Take a look around Wales’ most expensive multi-million-pound properties.

Three of the five most expensive homes in Wales are in Monmouthshire.

All of the homes on the list are valued at £3,000,000 or more, with the most expensive in Llanvhangel Crucorney, in the county.

Outside of Monmouthshire, Gwynedd and Pembrokeshire also feature.

Here are the five most expensive currently for sale in Wales.

Llanvihangel Crucorney, Monmouthshire - £4,500,000

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This eight-bed attractive stone farm building is found at the end of a long drive and a courtyard.

A garden path leads up to the front door and into the panelled entrance hall off which are the drawing and dining rooms.

The hall then leads to the library, a comfortable room with French doors to the outdoor dining terrace and the garden.

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Leading from the hall through an arch is the elegant inner hall with stone staircase leading to the first floor.

Upstairs the first floor comprises six bedrooms, four bathrooms and an office, all reached from the expansive landing.

The second floor comprises two further bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as a large attic well suited to use as a playroom.

For more information, contact agents Knight Frank on 01179 116813.

Tidenham, Chepstow - £3,750,000

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This six-bed manor house was completed to specification in 2005.

Tidenham Manor stands within some 7.4 acres of superb, landscaped parkland and manicured gardens in a commanding elevated setting, with panoramic views over a long stretch of the nearby Severn Estuary to the southern Cotswolds.

The main house offers almost 9,000 sq.ft of immaculate and manageable accommodation with classic high ceilings and the benefit of underfloor heating virtually throughout.

Both the drawing room and sitting room have fine views of the Severn Estuary and grand glazed doors leading to the east terrace.

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All three main reception room have bespoke fireplaces.

At the heart of the house is the kitchen with hand crafted bespoke units including a huge island with sink and butcher's block and an extensive range of integrated appliances.

Upstairs are six well proportioned bedrooms, all with shower and/or bath.

For more information, contact agents Fine & Country on 01291 629799.

Abermaw, Gwynedd - £3,500,000

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This stunning property comes with 14 bedrooms, more than 16 acres of woodland and gardens, and is in a wonderful position for exploring the coast, mountains and culture of the northwest of the country.

The history of the Coes Faen Estate dates back to around 1865, when the railway first came to the area and started the transformation of Abermaw from a shipbuilding, fishing and trading rural community to a Victorian seaside resort destination.

The properties are just 500m away from Snowdonia National Park, also making it ideal to explore hills, mountains and woods via footpaths, mountain-bike trails, or on horseback on the bridleways.

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Easily accessible in this beautiful part of Wales are Dyfi Nature reserve, Zipworld, Bounce Below, Fairbourne Steam Railway, the Bear Grylls Survival Academy, Barmouth and Dolgellau heritage trails, and castles - in particular, Harlech.

The Clock House and Coes Faen Lodge come with 16.64 acres of beautiful established woodland and gardens.

The woodland is a haven for wildlife, as is the stunning and sizeable pond.

For more information contact Strutt & Parker on 01285 653101.

Monmouth, Monmouthshire – £3,250,000

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This superb 19th century country house has been carefully renovated to provide extensive accommodation.

The property boasts six bedrooms, five reception rooms, an orangery and a snooker room.

Four of the six bedrooms include an en-suite, and there are also two further bathrooms.

A grand Entrance Hall with its original Victorian tiled floor welcomes you into the house.

To the front of the house, with magnificent far-reaching views are a number of large reception rooms.

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These include a Dining Room with marble fireplace, a Study with ornate cornicing depicting grapes and vines, a Drawing Room which is a formal sitting room with a marble fireplace and a Morning Room, and a less formal sitting room which benefits from the morning sun.

The property also boasts 3.5 acres of land, including a Mediterranean style garden with yukkas, palms, cypress and fig trees surrounding the outdoor heated pool.

For more information contact Savills – Cardiff on 02920 368900.

Tenby, Pembrokeshire - £3,000,000

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The four-bed Tenby home comes with majestic large grounds set on an elevated position with stunning panoramic views over the sea, coast and outlying islands.

The custom designed Huf Haus was built in 2012 and was meticulously planned to maximise the cliff side location and ensure unobstructed sea views from as many rooms as possible.

A gated entrance gives access to the driveway past beautifully landscaped grounds up to a large parking area with a triple garage.

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The interior, across two floors, is light and spacious with an easy flow-through from a generous entrance hall with vaulted ceiling to an inner hall (piano room) where a floating staircase rises to the first floor.

The laundry and plant room as well as a double bedroom, shower room and glorious master bedroom with luxurious en-suite bathroom plus sauna, along with a walk-in dressing room are located on the ground floor level.

For more information contact Savills – Cardiff on 02920 368900.