A FARMHOUSE featured on the popular Netflix show Sex Education is on the market – with a guide price of £1,100,000.

Werngochlyn Farm, near Abergavenny, will look familiar to fans of Sex Education as it’s where Adam Groff (played by Connor Swindells) takes on an apprenticeship in the fourth and final series of the show.

Here the reformed bad boy connects with horses (and Jem who is played by Bella Maclean) continuing his character development on Sex Education which boasts Netflix’s most-watched series launch of 2023 in the UK. 

Many scenes in Sex Education were filmed in Herefordshire and the Wye Valley.

Hereford Times: The farmhouse is prominent in season four of Sex Education on NetflixWerngochlyn Farmhouse and Holiday Cottages are being marketed by Powells, Monmouth with the property listed on Rightmove.

It’s described as a “remarkable property rarely seen in the market” which would suit people within the tourism and leisure industry, those with an equestrian drive, and multigenerational families.


Hereford Times: Plenty of space

The farmhouse

The Grade II listed farmhouse has five bedrooms plus additional converted attic space with the potential to be used as extra accommodation.

The rustic kitchen in the farmhouse has many charming features including stone tiled flooring, stone walls (along with partially tiled walls), and an exposed ceiling beam.

Hereford Times: Farmhouse kitchenHereford Times: Farmhouse kitchen

The farmhouse is also home to a bedsit which was originally an additional reception room and is now known as Werngochlyn Flat.

This has a current tenancy, providing “useful” rental income, but it would be “extremely straightforward” to reincorporate the flat into the main house.

Hereford Times: Pretty outdoor space to explore

Holiday cottages

Meanwhile, the “first-rate” holiday cottages have a lot to offer – including an indoor swimming pool with a hot tub.

Hereford Times: Swimming pool

There are four cottages which are traditionally converted continuing the rustic feel of the buildings based at the site – two of these cottages boast feature wood burning stoves to help guests stay cosy in the Welsh wintery weather.

Hereford Times: Rustic vibesHereford Times: Cottage dining room

The location is ideal for tourists - it's within easy reach of Abergavenny, the Brecon Beacons, and other attractions. 

Hereford Times: A place to connect with natureFind the full details of this listing, which also includes a separate traditional building, on Rightmove.