Llanvihangel Crucorney, Abergavenny
- Attractive 2 bedroom semi-detached cottage
- In a rural location, with beautiful views
- Generous garden with lawns and paved patio area
- Much character and period features
- Previously configured as a three bedroom cottage
- Parking area with Garage/workshop
- EPC Rating D
Property SummaryLocated along a quiet country lane, amidst the unspoilt rolling countryside of Monmouthshire, this attractive two-bedroom semi-detached cottage should be viewed to appreciate, not only the cottage but the attractive garden. The cottage has much character including exposed beams, a fireplace with oak surround and slate hearth housing a multi-fuel stove, and a spiral staircase. The kitchen/dining room is fully fitted with a range of cupboards, integrated dishwasher and “Stoves” range cooker. The accommodation on the ground floor comprises an entrance hall with utility area, living room with fireplace and doors to the former rear porch/study area, and kitchen/dining room. Spiral staircase from the living room leads to the first-floor landing with doors off to 2 double bedrooms and bathroom with corner bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C. The cottage was previously configured with 3 bedrooms and could be converted back, subject to necessary planning consent.
The gardens are predominately laid to lawn with a paved patio area and views towards the Skirrid Mountain. The cottage is approached from a country lane leading to a driveway/parking area and open fronted garage/workshop for multiple vehicles.
The cottage is set amongst a small cluster of properties in a rural setting, two miles from the historic village of Llanvihangel Crucorney which is on the English/Welsh borders of Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. The village lies at the base of the Skirrid Mountain, also known as the Holy Mountain and a few miles from the stunning Llanthony Valley. The village has a shop, garage and is the home of The Skirrid Mountain Inn, which is believed to be the oldest Public House in Wales and has stood for over nine centuries. The ancient market town of Abergavenny which is circa 7 miles distant, has an excellent range of amenities such as shops, primary and secondary schools, banks, doctors, dentists, library and local general hospital. The town has a leisure centre, theatre and cinema and the surrounding area is well known for its many high quality restaurants. Abergavenny has a mainline train station and good road links for commuting and the property is situated within easy reach of A465/A449 trunk roads to the M4, M5 and M50 motorways for Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham and the A40 for Brecon and Monmouth.
We are advised that mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Private drainage via a shared (with 1 other property) septic tank. Oil fired central heating system. Range Cooker has LPG gas hob.
Fixtures and Fittings
Unless specifically described in these particulars, all fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale though may be available by separate negotiation.
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