchen/Breakfast Room 22'10 x 15'4
Windows to side and rear with stunning views. Door to outside. Fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units with work surfaces over and inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Inset halogen hob with concealed extractor above.Built-in electric oven. Two display part-glazed wall cabinets. Dresser unit comprising four cupboards and drawers, two glazed display cabinets and display shelves. Walk-in pantry. Two radiators. Space for table and chairs. Space and plumbing for appliances. Space for freestanding American style fridge/freezer. Spiral staircase to lower ground floor.
Lower Ground Floor
On this level are the utility room and conservatory (accessed from the kitchen) and a range of store rooms and cellars accessed from the outside.
Utility Room 14'8 x 5'6
Accessed by spiral staircase from kitchen. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled floor, radiator and glazed double doors to:
Conservatory 15'9 x 11'10
Hardwood framed with double glazed windows, polycarbonate roof and tiled floor. Double doors to outside.
Potential for further extension (subject to obtaining any necessary consents.) Three stone rooms with concrete floors. Room 1 - 14'1 x 9'0 Room 2 - 15'5 X 13'11 Room 3 - 13'3 x 9'2
First Floor Landing
Gallery style, double glazed windows.
Bedroom 1 15'5 x 15'5
Dual aspect with windows to side and rear offering views across surrounding countryside, two radiators, oak flooring. Door to:
Ensuite Shower Room
Window to rear. Corner fully tiled step-in shower cubicle with overhead shower glass, wash hand basin moulded on glass wash stand and low level W.C. Laminated wall covering, wall mirror, radiator and full-width mirrored wall.
Bedroom 2 16'0 x 13'9
Windows to front and side with views. Window seat. Two radiators.
Fitted shelves and hanging rails.
Bedroom 3 12'0 x 8'6
Window to front. Radiator.
Bedroom 4 9'5 x 8'3
Window to front. Radiator.
Bedroom 5 9'8 x 6'11
Window to side. Radiator. Oak flooring.
Opaque glazed window to rear. Suite in white comprising corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C, bidet and step-in fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower. Tiled walls. Radiator.
Adjoining the property to the side is a paved patio whilst at the rear there is a brick paviour patio from which stunning views may be enjoyed across the surrounding countryside and from which steps lead down to the gardens. There are extensive lawns, specimen shrubs and trees, planted borders and beds as well as a delightful pond. The property also enjoys the benefit of a useful range of outbuildings which includes three garages/workshops each approximately 15ft 7" x 7ft 10" and also an extensive area of cellars and storage at lower ground floor level accessed from outside.
Store Rooms/ Workshops approximately 15'7 x 7'10 each
Range of outbuildings comprising 3 garage/workshops
The property has mains electricity and water. There is a septic tank and oil-fired central heating.
Situated on the outskirts of the village of Gilwern and within walking distance of the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal, local convenience store, petrol station and public houses in Gilwern. The picturesque town of Crickhowell is approximately 5 miles and the larger market town of Abergavenny, with a main line railway station, is approximately 7 miles. Both towns have a wider range of facilities including banks, doctors, dentists, library, shops, cafes and restaurants. Abergavenny has supermarkets, a cinema, theatre, leisure centre with swimming pool and general hospital. There is access to the Valleys and Merthyr via the A465 Heads of the Valleys road and the M4/M5 and M50 motorways (for Cardiff, Bristol, London and the Midlands) via the A40/A449 at Abergavenny