Miss Graces Lane, Tidenham Chase, Chepstow

Guide Price £950,000

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Miss Graces Lane, Tidenham Chase, Chepstow

Guide Price £950,000

Chase House is a handsome period home built in 1813 in the late Georgian style and formerly the main house for Chase Farm. Situated in the County of Gloucestershire at the end of Miss Grace’s Lane, just over 4 miles from Chepstow and 12 miles from Monmouth. It is approached through a pair of wrought iron gates with ample parking to the front. The main house has been extended and offers versatile accommodation currently providing four double bedrooms, a further self-contained large one bedroom annex, which has recently been let as holiday accommodation, and a total of three bathrooms. A Kitchen/Breakfast room, Drawing room, Dining Room and Study/Snug retain original features including fireplaces, coving, flagstone floors and shuttered windows. A vaulted cellar and old Dovecote offer additional storage areas. Outside the large level walled lawned garden and orchard lie to the south and west of the house with a gravel path leading to a gate into a woodland area. On the opposite side of the house is a graveled courtyard with the old Dairy offering studio and office accommodation. A separate boiler room, large stone wood store and large stone garage with loft at the front of the house, the latter offering options for alternative uses subject to necessary consents. The grounds extend in all to approximately 3.5 acres.

Miss Graces Lane, Tidenham Chase, Chepstow

Guide Price £950,000

Chase House is a handsome period home built in 1813 in the late Georgian style and formerly the main house for Chase Farm. Situated in the County of Gloucestershire at the end of Miss Grace’s Lane, just over 4 miles from Chepstow and 12 miles from Monmouth. It is approached through a pair of wrought iron gates with ample parking to the front. The main house has been extended and offers versatile accommodation currently providing four double bedrooms, a further self-contained large one bedroom annex, which has recently been let as holiday accommodation, and a total of three bathrooms. A Kitchen/Breakfast room, Drawing room, Dining Room and Study/Snug retain original features including fireplaces, coving, flagstone floors and shuttered windows. A vaulted cellar and old Dovecote offer additional storage areas. Outside the large level walled lawned garden and orchard lie to the south and west of the house with a gravel path leading to a gate into a woodland area. On the opposite side of the house is a graveled courtyard with the old Dairy offering studio and office accommodation. A separate boiler room, large stone wood store and large stone garage with loft at the front of the house, the latter offering options for alternative uses subject to necessary consents. The grounds extend in all to approximately 3.5 acres.

SITUATION

Chase House is situated in Tidenham Chase within Gloucestershire and the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just over 4 miles from the market town of Chepstow and 8 miles from Lydney. Chase House enjoys a rural but not isolated location. It is easily accessible to the nearby regional centres of both Bristol and Newport each 22 miles away, Gloucester 23 miles and Cheltenham and Cardiff both 35 miles distance. The M4/M5 Interchange is just 13 miles away. The train stations at either Lydney or Chepstow give easy rail access to the Midlands and Severn Tunnel junction to London and Cardiff bound trains. Locally, the very popular farm shop at Hanley and village shop at Brockweir are both a short drive away with Chase Farm next door selling milk and eggs. A wider variety of services are available in Chepstow, Monmouth and Lydney which provide shopping facilities, professional services and leisure facilities. Secondary schools are Wye Dean senior school with private schooling in Tutshill at the St Johns on the Hill prep school and the Haberdashers Schools in Monmouth Ideally located for outdoor enthusiasts with woodlands and the Wye Valley and Offa’s Dyke on the doorstep.

ACCOMMODATION

Entrance Hall

A porch with Doric columns and panelled front door leads into the spacious Entrance Hall off which panelled doors lead to the main reception rooms

Drawing Room

Dual aspect, inset panelled bookshelf, fireplace with wood burner set on slate hearth.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

Kitchen with flagstone floor, range of fully fitted units, integral fridge/freezer, ceramic sink and Rangemaster oven with induction hob and electric oven.

Utility Room

Concrete floor, plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge /freezer door to Courtyard

Cloakroom

WC and wash hand basin set in vanity unit

Dining Room

Dual aspect, parquet flooring, open fireplace and built in cupboard

Snug/Study

Fireplace with wood burner

Vaulted cellar

Providing useful storage

“Garden”cloakroom

Accessed from rear door to the garden with WC and wash hand basin

Original Georgian staircase to half landing with storage cupboard serving

Shower room

Large walk in shower, WC and wash hand basin and door to Fifth bedroom / Bedroom to Annex

Landing to

Bedroom one

Dual aspect double bedroom with En suite WC and wash hand basin

Bedroom two

Double bedroom with dual aspect and wash hand basin

Bedroom three

Double bedroom enjoying a dual aspect

Bedroom four

Double bedroom with view over courtyard

Family Bathroom

Free standing roll top bath, separate shower, pedestal wash hand basin and WC

ANNEX

The self-contained annex is believed to be a Victorian extension and served as school rooms attached to the main house and enjoys a separate access from the garden. It offers a fitted Kitchen with undercounter fridge, dishwasher, integral oven and hob. Bathroom with bath and vanity unit with WC and wash hand basin, Triple aspect Living/Dining room with multi fuel wood burner set in fireplace and mezzanine storage level over. The mezzanine level was previously accessed by a spiral staircase and provided a bedroom area which could be reinstated. Steps down to the large bedroom has built in cupboards and fireplace. This bedroom could alternatively provide a fifth bedroom to the main house.

OUTSIDE

Accessed off Miss Grace’s Lane onto a tarmacadam driveway offering ample parking and leading up to the stone Garage with loft area above. The lawned gardens, flanked in the main by tall stone walls, lie to the south and west of the house with mature trees, including a beautiful oak tree, orchard and vegetable garden. The lawns are divided by a gravel path leading to a gate in the wall beyond which lies a large area of mature woodland of mainly deciduous trees. In the garden is a large stone Wood Store with separate vehicular access from the lane beyond. There is a purpose built chicken run to the north of the house. On the west side of the house is a patio area bounded by low retaining walls and from which steps lead up to the separate access to the Annex.

Outbuildings

On the east side of the house is a graveled courtyard with a feature stone well and off which the Old Dairy, Dovecote and Old Pump House are accessed. These outbuildings are utilised as either storage, workshop/studio or office space but also offer the opportunity to provide further living accommodation (subject to obtaining the necessary consents)

GENERAL

Many fine period features have been retained including shuttered windows, decorative coving, interesting fireplaces from the Georgian and Victorian period and flagstone floors. UPVC windows throughout. Worcester boiler and hot water tank housed in separate boiler room. Oil tank screened by stone wall. Newly installed “Tricel” water treatment plant and soakaway.

TENURE

We are informed the property is freehold. Intended purchasers should make their own enquiries via their solicitors.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating and hot water, private drainage.

  • A handsome Georgian family home in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Grounds extending to 3.5 acres of lawns, orchard and woodland with range of stone outbuildings
  • Hall, Cloakroom and Utility Room
  • Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
  • Drawing Room and Snug both with wood burners set in fireplaces
  • Dining Room with open fireplace
  • Four/Five double bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom and separate Shower room
  • Attached one bed Annex with Kitchen, Bathroom, Living/Dining room and Bedroom both with fireplaces
  • Vaulted Cellar and Garden Cloakroom
  • Useful range of stone outbuildings, including the Old Dairy, Wood Store, Pump House, Dovecote and Garage with loft each providing for a range of alternative uses (STP)
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