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A hugely impressive Grade II listed, semi-detached Victorian home occupying a prime position on the favoured southern side of Monmouth Road in Abergavenny. Built in 1896 and the previous residence of Edwin Foster, architect and builder of nearby Fosterville Crescent, Bella Vista offers exceptionally generous five bedroom accommodation coupled with a wealth of period features and character. Affording over 2700 sq ft of flexible space, across three floors, the ground floor accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with mosaic tiling, leading to a large lounge with feature fireplace and bay window enjoying spectacular views across the Usk Valley to the Blorenge Mountain. There are two further large reception rooms, again with working fires, a modern fully fitted kitchen diner with direct access to a veranda overlooking the garden. From the kitchen there is a side entrance hall, utility room and downstairs WC as well as access to the 18’ cellar with direct access out to the rear garden. On the first floor there is a south facing 18’ principal bedroom, again with feature bay that provides uninterrupted views, two further generous double bedrooms, a superb family bathroom with freestanding bath, shower room and separate WC. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, one with separate study/workspace. It should be noted that the current owners have fully renewed the roof of the property within the last year. The property is set back from the road through a stone pillared entrance behind a front garden, with driveway to the side providing parking for several cars and leading to the detached double garage. The south facing rear garden is dominated by the spectacular view of the Blorenge and offers a huge amount of potential to cultivate further. It currently comprises of a substantial paved seating area to the fore with access to the cellar and a woodstore below the house, with steps up to the veranda. From the patio the garden gently slopes down and is largely laid to lawn, framed by flower beds, and interspersed with numerous trees including a central Magnolia. There are two further seating areas including a large patio to the rear with timber storage shed. In summary this is a superlative home that offers a rare opportunity for buyers looking for a prime residence in this superb location.