Castell Prydydd in Abergavenny up for sale for £1.7m

Well, the Grade II listed Castell Prydydd Farmhouse could be the next home for you at a guide price of £1,750,000.

Nestled into the slopes of the Blorenge mountain, the country house is set in 11 acres of land and enjoys spectacular, unspoilt views – plus there are a few more surprises.

Approaching the stone house with characterful windows, double fronted exterior and wooden porch, there is a scenic driveway, lawns and walled orchard.

Entering the house through a large hall with slate flooring, there are a number of impressive rooms downstairs. The room is so large that it actually serves as a games room for the current owners.

The hall with slate floor

The 30 foot living room includes the original stone fireplace housing a multi-fuel fire, patio doors and a large dining area enjoying views across the land towards Sugar Loaf Mountain.

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The magnificent living room

The heart of the house is a beautiful and stylish kitchen which has been fitted in bespoke hand painted units by Robinson and Cornish under polished black granite work surfaces and slate flooring.

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The kitchen with French doors opening onto the French garden

As well as an Aga town gas oven and chilled water unit, it has a host of built-in appliances. The kitchen also offers ample dining space and has patio doors leading out to the formal gardens.

In addition to utility and cloakroom space, the main floor includes access to a coveted refrigerated pantry/wine cellar.

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The dining room

For those who love the original features, this house is full of beams and oak flooring.

The master bedroom includes a dressing room and a luxurious en-suite bathroom with two sinks, a large bath and a walk-in shower.

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One of the bathrooms

There are two further double bedrooms, one with a full bathroom and a nicely appointed shower room.

The extremely versatile second floor offers an expansive, flexible space, currently used as a guest suite, which includes a 30ft family room with a wood A-frame, office, double bedroom and well-appointed bathroom. On this level there is also another double bedroom.

In the grounds of the property there are more surprises with grazing paddocks with post and rail fencing. These have been used for both grazing and horses illustrating the flexibility of the property both as an equestrian facility (there is a fully enclosed household at the entrance to the property) and simply as a stunning home of rural countryside.

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The paddock

In addition to the main house is a separate adjacent stone equestrian complex with stables, tack room, kitchen and storage.

Above the stables is a spacious independent annex with a lounge, double bedroom, shower room and fitted kitchen/breakfast room providing fully independent accommodation. It’s a great addition with vacation rental potential or multi-generational use.

Castell Prydydd is on the market with Christie Residential, Abergavenny.

To view the property or request more information, call 01873 603000.

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