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Little Common
Little Common, Bringsty Common, Bringsty, Worcester, WR6 5UN
Charming period cottage in an outstanding rural location with land, woodland, lake, double garage and outbuildings, enjoying stunning 180 views 10.75 Acres Offers over £695,000
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Key Features
  • Delightful, 3 bed detached period cottage (1,566 sq ft)
  • Sitting room, open plan kitchen/dining room, utility/boot room
  • Beautiful mature gardens, double garage, shed/log store, summer house
  • 3 paddocks, 2 timber stables, hay store, lake and private woodland

Summary of Features

Delightful, detached period cottage (1,566 sq ft)
3 bedrooms, family bathroom, separate shower room
Open plan kitchen/dining room, utility/boot room
Cosy sitting room with feature fireplace
Beautiful and well-maintained mature gardens
Double garage & machinery store
Timber shed with log store, summer house
3 post & rail fenced paddocks, 2 timber stables, hay store
Spring fed lake and private woodland


Mileages: Bromyard 4 miles, Worcester 11 miles, Leominster 14 and Malvern 14 miles, Ledbury 15 miles, Hereford 18½ miles, Ludlow 25 miles, Birmingham 41 miles
Road: M5 (Jct 6) 16½ miles and M50 (Jct 2) 20½ miles
Railway: Worcester, Leominster, Malvern
Airport: Birmingham (50 miles), Bristol (84 miles)


In all about 10.75 Acres.


Little Common is located on the Worcestershire/Herefordshire border and ideally and very privately situated off a long, un-adopted track over common land, just off the A44 at Bringsty Common, close to the rural market town of Bromyard. The property enjoys superb, uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside and is in a truly beautiful rural, but not isolated, location, situated on the fringe of the sought after Bringsty Common. The Cathedral cities of Hereford & Worcester and the motorway network are all within easy reach.

Little Common

This delightful property has its origins in the 17th Century, and has been latterly extended over time and been lovingly cared for by the current owners to provide a comfortable home.
The spacious, open plan fitted kitchen/dining room offers plenty of storage and both rooms have their own direct access to the garden. The kitchen has a range of fitted oak cupboards with an integrated cooker and separate ceramic hob. A useful utility/boot room benefits from fitted storage, underfloor heating and a Belfast-style sink with further space for white goods and direct access to the garden.
A good-sized, yet cosy sitting room with original inglenook, housing a working open fire, and exposed beams provide an insight into the property's historic past.
The Master bedroom is located on the first floor and benefits from fitted storage, there is a separate WC with scope to create an en-suite (subject to Listed Building Consent).

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There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, with a downstairs shower room and family bathroom. The 2nd bedroom is a good-sized double with access to a useful, boarded loft space with heating, power, Velux window and under-eave storage, which has been used as a hobby room, but offers potential for a variety of uses. There is a 3rd single bedroom.

The Outside

The beautiful and established gardens are planted with a variety of traditional scented roses, mature shrubs, trees and flowering plants. There is also a greenhouse with fruit-cage and potential to incorporate a vegetable garden, as well as an orchard with fruiting apple, plum and cherry trees.
A raised, decked terrace provides the ideal situation for seasonal dining and is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the fabulous views, which are truly stunning.
There are three post & rail fenced, sloping pasture paddocks, 2 timber stables and a separate timber hay store.
The property would make a lovely smallholding, either for those wishing to become more self-sufficient or, indeed, to have a variety of animals and/or poultry for hobby purposes. Ponies have historically been kept at this property.

The Outside continued

There are two areas of private and traditional woodland, carpeted by bluebells in the spring; perfect for walks and a haven for both wildlife and plant life. The spring-fed lake with island and surrounding land could be further enhanced if desired, to create an idyllic spot for boating, summer picnics and family get-togethers
The property is approached via a track leading to a private driveway and ample gravelled parking area with brick-built double garage.


Mains water. Mains electricity. Oil-fired central heating. Under-floor heating (utility). Private drainage (septic tank).


Standard broadband is connected. Superfast is now available to connect.

Council Tax

Band "F" (£2,772.79; 2020/21).

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.


This property is Grade II Listed.


Exempt (due to Listed status).


A footpath crosses the land by the lake.

Right of Way

The property has a right of way over the neighbouring farm's track for access to the main paddock and lake.

Access Track

The access track is an un-adopted track over common land. The residents maintain the track between them, as/when required. There is no obligation and this is carried out on an agreed friendly basis.


Primary: Bromyard, Brockhampton, Bredenbury & Pencombe. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Secondary: Bromyard, Worcester, Leominster. Further information is available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk
Independent: Malvern, Worcester, Gloucester & Hereford have some outstanding independent schools. Further information is available at: www.isc.co.uk


Bringsty has a thriving community with an Arts Studio and a 16th Century inn nearby, which is the only thatched pub in Herefordshire. The traditional market town of Bromyard offers an excellent range of shops to satisfy most domestic requirements, which include a doctor's surgery, Churches, supermarket, acclaimed butcher, library, theatre and leisure centre along with rugby, cricket and football clubs. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities are available at Malvern, Worcester, Hereford and Ludlow.


The area offers many fine walks along the Frome Valley, Bromyard Downs and Bringsty Common; which has been designated a special wildlife site and is a haven for birds & butterflies, and through the Brockhampton Estate (National Trust), with the Malvern Hills only a short distance away. There are a range of outdoor pursuits and sports clubs within the locality, including Bromyard Rugby, Bowls, Cricket and Archery Clubs. A variety of festivals and events are held regularly within the locality and surrounding areas, including Ludlow Food Festival and Ledbury poetry Festival.


The region is renowned for its strong equestrian industry, including excellent and extensive off road riding over Bringsty Common. Kings Equestrian Centre and Hartpury College are within easy driving distances and host to a series of year-round competitions. Annual horse trials take place at Homme House. The Three Counties Showground at Malvern is within easy driving distance. Horse racing is at Worcester, Hereford and Cheltenham.

Additional Information

The gardens and land are sloping.


WR6 5UN.


From Bromyard, follow the A44 out of Bromyard Eastwards towards Worcester, continue past the turning on the right to the Live and Let Live pub, and a little further along, past the Bringsty Vintage Living sale room. Continue a 100 yards further and opposite a large white house there will be a track on the right marked with a post box. Turn right here and head up the track. Stay on this track and bear right where the track splits and head towards the property in front of you with a red telephone box in the garden. Follow the track as it bears right past this property and continue to the end where the entrance to Little Common will be found on the right hand side.


By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.

Agents Notes

Grant & Co and their clients give notice that:1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. The Agents have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Fixtures & Fittings Unless mentioned specifically all fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale.