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Pembridge House, Welsh Newton, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

This very elegant, beautifully presented Grade II listed Georgian country home is located a short drive from Monmouth with its renowned schools and easy access to major road networks. Boasting many period features the property has 6 bedrooms, 6 reception rooms, 5 bathrooms, a 2 bedroom detached holiday cottage, formal gardens and 22 acres of gently sloping pastureland and numerous outbuildings including a stable block.


Mill House, Whitebrook, Monmouth

This significant, former mill, 5 bed owner’s house is set in beautifully landscaped grounds with a large Grade II, Listed paper mill, ponds & streams, mature woodland & paddocks of approx. 4 acres. Automated solid wooden gates lead to the gravelled parking area can provide parking for up to 20 cars.

3 Glendower Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

A prominent & spacious Grade II listed, Georgian, 4 storey terraced town house with an extensive and attractive part-walled garden facing Chippenham Fields & three terraced garages. Located in the old part of town within walking distance of the centre, the excellent schools and all amenities. Currently divided into 4 flats but only being offered on the basis that it is converted into a 6 bed family house as per the granted planning & listed building consents.

13 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

Ideal investment opportunity. A Grade II listed property with 5 floors in prime position in the town square with ground floor retail shop/changing rooms, 2 roomed cellar. 3 further floors of offices/residential (subject to planning).The building is in need of up-grading.

16 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

Ideal investment opportunity. This Grade II listed terraced building set in a prime location in the town square with 4 floors and fully up-graded. The ground floor is set up as a building society with tanked lower ground floor kitchen and storage rooms and courtyard garden at rear. A separate entrance leads up to offices on two floors (the owners have applied for planning permission for residential).

Ivy Cottage, Drybridge Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire

A surprisingly spacious five bed Grade II listed town house believed to have early 19th Century origins located in walking distance of all amenities in this sought after historic market town. The property has large, light and airy rooms, off road parking and an easy to maintain garden.

1 St James Mews

A well presented Grade II listed end of terrace mews house located in an idyllic spot in the old part of town within level walking distance of all amenities. Arranged over three floors the property has three bedrooms, a light and airy kitchen diner and first floor lounge both with coal effect Harmony gas stoves, a south facing private enclosed courtyard garden and off road parking.

The property is rendered under a pitched tiled roof with sash windows to the front and wooden windows to back. Features include moulded doors and skirting boards, Travertine tiles to the ground floor and solid oak floorboards upstairs, wood burners and beams throughout.

The Angel

Located in the centre of the historic part of town on the junction of St Marys Street and Church Street this former hotel was extensively reconstructed in 1985 and is set on four floors. The building is Grade II listed and planning and listed building permission is expected to be gained shortly for a mix of retail and residential usage. The owner is offering the ground floor shop to shell finish on a long 999 year lease together with one parking space off the Glendower Street car park which has pedestrian access at the rear of the shop but any deliveries must be made directly off St Marys Street.

The Gas Works

A rare opportunity to acquire this unique and characterful 3 bed Grade II listed private gasworks conversion on the outskirts of this popular village. Set in an elevated location with far reaching views across open countryside, it has a gated drive with ample parking, a sunny enclosed courtyard and conservatory, mature gardens of approx.1/3 acre all within easy reach of major road networks.

Constructed in stone under pitched slate tiled roofs the property was originally built in the 1870s to provide gas for lighting to Goodrich Court, which once stood nearby. Converted in the late 70s it has been cleverly, and very attractively, remodelled with inset hardwood windows and external doors, moulded internal doors, skirting boards, panelling, wood burners, contemporary bathrooms and kitchen and down lighters. The open plan kitchen, utility and conservatory have limestone flooring. An oil fired boiler provides domestic hot water and central heating to radiators throughout. Two solar thermal panels produce hot water.