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Built by the current owners in 2000, Cadfan is a superb detached family home located in a secluded setting within the popular village community of Gilwern, near Abergavenny. It is a location that offers a peaceful, rural feel yet within easy reach of a range of local amenities (school, shops, pubs, etc.) and the popular market towns of Abergavenny and Crickhowell. At over 2700 sq ft, the property is exceptionally broad in its scope and affords impressive and flexible ground floor accommodation. The tone is set upon entering into the large and welcoming hall which leads to a 20’ lounge (incorporating a wood burning stove) with conservatory off it, and a fabulous, similarly proportioned kitchen/diner with bi-fold doors to the garden. The kitchen offers extensive workspace, including a feature island and benefits from a large separate utility room. Also on the ground floor is the 19’ master bedroom with French doors, and extensive fitted wardrobes benefiting from a refurbished en-suite shower room. The downstairs accommodation is completed by an office and WC. Upstairs there are four well-proportioned double bedrooms, all with fitted storage and including one en-suite shower room, and a smartly presented four-piece family bathroom. The property is set back behind a driveway providing parking for several cars and leading to a detached double garage. The garage provides a great deal of potential, as there is access to an upstairs room that could be converted into an alternative office, hobby or games room. Largely laid to lawn the rear garden is a superb entertaining space with substantial patio area to the fore (accessed from both the conservatory and kitchen), framed by raised borders and beds. The garden enjoys a supremely verdant aspect and further benefits from access on both sides of the property and a timber garden store. In summary, Cadfan is a supremely impressive family home both inside and out set within a superlative slice of the Brecon Beacons National Park that is offered with no onward chain.