Charles Church - Ty Mawr, NP7
Prices around £399,950
This exclusive development at Ty Mawr (meaning "big house") features a select number of 3 & 4 bedroom properties on the outskirts of the village of Gilwern just a few miles away from Abergavenny, in beautiful Monmouthshire, suited to both couples and families alike, this development will leave you wanting for nothing.
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Take a walk around our beautifully designed 'Whitmore' show home and see for yourself what this idyllic development has to offer.
Ty Mawr sits on the former site of Ty Mawr Manor house which was previously owned by a successful Iron Master called Crawshaw Bailey back in the 18th century. Surrounded by glorious countryside and the famous 'Sugarloaf' Mountain nearby this development certainly has everything you could wish for at your finger tips. If you are a keen walker or just like to browse around markets and shops then is certainly the development for you!
The first major settlement here relates to Roman times when a fort was established called Gobannium. In the course of time the Normans built a castle area in 1087, and a town developed alongside called 'Burgavenny' The town continued to grow and sometime after 1241 a set of walls was built around the town, with four large protected gateways. The town expanded until the Black Death, arrived in the 1340's but recovered in the 16th & 17th centuries. Today Abergavenny remains a vibrant town, although there is no major industry here, the busy markets, the annual festivals and the tourists they attract support the local economy.
The Abergavenny Food Festival is held annually in the month of September attracting visitors from all over the country. Abergavenny also hosts a number of other festivals and events throughout the year including, the Three Peaks Trial, May Steam Rally, Festival of Cycling, Main Summer Carnival, the Shire Horse show, and lastly a twice a year Fun Fair. There really is something for everyone.
for the more active individual as well as the local leisure centre there is a good choice of golf courses just a few miles away from Abergavenny. The Monmouthshire golf club is set against beautiful scenery of the Usk Valley while the Wernddu is in one of the most picturesque positions and also has a floodlit driving range.
The nearby River Usk is widely renowned as one of the best salmon rivers in Wales. A short stroll from here will take you in to the countryside, while longer walks could lead you to the top of several mountains. the Blorenge and the Sugarloaf provide spectacular views while the Skirrid has a steep initial climb, which breaks out onto a long ridgeway.
Further a field there are plenty of other interesting places to visit:
- The Ironworks at Blaenavon
- Big Pit
- St Fagans museum
- Brecon Beacons National Park
- Symond's Yat Rock
There is a selection of around 18 schools in the area combined of Infant, Junior & Primary in both English and Welsh languages.
Abergavenny is a vibrant town, with it's busy markets and festivals. The town centre is a mix of the old and new. The Cibi Walk arcade contains a selection of usual high- street names, while elsewhere in the town there are many smaller independent shops selling all the other essential items. Waitrose supermarket will also be found on the outskirts of the town, just 3 miles from Ty mawr.
The added attractions of the outdoor and indoor markets means there are many bargains to be found. Regular craft fairs provide an opportunity to purchase hand crafted goods and wares produced locally.
The nearest train station is approximately 5 miles away from this development in Abergavenny. The journey to Cardiff will take approximately 42 minutes and the journey to Newport will take approximately 25 minutes.
The closest hospital to this development is the Neville Hall hospital which is in Abergavenny and approximately 3.5 miles from the development. There are also a number of GP surgeries and dentists also in the area.
Located just 22 miles from the vibrant city of Newport and just 35 miles form the cosmopolitan city of Cardiff, and can be accessed via the Heads of the Valley's road the A465 and also the B4246 road.
Images depict typical Charles Church house type. All room dimensions are subject to +/- 50mm tolerance. This information is for guidance only and does not form any part of any contract or constitute a warranty. All information correct at time of publication and is subject to change. Please check specification by contacting the development directly.