The Clock House
The Clock House, Brockhampton Mews, Brockhampton Park, Bringsty, WR6 5TB
Attractive Mews property within an historic courtyard setting, located in superb parkland within the Brockhampton Park Estate
  • Superb mews house in a fabulous setting within a beautiful country estate.
Garden Guide price £450,000
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Key Features
  • Well presented, Grade II Listed Mews property (1,432 sq ft)
  • 3 double bedrooms, main with en-suite, family bathroom
  • Superb fitted kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room
  • Attractive garden, garden shed, attached garage/utility

Summary of Features

Beautifully presented, Grade II Listed Mews property (1,432 sq ft)
3 double bedrooms, main with en-suite, family bathroom
Superb, open plan, bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room
Delightful sitting room with Clearview wood-burning stove
Attractive walled garden, covered patio, BBQ area, tool shed & garden shed
Attached single garage with utility area and additional storage


Mileages: Bromyard 2½ miles, Malvern 11½ miles, Worcester 13 miles, Leominster & Ledbury <15 miles, Hereford 16 miles, Birmingham 43 miles
Road: M5 (Jct 7) 16 miles, M50 (Jct 2) 20 miles
Railway: Malvern, Worcester, Ledbury
Airport: Birmingham (52 miles)


The Clock House is situated within the beautiful and private grounds of the Brockhampton Estate, a National Trust property with 1,700 Acres of parkland to use and enjoy, close to the historic market town of Bromyard. The town is referred to as the "Town of Festivals", notable for its variety of traditional festivals held throughout the year. This property is also well placed for the local towns of Ledbury, Malvern and Leominster, with the cities of Worcester and Hereford nearby. This part of Herefordshire, which lies close to the Worcestershire border, is known for its traditional farms, undulating countryside and productive orchards.

The Clock House

This delightful property historically dates from c.1785 and was originally part of the old stable block to Brockhampton House. The Clock House was first converted in 1984 and subsequently remodelled to a high standard throughout by the current owners in 2013, including re-wiring and a new central heating system.
An entrance hall with Mandarin Stone limestone flooring, with WC off, opens into this welcoming home, which offers comfortable accommodation throughout.
A superb, bespoke, hand-painted fitted kitchen with breakfast/dining area, offers plenty of storage, including a larder cupboard, integrated NEFF Cooker and Induction hob, fridge-freezer and dishwasher. The kitchen is complemented by granite work surfaces, Mandarin Stone limestone flooring and enjoys a pleasant outlook and direct access to the walled garden.

The Clock House ctd.

The cosy, yet light and bright sitting room benefits from a double aspect and a Clearview wood-burning stove, which is set on a slate hearth. Bespoke oak shelving provides an attractive feature and blends perfectly with the historic nature of this property, which exhibits a variety of exposed beams and trusses.
The stairs, with half-landing, lead up to a light and airy galleried landing off which are three good-sized double bedrooms. The main bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, and there are two sets of double fitted wardrobes in the third bedroom.
The part-boarded loft space with electric lighting is accessed via a drop-down ladder and provides a useful additional storage area.

The Outside

The property is approached via the main entrance to the Brockhampton Estate, with a private, "Residents Only" roadway leading to an ample parking area and the courtyard entrance, around which the properties are located.
There is a mature and manageable walled garden (south-facing) to the rear of the property, which has been thoughtfully planted to provide year-round interest, showcasing, amongst others, a variety of spring flowers, roses, climbing plants, allium and mature shrubs. There is an attractive, clematis covered pergola with seating area and a water feature.
An original canopy, which was part of the historic stable block and was used to shelter incoming carriages, extends from the roof and provides a fabulous, covered seating and entertaining area enabling enjoyment of the garden from Spring through to Autumn and even on sunny, wintry days.

The Outside ctd.

A single garage is attached to the property and provides a useful external utility area, with sink unit, cupboard storage and ample space for washing machine/tumble dryer, etc. There is also a bespoke, combined log store and tool shed, and a further garden shed.
There are two areas of woodland adjacent to the courtyard which form part of the lease and are for the private amenity use and enjoyment of the residents.
In addition to the garage, there is private parking and separate visitors' parking.
Quiet and peaceful location enjoying private views of the surrounding Estate land.


Mains electricity and water. Oil-fired central heating, U/F heating to kitchen. Private drainage to a modern, communal treatment plant (Klargester).


Standard broadband is connected (11.50 Mbps). Superfast fibre should soon be available to the property via Gigaclear.

Council Tax

Band "D" (£2,012.00 pa for 2021/22).

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.


This property is Grade II Listed.


Exempt (due to Listed status).

Ground Rent

The current rent is £325.00 pa (collected within the monthly service charge).


112 years (63 years remaining with extension of 50 years currently in progression (2021)).

Management Committee

There are 12 properties organised under a Management Company, run by the residents, to which there is a service charge contribution of £150 pcm, covering; property insurance, maintenance of communal areas, external decoration, ground rent, private drainage, etc. There are no major capital liabilities and therefore no sink fund is necessary.

Access Road

Access is via the main private tarmac road to the National Trust Estate.

National Trust

Homeowners are given a free National Trust annual pass for access to all National Trust owned properties throughout England and Wales.


Primary: Brockhampton, Bromyard, Bredenbury & Pencombe Further information is available at:
Secondary: Bromyard. Further information is available at:
Independent: Malvern, Worcester, Gloucester & Hereford have some outstanding independent schools. Further information available at:


Bromyard offers a good range of facilities for most domestic needs; including a supermarket, baker, acclaimed butcher & farm shop, theatre, leisure centre, doctor's surgery, Post Office and community hospital. Further retail & cultural amenities are available in Ledbury, Malvern and Worcester, with more extensive facilities in Cheltenham, Worcester and Birmingham, which are all within easy travelling distance.


Many fine walks through the Brockhampton Estate (National Trust), Bromyard Downs, Bringsty Common and along the Frome Valley, with the Malvern Hills only a short distance away. The area offers a variety of outdoor pursuits and sports clubs, including Bromyard Rugby, Cricket and Archery Clubs. There are also a range of festivals and events held regularly within the locality and surrounding areas, including the renowned Ludlow Food Festival.

Additional Information

The lease is currently being extended, please contact the Estate Agent for further information.






By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341. Please note that viewings will commence from MONDAY 12 JULY.


From Bromyard; Head east towards Worcester on the A44 for 2 miles, proceed up the hill towards Bringsty and at the brow of the hill, turn left into the National Trust Brockhampton Estate - this is prominently signed. Pass over the cattle grid by the lodge house and continue downhill, pass the pay station (no charge for resident visitors) and over a 2nd cattle grid, fork left. After a short distance and a 3rd cattle grid, turn right at the wide T junction and continue downhill for 200 meters - at the hairpin left bend, turn right into the signed entrance "Brockhampton Mews, Strictly Private". Parking is shortly on your right side, opposite the garages. Walk through the opening into the courtyard, walk up the path to The Clock House which is located in the terrace in front of you, as denoted by the clock tower above.

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.