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A charming, three bedroom detached cottage located on the Western edge of Abergavenny, within the catchment of Cantref Primary School. Built by the Marquess of Abergavenny in the late 1800s and still bearing his seal, this characterful, stone-built house is set within a superb plot of approximately a third of an acre and retains a number of period features. The ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance porch that opens into the 17’ reception room with feature bay window and fireplace. Beyond this is the dining room, and kitchen/breakfast with side access. Off the kitchen is a conservatory as well as a utility area and downstairs WC. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and family bathroom. The property is approached via an extensive driveway providing parking for numerous cars and sufficient to comfortably house a motor home or caravan. The south facing garden is a wonderful space, with a number of distinct areas to enjoy. These range from spaces to entertain and survey the view of the Blorenge Mountain, to the formal lawned area with well stocked borders. In addition, the property boasts a fabulous and productive vegetable garden, with the range of produce grown too long to list. This is complemented by a greenhouse and a brick-built outbuilding (formerly the pig sty). It also has a vast amount of storage in the form of a number units attached to the house. It should be noted that the property further benefits from privately owned solar panels that are subject to the highest available tariff.