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Set in a quiet country lane in idyllic Monmouthshire countryside and yet only five miles from Abergavenny, we find this circa 1800's four bedroomed detached stone built cottage set on a plot of just under one acre of mature gardens. This ideal family home offers accommodation comprising: entrance porch, dining Room, snug, living room, kitchen, utility and ground floor shower room. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, two of which are en-suite. The property benefits from oil fired central heating from a new boiler, double glazing and a private water supply. Mature gardens surrounding the cottage and an in and out driveway with detached garage. The village lies at the eastern edge of the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park and offers facilities to include a church, village shop and garage as well as The Skirrid Mountain Inn which is reputed to be one of the oldest public houses in Wales. There is a primary school and village hall located in nearby Pandy. The nearest railway station is Abergavenny. The property is coming onto the market for the fist time in 25 years and early viewing is highly recommended.
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