About our Chepstow branch
If you are looking to buy or sell a property in or around Chepstow then you need to speak to Peter Alan Estate Agents! James Matthews and his highly motivated sales team take pride in providing customers with an efficient yet personal service. We are committed to making your purchase or sale as stress free as possible. Our team are knowledgeable about the local housing market so we can offer advice on local amenities and facilities as well as helping you find your dream home.
Our Chepstow Office sells property in Chepstow, Caldicot, Magor, Parc Seymour, Lydney, Tintern, Catbrook and anywhere in between! We offer an exclusive service which includes first class exposure online including Rightmove and Zoopla, an upgraded marketing package comprising of professional aerial photography and video tours. We can take care of all aspects of your house move with our in house mortgage expert and conveyancing teams.
We are committed to getting our vendors the best possible price in a timescale that suits them. Thinking of selling? Speak to Peter Alan in Chepstow today!
We have many fantastic success stories and would love the opportunity to share some of these with new customers. With local staff we are and want to be committed members to our local community and town. So if you are looking to buy, sell or rent in Chepstow give our local team a call and we would be more happy to help in all aspects of the home moving process.
Chepstow, situated in the lower Wye Valley, offers a scenic entrance to Wales. Visit the magnificent Chepstow Castle, which towers over the cliff sides of the river Wye, and then learn more of the history of the town and the Wye Valley at Chepstow Museum. Other highlights include Chepstow Racecourse, the nearby National Diving Centre and peregrine falcons on the river.
Chepstow is a town that's perfect for walking, with many long distance trails starting here, including the Wye Valley Walk, the Offa's Dyke National Trail & the Wales Coast Path. You can truly walk around the whole of Wales, starting (and finishing) in Chepstow's South East corner. It should be no surprise that Chepstow is a Walkers are Welcome accredited town, with an annual Walking Festival in March.
Pick up some local food and drink from Chepstow Tourist Information Centre before you leave.
Named Striguil in Norman times (from a Latin word meaning a long furrow), by the 14th century it had its current name - from the Old English ceap/chepe meaning market, and stowe meaning place. In Welsh it's called Cas-Gwent, meaning castle of Gwent.
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