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  • Chapel Road, Abergavenny

    £1,500,000 Offers Over
    A fine example of a late Victorian dwelling located in one of the most sought after residential areas on the fringe of Abergavenny town, within a short distance of open countryside. Built in attractive yellow Beaufort brick with sandstone quoins under a tiled roof in 1895 by Charles Oswin Cotton, wh...
  • Capel y Ffin, Abergavenny

    £1,500,000
    The Monastery at Capel y Ffin, is a unique and historic property built by Father Ignatius (Joseph Leycester Lyne) circa 1870. This magnificent property was designed by the architect Charles Buckeridge and is set amidst stunning countryside with the most magnificent views. A rare opportunity to acq...
  • Monmouth Road, Abergavenny

    £1,250,000
    A stunning, contemporary house with considerable attention to detail, and an emphasis on creating a beautiful home with quality build materials and enhanced energy efficiency. The house is positioned in a convenient location within a mile of Abergavenny town centre, close to the railway station and ...
  • Llwyn Du, Abergavenny

    £1,250,000
    Tucked away on the Western fringe of Abergavenny town within the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park (Bannau Brycheiniog National Park) and only a short distance from excellent transport links, this interesting period property is the former coach house to Llwyn Du Court and offers the opportunit...
  • Llanover, Abergavenny

    £1,250,000
    A most attractive Grade II Listed former vicarage with origins in the 17th century and later additions circa 1840. The property was acquired by the local Church, St Bartholomew’s, in the early 19th century and was purchased by the present owners 40 years ago, during which time The Old Vicarage has...
  • High Street, Crickhowell

    £1,250,000
    A beautiful country home located in the sought after Grwyne Fawr valley within a few miles of the picturesque town of Crickhowell. A much loved family home extended and improved over the past 60 years but still retaining much of the character showcasing the 18th century origins. Set in an elevated ...
  • Chapel Road, Abergavenny

    £1,250,000 Offers Over
    A stunning family home located in a prime residential area on the desired Western fringe of Abergavenny town. The house has its origins in the 1930s and has been much improved by the present owners who have thoughtfully considered every detail to ensure the original features and atmosphere have not ...
  • Llanwenarth, Abergavenny

    £900,000 Offers Over
    A much loved period family home for over half a century, Cherry Orchard combines fine Georgian character with features of an earlier dwelling. This impressive house is located a few miles from both the historic town of Abergavenny and the picturesque town of Crickhowell. Occupying a semi rural setti...
  • Cwm Lane, Abergavenny

    £900,000 Offers Over
    Located at the end of a country lane in a picturesque setting within the Brecon Beacons/Bannau Brycheiniog National Park. This picturesque rural setting offers the perfect opportunity to enjoy peace, tranquillity and open countryside with the historic town of Abergavenny and major road and rail link...
  • Coed Morgan, Abergavenny

    £850,000
    A rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II Listed cottage with a substantial range of outbuildings and circa 10 acres of pasture land. The property would suit a potential purchaser looking for a home/business with the potential to run a livery yard or a small business where ample parking and an offic...