Ty Boda, Upper Llanover, Abergavenny

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Ty Boda, Upper Llanover, Abergavenny
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This charming, rambling 17th Century country home which is believed to have been a former Welsh long house is located above the village of Llanover affording superb views towards the Skirrid mountain and across the Vale of Usk and is just circa 6 miles distant to Abergavenny and 7 miles to Usk.

Beautifully presented with its eclectic interior which has strong emphasis on texture, colour and design. The house has delightful grounds extending to approximately 2.7 acres of spectacular gardens which include a wildlife pond, a detached agricultural building/studio and ample parking to the front of the house and additional parking. This beautiful rural house really is a character family home which offers versatile living accommodation with ample room for each member of the family to enjoy time together or to find their own space. The house is ideal for entertaining and is complemented by the various terraces and decked areas accessed via glazed doors from the principal rooms. The property would lend itself to multigenerational living or perhaps, as a B&B/ holiday let annexe. 

The cottage lies off a country lane and has hardstanding to the front with space for several cars. There is a courtyard enclosed with stone walls with an attractive water feature. A pedestrian gate leads to the garden. To the far side of the garden is a planted meadow accessed from both the garden and a gate from the lane. To the other side of the garden are double gates leading to a substantial parking area, access to the garden and to the agricultural barn/studio. 

One of the principal features of this property is the extensive and breath taking garden which is truly exceptional. The gardens have been open for the last four years as part of the National Garden Scheme Wales and attracted many visitors. Thoughtfully created by the present owners, the gently sloping grounds include wooded areas, mature shrubs and an interesting herb garden. There are several storage areas plus a summerhouse and a quaint, stone outbuilding set above a natural wildlife pond with wooden jetty. Other features include a meadow recently planted with over 1300 native trees, an interesting stone circle, orchard, fernery and potager. From the gardens are beautiful views towards the Skirrid Mountain. The gardens and grounds are both a haven for wildlife and designed to be enjoyed throughout the seasons.