About the property

Superbly presented four bedroomed property located within the beautifully landscaped grounds of Mounton House, a Grade II listed house of the Arts and Craft design which was completed in c1912 and the home for 10 years of Henry Avery Tipping who had a background in creating and restoring period houses and gardens. The property is situated off a long sweeping driveway with electronic security gated entrance leading into attractive courtyard. Located approximately 2 miles from Chepstow which offers a range of facilities to include shops, restaurants, wine bars, pubs, schools, leisure facilities, road bus and rail links. The M48 is within easy access for commuting to Bristol, London, Newport or Cardiff. The renowned Wye Valley and surrounding countryside offers a wealth of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast and of historical interest locally are the castles of Chepstow and Caldicot and the famous Cistercian Abbey at Tintern. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, open plan kitchen/living room, four bedrooms (master bedroom with en-suite) and bathroom. There is a garage and two parking space together with an extensive patio area that overlooks the communal gardens and grounds. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Entrance hall, open plan kitchen/living room
  • 4 bedrooms (master bedroom with en-suite) & bathroom
  • Extensive patio area & beautifully landscaped communal gardens
  • Garage and further parking for two cars
  • LP Gas central heating
  • Easy access to M48 motorway network

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Chepstow

30 High Street



NP16 5LJ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01291 626262


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