St Anns Street comprises of a mid-terrace Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse. Set over three floors, the spacious period property has many charming features throughout. To the ground floor, living room, dining room, modern kitchen giving access to the rear garden. Turned stairs to the first floor landing which has bedroom two, bedroom four and bathroom off. Turned stairs to the second floor landing with principle bedroom with en-suite and bedroom three. Occupying a pleasant position in the historic lower part of Chepstow, close to the famous River Wye and Wye Valley. Just opposite the property is a large public open space with bandstand and river views. Convenient to the town centre, there is an abundant range of local stores, cafes, bars and restaurants, junior and comprehensive schools. The M48 motorway brings Cardiff and Bristol within commuting distance.
With panelled entrance door. One radiator, solid oak floor continuing through into the dining room and living room. Turned stairs to first floor landing.
4.22m x 3.51m (13'10" x 11'6")
Sash window to front elevation. Attractive period marble fireplace, one radiator. Display shelving and storage cupboard.
4.09m x 3.51m (13'5" x 11'6")
Sash window to rear elevation. One radiator. Attractive exposed brick fireplace and chimney with wood burning stove. Solid oak floor throughout.
5.69m x 1.88m (18'8" x 6'2")
Appointed with an extensive matching range of updated Shaker style base and eye level storage units, solid wooden work surfaces over with tiled splash backs. Inset ceramic sink and drainer. Built-in fan assisted oven with 4 ring gas hob, stainless steel splash back and extractor with lighting over. Space for automatic washing machine. Half glazed door and window to rear, window to side elevation. Quarry tiled flooring.
With attractive period staircase, one radiator. Turned stairs to 2nd floor landing. Doors off.
4.70m x 4.19m (15'5" x 13'9")
Two sash windows to front elevation, one radiator. Period fireplace, storage cupboard.
Tastefully appointed with a 3-piece suite comprising step-in bath with shower mixer attachment, low-level WC and wash hand basin. Airing cupboard. Half-tiled finish to walls, low-voltage spot lighting, Sash window to rear elevation.
With attractive period stairway. Doors off.
4.70m x 3.96m (15'5" x 13'0")
Vaulted ceiling. Feature exposed roof beams. Window to front elevation with shutters.
Appointed with a 3-piece suite comprising vanity wash hand basin, low-level WC, shower unit with multi-head shower fitment. Half-tiled finish to walls.
4.11m x 3.10m (13'6" x 10'2")
Vanity wash hand basin and storage cupboard. One radiator. Sash Window to rear with shutters.
To the front elevation the property has a small low maintenance area with wrought iron fence and gate. To the rear, most attractive sunny gardens with natural stone wall to boundary. Flagstone sun terrace, well maintained lawn area and stocked borders. At the rear end of the garden, another private sun terrace and access to storage area. Gate to Drill Hall car park.
Parking is by permit parking. The cost of this can be obtained by contacting Monmouthshire County Council.
Delightful riverside park opposite the property with bandstand seating areas, views of the River Wye and the old Wye bridge. This is also where the Welsh coastal path starts. Launched in 2012, the path is 870 miles (1,400 km) long and was heralded as the first dedicated footpath in the world to cover the entire length of a country's coastline.