About the property

Hardwick Hill House is an elegant and well-presented late Georgian Grade II listed property of considerable style and character retaining many original features including staircase, magnificent bay windows, cornices, coving, dado rails and ceiling roses. Formerly known as Hardwick Hall, home of Baron du Bois de Ferrieres, art collector, whose collection furnished Cheltenham Art Gallery. It was then known as Oakfield and became a private school from the 1930s until the 1960s.Enjoying an elevated position within walking distance of Chepstow town centre which features a range of shops, restaurants, pubs, leisure facilities road, bus and rail links with the Schools of St. Johns on the Hill, and Monmouth Haberdashers Schools all within easy reach.Chepstow itself is located on the west bank of the River Wye some 3 miles north of its junction with the Severn estuary. To the north of the town the Wye passes through a limestone gorge and there are limestone cliffs at Chepstow both north and south of the town centre. The town is situated on the edge of the famous and renowned Wye Valley which provides a wealth of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including, rock climbing, caving, cycling, walking, hiking and riding to name just a few. Chepstow Castle is the oldest surviving post-Roman stone fortification in Britain and is located at the lower end of the town above cliffs on the River Wye. Read more

Property at a glance

  • 4 receps, cellar, cloaks
  • Kitchen & breakfast room
  • 5 beds, 2 en-suites plus 2 bathrooms
  • Within walking distance of town centre
  • Retaining many original features
  • Low maintenance landscaped garden

Contact agent

Contact agent

Fine & Country Chepstow

30 High Street

Chepstow

Monmouthshire

NP16 5LJ

United Kingdom

Tel: 01291 629799

chepstow@fineandcountry.com

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Registered charity number: 1160989