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Awre Road, Blakeney, Gloucestershire, GL15

Key features

  • Grade II* listed, 7 bedroom 18th century house
  • Stunning views over the Severn estuary
  • Stone Coach House
  • Range of farm outbuildings
  • Grassland with ponds
  • Set within about 20 acres

Property description

Glorious views and an exciting project overlooking the Severn estuary.


Hagloe House is a handsome Grade II* listed Farmhouse in an elevated position enjoying stunning views over the Severn Estuary. Situated at the end of a long private driveway, the property has a range of useful agricultural buildings and fields totaling about 20 acres which surround the outbuildings.

Hagloe House is thought to date back to the early 18th century and is Grade II* listed. The property provides exciting scope for modernisation subject to listed building consent and features mellow brick elevations under pitched slate roofs with stone quoins and attractive sash windows. There is a 19th century wing and worthy of note is the fine oak staircase rising to the top floor and some delightful paneled doors.

The ground floor comprises a good sized entrance hall with Minton style tiled flooring and the beautiful period staircase situated to far end with picture window above. There are two large reception rooms which enjoy good views across the garden to the River Severn. Two further rooms provide the dining room and large butler’s pantry. Stairs lead below the staircase to the large cellar. The kitchen has a dual aspect with utility, and office space adjacent within the 19th Century wing.

At first floor level are three large bedrooms , one of which has an en suite shower facility. There are two further bedrooms which are useful for a child’s bedroom or dressing room and at second floor level are two further large bedrooms, sitting area and two further storage rooms.

Situated to the south of the house at the centre of the land the buildings are accessed from a separate entrance and comprise a mixture of modern and traditional barns. Over the years the farm has been run as a dairy and stock unit. The buildings are laid out as shown on the block plan and comprise the following:

No1. Coach House: traditional stone barn in three sections under a tile roof.
No2. Former milking parlour: constructed of rendered walls under a corrugated roof. About 12m x 5.2m
No3. General purpose barn: part concrete panels and metal cladding walls under a corrugated roof with sliding doors. About 13.8m x 13m
No4. ‘Drive-in’ muck store: 8ft concrete panel sides to 3 sides on concrete floor. About 14m x 42m. Pipe drains to dirty water handling system.
No5. Isolation/calving pens: Farmplus 3 bay mono pitch barn. About 4.2m x 12.6m
No6. Cow kennels: Farmplus open fronted kennels providing housing for 12. About 15.2m x 2.4m
No7. Cow kennels: Farmplus kennels providing housing for 60 in four 4 rows of 15. About 13.3m x 18.4m
No8. Grain store: 4 (20ft) bay steel portal frame barn with reinforced concrete grain walling and concrete floor under a corrugated roof. Roller shutter door. About 14.6m x 24.5m
No9. General purpose barn: 4 (20ft) bay open fronted steel portal frame barn with part block and part corrugated metal sides under a corrugated roof. About 15.2m x 24.5m
No10. Former cow kennels: range of former cow kennels of timber and concrete construction. About 18.6m x 28.2m

Hagloe House is accessed via a long private drive leading up to the elevated position, leading past the outbuildings and up to the front of the farmhouse. There is a lawned area to the fore and a walled garden with ha-ha to the rear. Land totals around 20 acres.


The property is close the Gloucestershire towns of Blakeney and Newnham which provide day to day amenities with Gloucester and Chepstow providing more comprehensive shopping and schooling.

The location has fast access to regional and national communications via the A48 leading to the M4 and A40. The glorious countryside provides good walking and country side pursuits with the fascinating River Severn and its estuary close at hand.

A selection of leading preparatory and public schools can be found in Monmouth, Gloucester and Cheltenham. Gloucester station provides high speed trains directly to London Paddington.

Square Footage: 5,395 sq ft

Acreage: 20 Acres


From Gloucester take the A48 towards Chepstow continue for about 15 miles. On reaching Blakeney take the first left onto Awre Road, continue along road for about 1 mile until you reach T-junction. The drive for Hagloe House will be immediately in front of you with the two stone pillars.

Additional Info

Services - Farmhouse = Mains electricity and water. Private drainage.

Services - Farm Buildings = Mains electricity and water. The water supply is sub metered to supply the neighbouring property and recharged accordingly.

Local Authority = Forest of Dean District Council

Council Tax = Band F

Photography = taken February 2022


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Awre Road, Blakeney, Gloucestershire, GL15


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  • Cam & Dursley Station4.9 miles
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