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Castle House, Bridge Street, Chepstow








4,600 sq ft

427 sq m

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Key features

  • Attached Grade II Listed Georgian Gem
  • Ideal Family Home, B&B or Holiday Accommodation
  • Building Plot With Planning For 2 Bedroom Dwelling
  • Over 4000 Sq ft of Accommodation over 5 Floors
  • Fully Renovated & Offering A Wealth of Period Features
  • Circa 0.2 Acre Plot Inc. Parking for Multiple Vehicles
  • Enormous Dual Chamber Cellar
  • Up to 8 Bedrooms & 7 Bathrooms
  • Upper Floors Currently Used as 3 Holiday Lets



Welcome to Castle House, a Grade II listed, Georgian architectural gem, meticulously restored into a stunning family home spanning over 4000 square feet, boasting up to 8 bedrooms and offering exciting potential for B&B or holiday lets. Nestled within the historic town of Chepstow, this residence is a testament to the town's rich past. Originally constructed in the Georgian era, Castle House has witnessed centuries of history unfold within its walls. From its beginnings as a residence for a vintner specializing in Spanish wines, to its transformation into a hostelry, wine merchants, shop, B&B, and finally a cherished family home, each chapter of its story adds to the allure of its character.

As you step inside, prepare to be transported through time, where every corner exudes a sense of grandeur and history. Each room has been meticulously restored to showcase the property's heritage, seamlessly blending eras of original features such as exposed stone walls, floorboards, cast iron fireplaces, sash windows, ornate wooden beams and restored Victorian tiled flooring. The ground floor boasts a spacious open-plan kitchen living area, ideal for entertaining as well as two further reception rooms for dining and relaxation as well as a ground floor shower room plus access to the dual chamber cellar.

Ascend to the first floor, passing a gorgeous arched feature window framing the gardens, and you'll discover three luxurious double bedrooms embellished with original floor boards, each with its own en-suite facilities. Ascend further to the second and third floors, where five more rooms await, currently arranged into three self-contained apartments. The second floor currently comprises two one-bedroom apartments, each complete with a kitchen integrated into the living area. However, with the removal of these kitchens, these spaces could easily be repurposed into spacious bedrooms. The top floor reveals a captivating space brimming with potential. The open-plan layout whether envisioned as a serene retreat for guests or as a private sanctuary for the homeowners, this top floor promises comfort and charm in equal measure. Exposed wooden beams, said to have come from ancient ships, add character and warmth to the ambiance, while views of the surrounding landscape provide a constant reminder of the picturesque setting. 

Beneath the Georgian dwelling lies a hidden treasure: the dual-chamber cellar, believed to predate the elegant architecture above. Steeped in history, this cellar served as a repository for wines from around the world, providing sustenance to the occupants of Chepstow Castle centuries before. Today, this storied space awaits a new chapter, brimming with potential for development into a cinema room, gym, workshop, or storage area. With its own private access to the gardens, the cellar offers a secluded retreat where history and modernity converge, inviting residents to craft their own narratives within its hallowed walls.

Throughout the renovation process with a view to preparing the property for holiday accommodation, meticulous attention and investment was devoted to ensuring compliance with stringent fire building regulations. This involved installing essential safety features such as fire walls, emergency lighting, fire doors, smoke alarms and a sprinkler system. These measures are implemented to prioritise the safety and well-being of family and guests alike.

As you step outside Castle House, you're greeted by a haven of outdoor living, meticulously designed to complement the grandeur of its historic facade. A rare gem in the town center, the expansive parking area offers ample space for multiple cars—a luxury in itself. Beyond practicality, the outdoor space transforms into a sanctuary for relaxation and entertainment during the summer months. Several level, low-maintenance areas are strategically arranged for ease of access, providing the perfect setting for al fresco dining or soaking up the sun.

Adding to the convenience is a separate guest entrance, offering discreet access to the upper floors. Whether utilised for welcoming visitors or accommodating multi-generational living arrangements, this feature ensures privacy and autonomy for all residents.

At the rear of the parking area lies a promising opportunity—an undeveloped building plot with full planning permission in place. (Monmouthshire Planning Ref: DM/2018/01726) This plot presents the potential for a two-bedroom detached dwelling, ideal for guests, rental income, or extended family members. Alternatively, with consent, it could be scaled down to a detached garage with an apartment above with consent, further enhancing the property's versatility and value.

Price Guide: £1,000,000 to £1,200,000

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Castle House, Bridge Street, Chepstow


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  • Chepstow Station0.3 miles
  • Caldicot Station5.6 miles
  • Severn Tunnel Junction Station6.1 miles
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