About the property

This two double bedroomed mid-link house, (which was originally three bedroomed and could be converted back if required) has been tastefully modernised throughout and offers accommodation comprising living room, dining room, kitchen, rear porch/utility, cloakroom, two bedrooms and a first floor bathroom with a jacuzzi bath. The property is complimented by Upvc double glazing, gas central heating and a living flame fire to the living room. Ideally positioned with easy access to Chepstow town centre and all local amenities including schools, supermarkets, national shops and local boutiques as well as doctors and dentists. The popular market town of Chepstow is located on the banks of the tidal river Wye in Monmouthshire, South Wales and adjoining Gloucestershire in England and attracts locals and tourists alike with easy access to the M4 motorway. The castle situated on the clifftop above the river is considered to be the oldest surviving stone castle in Britain and overlooks the historic cast iron Wye Bridge built in 1816. The town hosts a number of popular community events including the annual Wassail, Mari Lwyd in January and 'Castell Roc' music festival. Chepstow is also home to the Welsh National which takes place annually at Chepstow Racecourse. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Two bedroomed mid-link house (originally three beds)
  • Close to Chepstow town centre
  • Beautifully presented throughout
  • Luxury kitchen with appliances
  • Good sized rear garden
  • Close to local amenities

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Chepstow

30 High Street

Chepstow

Momouthshire

NP16 5LJ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01291 626262

chepstow@archerandco.com

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Chepstow | 01291 626262

Usk | 01291 672212

Ross-on-Wye | 01989 768484

Newport | 01633 449884

Forest of Dean | 01594 715888

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We are fortunate to sell and let a huge variety of property in one of the most beautiful regions of Britain. Set within glorious unspoilt countryside straddling the English Welsh borders are picturesque villages.