Price £3,850,000 - Exclusive

  • A truly remarkable Grade II listed Jacobean style family home
  • The property enjoys ten bedrooms, arranged over two floors, all enjoying superb, extended views
  • Internal square footage is in excess of 11,000 square feet. With outbuildings, increases to 14,000
  • The property sits within grounds of approximately 34 acres, featuring gardens, paddocks and woodland
  • Ground floor comprises three reception rooms, kitchen/ breakfast room, garden room and orangery
  • Master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room and separate dressing room
  • six additional bedrooms, two of which are en suite, and a family bathroom to the first floor
  • The upper level comprises three further bedrooms, a shower room and cinema room
  • Series of outbuildings to include two garage blocks, potting shed, log store and cellar
  • A truly stunning setting and undeniably exceptional home. This complete package must be viewed

Welcome to Chambers Court, a wonderful example of a Grade II listed, Jacobean style family home which has been meticulously restored and renovated since the current owner took possession in 2015. Offered for sale with no onward chain, the home – which sits in circa 34 acres of formal gardens and paddocks – is beautifully presented, having been completed to exacting detail and as such, is ready to move into and enjoy.

Offering over 11,000 square feet of internal space, which increases to in excess of 14,300 square feet once incorporating the property's outbuildings, the home enjoys a stunning vista to the front elevation across the property's own grassland and onto the Malvern Hills, which ensures the homeowner spectacular views and sunsets.

Approached via its own 400m driveway, which was fully refurbished in 2022, one arrives at the front parking area, or alternatively to the courtyard and garaging located to the side of the home, which is tastefully hidden away by natural stone walling.

Inside, Chambers Court enjoys an impressive central entrance hall where a sweeping staircase leads to the upper accommodation, whilst doors and openings lead to the multitude of reception rooms the home provides.

To the ground floor are three formal reception rooms, comprising of the drawing room, which enjoys a large, central bay window allowing one to appreciate views over the formal garden located to the side of the property, the sitting room, located to the front of the home and finally to the impressive dining room, which comfortably holds a table capable of entertaining parties in excess of twenty people. Further rooms to the ground floor include the study, utility and garden room, which is located just off the kitchen/breakfast room and provides access to the orangery.

Completing the floor is the highly impressive kitchen/breakfast room which features everything one could ask for, from the huge gas range cooker, full size fridge and freezer, separate wine and champagne fridges, dishwasher, central island and underfloor heating, which is zonally controlled and which is continued into the garden room and orangery. The room enjoys views to the private and enclosed rear garden which features a wealth of mature fruit trees. A door from the kitchen/breakfast room leads to the rear lobby, which in turn gives access to the scullery and private parking area, located to the side of the house.

On the first floor are seven beautiful bedrooms with the principal bedroom enjoying super, elevated views from the large bay window. Furthermore, the principal bedroom benefits from a private dressing room and en suite shower room, completed with Grohe fittings, as are all the bathrooms in the property. Of the remaining six bedrooms on the floor, the guest bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room whilst the remaining bedrooms have use of either the four-piece family bathroom or three-piece family shower room. All rooms enjoy nice views with the three bedrooms located to the front of the home overlooking the Malvern Hills, whilst two other bedrooms face onto the rear garden.

The first floor also offers the ability to utilise part of the accommodation as a self-contained flat for any family or staff members.

On the upper floor are three further bedrooms, all of which comfortably accommodate king size beds. The floor is completed by a family shower room and finally the 4K, Dolby Atmos cinema room, which is something that must be experienced to be fully appreciated. The home benefits from a state-of-the art home automation system that provides music throughout the house, control of the numerous TVs, management of the central heating system, security cameras and alarm, and the extensive external lighting. There is also a commercial grade fire detection system installed throughout the property. The heating and electrical systems in the property have been fully upgraded during the recent renovations.

In the courtyard, to the side of the home is a series of outbuildings, including a triple garage and a number of storage sheds, all of which benefit from light and power. Fitted to one of the buildings is an electric vehicle charging point. Water is also available within the courtyard, and in several other locations around the gardens, including inside the greenhouse. Extensive, but subtle exterior lighting ensures the house is beautifully lit from all elevations, with further lighting in the courtyard and walled garden.

To the front and side of the property are lawns which surround the home, and are enclosed by mature trees. Within the side garden and with westerly facing views to the Malvern Hills is the recently added hot tub and decked terrace, and adjacent to this, the all weather tennis court that has recently been fully refurbished.
The Victorian rear garden is enclosed by a traditional red brick wall and within the enclosed space is a paved seating area, a vegetable garden, greenhouse, boxed hedge pathways, maturing fruit trees and a wonderful selection of soft fruit bushes.

The total grounds for Chambers Court are in the region of 34 acres with the majority being laid to paddock, which is currently being grazed and managed by a local farmer.

Chambers Court also enjoys two sizeable areas of woodland, located to the south and north/west boundaries, containing private footpaths that later connect to public rights of way once beyond the perimeter of the estate.

In summary, Chambers Court has been lovingly restored and beautifully cared for, with the current owner over the last nine years replacing a large proportion of the external fabric of the building, including fully retiling and insulating all roofed areas, alongside undertaking intensive internal remodelling, to include the installation of a modern hi tech Control 4 Smart Home System.

Any person or persons lucky enough to take possession of this superb property can be assured that this near 200 year old home, will certainly be here in another 200 years, for multiple generations to enjoy.


Oil central heating system
Mains water, mains electricity
Private drainage system by way of a treatment plant centre
Council Tax Band H – Malvern Hills District Council


Birmingham Airport 53 miles 1hr
Bristol Airport 62 miles 1hr 23 mins
Heathrow Airport 112 miles 2hr 9mins
Cheltenham Train St 14 miles 29 mins
M5, Junction 9 6.2 miles 12 mins
M50 Junction 2 9.0 miles 13 mins
Tewkesbury 5.0 miles 10 mins
Oxford 56 miles 1hr 31 mins
Worcester 16 miles 27 mins


Longdon is a village situated approximately five miles outside of Tewkesbury. The village enjoys a country pub, The Hunters Inn, a village church, countryside walks and a wonderful view of the Malvern Hills. The larger towns of Tewkesbury and Upton-upon-Severn provide a wide range of amenities to include banks, supermarkets, restaurants, public houses and of course riverside walks.

Within close proximity to the village is a wealth of excellent state and independent schools to include, Eldersfield Primary, Bredon School, Hanley Castle High School, The Elms School, Malvern College and Cheltenham College. As well as excellent schooling, Cheltenham offers an abundance of exceptional restaurants, bars and shops and regularly holds festivals to include: Jazz, Literature, Science and Music. Cheltenham is also home to the world famous 'Gold Cup', which is held at Prestbury Park

To locate the property, please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL20 6AS. Upon arriving, proceed along the driveway where you will then locate the home

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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EER Chart

The Energy-Efficiency Rating is a measure of a home's overall efficiency. The higher the rating, the more energy-efficient the home is, and the lower the fuel bills are likely to be.

Utility Supply Type
Electric Mains Supply
Gas None
Water Mains Supply
Sewerage Private Supply
Broadband None
Telephone None

Other Items Description
Heating Oil Central Heating
Garden/Outside Space Yes
Parking Yes
Garage Yes

Broadband Coverage Highest Available Download Speed Highest Available Upload Speed
Standard 5 Mbps 0.7 Mbps
Superfast Not Available Not Available
Ultrafast 1000 Mbps 220 Mbps

Mobile Coverage Indoor Voice Indoor Data Outdoor Voice Outdoor Data
EE Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced
Three Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced
O2 Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced
Vodafone Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced

Broadband and Mobile coverage information supplied by Ofcom.

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