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A semi-detached period home offering a great deal of potential, and located in a discreet rural setting on the edge of the Monmouthshire village of Govilon, near Abergavenny. Available on the open market for the first time in over 60 years, Weldon House is steeped in local history having been integral to the local Wildon Iron Works in the 19th Century, remnants of which punctuate the surrounding landscape. The property affords extensive space that is currently configured as a two double bedroom home across two storeys, with an entrance]to the upper floor from road level and one to the lower floor from the garden. On the raised ground floor, there is a 17’ lounge, a large double bedroom, a further double bedroom with en-suite shower room and a light and airy landing. On the lower ground floor there is a 16’ kitchen/diner, bathroom and large entrance hall. Behind the kitchen and accessed externally is a 15’ store room. There is undoubted potential to include this store into the living space and creates the possibility of turning the property into a three bedroom home. Weldon House sits adjacent to the Cwm Shenkin Brook just below the Tyla and in the lee of the Blorenge Mountain. Externally it benefits from an off road parking area for one car to the front with steps down to the garden which wraps around the side and rear. The side area is largely paved with numerous flower beds while to the rear there is an section of lawn with seating area overlooking the Brook. In this part of the garden there is the additional benefit for of a further attached store. This is an exciting and unique property in an exquisite location that is offered with no onward chain.