Bidmead Cook Estate & Letting Agents in Abergavenny
Bidmead Cook & Waldron, estate agents in Abergavenny is situated in a highly prominent position within this busy welsh market town, which itself is surrounded by the stunning welsh mountains and the Brecon National Park.
The office is managed by Ben Bontes-Cutter and holds a vast array of properties from town houses to farmhouses covering a large area of Monmouthshire and Powys with some delightful rural villages within designated areas of outstanding natural beauty.
Ben is backed by a dedicated team of estate agents in Abergavenny who enjoy offering a personal and caring service to all those looking to buy, sell, let or rent property within this most popular of welsh towns.
The offices of Bidmead Cook and Waldron, estate agents in Abergavenny, also offer a full building society service with a Monmouthshire Building Society counter situated within the branch for the convenience of their customers.
Monmouthshire Building Society
Bidmead Cook, estate agents in Abergavenny, are local agents for the Monmouthshire Building Society and also offer a range of financial products and services within their branch.
An historic market town dating back to the occupation by the Romans, then called Gobannium, Abergavenny has an interesting history being built around the remain of its Norman Castle. It was a major wig making and tanning centre during 16th and 17th centuries.
Surrounded by seven hills and flanked by the River Usk, the town and its surrounding countryside is renowned for its natural beauty with the Blorenge mountain dominating the town. Whilst the town offers an excellent range of shops, cattle and general market as well as a hospital, main line railway station as well as excellent road links leading to the A465 and A40 trunk routes and in turn to the M4 and M50 motorways.
Leisure facilities within the town are equally impressive with Avenue Road Cricket Ground, home to many Glamorgan County cricket games, as well as rugby, tennis, bowls and football clubs leisure centre etc, whilst the surrounding countryside is ideal for outdoor activities such as horse riding, hill walking, fishing and bird watching.