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7 bedroom detached house for sale

Roberts End Lane, Long Green, Gloucestershire, GL19

Sold STC £695,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 7 Bedrooms, 2 large reception rooms
  • Substantial former farmhouse
  • Far reaching views to The Malverns
  • Grade II listed attached Cider House
  • Private driveway and parking
  • Extensive celllars
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A substantial former farmhouse in a commanding position.


Hill Court is situated in an elevated location at the end of Robertsend Lane which is between Forthampton and Upper Pendock. The house is located above a barn conversion complex and farm buildings, enjoying far reaching views and convenient access to the M50 and the A438. Good schooling is prevalent including Malvern College, The Elms, The Davis Prep school and Cheltenham providing a number of options. High speed trains run from Ledbury, Cheltenham and Gloucester.


Hill Court is a substantial period farmhouse with attractive half-timbered Cider House attached. The main body of the property has mellow brick elevations over three stories under pitched tiled roofs.

Formal access to the property is via a substantial stone porch with downstairs cloakroom leading through to a spacious and bright open-plan living area with flagstone flooring, feature double sided stone chimney breast and wood burning stove. To the westerly end of the house is a large sitting room with French doors and feature fireplace with oak beam. This room enjoys far reaching elevated panoramic views across to the Malvern Hills, and situated off is a useful office with a door to the front drive and access to the Cider House building. To the easterly end of the house is a spacious kitchen and breakfast room with floor and wall mounted cupboards and a four oven Aga. The kitchen enjoys elevated views to the south and there is access to a large cellar which runs underneath the majority of the house. A side door gives day to day access to a hallway with utility and store room, with back door entrance leading off the porch area.

The Grade II listed Cider House is attached to the north westerly end of the farmhouse and features accommodation at ground floor with a mezzanine level. This building could be suitable for conversion into a separate self-contained apartment subject to planning permission. The lower ground floor currently provides secure storage and features an element of the original cider press.

At first floor level Hill Court provides a large master suite with dressing room and en suite bathroom and three further bedrooms plus a family bathroom. At second floor level there are three further bedrooms within the roof space and a family bathroom. Hill Court is accessed by a private driveway leading to a large parking and turning area. There is a large lawned garden which has many mature trees including walnut, cherry, beech etc., whilst the southern perimeter of the house is a large terraced area with lawn and laurel hedging.

Mains water & electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Malvern Hills District Council: 01684 862151

A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request.

Strictly by appointment with Savills.

Square Footage: 4,863 sq ft
Acreage: 20 Acres

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
17 August 2018

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