- Six bedroom former farmhouse located in favoured village enjoying rolling countryside views
- Detached barn that subject to p.p is prime for conversion to ancillary accommodation to the main hom
- Principal bedroom with wonderful open outlook and benefiting from en suite shower room
- North West wing of the home offers potential to develop into attached annex
- A home that must be viewed to be fully appreciate all that is on offer.
- Sat within formal garden and grounds of circa 2.2 acres.
- Spacious acommadation throughout the home to include four reception rooms and country kitchen
- Five further bedrooms, all of which are double rooms plus stunning family bathroom
- Additional outbuildings include two bay brick store and separate red brick building
Welcome to Park Farmhouse, a red brick former farmhouse that dates to the mid 1800's. The property enjoys views over open, rolling Gloucestershire countryside and further benefits from a mature plot which combines formal gardens and paddocks of circa 2.2 acres.
Furthermore, it is a home that features a wealth of outbuildings, that subject to planning permission being granted, we believe the main barn could be converted into a three/four bedroom ancillary property to the main house.
Park Farmhouse is located on the outskirts of the highly desirable village of Redmarley, which occupies an elevated position on the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire borders. The village itself benefits from a popular primary school, village hall, church, tennis club and public house whilst the neighbouring village of Pendock benefits from a village store and primary school.
The nearest neighbouring market towns would be either Tewkesbury or Ledbury, both of which are Medieval towns and enjoy a wealth of shops, both national and independent, bars, restaurant, cafes and supermarkets.
For those needing to commute, train stations can be located at Malvern, Ledbury, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury whilst Redmarley is conveniently located just off J2 of the M50, ensuring that Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff are all within easy reach.
Returning to the property, the current owners who have occupied the house since the early 1990's, have undertaken an extensive renovation programme of the home and today present a property that is warm, welcoming, spacious, flooded full of natural light and ready to move into and enjoy.
Accommodation is arranged over three floors in the main home with the reception rooms including the drawing room, dining room and games room. Further rooms to the ground floor include a country-style kitchen/breakfast room, complete with traditional AGA, a separate utility room and cloakroom.
Furthermore, there is the original scullery and washroom which at present is being used for storage but could be developed into a much more usable room within the home.
Moving upwards to the first floor is where five of the six bedrooms are located, all of which are double bedrooms, yet we feel the new owners may wish to convert bedroom five into a ‘Jack and Jill' bathroom for the use of bedrooms two and three.
The main principal bedroom is a wonderful size and enjoys the most sensational open views across Gloucestershire countryside whilst also benefiting from an en suite shower room.
On the upper floor is the final bedroom and the family bathroom but should one undertake the changes suggested on the 1st floor, this wonderful four-piece bathroom becomes an en-suite to this upper bedroom.
Completing the accommodation for Park Farmhouse are the property's two cellars. The first is accessed from the home's impressive entrance hall and is a series of rooms that lead under the entrance hall, drawing room and dining room.
The second cellar is accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room and steps lead down to a vaulted room, which we feel would make a wonderful wine cellar.
Moving outside, the property is approached via a gravelled driveway which curves around the property and finishes at the parking area which will comfortably house 4-5 vehicles. The property is surrounded by its grounds which are a mix of formal gardens, orchards and paddocks totalling circa 2.2 acres which neighbour open farmland.
Of the outbuildings, there are three, all of which vary in size. Starting with the smallest, this we presume was always designed to be a log and coal store as it has two separate bays and is covered by a tiled roof.
The second barn is almost double the size and like the building before, is of a brick construction with a tiled roof. This time the building is separated into four bays, two of almost equal size, one slightly larger bay and one which is much smaller. This building is in need of repair and will need a degree of works to be undertaken.
The final outbuilding is the one that offers so much potential. Measuring over 25m in length and approaching 5m in width to the main body of the building, whilst also benefiting from an additional section measuring 5.79m x 4.21m, the building in our opinion and subject to obtaining the relevant planning permissions, would make a super ancillary property to the main home, of which we feel one could comfortably house a three/ four-bedroom home in, plus garaging.
Very rarely does a home come onto the market that offers so much accommodation and so much potential to create and develop a home as one would wish.
With the main home enjoying over 5,500 square feet of internal space and the outbuildings approaching 2,000sq ft of space, this is certainly a lot of house, add in grounds of circa 2.2 acres, open countryside views and a village that not only offers exceptional commuter links but a pub and primary school too, as agents we certainly feel that this is a home that must be viewed to truly understand and appreciate all that is on offer.
To arrange your viewing, please contact our Cheltenham office on 01242 220080
To located the property, please enter the following postcode: GL19 3LB. Upon entering the village, turn off the road along the private driveway where the property can be located on your left.
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.