Guide to Crossgates
Crossgates is a small but well-connected village in mid-Wales, situated at the intersection of the A44 Aberystwyth to Oxford and A483 Swansea to Manchester trunk roads.
Despite its relatively remote location, Crossgates offers good transport links. The two important roads running through it allow drivers to reach Cardiff in under two hours and Birmingham in around 2.5 hours. Furthermore, Pen-y-Bont – a station on the Heart of Wales train line – is located in the village. The track runs from Craven Arms in Shropshire to Llanelli, the largest town in Carmarthenshire.
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One of the biggest attractions of living in Crossgates is the easy access to the stunning natural environment of mid-Wales. In around half an hour, motorists can reach areas of natural beauty such as the Brecon Beacons and Shropshire Hills.
The area has some interesting historic sites – particularly the nearby Saint Padarn’s Church, located to the south of the village close to the bridge over the River Ithon. The picturesque church boasts several fascinating features, including a Norman archway, Celtic stone carvings and a centurial stone dating back to the Roman era.
Although it only has a population of around 700 people, Crossgates is also home to its own primary school, plus a number of local shops and a cafe.
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While there are no estate agents in Crossgates itself, Chancellors Estate Agents’ Llandrindod Wells branch services the village and has a wide range of properties available for sale and to let in and around the area.
For any questions about buying, selling, renting or letting property in Crossgates, our Llandrindod Wells branch is open six days a week, from Monday to Saturday.