Bidmead Cook Estate & Letting Agents in Chepstow
Bidmead Cook, estate agents in Chepstow, has a super location within this historic market town with an office frontage on the High Street together with a secondary frontage to the rear.
Situated just on the west side of the severn bridge, Chepstow is highly regarded for it’s ease of commute particularly to Newport, Cardiff and Bristol. Chepstow itself is a popular and busy market town with it’s historic castle nestling on the side of the river.
Properties generally available range from modern town houses through to large country properties, often with land, and there are also opportunities to purchase apartments within the town.
Diana Waite manages this office bringing with her a wealth of local knowledge and experience in the local property market.
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Chepstow in Monmouthshire, Wales, adjoins the border with Gloucestershire , England and in welsh is known as Casgwent.
Located on the River Wye, adjoining the picturesque Wye Valley. Chepstow is located on the River Wye with the charming Wye Valley alongside and is well connected by road with the original Severn Bridge on the outskirts of the town and the motorway network easily accessable. The larger cities of Newport, Cardiff and Bristol all within easy reach via road and rail via its own railway station.
According to 2001 census Chepstow has a population of over 10,000 and straddles the English/Welsh border and whilst predominantly in Wales some of the locality is situated in England.
Chepstow has a wealth of history dating back 5000BC and when the Romans left in 400AD Chepstow was within the southern part of the Welsh kingdom of Gwent.
The largest port in Wales during the medieval period, Chepstow traded timber and bark from the Wye Valley with Bristol and beyond.
The landmarks of Chepstow include Chepstow Castle which dates back to 1067 and the delightful Chepstow Town Gate archway in the town centre dating the late 13th century.
The 1816 cast iron Wye bridge connects Wales to the Gloucestershire borders with panoramic views along the river to Chepstow castle which stands proudly on high ground. The Welsh Grand national is run every year at the famous Chepstow racecourse on the outskirts of the town whilst the iconic original Severn Bridge offers access to the M48, M4 Bristol and London.
Chepstow has a thriving community and many amenities within the town centre to include many shops, banks, doctors surgeries, schools, swimming and leisure facilities whilst the town hosts rugby, football, golf and cricket clubs.
Chepstow regularly holds art exhibitions, film shows and theatre works in the drill hall and there are many bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from.
“A town that is full of interest, culture and community spirit”