8 bedroom detached house for saleMathern, Chepstow, NP16
Under Offer £2,300,000
- 8 bedrooms
- 4 reception rooms
- 6 bathrooms
Full descriptionA substantial edge of village house of historical importance surrounded by its own land.
Mathern is a historic village in Monmouthshire, south east Wales, about 3 miles south west of the town of hepstow, close to the Severn estuary and the Bristol Channel. The village is designated as a Conservation Area.
Mathern Palace is positioned at the end of the village and was the former residence of the Bishops of Llandraff until it was restored by the historian and famous Garden designer H Avrey Tipping. The house today has D1 use but could easily be reverted to a private residential dwellling. The accomodation is full of historical features and is well proportioned with a number of impressive recpetion rooms and extensive bedrooom accomodation.
The gardens at Mathern Palace are incredibly romantic and lie to the south and west. The property beneifts from two cottages (one rquires finishing). Beyond the gardens is a large paddock.
Chepstow 2.8 miles, Severn Bridge/J2 M48 3 miles, M5 (J15) 10.5 miles, Newport 16 miles, Bristol 18 miles
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