WITH just one home available within an exclusive gated development in Abergavenny, VIP takes on a new meaning for homebuyers.

The Very Important Property at Wedgwood Park is a four-bedroom detached Bonvilston, from independent homebuilder Edenstone Homes.

Priced at £395,000, the Bonvilston features a lounge to the front, with convivial kitchen, dining and family room spanning the rear. There’s also a study, utility and cloakroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en-suite and dressing room, with the remaining three bedrooms sharing the family bathroom.

Properties at Wedgwood Park have been much sought-after thanks to the site’s winning combination of high specification properties and unbeatable location, close to the town centre and yet bordered by open countryside, on the fringe of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

The new community created by Edenstone Homes includes apartments created within a renovated Grade II listed 18th century building, which was the former home of the horticulturist John Wedgwood; converted buildings and a variety of new build homes set within 20 acres of parkland, featuring Japanese Maples and a c180 year-old American Redwood.

Martin Taylor, managing director for Edenstone Homes, said: “Monmouthshire is one of the most desirable counties to live in within Wales, not only is this due to its beautiful scenic views, including the breath-taking Brecon Beacons, but also because of its great schools, places to eat and incredibly low crime rate.

“Those looking to call the area their home can be assured that all properties at Wedgwood Park have been designed to match the standard of the surrounding countryside. But with such limited availability, they will need to act fast to take advantage of a rare opportunity to live in a brand new home set amid acres of private parkland. The grounds of Wedgwood Park have truly come into their own at this time of year and it’s refreshing to stroll through the green open spaces and listen to the bird song.”

Surrounded by the Blorenge, Sugar Loaf and Skirrid Mountains, Abergavenny dates from the Roman invasion, when the fort was expanded into a castle in early Norman times.

The Abergavenny of today has a vibrant town centre offering a mix of big-name and independent traders, centred around the historic Market Hall, designed by John Nash. This thriving community is also well served by local primary and secondary schools that are within walking distance, and private schools only a short drive away.