3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleAbergavenny
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- Attractive Period Townhouse
- Within walking distance of town centre
- Much character and wealth of features
- 4 floors including attic room and cellar
- Good sized, enclosed garden with pond
- EPC rating E
A fine example of a period town house, built in the late 1800's. This attractive house, formerly a shop, has been sympathetically updated and improved to provide a spacious home with much character and many features including wooden floors and period fireplaces.
12' 9'' x 10' 0'' (3.89m x 3.05m)
9' 9'' x 8' 9'' (2.98m x 2.67m)
14' 3'' x 12' 4'' (4.35m x 3.75m)
15' 3'' x 11' 4'' (4.64m x 3.46m)
12' 3'' x 8' 1'' (3.74m x 2.46m)
16' 5'' x 12' 6'' (5.00m x 3.81m)
Monmouthshire County Council have residential permit allocation for St Michaels Road in Abergavenny at a cost of £40.00 per annum.
We are advised that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating system.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
Abergavenny is an historic town located on the banks of the River Usk and known as 'the Gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park'. The town is nestled between the Blorenge, Sugar Loaf and Skirrid Mountains and within a mile of the town offers recreational walks through the beautiful countryside and along the Brecon and Monmouth Canal. A wide range of amenities including shops, doctors, dentists, first class restaurants and public houses, places of worship, cinema, leisure centre and theatre can be found within Abergavenny as well as the remains of a Norman castle. The town is well served with transport links, from the main Hardwick roundabout there is access to the A465 Heads of the Valley and Hereford Roads, the A40 and the A4042. These roads link to the A449 and the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks. A main line railway station and bus station can be found within the town.
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The principal rooms are all of a good size with a welcoming and spacious entrance hall providing access to the sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor shower room with W.C. and useful cellar. The original staircase with balustrade and period newel post leads to the first floor where 3 bedrooms and a bathroom are situated. A staircase leads to the second floor which comprises two rooms with attractive arched windows affording views across the town (the access to the second floor rooms is limited by restricted ceiling height). From the kitchen/dining room are French doors opening onto a small terrace with a good sized garden beyond which incorporates lawn and a small pond. The garden is calling out for someone with green fingers to create a tranquil outdoor space within a stone's throw of the town. On road parking is available in St Michael's Road.
16' 4'' max 15' 2'' min x 12' 5'' (4.97m max 4.63 min x 3.79m)
9' 7'' x 9' 1'' (2.91m x 2.76m)
13' 0'' x 9' 8'' (3.97m x 2.94m)
Ground Floor Shower Room
16' 4'' max 15' 2'' min x 12' 9'' (4.97m mas 4.62 min x 3.88m)
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