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Listed Buildings in Chepstow, Monmouthshire

  1. II ,1,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,, Photos
    Part of the Towngate range and attached to number 30 High Street, overlooking the square at the top of Bank Street
  2. II ,1,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,, Photos
    At the top of the street attached to the Beaufort Hotel.
  3. II ,10,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    In the lower part of Bank Street and fronting Bank Square.
  4. II ,10,Beaufort Square,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Part of the upper range fronting the square.
  5. II ,10,Hocker Hill Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    The narrow cobbled street runs downhill from the rear corner of Beaufort Square with descending numbering.
  6. II ,10,Middle Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    On a corner site with frontage to Middle Street, backing onto Hocker Hill Street, the gable end facing down Bridge Street
  7. II ,10,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  8. II ,11,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    In the lower part of Bank Street fronting the island bank complex.
  9. II ,11,Beaufort Square,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    In the centre of the top range fronting the square
  10. II ,11,Lower Church Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    About 60m NE of Baptist Church.
  11. II ,11,Middle Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    The narrow end unit of a large block which includes a double-fronted house (number 12).
  12. II ,11,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  13. II ,11,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Towards the lower part of the street.
  14. II ,12,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,, Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downshill on S side to Beaufort Square, then uphill from number 24 on N side.
  15. II ,12,Lower Church Street including railings,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    About 60m NE of Baptist Church.
  16. II ,12,Middle Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    The major house in Middle Street, in the middle of the range.
  17. II ,12,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,, Photos
    Towards the lower end of the street.
  18. II ,13, St Ann Street and attached railings,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Roughly in the centre of the street; stepped forward from the adjacent right terrace Nos. 9-12, and back from Nos.14 &15 adjacent left; fronted by shallow walled and railed forecourt.
  19. II ,13,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    In the lower part of Bank Street opposite the island bank complex off Beaufort Square
  20. II ,13,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Opposite entrance to Chepstow Castle in the lower part of Bridge Street.
  21. II ,13,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square, then from number 24 uphill on N side.
  22. II ,13,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    In the lower part of the street.
  23. II* ,14,Beaufort Square,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    At the very NW corner of the square opposite the War Memorial
  24. II ,14,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Opposite entrance to Chepstow Castle in the lower part of Bridge Street.
  25. II ,14,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    On the lower corner of St Mary Street and Upper Church Street, facing number 16 opposite.
  26. II ,14,Steep Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  27. II ,15,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Opposite entrance to Chepstow Castle in the lower part of Bridge Street.
  28. II ,15,Church Road,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    On a sharp bend, the junction between Church Road and Lower Church Street, opposite the NE corner of St Mary's churchyard.
  29. II ,16,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    On the lower corner of St Mary Street and Upper Church Street, the main doorway facing number 14 opposite.
  30. II ,19,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    In the centre of the terrace stretching to the corner of St Ann Street
  31. II ,2,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  32. II ,21,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    In the middle of the terrace.
  33. II ,21,Welsh Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Corner site with Town Gate/Moor Street and opposite The George.
  34. II ,22,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    St Mary Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to number 14 then uphill on N side to number 25
  35. II ,24a,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Near the river, part of a small group between St Ann's Street and The Back
  36. II ,26,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    On the river bank and at the end of Wye Bridge.
  37. II ,26,Lower Church Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Within the bottom terrace in the lower part of the street.
  38. II ,27,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square then from number 24 uphill on N side.
  39. II ,29,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    The end of an attached range of 3 houses at angles to the road; this property set furthest back with small walled courtyard garden at front.
  40. II ,29,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Corner site fronting top of High Street and square at top of Bank Street.
  41. II ,3,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Attached to the White Lion Inn in the upper part of Bank Street.
  42. II ,3,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    At the top of the listed range. Moor Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Town Gate and then uphill on N side from number 21.
  43. II ,3,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  44. II ,30,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    On a corner site facing into Bank Street with side elevation fronting High Street and adjoining the Town Gate.
  45. II ,35,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Near the top of the street on the N side, the only listed building in this range.
  46. II ,37,Lower Church Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Within the terrace at the upper end of the street.
  47. II ,4,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    In the narrow section of Bank Street facing the rear of the upper High Street buildings.
  48. II ,4,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Moor Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Town Gate and then uphill from number 21 on north side.
  49. II ,4,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  50. II ,47a,Bridge Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Near the top of the street, attached to the upper side of Castle Terrace.
  51. II ,48,Bridge Street including forecourt railings,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Near the top of the hill and the Powis Almshouse range.
  52. II ,5,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Situated partly in the narrow part of Bank Street though adjacent to and part of the late C20 remodelling of a wider section.
  53. II ,5,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Moor Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Town Gate4 and then uphill from number 21 on N side.
  54. II ,5,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  55. II ,6,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Roughly in the middle of the terrace.
  56. II ,6,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  57. II ,6,St Ann Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    End house at west of the main range of St Ann's Street.
  58. II ,6,St Mary Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    St Mary Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to number 14 then uphill on N side to number 25.
  59. II ,7,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square, then uphill from number 24 on N side
  60. II ,7,Lower Church Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    About 30m NE of Baptist church.
  61. II ,7,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    Towards the lower end of the terrace.
  62. II ,7,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  63. II ,8,High Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on E side to Beaufort Square, then uphill from number 24 on N side
  64. II ,8,Hocker Hill Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    The narrow cobbled street runs downhill from the rear corner of Beaufort Square with descending numbering..
  65. II ,8,Lower Church Street including iron railings,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    About 50m NE of Baptist Church.
  66. II ,8,Middle Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Rounding the corner of Middle Street and Upper Church Street.
  67. II ,8,Moor Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    At the lower end of the terrace.
  68. II ,8,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  69. II ,9,Bank Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    In the lower part of Bank Street and fronting Bank Square
  70. II ,9,Beaufort Square,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    On the NE corner of Beaufort Square at the top of Hocker Hill Street
  71. II ,9,Hocker Hill Street,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    The narrow cobbled street runs downhill from the rear corner of Beaufort Square with descending numbering.
  72. II ,9,Mount Pleasant,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    Continuous terrace on the hillside well above and facing out over River Wye, set above and back from the main road. Numbering ascends downhill.
  73. II 2 and 3 Hardwick Hill
    Number 2 is attached to the side of Oakfield House facing the main road, number 3 is at right angles but shares a side frontage with number 2.
  74. II 22, 23&23a
    On the corner of Moor Street and Welsh Street, opposite the Town Gate and adjacent to Albion Square
  75. II 26&26a Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square then from number 24 uphill on N side.
  76. II 28&28a Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square then from number 24 uphill on N side.
  77. II 6&7 Beaufort Square
    The main range on the E side of the square between St Mary Street and Middle Street
  78. II 9-12 (consec) St Ann Street including forecourt railings
    Towards the centre of the range in the narrow part of the street.
  79. II Afon Gwy
    The middle of a range of 3 houses comprising numbers 27,28,29, set back at an angle from the street, fronted by a walled and railed forecourt.
  80. II Albion Chambers Photos
    Prominently sited forming the W side of Albion Square.
  81. II Ashburne House
    Near the entrance to Chepstow Castle and attached to The Three Tuns Inn and Castle Terrace.
  82. II Ashfield House
    At the top of Mount Pleasant, in the section of the A48 Newport Road known as Hardwick Hill, opposite Lower Hardwick, set in the slope below the main road on a large corner site with Bulwark Road.
  83. II Beaufort Hotel Photos
    Just fronting the SE corner of Beaufort Square at the top of St Mary Street.
  84. II Birchfield House
    Set on the steep hillside rising above the town facing N; this is the upper house of the two.
  85. II Blenheim House
    Set on the steep hillside above the town facing N; this is the lower house of the two.
  86. II Boscobell House
    At the end of the E town centre range of Welsh Street adjacent to Castle Dell.
  87. II Boscobell Chambers including railings
    Attached to Boscobell House and sharing the same building line, set back from the road behind a small garden.
  88. II Bowsher House
    St Mary Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to number 14 then uphill on N side to number 25.
  89. II Bridge House
    Near the river, part of a small group between St Ann Street and The Back
  90. II Castle Court
    Between the Coach and Horses PH and the Boscobell House complex. Set back from the road behind a small walled and railed courtyard at different levels.
  91. II Castle House
    About 60m below the Powis Almshouses.
  92. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  93. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  94. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  95. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  96. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  97. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  98. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  99. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  100. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  101. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  102. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  103. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  104. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  105. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  106. II* Castle Terrace, numbers 33a-47 consec
    Continuous sloping terrace between Ashburne House at the bottom of the hill and number 48 at top.
  107. II Castle View Hotel
    Opposite the entrance to Chepstow Castle in the lower part of Bridge Street.
  108. II Castledale and York House including forecourt railings and gates
    In the centre of the range of 5 listed buildings, stepped back from Fairlight.
  109. II Cemetery Chapel
    Towards the W edge of the town, the cemetery occuping a roughly traingular site, the chapel close to its entrance at NE.
  110. II Cemetery Lodge
    At the entrance to the cemetery fronting the drive.
  111. I Chepstow Bridge Photos
    Chepstow Community, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, NP16
  112. I Chepstow Castle Photos
    In a commanding position on the W bank of the River Wye. Modern access from Bridge Street, at the base of the slope.
  113. II Chepstow Castle PH
    Opposite Castle car-park.
  114. II Chepstow Methodist Church Photos
    Prominently sited on the N side of Albion Square.
  115. II Chepstow Rail Bridge
    Chepstow Community, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, NP16
  116. II Chepstow Railway Station
    Situated on the W side of the railway at the E side of the town, Station Road leading indirectly off Beaufort Square
  117. II Coach and Horses Inn
    Roughly in the middle of the town centre range on the E side of Welsh Street.
  118. II Comice House
    Lower Church Street has ascending numbers downhill on E side then uphill from number 23 on W side.
  119. II Courtyard wall and gatepiers E of Powis Almshouses
    Bordering the main road and creating a courtyard fronting the almshouse ranges.
  120. II Cromwell House
    Opposite the Three Tuns Inn, adjacent to former school.
  121. II Entrance gates and piers to The Mount
    Forming the entrance N of The Mount.
  122. II Fairlight
    The S end of the listed range, opposite Castle Dell and on the corner of Kingsmark Avenue
  123. II Five Alls Inn including iron forecourt railings Photos
    At the bottom of Hocker Hill Street at its junction with Middle Street
  124. II Footbridge at Chepstow Station
    Spanning the double track just S of the main station building.
  125. II Forecourt railings and gate to Boscobell House
    Bordering the forecourt.
  126. II Forecourt Walls, Railings and Gates of numbers 2-11 Mount Pleasant
    Fronting the gardens to the terrace
  127. II Former Assembly Room and Market House, Conrad House Photos
    Forming the S downhill side of the square at the top of St Mary Street.
  128. II Former Bell Hotel
    In the lower part of Bank Street opposite the island bank complex, its former carriage entrance forming a gateway to Rifleman's Walk and carpark.
  129. II Former Lloyds Bank Chambers Photos
    Large corner building forming the uphill side of Bank Square with frontage also to High Street.
  130. II Former steam flour mill and malting at Fairfield-Mabey Works
    Immediately to E of railway line after road passes beneath railway to enter Fairfield-Mabey works and just N of Chepstow station..
  131. II Front garden gate at Hathaway
    At the front walled garden entrance to the house, stepped up from the pavement.
  132. II Garden wall to N of Boscobell House
    Bordering the N side of the house plot and separating it from the parkland of Castle Dell.
  133. II Gate House Photos
    Adjoins S side of Town Gate, facing E down High Street.
  134. II Gatepiers and forecourt wall at Gwy House
    Fronting Bridge Street and creating a courtyard in front of Gwy House.
  135. II Gates in grounds of The Mount
    Reset in the SE part of the sloping grounds at an angle facing and above the street.
  136. II Gateway at Gwentlands
    Set back from the pavement, at the bottom of the drive.
  137. II Griffin House
    Atttached to the Montague Almshouses, opposite the junction with St Mary Street.
  138. II Gwy House (Chepstow Museum)
    On flat ground in the lower part of Bridge Street, set back from the road, unlike other houses in this street, with front courtyard and surrounding garden.
  139. II Hardwick Cottage
    On the hillside roughly midway between Hardwick Hill at top and Rockwood Road at bottom, surrounded by a large garden.
  140. II Hardwick Hill House
    Towards the top of the hill set above the road, the main building in a group of four dwellings.
  141. II Hathaway House
    The top building of the listed hillside terrace of Mount Pleasant which faces out over River Wye.
  142. II Hawkpoint
    Set on a steep slope, near the bottom of the range, with walled forecourt, facing the rear of the Mount Pleasant terrace.
  143. II High Trees
    At the top of the street and well set back up a drive in a large walled garden, the W elevation facing Vauxhall Lane.
  144. II Hocker Hill House including forecourt railings and attached gate
    At the bottom of Hocker Hill Street and set back from the lane behind a railed and terraced forecourt.
  145. II Llanover Lodge
    Opposite the listed range between The Coach and Horses PH and Boscobell House. Set back from the road in a walled and garden with stretch of arrow-head railing.
  146. II Lower Hardwick
    On steeply rising hillside, fronting the main road - Hardwick Hill, adjoining Newport Road, is part of the A48; the whole property is an island site backed by Hardwick Hill Lane.
  147. II Marlborough House including forecourt railings and gate
    In the middle of the listed range of 5 buildings, stepped forward from Castledale and York House.
  148. II Meridale including forecourt railings and gate
    At the uphill end of this listed stucco range, adjacent to The Lodge on the corner of Mount Way.
  149. II National Westminster Bank incorporating former nos. 1&2 Hocker Hill Street, inc. forecourt railings Photos
    At the NE corner of Beaufort Square between the top of Middle Street and Hocker Hill Street
  150. II Nos 21, 21A, 22 & 22A
    On the upper corner of St Ann Street and forming the end of the terrace.
  151. II Nos. 13&14 Lower Church Street including forecourt railings
    This is the lowest pair of the listed range on E side.
  152. II Nos. 14&15 St Ann Street,,,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    A pair of houses attached to the lower easterly terrace in the street.
  153. II Nos. 15&16 Upper Church Street,,,Chepstow,Chepstow,,
    The house between the corner properties of Middle Street and St Mary Street. Set back from the road behind a small walled courtyard and reached by a flight of stone steps.
  154. II Nos. 19&20 High Street Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square, then uphill from number 24 on N side
  155. II Nos. 24&25 High Street,,,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square ,then uphill from number 24 on N side; this range is attached to the large building on Bank Square which incorporates an elevati
  156. II Nos. 4&5 St Mary Street,,,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    St Mary Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to number 14 then uphill on N side to number 25
  157. II Nos. 7&8 St Ann Street,,,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT,
    Fronting street.
  158. II Nos. 7&8 St Mary Street,,,Chepstow centre,Chepstow,GWENT,
    St Mary Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to number 14 then uphill on N side to number 25
  159. II Nos. 9&10 Lower Church Street and attached railings to No. 10
    About 50 m NE of Baptist Church.
  160. II Nos. 9&10 St Mary's Street,,,Chepstow,Chepstow,GWENT, Photos
    St Mary Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to no.14 then uphill on N side to no. 25
  161. I Parish Church of St Mary Photos
    Situated at the lower end of the street, now close to the by-pass, within a churchyard crossed by a railed walkway leading to Lower Church Street.
  162. II Piers and SW abutment of Brunel's railway bridge over River Wye
    Crossing the river SE of the main town centre; the A 48 by-pass road bridge was built adjacent; access to the abutment and piers from the riverside path from The Back.
  163. II Pike House
    Towards the NW town boundary near Crossway Green, on an angled corner site with Kingsmark Lane, directly fronting the main road.
  164. II Plough House
    On corner site with Church Road; opposite the W entrance to St Mary's churchyard.
  165. I Port Wall Photos
    Extending from the curtain wall? of Chepstow Castle, uphill to the town gate and crossing to the quarry above the station.
  166. II* Powis Almshouses Photos
    At the very top of Bridge Street facing junction with Upper Church Street, set above and back from the road behind a walled court and garden.
  167. II Queen's Head Buildings Photos
    Near the centre of the S side of the street and adjacent to the uphill side of the set back Police Station.
  168. II* Raglan Lodge
    At the NW upper corner of Beaufort Square.
  169. II Railway Bridge by Chepstow Station
    On the N side of the station at the entrance to the Fairfield Mabey works.
  170. I Road Bridge over River Wye Photos
    Continuing the line of Bridge Street. Aligned almost due north/south, crossing a bend in the River Wye, here the boundary between Wales and England. The N part of the bridge is in England.
  171. II Silverpill Lodge
    Part of the The Wye House complex in the Back, attached to its W side, although numbered in St Ann Street.
  172. II Sir Walter Montague Almshouses Photos
    Long range at the W end and downhill side of the street, opposite juction with St Mary Street
  173. II St Ann's
    At the top of Bridge Street directly adjacent to the Powis Almshouses.
  174. II St Anne's House
    Near the river, part of a short terrace set back from the road.
  175. II St Ewen's and attached forecourt railings
    Near the top of the hill and close to the Powis Almshouses.
  176. II St Lawrence House
    On the W outskirts of the town, across the Wye Valley Link Road. Formerly reached by a gated drive from E, now from rear courtyard.
  177. II St Maur including iron forecourt railings
    The narrow cobbled street runs downhill from the rear corner of Beaufort Square with descending numbering; this is the first house in the street.
  178. II Stratheden
    Attached to the back of Hardwick Hill House and facing uphill; set above the road and reached by a short drive.
  179. II Stuart House and attached former warehouse
    Fronting the main square of The Back, end on to the River, set back behind a small walled courtyard.
  180. II Telephone Call-box opposite No. 26 Lower Church Street
    On the flat part of the street at the foot of the slope, backing onto a rubble boundary wall.
  181. II The Boat House
    Towards the lower end of the terrace stretching to the corner of St Ann Street.
  182. II The Boat Inn
    Facing but set back a little from the River Wye.
  183. II The Bridge Inn
    On the river bank, on a corner site with The Back.
  184. II The First Hurdle
    In the centre of this range.
  185. II The George Hotel Photos
    Adjacent to the medieval Town Gate in the lower part of Moor Street known as Town Gate.
  186. II The Greyhound Photos
    Towards the lower end of the S range and opposite Albion Square, on a corner with entrance to Old Forge Court.
  187. II The Gwentlands
    S of the main hillside road W of Chepstow near its junction with Bulwark Road - Old Bulwark Road forming a crescent off this. Set in large grounds with drive.
  188. II The King's Head PH Photos
    Very near Town Gate and adjacent to the listed range on the corner of Moor Street.
  189. II The Lodge
    Situated on the corner of Mount Way, at the end of a varied row of late Georgian buildings and opposite the grounds to The Mount.
  190. II The Lord Nelson House
    Main frontage faces up Lower Church Street, sideways on to The Back, bordered by low courtyard wall.
  191. II The Moat House including forecourt railings
    Towards the uphill end of this listed stucco range.
  192. II The Mount
    About 400m to NW of Chepstow centre, in gardens above road, commanding views across the Wye and Chepstow Castle. Visible from many parts of Chepstow.
  193. II Three Tuns Inn
    Situated adjacent to the entance to Chepstow Castle.
  194. II Tintern House
    Forming the upper end of the terrace which stretches to the corner of St Ann Street.
  195. I Town Gate Photos
    Standing at the main entrance to the fortified town between Moor Street outside the gate to W and High Street within walls to E.
  196. II Town Gate House
    Attached and at right angles to the Town Gate in the town centre and facing The George .
  197. II War Memorial Photos
    Situated in the centre of Beaufort Square, on a terrace in the slope.
  198. II Warehouse adjoining N Wye House
    The main range of the W side of the central square of The Back.
  199. II White House
    Towards the N edge of the town, on rising ground, set back from the road behind a lawned garden.
  200. II White Lion Inn Photos
    Main range fronts N side of square at top of High Street and near the town gate, return range fronts W side of square.
  201. II Wye Bridge (M48 Viaduct) Photos
    Carries the M4 motorway over the Wye estuary and Beachley peninsula, as the western continuation of the Severn Bridge.
  202. II Wye House
    On a corner site with frontages to St Ann's Street and The Back.

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