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Kilgeddin House is a charming five bedroom, mews-style property enjoying a secluded courtyard setting on the edge of the hugely sought after village of Llanvair Kilgeddin, midway between the market towns of Abergavenny and Usk. Formerly the stables of neighbouring, Pant-Y-Goetre House, the property offers generous proportions throughout and retains a wealth of period character and charm. The property benefits from flexible accommodation, which largely divides the house into a three bedroom main dwelling and a two bedroom attached apartment. The ground floor of the main house comprises a central entrance hall that opens on one side to the formal lounge with feature fireplace housing the wood burning stove, with French doors out to the garden. On the other side of the hall is a 19’ kitchen/family room with extensive fitted units, timber worktops and range oven. The ground floor accommodation is completed by an impressive formal dining room, home office and utility room. From the hall stairs lead up to the bright landing with feature window which leads to the large master bedroom with triple aspect, extensive fitted wardrobes and modern four piece en-suite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms, both with fitted storage and a family bathroom. The first floor two bedroom apartment, forming part of the property, is accessed via steps up to a separate entrance as well as internally via stairs from the dining room. It comprises a central lounge area with original timber beams, with two substantial double bedrooms at either end and a modern shower room. This section would ideally suit buyers looking for multi-generational living or for ancillary accommodation. Kilgeddin House enjoys an exclusive location in a courtyard setting shared with two other properties. It is accessed via a carriage driveway that also provides access to the large double garage with two up and over electric doors. The fabulous, walled rear garden is exceptional and is as integral to the charm of the property as the house itself. Particularly private, it offers a wonderful blend of discreet spaces to enjoy from the patio dining area off the main lounge, various secluded seating areas screened by mature trees and shrubs, to the working vegetable garden with greenhouse. It is a horticulturalist’s delight, extensively planted with a dizzying array of well stocked beds with the further benefits of an potting shed integral to the house and large double gated access to the side. While the property enjoys a wonderful rural position, it also benefits from easy access to the road network. The M4 is in easy reach, making both Cardiff and Bristol accessible within 35 minutes, while the extensive and wide ranging amenities of both Abergavenny and Usk are 10 minutes away. In summary, Kilgeddin House is a thoroughly unique home in a superlative, village location that is offered with no onward chain.