Tintern, Chepstow, Monmouthshire. NP16 6SG
£785,000 6 bedrooms 5 bathrooms
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- Handsome Period House, Stunning Wye Valley Location
- Presently a Successful B&B Business
- Versatile Accommodation, 6 Bedrooms, 4 En Suite
- Extensive Terraced Garden, Beautiful River Views
- Parking for up to 4 Vehicles
- Additional information
- Reception Rooms 2
- En-suite 4
- Style Detached
- Parking Yes
The Old Rectory is situated in the glorious Wye Valley, a truly idyllic setting and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It stands in a large terraced garden in an elevated position overlooking the river and beautiful surrounding countryside. This handsome property has origins dating back to the late 18th Century. It is a home of great charm and character, the many authentic features reflecting the style of the period. The house is presently operated as a successful Bed & Breakfast business. The accommodation is flexible, the atmosphere warm and welcoming. Each reception room has a river view, there are six comfortable bedrooms. There is a private car park. The ancient border towns of Monmouth and Chepstow are 11 and 6 miles away respectively.
Stained glass door with glass fanlight above, under stair storage cupboard, limestone floor through hall and dining room, doors to sitting room and kitchen, stairs to first floor.
Stained glass bay window to front overlooking the river, feature arched alcoves, fireplace with ornate cast iron multi fuel stove, parquet floor.
Stained glass bay window to front overlooking the river, original open fireplace, limestone floor, closed doorway to ground floor bedroom/study.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Bespoke fitted cabinets, hardwood and granite work surfaces, breakfast bar, Rangemaster stove, under counter fridge, tiled floor, doors to ground floor bedroom/second sitting room, laundry room, pantry and sun room.
Stained glass windows and French doors to small courtyard and garden storage, limestone floor, door to pantry area.
Ground Floor Bedroom
Originally a second sitting room. A closed doorway leads to the dining room. Window to front with river view, bookshelves, hardwood floor.
Laundry / Utility Room
Window to side, range of built in cupboards with integrated freezer, high level storage shelves, plumbing for appliances, tiled floor.
Door to sun room and shower room, tiled floor, rear stairwell to first floor.
Ground Floor Shower Room
Stained glass window, exposed beam, large shelved cupboard housing hot water cylinder, tiled shower enclosure, WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Doors to bedrooms 1,2,3,4, store cupboard, access to roof space.
Window to front with river view, built in wardrobe, door to en-suite.
Bedroom 1 En-suite
Windows to front, access to roof, electric shower, WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Window to front with river view, built in cupboard unit, door to en-suite.
Bedroom 2 En-suite
Deep 3/4 length bath, WC, wash hand basin, fully tiled, marble floor tiles
Windows to rear and side with built in window seat, built in wardrobe, door to en-suite and outside terrace/garden area.
Bedroom 3 En-suite
Window to side, deep bath with shower over, WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Velux roof light, French doors to side hall.
Window to front with river view, built in wardrobe
Velux roof light, store cupboard, deep bath with shower attachment, WC, wash hand basin, fully tiled.
Window to side overlooking small courtyard.
Window to side, rear landing leading to study, side hall, bathroom, bedrooms 4 and 5.
The house is approached along a flagstone path that extends along the front, there is access to the rear from either side of the house. The lower south facing terrace is an established rose garden planted with David Austen roses. The rear terraces are contained by attractive dry stone walling, the beds and borders are stocked with a wide variety of attractive shrubs and mature trees. Circular stone seating areas provide ideal places to sit and enjoy the beautiful view and listen to the bird song. Part of the ground is given over to the vegetable plot with a number of raised beds and a stone potting shed. Parking is on the opposite side of the road.
On entering the village from the direction of Chepstow, pass Tintern Abbey on the right. Continue through the village. The property is on the left hand side opposite the Tintern Garage. Park in the private courtyard just past the garage.
The workshop has panoramic river views with power and light.
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