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Llangattock, near Crickhowell, Wales
Four bedroom barn conversion with land near Abergavenny, Powys
Offers over £800,000

A 16th century four bedroom barn conversion with a wealth of original features, set on approximately three acres of land with formal gardens and paddock. The property has panoramic mountain views and is set in a rural location close to the Powys village of Crickhowell

This stone built barn conversion dates from the 16th century and is set in a rural location with glorious panoramic mountain views and easy road access to Crickhowell and Llangattock.


Boasting a plethora of character with features including exposed stone walls, stone flagged floors, exposed beams, arrow slit windows, stone arched windows and a galleried landing with mezzanine, this country residence which was converted by the current owner gives the opportunity for further restoration or improvement to suit.

Arranged over two floors, this home has generous proportions, untypically high ceilings for a barn and the scope for further enlargement into the loft space if required, subject to the necessary consent.

The current accommodation in brief includes:

  • • Triple aspect living room opening into the garden
  • • Kitchen / breakfast room with separate utility room and cloakroom
  • • Mezzanine study with glorious views, dining room and garden room
  • • Triple aspect master bedroom with ensuite
    • Three further double bedrooms

Expansion potential

  • The barn has loft space which has potential for conversion (STPP) to create two further bedrooms and two bathrooms with sitting area


The barn is set at the end of a sweeping driveway with extensive parking and substantial garaging.

The total plot extends to approximately three acres with formal gardens and adjoining paddock


The barn is in a rural location, yet is just three miles from local amenities in Crickhowell. Crickhowell, a small town in southeast Powys, was named the Best Place to Live in Wales in 2019, according to the Sunday Times and has been voted the best High Street in the UK with lots of independent shops as well as a great community spirit.

More amenities can be found in the larger town of Abergavenny, just nine miles to the south east.