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Located in an elevated and secluded position near the peak of Llanwenarth Breast and some 3 miles from Abergavenny town centre, this registered smallholding is known to date back to the 1780's, although its origins may be well earlier. Substantially extended from its original incarnation, Upper House Farm affords ground floor accommodation including an impressive 30’ kitchen/diner with feature fireplaces, original bread oven and exposed beams. In additional there is a lounge with vaulted ceiling and mezzanine storage area and a south-facing and recently built conservatory to the front. In addition, there is a newly added home office area off the large entrance hall, a utility room and downstairs WC. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a freshly refurbished four-piece bathroom. Modern improvements include a renewed oil-fired heating system, solid-fuel Rayburn range, double glazing and solar panels. The property occupies a largely sloping plot of approximately 7.9 acres that enjoys truly superlative views across the Usk Valley towards Blorenge Mountain and extending 180 degrees east and west. It is an exquisite position affording a vista that is rarely available in the local area. The ground comprises two paddocks, domestic gardens, vegetable plots, and hillside. In addition to the land the new owners will be entitled to limited Grazing (Estovers) Rights on the surrounding common land. Furthermore, there are several useful outbuildings which are used for general storage, logs, animal feed etc. This is a thoroughly unique home offering a rare combination of character, ground and aspect rarely available on the open market.