About the property

Please note we are under instructions to only able to allow cash buyers to view the property. We will be hosting viewings on the 4th & 7th of August with all offers to be submitted by Wednesday 11.08.21. Any accepted offer will then be subject to a 28 day exchange of contracts once draft contracts have been issued. Set in an idyllic location Church Cottage enjoys stunning views over the Severn Estuary. This stone built property has remained in the same family for generations and is in need of complete renovation with the accommodation offering three bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen and bathroom. Outside there are several outbuildings as well and a separate detached garage. At present the property doesn't afford off road parking however subject to approval this could be created by removing one of the outbuildings. The property neighbours The Parish Church of Tidenham, which is dedicated to St Mary and St Peter. The original church stood on this site since the 11th Century however only the font survives. This lead font is one of six Gloucestershire fonts from the same blocks, another of them being made for the neighbouring church of Lancaut which now stands in Gloucester Cathedral. Tidenham is a village and civil parish in the Forest of Dean of west Gloucestershire, England, adjoining the Welsh border. Tidenham is bounded by the River Wye (which forms the Welsh border) to the west and the River Severn to the south. Offa's Dyke runs through the western part of the parish. The stretch of the Wye Valley lying within the parish includes several popular rock climbing cliffs at Wintour's Leap near Woodcroft and the Devil's Pulpit, a famous rock formation and viewpoint overlooking Tintern Abbey. The parish also contains Tidenham Chase - the largest remaining fragment of lowland heathland in Gloucestershire. The nearby town of Chepstow 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 offers a good selection of local and national retailers as well as facilities including doctors, dentists, primary and secondary schools. Chepstow is also home to the Welsh National which takes place annually at Chepstow Racecourse. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Detached Cottage
  • In Need Of Renovation
  • Circa 0.5 Acre Plot (To Be Confirmed By Solicitors)
  • Garage and Outbuildings
  • No Chain
  • Cash Buyers Only Invited
  • Block Viewings Available Wednesday 4th & Saturday 7th August
  • Closing Date For All Offers: 11.08.21

Contact agent

Contact agent

Archer & Co Chepstow

30 High Street



NP16 5LJ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01291 626262


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Chepstow | 01291 626262

Usk | 01291 672212

Ross-on-Wye | 01989 768484

Newport | 01633 449884

Forest of Dean | 01594 715888

Associated Park Lane Office
0203 368 8745


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.