About the property

Located approximately ? mile from the village of Tintern on the banks of the River Wye, this very well presented two bedroomed detached bungalow is set in an idyllic position. The overall accommodation comprises living room, dining room, galley style kitchen, breakfast room/conservatory, two double bedrooms (the master has an en-suite bathroom) and a family bathroom. The property is benefits a driveway to one side and large mature gardens to the other. There is also potential for a loft extension subject to the necessary consents. Local shops are situated within Tintern and Llandogo (3 miles) and further main supermarkets can be found in both nearby towns of Chepstow and Monmouth. Excellent road links are within convenient access with the M4 being accessible at Chepstow and the A449 to the Midlands, etc, can be accessed at Monmouth. The popular local village of Tintern is designated as a Conservation Area and is on the west bank of the River Wye in Monmouthshire, Wales, close to the border with England, and about 5 miles north of Chepstow. The village was formed through the coalescence of two historic villages Tintern Parva on the north side of the village and Chapel Hill which forms the southern end. Tintern is probably best known for it's Abbey, the remains of which dominate the skyline. The Cistercian Abbey was founded by Walter De Clare in 1131 during the reign of King Henry I. The area is home to an extensive network of local footpaths that link with two long-distance paths the Wye Valley Walk and Offa's Dyke Path, crossing the former wireworks railway bridge onto the English side of the river you will find several clearly marked paths, the most notable of with is the one to the 'Devil' Pulpit. The popular local village of Tintern is designated as a Conservation Area and is on the west bank of the River Wye in Monmouthshire, Wales, close to the border with England, and about 5 miles north of Chepstow. The village was formed through the coalescence of two historic villages Tintern Parva on the north side of the village and Chapel Hill which forms the southern end. Tintern is probably best known for it's Abbey, the remains of which dominate the skyline. The Cistercian Abbey was founded by Walter De Clare in 1131 during the reign of King Henry I. The area is home to an extensive network of local footpaths that link with two long-distance paths the Wye Valley Walk and Offa's Dyke Path, crossing the former wireworks railway bridge onto the English side of the river you will find several clearly marked paths, the most notable of with is the one to the 'Devil' Pulpit. Read more

Property at a glance

  • Very well presented Detached Bungalow
  • Two bedrooms, en-suite plus family bathroom
  • Modern fitted kitchen
  • Sought after Wye Valley location
  • Driveway & parking
  • Attractive mature landscaped gardens

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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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.