This gorgeous Georgian town house is situated in the oldest part of Chepstow and enjoys stunning views of Chepstow Castle. Read more
This gorgeous Georgian town house is situated in the oldest part of Chepstow and enjoys stunning views of Chepstow Castle. Located a short distance away is Chepstow riverside which was once an open area of shipyards surrounded by warehouses. In more recent times, the riverside has been landscaped with the gardens enjoying views of the Old Wye Bridge and contains a bandstand used for summer concerts as well as a selection of bars and restaurants. It is also now the start and finish point of the Wales Coastal Path making it ideal for taking a stroll with friends, family and pets.
This whole row of town houses was built in the early 19th century and was designated a Grade II* listing due to it being a virtually complete and picturesque example of a Georgian terrace with many of the properties affording original features such as original sash and bay windows. Here at number 44 there are two spacious reception rooms to the ground floor with an extension allowing for a kitchen/breakfast room with four bedrooms spread over the two upper floors. In addition, there is vaulted cellar, which could be converted into further accommodation.
The property is located a short distance from Chepstow High Street and within walking distance of all amenities including shops, restaurants, pubs, wine bars, schools, leisure centre & coffee shops. Road and rail links are also available making ideal for those looking to commute. Parking is available in the several nearby car parks where you can apply for residential permit.
Upon entering the property, you are greeting with the first of two reception rooms, which displays a ornate bay window looking out to the fore. A doorway leads through to the second reception room which offers an open fire place with a warming log burning stove. An archway leads into the extended kitchen breakfast room where there are views to be enjoyed of the castle as well as access to the gardens. On the first floor there is a family bathroom plus two bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a home office as it allows of views of the castle and surrounding countryside making it perfect for working from home. To the second floor you have two further double bedrooms with the primary bedroom once again enjoying views of the castle. There is a dressing area which could be converted into an en-suite for the primary bedroom or converted into a further family bathroom to serve both bedrooms on this floor. Furthermore, the property affords a useful cellar with vaulted ceiling and exposed brick work, this space could be converted into further living accommodation.
Outside - To the rear of the property, steps lead down from the kitchen to the courtyard garden which has been designed for low maintenance living, with an open west facing aspect, ideal for taking in the last of the evening sun while taking in the views of the castle. A courtesy door leads under the house to a useful storage room, where you will find the combination boiler and a door leading back into the cellar.
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