A MONMOUTHSHIRE property with hyperlinks to Owain Glyndwr and twelfth Century origins is available on the market for a cool £4.5 million.
Nice Campston, close to Abergavenny, is considered principally comprised of seventeenth Century additions, however it’s understood that there was a settlement on the positioning since at the very least the twelfth century.
Initially belonging to the Cistercian Abbey at Dore, after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536, Campston was granted to John Cokke of London and in 1600 got here into the possession of John Pritchard.
The Pritchard household lived there for a few years and Charles II was entertained at Nice Campston in 1645 on his strategy to Raglan.
The Battle of Campston Hill, during which Welsh revolutionary Owain Glydwr suffered a heavy defeat, in 1404 is believed to have been fought on the property.
A protracted drive leads by an arched entrance to the courtyard. A backyard path leads as much as the entrance door and into the panelled entrance corridor off that are the drawing and eating rooms.
The Georgian property boasts eight bedrooms and an in depth open-plan kicthen and breakfast room.
In whole, the property and grounds are available in at a roomy 275 acres.
There may be even a vacation let included. A two-bed, two-bathroom cottage referred to as the Billiard Room (after the homeowners’ earlier use).
If that wasn’t sufficient there’s a swimming lake for these balmy summer time days and superb views out to the Skirrid.
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