Abergavenny is an historic market town on the river Usk and often referred to as gateway Brecon Beacons National Park.
Here the landscape is more rugged than the rolling countryside bordering Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth and the town is surrounded by mountains, predominately the Sugar Loaf and Blorenge, and it is very rare to find a property or road that does not have a view of the spectacular countryside.
To the west is the picturesque Powys town of Crickhowell which again is surrounded by beautiful countryside and mountains, including Table Mountain. The area attracts many tourists and offers a wealth of activities within the Brecon Beacons together with many historic and interesting properties.
In more recent years, the area has become renowned for its top quality restaurants and food produce, with an annual Food Festival, which attracts in excess of 30,000 visitors, held in Abergavenny each September. The area is well served with transport links with'A' roads linking to the M4/M5 and M50 motorway networks. There is a main line and a railway station in the town.