New homes in Monmouthshire 

The Orchards
The Orchards
Hildersley Farm, Hildersley, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7NW
  • £265,000 to £350,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Framed by rolling hills and open fields in scenic Ross-on-Wye, you'll find The Orchards, a development of 2 & 3 bedroom homes. All the homes come with solar panels, with selected homes having EV chargers. You'll be just a short stroll from the River Wye, providing a selection of scenic walks and beautiful views of Chase Wood.
DWH @ Brunel Quarter
DWH @ Brunel Quarter
Shipyard Close, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 5WG
  • £315,000 to £504,500
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Introducing Brunel Quarter, a premium collection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes in historic Chepstow. Here you will find beautiful views of the River Wye, public squares, a park and path alongside the river. Commuting is easy with the A48 and the M48 nearby.
Winnycroft
Coming soon
Winnycroft
Winnycroft Lane, Matson, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 6EJ
  • Coming soon
  • Winnycroft is a development of 3 & 4 bedroom homes in Gloucester, set within 15 acres of open space and surrounded by countryside. This new development includes play areas and allotments and you’ll be just 4 miles away from Gloucester town centre. Ofsted rated ‘Good’ schools are close by, as well as local shops and pubs. For commuters, the M5 is less than 4 miles away.
Ladden Garden Village
Ladden Garden Village
Off Leechpool Way, Yate, Bristol, South Gloucestershire, BS37 7YX
  • £295,000 to £550,000
  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom
  • Ladden Garden Village is a new community in Yate, with a range of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes. This neighbourhood includes a Sainsbury's Local, a nursery, 32 acres of open space, 4.5km of cycleways and footpaths as well as sports pitches and play areas. The M4 is just 15 minutes away and Bristol city centre is within easy reach.

Make the Move

Monmouthshire is the most easterly county in South Wales, bordering Gloucestershire and Herefordshire to the west, and Glamorgan and Brecknockshire to the east. Encompassing further fantastic towns such as Abergavenny and Pontypool, the county has idyllic countryside, lovely towns and many historic sights, ensuring the consistent popularity of new houses in Monmouthshire.

Transport links

  • Good connections by road and car into both Wales and England. The county is served by A roads, including the A40 and A449, and southerly areas benefit from the M48 and M4 motorways near Caldicot and Chepstow.
  • Monmouthshire has four railway stations. Abergavenny is on the line between Swansea and Manchester, Caldicot and Chepstow are both on the line between Cardiff and Cheltenham, and the Severn Tunnel Junction is a stop on the route from Cardiff to Bath and Cheltenham.
  • Approximately 40 minutes by car to reach Gloucester along the A40.
  • Monmouth to Hereford by car takes around 30 minutes, following the A49.
  • 25-minute car journey from Chepstow in the south of the county to Bristol
  • Chepstow to Cardiff takes approximately 40 minutes by car via the M4 or 40 minutes by train.
  • Abergavenny can be reached from Newport in 30 minutes by car on the A4042 or 25 minutes by train on the Arriva Trains Wales service. The train journey from Abergavenny to Manchester takes approximately two hours and 30 minutes.
  • The closest airports are Cardiff Airport, Bristol Airport, and Birmingham Airport.
 

Places of interest

  • Monmouthshire is home to several medieval castles, including Raglan Castle, Chepstow Castle, Caldicot Castle, and Usk Castle.
  • Tintern Abbey, famous for inspiring poets such as William Wordsworth and Lord Alfred Tennyson
  • The Kymin is an 18th-century Round House and Naval Temple owned by the National Trust, offering stunning views overlooking the town of Monmouth.
  • Monmouthshire borders the Brecon Beacons National Park, providing ample opportunities for outdoor activities.
  • Blorenge Mountain and the Sugar Loaf, part of the Black Mountains, offer breath-taking views of Abergavenny and the River Wye. 
  • The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal passes through Govilon, Abergavenny, Goytre, and Pontypool, providing opportunities for towpath walks, cycle rides, and boat trips.