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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

    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...
  • Llanwenarth, Abergavenny

    £900,000 Offers Over
    A much loved period family home for over half a century, Cherry Orchard combines fine Georgian character with character and 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 se...
  • The Bryn, Abergavenny

    The Old Rectory, as the name implies, is the former rectory for the neighbouring St Cadocs Church which lies behind the house. The house is situated in a peaceful corner of a popular village located between Abergavenny and Monmouth. Steeped in history with a wealth of features and much character, it...
  • Llangenny, Crickhowell

    A unique house located in the Brecon Beacons National Park on the fringe of Llangenny village. Steeped in history, Druids Altar is a Grade II Listed house with origins in the 18th century. Added to over the last 300 years, including the addition of a second storey and cross wing in the late 19th cen...
  • Chapel Road, Abergavenny

    £795,000 Offers Over
    A substantial 1970s house located in a prime residential area on the Western side of Abergavenny and yet within a few minutes’ walk towards open countryside and access to the Sugar Loaf Mountain. The house has been a much loved family home for circa 45 years and now offers an opportunity to bring...
  • Ross Road, Llantilio Pertholey

    Unique, quirky, spacious, charm, character, beautifully presented... just some of the words I could use to describe this delightful family home created from a former stone agricultural barn. Crowfield Court, believed to have been owned by the Crawshay Bailey Estate is a select development located a ...
  • Glangrwyney, Crickhowell

    White Hall is a characterful Grade II Listed house offering typical Georgian elegance and charming features throughout. Believed to have been built circa 1780 and extended circa 1839, this delightful property presents a rare opportunity to acquire a spacious, comfortable family home in a village loc...
  • Grosmont, Abergavenny

    An attractive attached Grade II listed stone fronted house located in the heart of Grosmont, a pretty and thriving village located equidistant between Abergavenny, Hereford and Monmouth. Grosmont is situated on the English/Welsh border between the Brecon Beacon National Park (Bannau Brycheiniog) and...
  • Grosmont, Abergavenny

    Located on the fringe of a thriving village situated between Abergavenny, Hereford and Monmouth. The Poplars is a period property offering spacious family accommodation complemented by a generous lawned garden with patio.