Knoll Road

29, Knoll Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 7AN

£650,000

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Description

A substantial four bedroom detached property superbly located in, much sought after Knoll Road, on the western side of Abergavenny within the catchment of Cantref Primary School. The property enjoys delightful views to both front and rear.

The property is in good order throughout offering extensive and flexible accommodation. The ground floor comprises an entrance porch leading to a large and welcoming entrance hall with stairs to first floor cloaks cupboard and cloakroom/w.c. The lounge is light and airy with patio doors overlooking the garden and window to front elevation with arch to dining room with window to rear garden. The family/garden room provides a useful reception area.

The kitchen/breakfast room is accessed via the entrance hall providing a spacious area for dining and is fitted with a range of base and wall units, integral sink and cooker, two windows overlooking the garden and door to side entrance.

A turned staircase to first floor with landing leading to 3 double bedrooms, two rooms having fitted wardrobes, and bedroom 4 being a good sized single room. A family shower room with separate wc is off the landing.

Outside. Approached via a tarmacadam driveway providing parking facilities and leading to a double garage with electric door, light and power. The front gardens are principally lawned with mature shrubs and low brick retaining wall. Side entrance leads to a rear garden, which again is lawned with mature shrub borders, a patio area and enclosed with hedgerow giving a good degree of privacy enjoying views to the Deri Mountain.

An excellent property that offers further potential to improve the already generous accommodation, in a select location within easy reach of the town's wide-ranging amenities. Offered with no onward chain.

SITUATION

The town centre of Abergavenny offers comprehensive leisure and shopping amenities including individual boutique style shops, eateries and restaurants, grocery and newsagent stores, supermarkets, and well-known high street shops. The town is particularly well served by schools for all ages at both primary and secondary level. The area is favoured as a foodie haven hosting the Abergavenny Food Festival annually, as well as an ideal base for professional and amateur leisure pursuits. For those seeking long walks and bike trails, there are pathways leading to the River Usk and the Brecon to Monmouthshire Canal as well as the summit of Blorenge Mountain from which hang gliders may be seen, plus many of the other mountains that surround this historic town.

Details

Property ID: 24958853
Price: £650,000
Property Type: Detached House
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Receptions: 2
Gardens: 1
Parking Spaces: 2
Garages: 1

Features

Detached Property

4 Bedrooms

3 Reception Rooms

Kitchen / Dining Room

Garage & Driveway

Enclosed Garden to Rear

Western Side of Abergavenny

No Onward Chain

Viewing Highly Recommended

Ground Floor Cloakroom & Family Bathroom

Floorplan

EPC

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