A beautifully appointed Grade II listed former farmhouse enjoying panoramic views over the Black Mountains and sitting in over 11 acres.
The property is incredibly well presented throughout and includes high quality fixtures and fittings, while retaining a wealth of period features. The ground floor accommodation includes a large reception/dining hall located in the centre of the house with slate floors and leads to the principal reception rooms. A 30' drawing room has an original stone fireplace with a multi-fuel fire, oak beamed ceiling and French doors to the terrace and gardens.The sitting room has a slate floor and oak beams and the views are across the grounds towards the Sugar Loaf Mountain. The room is accessible from the reception/dining hall and the kitchen/breakfast room. The superb kitchen/breakfast room has been comprehensively fitted with hand painted bespoke units by Robinson and Cornish with granite work surfaces and a slate floor. There is a 4 oven mains gas Aga, with integrated appliances including a chilled water unit and separate oven and electric hob. The kitchen also provides ample space for dining and has French doors leading out the terrace and gardens. A utility room is situated beyond the kitchen and provides laundry space and access to the walk in boiler room. Double oak doors also provide access to a highly coveted refrigerated larder room/wine store. Rear access to outside is via a boot room. The first floor landing has exposed beams and oak flooring that leads to three bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a double aspect with fabulous distant views. A dressing room leads onto a luxurious en-suite bathroom with twin wash hand basins, large bath and a walk-in shower. There are two further double bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and one having the use of a separate shower room. The second floor can be used in a variety of ways. There is a games room which could be a further sitting room to provide independent space to one of the two bedrooms on this floor. Bedroom 3 has a study area and a well-appointed en-suite bathroom. OutsideThe house is accessed via a private sweeping driveway which leads to gravelled parking and turning area. Immediately surrounding the house are terraces, one with hot tub, expansive lawns and formal gardens, an enclosed orchard and magnificent views towards The Sugar Loaf Mountain and surrounding countryside.Adjoining the gardens are pasture paddocks with post and rail fencing. There are double wooden gates providing separate vehicular access from the rear lane onto a driveway. There is also a fully enclosed manège with spectacular views of the Black Mountains.The Stables and The Coach HouseIn addition to the main house is an adjacent equestrian stone built complex with 4 stables, tack room, kitchen and storage. This complex is extremely flexible and could be used for garaging and workshops if required. Positioned above the stables is a spacious self-contained annexe with a sitting room, bedroom, shower room, study and fitted kitchen/breakfast room providing fully independent accommodation. This is an excellent addition with holiday let potential or multi-generational use.
Castell Prydydd is a substantial Grade II former farmhouse, located in an elevated position on the lower slopes of the Blorenge Mountain, above the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal as well as Monmouthshire Golf Course. The property is approached by a country lane over the canal bridge and located about 2 miles from Abergavenny. The property benefits from uninterrupted views of Sugarloaf mountain.