40 Bridge Street comprises a stylish and well appointed Grade II* listed Georgian townhouse in a most sought after and desirable location within old Chepstow. The property backs directly on to the castle grounds with attractive views of Martin’s Tower and lower Wye Valley.
Presented to an exceptional standard the property has been sympathetically restored throughout, whilst enjoying wider proportions than is typical in the street. Offering four double bedrooms and two reception rooms and retaining much character and many of the original features, viewing is highly recommended.
With door to front elevation.
4.67m x 3.84m (15'4" x 12'7")
With bay window to front elevation with shutters. Attractive fire surround with period grate. Hardwood flooring.
4.52m x 4.47m (14'10" x 14'8")
A delightful reception room with flagstone flooring. Window and door to rear garden with castle views. Period fire grate.
7.32m x 4.39m (24' x 14'5")
Within the stone vaulted cellar, the modern and stylish kitchen is well appointed with an excellent range of modern storage units with ample Karonia Mistral work surfacing over, worktop up lighting along with utility storage area with space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Range cooker with extractor hood over. Inset sink unit and dishwasher. An attractive hard-wood flooring and being open plan to the dining area, again with period barrel vaulted ceiling and glazed door to rear garden.
3.76m x 3.35m (12'4" x 11')
With window to rear elevation. With extensive castle and Wye Valley views.
Appointed with a step-in shower cubicle, low level WC and wash hand basin. Window to rear.
4.70m x 3.53m maximum (15'5" x 11'7" maximum)
With window to rear elevation with extensive castle and Wye Valley views.
Appointed with a three piece suite comprising panelled bath, low level WC and wash hand basin. Exposed wood flooring. Window to rear.
The property benefits from a charming courtyard garden to the rear with brick terrace, flower borders and stone shed at the bottom of the garden. The garden offers extensive castle and lower Wye Valley views.
Parking is available via Monmouthshire County Council parking permit in nearby castle car park.