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The Old Stables
The Old Stables, Leddington, Dymock, , GL18 2EA
Charming detached barn, modern conversion with double car port and garden situated in a sought after rural location.
  • Superbly finished, recent barn conversion in a desirable rural location near Ledbury.
0.37 Acres Guide price £775,000
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Key Features
  • Attractive, detached 5 bed barn conversion (2,310 sq ft)
  • Spacious open plan bespoke kitchen with dining area
  • Large sitting room with contemporary wood burner
  • Garden, detached double timber car port, parking

Summary of Features

Attractive, detached barn conversion (2,310 sq ft)
5 bedrooms; 3 en-suite plus a family bathroom
Spacious open plan, bespoke kitchen with dining area
Large sitting room with contemporary wood burner
Enclosed front garden and central courtyard garden
Detached double timber car port, log store and ample parking


Mileages: Dymock 2½ miles, Ledbury 4½ miles, Newent 6 miles, Ross-on-Wye 11 miles, Malvern 13 miles, Hereford 15 miles, Gloucester 16½ miles, Cheltenham & Worcester 23 miles, Birmingham 53½ miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 4½ miles, M5 (Jct 8) 15 miles
Railway: Ledbury, Malvern, Hereford, Gloucester
Airport: Bristol & Birmingham 60 miles


The Old Stables is situated in a lovely rural location in the desirable hamlet of Leddington, set amongst beautiful Gloucestershire Countryside. The property is conveniently situated in the Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye to Newent triangle, all being easily accessible. This part of Gloucestershire lies close to the Herefordshire border and is characterised by orchards and traditional farmland. The area is renowned for offering a sought-after rural quality of life combined with excellent communication links to the rest of the country.

The Old Stables

This delightful property was converted to a high standard in 2018 and offers spacious, versatile accommodation, with annexe potential.
The entrance hall leads to the spacious and light sitting room, which is complemented by a fabulous contemporary Scandinavian wood-burning stove, oak flooring and full elevation glazing with patio doors leading to the front garden area.
A superb country-style kitchen/dining room is the heart of this lovely home. The attractive, bespoke built units, including a useful larder cupboard, offer plenty of storage and the kitchen is complemented by granite work surfaces and a central island with solid wood work surface. There is a Belling range cooker with induction hob, integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge-freezer. The dining area is spacious and combined with the kitchen provides a great family space; both rooms have direct access to the central courtyard garden.


There is a useful utility room with further storage, Belfast-style sink and space for white goods and a downstairs WC, accessed from the inner hall.
Two large double bedrooms, one with en-suite, plus a family bathroom are located on the ground floor and offer potential to create an internal annexe (ancillary to the main dwelling).
Three further bedrooms are located on the first floor and accessed via an attractive solid oak staircase leading up to a galleried landing. There are two good-sized double rooms, both with en-suite and a smaller spare room, equally usable as a dressing room or study/hobby room.
There are some attractive internal features, including exposed original timbers, bespoke curved doors, and attractive oak and Travertine flooring.

The Outside

The property is situated off a quiet country lane and is accessed via a gated entrance leading to an ample, gravelled parking area.
A large lawned and enclosed garden lies to the front of the property, which is complemented by an attractive corner border, planted with a variety of shrubs and flowering plants, and a patio area. The garden is bounded by hedging and hazel panels, with plenty of scope for keen gardeners.
The property wraps around an attractive and sheltered courtyard garden, with patio terrace, lawn and raised flower beds. Directly accessible from the kitchen/dining room, this provides a perfect space for seasonal dining and entertaining.
There is a double, timber carport, which offers great storage. Doors could easily be added to create a garage, with scope for a workshop or studio/office (subject to any necessary consents).
The Old Stables enjoys views over adjoining farmland and the countryside beyond.


Mains electricity and water. Private Drainage (Clearwater Treatment Plant). Oil fired central heating, under-floor throughout ground floor. Wood-burning stove (Scandinavian; Wiking Lima 6.7 kw stove).


Decent 4G broadband is available/connected.

Local Authority

Forest of Dean District Council: 01594 810000.

Council Tax

Band "F" (c. £2,700.00 pa).


This property is not Listed.


Rated "C".


Primary: Dymock, Gorsley, Much Marcle. Further information available at: www.fdean.gov.uk
Secondary: Newent. Further information available at: www.fdean.gov.uk
Independent: Colwall, Malvern, Worcester, Hereford, Gloucester & Cheltenham have some excellent independent schools. Further information available at www.isc.co.uk


The nearby village of Dymock has a thriving community and good village amenities, including a church, village store, hall and pub. The market town of Ledbury is very close and provides a broad range of shops and amenities to suit most day-to-day requirements, similarly with Newent and Ross-on-Wye. The property is well placed for the commercial centres of Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester and Cheltenham, which offer more extensive retail, leisure and cultural facilities.


Dymock has a cricket club and offers a range of activities and groups. Many fine walks in and around the area, including the well-known Daffodil Way in the spring. Golf courses are at Dymock and Newent, and the Three Choirs Vineyard at Newent has a good restaurant and holds wine tasting events. Leisure/sport centres/swimming pools at Ledbury and Newent. Tennis club at Ledbury. The Malvern Hills and The Wye Valley are both within easy access and offer a range of sports and activities.


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From Ledbury: Head west on the A449 towards Ross-on-Wye for 2 miles. At Preston Cross (roundabout), take the left turn onto the B4215 towards Dymock and Newent, continue for 1.1 miles and take the first turning left at a small cross road. Continue on this single track lane for 0.3 miles, as you rise up a small bank, the property will be found on your right side, opposite a large red brick farmhouse.


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.