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  1. St Teilo's Church, Llanarth, Abergavenny, Monmouth

    Industrial for sale

    £95,000

    1,928 sq ft

    • Car park
    • Concrete floors
    • Friendly
    • Grade II
    • Telephone system

    St Teilo's church is grade II* listed and was built between 1835-1836. it is a rare example of Gothic style architecture in Wales. The church is arranged over ground floor level incorporating a prominent integral former bell tower as well as a large graveyard.

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  2. Welsh Newton Common, Monmouth NP25 5RR

    Office for sale

    £1,400,000

    5 acres

    • Car park
    • Courtyard
    • Fruit
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge

    A period country gentlemans residence Five self contained apartments within a barn conversion generating healthy rental income Panoramic far ranging countryside views Detached converted Coach House in a cobbled walled garden Grounds approaching 5 acres Rural position yet just 4 miles from Monmouth town centre Mature landscaped gardens including well stocked fruit and vegetable plots, lawned tennis court and courtyard garden A truly unique opportunity which must be viewed to be appreciated

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  3. Croesonen Parc, Abergavenny NP7 6PE

    Land for sale

    P.O.A.

    2.98 acres

    The property comprises a 1.10 Ha (2.98 acres) plot of land. The land slopes upwards gently from frontage onto Ross Road on the Western edge. There is residential settlement to the East and a water course within a wooded area to the Western boundary with agricultural land beyond the woods. The access off Ross Road has been constructed.

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  4. 16 Agincourt Square, Monmouth, NP25 3DY

    Retail for sale

    2,282 sq ft

    • Business park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Security
    • Storage

    Monmouth is the historic county town of Monmouthshire and is situated 2 miles west of the border with England. The town is 30 miles north east of Cardiff and 113 miles west of London. Monmouth is a thriving market town benefiting from sessional tourism due to its proximity to the Wye Valley. Agincourt Square forms part of the primary retailing district within the town where both national and local retailers are present. The property is situated directly opposite the historically significant Grade I* listed Shire Hall. Notable occupiers in close proximity include Barclays, HSBC and Joules. 16 Agincourt Square is a mid terraced Grade II listed Georgian building with accommodation over four floors. The vacant ground floor and basement area was most recently used as a building society. The ground floor consists of sales area with security partitioning, two WC’s towards the rear and access to the garden area. The basement provides ancillary storage and staff kitchen area. The self contained first and second floors were previously used as offices. Planning permission has been granted for a three bed maisonette although no works have been carried out. Planning Application Number: DM/2018/00386.

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  5. 8-10 Monnow Street, Monmouth, NP25 3EE

    Retail for sale

    £400,000

    3,214 sq ft

    • Business park
    • Cafe

    Monmouth is the historic county town of Monmouthshire and is situated 2 miles west of the boarder with England. The town is 30 miles north east of Cardiff and 113 miles west of London. Monmouth is accessed via the A40 to the north and south with a number of bus routes serving the local area and beyond. Monnow Street is the primary retailing thoroughfare in the town where there is a mix of local and national retailers. The property occupies a good position towards the north of Monnow Street. Nearby occupiers include White Stuff, Café Nero, Principality and Get Connected. The available property is a 4 storey terraced property comprising two self contained ground floor shops and self contained upper floors with potential for office or residential conversation (subject to planning).

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  6. 5 Frogmore Street, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5AE

    Retail for sale

    £59,000

    1,834 sq ft

    • Storage

    Abergavenny is a historic market town located 15 miles west of Monmouth and 22 miles north of Cardiff. The property sits at the edge of pedestrianised Frogmore Street adjacent to EE and opposite to Card Factory and Specsavers. Other nearby retailers include Caffé Nero, Vision Express, Mountain Warehouse and Vodafone.

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  7. Thornwell Road, Bulwark, Chepstow NP16 5NS

    Leisure for sale

    £425,000

    4,700 sq ft

    • Car park
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant

    Chepstow is a town in Wales adjoining the border with Gloucestershire approximately 18 miles north west of Bristol and approximately 19 miles east of Newport with a population of circa 13,000 residents. The pub is situated just off the M48 fronting Thornwell Road and is surrounded by predominantly residential dwellings with a small retail parade located in the immediate area comprising Dominos, Lidl, Londis, Spar, takeaway shops and Severn Bridge Social Club.

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  8. 26A Brecon Road, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 5UG

    For sale

    £625,000

    3,642 sq ft

    • Car park
    • Friendly
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Storage

    The subject site and buildings are located on Brecon Road (A40) a major arterial thoroughfare to the north of Abergavenny town centre. The road links from the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road to Crickhowell and Brecon beyond.

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  9. Development Site at Pill Row, Severn Bridge Industrial Estate, Caldicot, Monmouthshire

    Industrial for sale

    £250,000

    2.5 acres

    • Friendly
    • Telephone system

    The site comprises a regular level site measuring 2.5 acres (1.01 hectares) bounded by Pill Row in the west and the Severn Bridge Industrial Estate in the remainder. The site is a Greenfield Development opportunity and is available for immediate development. Access to the site is gained either via Pill Row or the existing roadway through the Severn Bridge Industrial Estate known as Castle Court.

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  10. Cross Ash, Monmouthshire NP7 8PS

    Leisure for sale

    £750,000

    1 acre

    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Flexible space
    • Furnished
    • Kitchen

    Sitting in a rural position amongst the gently undulating countryside of Monmouthshire in the lee of the Graig and affording fine long distance countryside views towards the Blorenge, the Sugar Loaf and the Skirrid Fawr and further across the valley over the famous Black Mountain range of the Brecon Beacons National Park, is this substantial four bedroomed, four bathroom family home with five reception rooms. Featuring a superb centerpiece kitchen with reception rooms adjoining, this rural residence is undeniably just perfect for hospitality and entertaining at home. Enjoying views to all aspects and with gardens and grounds of approximately 1 acre to include a stable, tack room and an enclosed paddock. The footprint and size of this unusual property will certainly arouse interest, given its potential to re-configure to suit individual requirements. Porth Gwyn would suit an extended family residence, or as a substantial home with flexible space for a work office environment while it has the potential to generate additional income by providing B&B accommodation. The property was historically extended to include a primary dwelling with an interconnecting annexe to suit multi-generational living and this could easily be re-instated if so desired.

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  11. To the West of Wales One Business Park, Caldicot

    Land for sale

    P.O.A.

    9 acres

    • Business park

    A well situated block of potential commercial development land set adjacent to the M4. The land has been identified as an industrial and business site within the Monmouthshire local development plan with B1 use. The land is a level, enclosed block extending to approximately 9 acres.

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  12. Pentre Court, Llanwenarth, Abergavenny, Sir Fynwy, NP7 7EW

    Leisure for sale

    £995,000

    • Car park
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Train transport

    Commercial/leisure potential, boutique B&B (subject to planning), Pentre Court enjoys a glorious south facing position with far reaching views across to the Black Mountains National Park., Surrounded by beautiful gardens, Pentre Court is only about 3 miles south of the centre of the thriving market town of Abergavenny with national rail service (fast train journeys from Abergavenny to London Paddington are around 2 ½ hours)., The town provides for everyday needs including a Waitrose supermarket and the local area is well known for a number of award winning gastro pubs and restaurants. There are also numerous excellent golf clubs in the area including the Celtic manor course that hosted the Ryder Cup in 2010. Excellent local road connections provide quick access to neighbouring towns and the national motorway network (M50, M5 and M4)., Local towns include Monmouth with its Haberdashers’ schools being about 16 miles to the east, Hereford, about 25 miles to the north-east and Cardiff, about 30 miles to the south-west. Travel by car to London is on average about 2 ½ - 2 ¾ hours., Enchanting family home with charming gardens, Grade II listed with beautiful views, 9 bedrooms; Coach house, Commercial/leisure potential, boutique B&B (subject to planning), Pentre Court is situated off the A40, a driveway leads to a parking area for several cars and a coach house offering potential for conversion to further accommodation (subject to relevant planning permission). The house is surrounded by its own gardens laid to lawn with hedge row, mature boarders, trees, flower beds & borders, flagstone patio area for alfresco dining, a swimming pool, charming bridges crossing the stream, a small area of woodlands and two pasture paddocks. An original walled garden affords the option to enjoy an enclosed kitchen garden.

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  13. Former St Llywels Church, Llanllywel, Usk, Monmouthshire

    For sale

    £75,000

    64 sq m

    • Friendly
    • Grade II
    • Telephone system
    • Tiled floor

    St Llywel’s Church is a Grade II listed medieval church which endured extensive rebuilding in the 1870’s and is constructed of rubble stone walls under a pitched, stone tiled roof. Internally, the church is arranged over ground floor level and has a mixture of paved stone and wooden floor boards in the main hall and a tiled floor finish in the vestry area.

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  14. Development Land Hill Farm, Pwllmeyric, Chepstow, NP16 6LA

    Land for sale

    P.O.A.

    0.67 hectares

    • Telephone system

    Outline Planning Permission has been granted subject to completion of a S106 Agreement. Indicative plan for 15 residential dwellings with the option of two additional plots for open market housing. The property comprises a block of relatively level agricultural land extending to approximately 0.67 hectares (1.65 acres) which has outline planning permission for residential development, this land is edged red on the attached plan. Additional land extending to 2.23ha (5.52 acres), edged blue is also available and has been promoted for development by Monmouthshire County Council in the last Unitary Development Plan. Planning Outline planning permission has been obtained (Planning Reference DC/2016/00953) subject to the completion of a S106 Agreement. All matters are reserved except for highways and access which is proposed from Pentwyn Close. The permission is granted for 6 open market residential units and 9 units are to be provided as either Low Cost Home ownership or Social Rented properties in accordance with the affordable housing provisions set out in planning policy S4 of the Monmouthshire County Council Adopted Local Development Plan.

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