Dmk Residential are delighted to offer to let this 3 bedroom mid-terrace townhouse, with a walk-in shower room. The property is located within the picturesque village of Abergwynfi, a semi-rural ex-mining village within Port Talbot County.
Key characteristics; - Zero Deposit Option Available - Afan Valley views - Semi-rural village location - 3 spacious bedrooms - 1 reception room - Walk-in shower room - Rear garden - Off-street parking - Full gas central heating from a modern combi-boiler
Layout; Ground floor (street level); - Entrance halway providing access to lower ground floor, first floor, livingroom and shower room - Livingroom: Spacious L shaped front facing living room. - Shower room: Spacious walk-in shower room suitable for someone with special mobility requirements
Lower ground floor; - Kitchen/diner: Open plan kitchen diner, also provides access to rear garden
First floor; - Hallway: Provides access to 4 bedrooms - Bedroom 1: Spacious double bedroom - Bedroom 2: Double bedroom - Bedroom 3: Large single bedroom
External; - Rear garden: Split across 2 levels, of which 1 is mostly patio and the other mostly grass providing rear access from the driveway - Driveway: Large drive for 2 vehicles, with ability to gain access via the rear garden
Details; Rent: £475 pcm Bond: £575 (or ask us about our Zero Deposit Option) Pets: Some pets considered EPC Rating: D Heating: Fgch Furnishings: Unfurnished Tenure: Long-term Available from: 1st February, 2021
About the area; Abergwynfi is the first half of a village of two parts, the other being Blaengwynfi. The names of the two villages mean "Mouth of the Gwynfi" and "Source of the Gwynfi" respectively, the Gwynfi being the (rather short) river that separates the two. Aber and Blaengwynfi are generally referred to as "The Cape" by residents of the two villages and the neighbouring few. This term comes from when the villages were marketed as "The Cape of Good Hope" during the years when coal mining was very important to the valleys. Abergwynfi is located within the Afan Forest Park which is a popular mountain bike centre. The property is located just a short drive to the M4 Port Talbot (Junctions 40 and 41) and to the M4 Bridgend (Junction 36). The village offers a variety of small corners stores, a pub, a church and many beautiful walking trails. The number 59 bus service provides frequent access to Neath Port Talbot. The village is also home to Pen Afan Primary School, with a grade 3 Estyn rating. Maesteg is the closest larger town, and is approximately 10 minutes away by car. Maesteg provides all of the essential living requirements such as a variety of larger super markets, Maesteg bus station and swimming pool/gym.
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