This stunning Grade II Listed property of immense charm and character is said to have been built at the end of the 18th century has been sympathetically renovated & dressed by the present owners who have perfectly blended character with contemporary styling. The oldest part of the property is to the fore, which oozes Georgian stature & character, with the rear being a later extension added during the Victorian era. Spread over three storeys this spacious and beautifully presented period home retains bold original & restored features. The current owners have sympathetically restored this property to an exacting standard to include refurbished windows, exposed and reclaimed fireplaces, wooden panelling with exposed stone wall & floorboards. The whole property was also stripped back and relined with lime plaster throughout as well being fitted with moulded cornice and ceiling roses,
The accommodation comprises firstly to the ground floor an inviting entrance hall with a Chinoiserie inspired staircase leading to the first-floor landing. There is a cosy living room, the walls lined with panelling boasting a warming original fireplace as well as a large open plan kitchen diner which also boasts a exposed inglenook fireplace with doors leading out into the gardens. Also, from reception hall turned stone stairs lead down to the cellar which has a vaulted ceiling.
To the first floor you are greeted by three well-proportioned bedrooms as well as beautiful refurbished family bathroom, with a impressive walk in shower and whose walls are lined with Moroccan Tadelakt Plaster. Continuing up the staircase, the top floor is occupied entirely by the stunning primary suite, with magnificent vaulted ceilings and a feature freestanding bath to be enjoyed. There is also the added benefit of a separate ensuite shower room. Outside
- To the rear there is a sizeable and private garden, which boasts a large flag stoned patio area with the remainder of the gardens being mainly laid to lawn and enclosed with stone wall boundaries with permit parking available just a stone's throw from the property. This property is located in the historic market town of Chepstow enjoying Severn Estuary and town views which offers a range of amenities including shops, schools, pubs and restaurants as well as leisure facilities plus both road and rail links. For the more adventurous soul, the stunning Wye Valley offers a range of outdoor activities, perfect for the outdoor enthusiast.
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