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  • Llangattock, Crickhowell

    £1,250,000
    Ty Fry is a beautifully refurbished farmhouse set high on Llangattock mountains with spectacular panoramic views across Llangattock, the River Usk, towards Crickhowell and the surrounding areas. This much loved family home has seen much laughter and fun with family parties in the grounds, ample spac...
  • Crickhowell, Powys

    £1,000,000 Offers Over
    Built of stone beneath a slate roof with stunning southern views out over the Usk Valley to Llangattock Mountain, the house sits proudly in its grounds. It is entered from the quiet back street through a panelled front door with half-light above to a large hall with oak floor boards and staircase wi...
  • Cross Ash, Abergavenny

    £875,000 Offers Over
    Graig House, also known as Great Graig is a truly magnificent Grade II listed property with 16th Century origins and elegant Regency remodelling. The property is understood to have been refashioned by William Prichard in the early 19th century and then purchased by the antiquary Thomas Wakeman. The ...
  • Llangenny, Crickhowell

    £700,000 Offers Over
    A most enchanting barn conversion, enviably situated at an elevation of about 700ft on the western slopes of the Sugar Loaf and enjoying a south-westerly aspect. The Barn House is a thoughtfully converted, former agricultural barn with much character and an abundance of appealing, traditional feat...
  • Llanellen, Abergavenny

    £700,000
    A unique and beautifully presented barn conversion set in glorious grounds of just under 5 acres including stunning landscaped gardens and woodland. Additional individually designed 2 bedroomed/2 bathroom wooden lodge house. Set within the Brecon Beacons National Park and within half a mile of the B...
  • Abergavenny

    £700,000 Offers Over
    Glazed double doors open into the entrance hall leading to three double bedrooms, one with a fully tiled en suite shower room with twin glass sinks and corner shower. The light-filled bedroom to the front of the property is south-facing and has sliding doors to the driveway. From the hall a wooden...
  • Bryngwyn, Usk

    £675,000
    Sunnybank presents a rare opportunity to purchase a spacious detached property with land in a sought after south-facing location on the edge of Llanarth village. The house is in need of updating and modernising and has great potential to be a comfortable family home. With origins in the 1800s and e...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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. ...
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