New homes in Abergavenny
While family trips to the seaside are no doubt appealing, the main draw of houses in Abergavenny is that you’ve got the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons right on your doorstep. Whether you’re climbing peaks like Ysgyryd Fawr and Sugar Loaf, or sticking to Linda Vista Gardens and Bailey Park in town, start browsing below and explore our latest developments near Abergavenny.
Living in Abergavenny
Whether you’re drawn to Abergavenny for its charming town centre, the spectacular local landscapes or great transport links, this is a fantastic place to buy a home. Especially if you do so through an arrangement like our Part Exchange scheme. With this, we could buy your existing home from you, helping you to move with the minimum of fuss.
Things to see and do in Abergavenny
With green spaces like Linda Vista Gardens and Bailey Park close to the heart of town, Abergavenny Museum, St Mary’s Priory and Abergavenny Market are also in the centre of the action. Meanwhile, Ysgyryd Fach is a hill which rises to more than 270 metres only a mile east of central Abergavenny.
If beautiful walks and great views are your thing, you’re sure to love exploring the local area. From strolls along the River Usk to hikes up 560-metre mountain the Blorenge, additional natural highlights in the local area include the Garn Lakes, Clydach Gorge and Crug Hywel. What’s more, Abergavenny is also on the fringes of the Brecon Beacons, opening up a whole new world of spectacular mountains for you to discover.
There are plenty of excellent schools in this part of Monmouthshire, with Llanfoist Fawr Primary and Cantref Primary two good options for younger children close to the centre of Abergavenny. The local secondary is King Henry VIII Comprehensive, which can be found along Old Hereford Road in the north of town.
Transport links in Abergavenny
Abergavenny lies at the meeting point of the A40 and A465, although it’s usually best to take the A4042 to drive south to Newport. This is a journey of just over half an hour, while it only takes 45 minutes to get to Cardiff in good traffic. The town has its own train station just south of the centre, with services to those two cities a little quicker than driving. Meanwhile, Cwmbran is less than 15 minutes away on the train.
The Abergavenny property market
Abergavenny is a relatively small place, which given its popularity means local housing stock isn’t always in huge supply. Thankfully, there are some excellent options in neighbouring towns and villages, so don’t miss developments like King’s Wood Gate and Nant y Castell not far from Abergavenny. And don’t miss our latest offers page for lots more information about initiatives like the Help to Buy - Wales scheme too.