Properties

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  • Ffawyddog, Crickhowell

    £650,000
    Pen-Croeslan Uchaf is a fine example of a substantial stone farmhouse believed to date from the late 18th/early 19th century and is thought to have once formed part of the Estate of the Duke of Beaufort. The front of the farmhouse is classic Georgian style, double-fronted with the rear of the house ...
  • Llanvihangel Crucorney, Abergavenny

    £650,000 Offers Over
    Believed to have been built circa 1730, the property has much character and many period features combined with an interesting history, having been a blacksmiths and post office in the past. Today a much loved family home, the house has, in more recent times, been run as a successful Bed & Breakf...
  • Llanover, Abergavenny

    £650,000 Offers Over
    An attractive period, detached house with much history and character in a glorious location with views across the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. Believed to date from the mid 1800s, this light and interesting house offers versatile accommodation and is complemented by a rear courtyard with stable...
  • Upper Redbrook, Monmouth

    £645,000
    Spring Villa is at its heart a handsome Victorian period house though extended and refurbished about 10 years ago. It is approached from the lane up to a wide parking area and path to the entrance porch. The interiors are beautifully decorated yet still include a host of period features such as larg...
  • Pen y Pound, Abergavenny

    £625,000
    This splendid house is at the heart of Wedgwood Park, the former home of John Wedgwood of the famous pottery family. The property is approached over a stone path flanked by planted borders to the front door with eye-catching lunette window above. The welcoming hallway has Amtico flooring and solid o...
  • The Legar, Crickhowell

    £600,000
    Park Place has a wealth of period features throughout, typical of the Victorian era including cornices, dado rails, high ceilings and sash windows. The current guest entrance door opens into a spacious entrance hall with wooden staircase to the first floor and doors to a downstairs W.C./shower room ...
  • Gilwern, Abergavenny

    £600,000 Offers Over
    Delfryn is an interesting property combining original character with contemporary touches. Two separate staircases provide an opportunity for multi-generational living or private guest accommodation. Throughout the house are many attractive features such as wooden doors and floors, exposed beams and...
  • Gilwern, Abergavenny

    £585,000
    The welcoming front entrance opens into a spacious hallway with doors to the garage, W.C. and inner hall. Glazed doors lead to an impressive 30’ family room incorporating a dining area leading to a wonderful sitting room with wide windows to the front, a cream Dimplex stove on a slate hearth and s...
  • Llanvihangel Gobion, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

    £585,000
    A charming and delightful period house with views across the rolling Monmouth countryside, located just off the B4598 Abergavenny to Raglan Road, ideally placed for access to Abergavenny, Monmouth and Usk. This delightful home is set over several levels providing a family home with much character. ...
  • New Dixton Road, Monmouth

    £585,000
    Ty Mynach is one of Monmouth’s most important houses with an interesting history. Listed Grade II, it probably dates back to a 17th Welsh longhouse, whilst in the early 19th century it was drastically increased and became two substantial late Georgian properties. It later became incorporated into ...