About the property

Asgarth (Nordic word meaning 'up high with the Gods') is well situated in an idyllic setting on the edge of the historic village of St Briavels, which was once known as 'Ledenia Parva' (Little Lydney) and benefits from many local amenities including junior school, public house, village shop, Doctors' surgery and St Briavels Castle which is a dry moated Norman Castle noted for its magnificent Edwardian gatehouse guarding the entrance and the medieval church of St Mary immediately opposite the castle. The property is approached off a quiet lane with Chepstow and the M48 motorway network giving access to Bristol, London, Newport and Cardiff being approximately 8 miles distant. The individually designed and well-presented split-level family home benefits from attractive and well-maintained gardens with truly magnificent views to the rear over the Wye Valley, Bigsweir Bridge, Whitebrook and beyond. The Vendors tell us they were blown away with the views when they first saw the house and have loved living in the village which offers excellent schools and great community spirit. The sunsets observed from the rear garden are, they tell us, second to none. Read more

Property at a glance

  • 1960's built split level four bedroomed house
  • Individually designed
  • Edge of popular village location close to excellent local school
  • Magnificent far reaching views
  • Ample parking & double garage
  • Attractive gardens to front, side & rear extending to 0.43 acres

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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