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Llanwysg House and The Coach House, Llangattock, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1LW


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Key features

  • Grade II* Listed Georgian Villa designed by John Nash
  • 6 double bedrooms, plus lower ground floor apartment/office suite
  • Circa 3 acres of gardens STC and level grounds with wide lawns
  • Idyllic setting nestled within the Black Mountains
  • Separate, detached three bedroom Coach House with independent gardens and parking
  • Spectacular reception rooms with shuttered full height sash windows all with magnificent views
  • Splendid views across the River Usk to surrounding countryside and beyond
  • Within a mile of Crickhowell and circa 6 miles Abergavenny and circa 13 miles Brecon
  • Quote Reference GP608630
  • Link detached via the carport


Quote Reference GP608630 - Approached through private, secure electric gates and via a long, sweeping driveway, you will be exasperated by this handsome and substantial period dwelling laid over four levels. In addition, a three-bedroom Coach House is located within the grounds at the foot of the driveway.

The property is listed as Grade II* and dates back to the late 1700s when John Nash built it for Admiral Gell, a close friend of Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, who is believed to have visited in around 1802. The house boasts exceptional interiors and a host of period features, including high ceilings with decorative coving and plasterwork, panelled doors, and shuttered windows. It was remodelled circa 1850s, which included the addition of an Italianate-style front porch.

This vast home's principal rooms are on the ground and first floors, with former servants' accommodation on the second floor. A lower ground floor provides storage, boiler, and utility rooms, along with the possibility of a self-contained apartment or office suite, or to be designed with your preference in mind.

Llanwysg House occupies approx. 3 acres (STC), including the long, sweeping driveway approached through level lawn gardens, well-stocked mature trees and shrub beds, a private woodland which enjoys annual and perennial flowers and an abundance of bluebells set in amongst the original icehouse structure.

The welcoming three-bedroom detached Coach House at the start of the driveway provides additional accommodation for a housekeeper/gardener for multigenerational living for visits from family/guests or as a holiday let opportunity. The splendid, independent property dates to a similar period as the house with several original features, including exposed timbers, stonewalls and countryside views from every aspect. The Coach House was previously used as a holiday let and has the additional benefit of its private garden, a large gravel area perfect for entertaining, alfresco dining, or enjoying a glass of wine in the evening sun. A further lawned area, which descends with river views and the added benefit of parking to the front, completes this desirable and character home.

This inspiring property is within walking distance of the Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal, with its established towpath, perfect for walking or cycling while enjoying the scenery and peaceful surroundings. The property is located one mile from the High Street of Crickhowell's highly regarded market town, within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is also within 6 miles of the market town of Abergavenny and circa 13 miles to Brecon. It has excellent communication road and rail networks linking to the M4 corridor to Cardiff and Bristol.


Crickhowell is a thriving place to live on the River Usk in the southern part of the Black Mountains and the eastern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park. This historic town is a popular tourist destination, and the town centre has a tourist information centre. It is enjoyed by many tourists visiting the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. Visitors can enjoy different outdoor activities such as mountain biking, camping, hillwalking, rock climbing, fly-fishing, hang-gliding, or caravanning, and they can also tour the area by car. If you're in the area in mid-August, you can attend the Green Man Festival, which takes place annually at the nearby Glanusk Park. Crickhowell has two schools, Crickhowell Community Primary School and Crickhowell Comprehensive School.


I have been made aware that the properties are connected to main electricity, water, septic tank, and oil central heating.

Council Tax Bands

Llanwysg House - I

The Coach House - F

The Coach House EPC - E


Follow through Crickhowell as you head towards Brecon. Turn left at the Petrol Station and continue until you reach the traffic lights. Turn right after you've passed over the Crickhowell Bridge and Llanwysg, and The Coach House can be located approximately 1/2 mile on your right-hand side.


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Llanwysg House and The Coach House, Llangattock, Crickhowell, Powys, NP8 1LW


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