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Upper Church Street, Chepstow


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Key features

  • Stunning Georgian Home
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Open Plannig Kitchen Diner
  • Large Private Gardens
  • Luxurious Primary Suite with En Suite
  • Opulent Family Bathroom
  • Meticulously Renovated
  • Offering A Wealth of Original Features
  • Permit Parking Available



Step into a piece of history, beautifully resurrected for the modern age. This stunning Grade II Listed property, a masterpiece from the late 18th century, has been meticulously renovated by its current owners. They’ve achieved a sublime fusion of timeless character and contemporary flair. The front of the property exudes Georgian grandeur, while the rear showcases a Victorian extension, creating a seamless blend of eras. Spread over three glorious storeys, this spacious home is a showcase of bold original features and exquisite restorations.

As you enter, be welcomed by an inviting entrance hall where a Chinoiserie-inspired staircase ascends gracefully to the first-floor landing. To your left, a cozy living room awaits, its paneled walls surrounding a warming original fireplace. Move further to discover a large, open-plan kitchen diner, featuring an exposed inglenook fireplace and doors leading out to the enchanting garden. Don’t miss the stone stairs in the reception hall that take you down to the cellar, a space with a vaulted ceiling brimming with potential.

The first floor offers three well-proportioned bedrooms, each radiating unique charm, alongside a beautifully refurbished family bathroom. This luxurious space boasts an impressive walk-in shower, with walls adorned in Moroccan Tadelakt plaster. Ascend to the top floor, where the primary suite dazzles with magnificent vaulted ceilings and a feature freestanding bath, complemented by a separate ensuite shower room.

To the rear, discover a sizeable, private garden—a sanctuary of serenity. A large flagstone patio sets the stage for alfresco dining and summer gatherings, while the rest of the garden, mostly laid to lawn, is enclosed by charming stone wall boundaries. Permit parking is conveniently close by, ensuring easy access.

Nestled in the historic market town of Chepstow, this property enjoys breathtaking views of the Severn Estuary and the town itself. Chepstow offers a wealth of amenities, including shops, schools, pubs, restaurants, and leisure facilities, along with excellent road and rail links. For those with a love for the great outdoors, the stunning Wye Valley is nearby, offering a plethora of activities for the adventurous at heart.

The vision of transforming the rear of the property into a sleek, open-plan kitchen, dining, and family area is an inspiring one. Previously granted planning permission offered the opportunity to create a harmonious blend of functionality and modern design, seamlessly integrating indoor and outdoor living. Though the planning permission has lapsed, the potential to reapply remains, inviting the possibility of revitalizing this home with an elegant extension that not only enhances its aesthetic appeal but also enriches everyday living. Reimagining this space could bring to life a hub of culinary creativity and family togetherness, embodying contemporary architectural elegance.

A harmonious blend of history and modern luxury, this Grade II Listed gem in Chepstow is more than a home—it's a lifestyle. With exquisite interiors, a tranquil garden, and a prime location, this property is a rare find. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of timeless elegance.

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Upper Church Street, Chepstow


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  • Chepstow Station0.2 miles
  • Caldicot Station5.5 miles
  • Severn Tunnel Junction Station6.0 miles
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