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Sarno Square, Abergavenny

£575 pcm
  • Ref: 5824936
  • Availability: To Let
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
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Property Features

  • One Bedroom 2nd Floor Apartment
  • Delightful communal gardens
  • Allocated Parking
  • Close to road links and railway station
  • EPC rating D

Property Summary

The second floor apartment forms part of a Grade II listed conversion of a former hospital and is part of an award winning development carried out by Redrow Homes. This spacious one bedroom apartment combines the exterior of an attractive Victorian building with a contemporary interior. The apartment is accessed via a communal entrance with a security entry system which leads to the hall and staircase. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall with storage cupboards, open plan Sitting/dining/kitchen with integrated appliances. The spacious bedroom has built in double wardrobe and views of the grounds to the rear. Bathroom with bath and shower over, W.C. and wash basin. The property also benefits from one allocated parking space. The property is located approximately a mile from Abergavenny town and within a short distance of major road links and the railway station. Sorry, strictly no pets or Smokers. Available March 2020, EPC Rating D, Water rates included with the rent.

Full Details

Entrance Hall

Open Plan Sitting/Dining/Kitchen (19' 10'' x 11' 1'' max 6' 2'' min (6.04m x 3.39m max 1.87 min))

Kitchen (13' 0'' max 6' 0'' min x 9' 1'' (3.96m max 1.83 min x 2.77m))

Bedroom (10' 8'' x 10' 3'' (3.24m x 3.13m))

Bathroom (9' 1'' x 5' 5'' (2.78m x 1.66m))

Residents of Sarno Square enjoy access to the beautiful parkland grounds of Parc Pen-y-Fal with extensive lawned areas, mature trees and planting, footpaths and garden pavilions. Allocated parking space to the side of the main building.

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.