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A superb example of an Arts & Crafts chalet bungalow, located on a sought after residential road a short walk from Abergavenny train station, the wide-ranging amenities of the town centre and the walks of Castle Meadows. Built in the 1930s, “The Dingle” was built by a local architect as his family home, adhering to the Arts & Crafts stylings of Charles Voysey and Henry Luck North. The details and features remain in abundance including tiled fireplaces, parquet flooring, exposed beams, joinery and brass ironmongery. The exceptional character of the property is complemented by generous proportions throughout to make a home of exceptionally rare quality and style. The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hall that opens into the superb 19’ living room with doors out to a veranda and feature bow window, a large dining room and kitchen/breakfast with pantry. There are also two large and equally proportioned double bedrooms with dual aspect serviced by a modern shower room and additional WC. 15 years ago a new staircase was installed in the rear hall to create an additional bedroom utilising a pre-existing sun room in the attic space. This large and sunny room is accompanied by an en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. It should be noted that the heating and electrical systems were completely renewed at this time. The property is set back behind a hedged frontage and work is underway to create a driveway to provide parking for two cars. The Dingle benefits from extensive and mature front and rear garden with a pond punctuating the front lawn which wraps around to the side where there is a vegetable patch and greenhouse. The rear section of garden comprises a raised terrace to the fore with substantial seating area, and large area of lawn the gently slopes down to a stream and a screen of mature trees. This is truly exceptional home of rare quality and character is offered with no onward chain.