- Extensively refurbished semi-detached bungalow
- Desirable location, within walking distance of the train station
- Stylish and contemporary accommodation finished to a high standard
- Gas central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout
- Lovely views of the Blorenge Mountain
- EPC rating E
Property SummaryLocated less than a mile from the town centre and within walking distance to the train station, this lovely semi-detached two-bedroom bungalow can be found in the sought-after area of Holywell Crescent. The property has been extensively refurbished and provides stylish and contemporary accommodation. In brief the accommodation comprises: a small conservatory which doubles as a utility room and leads in to the hall with airing cupboard, an open plan kitchen/living room, the kitchen area has fitted base and wall cupboards with integral induction hob with extractor fan above, fridge, dishwasher, microwave, wine cooler, fridge, electric fan oven and Belfast-style sink. The living area overlooks the rear garden. As well as the double bedroom there is a master bedroom which has a built in wardrobe and ensuite shower room with shower, low level W.C. and wash hand basin, additionally there is the main bathroom which has a freestanding bath, low level W.C. and wash hand basin. Pull down ladder to the loft space which has been converted into a room with Velux window, power and radiator.
Sorry no pets or smokers, available early December 2019
EPC rating E
Double wrought iron gates lead on to the private driveway which provides parking for two cars. The property is set back from the road behind a lawned garden with flower and shrub borders and views across the town and the Blorenge Mountain. The enclosed rear garden has a patio area and lawn.
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.
We are advised that mains electricity, gas, water (water meter) and drainage are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating.