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Hill Top
Hill Top, Linley Green, Whitbourne, Worcestershire, WR6 5RF
Superb equestrian smallholding situated in a beautiful and quiet rural location with wonderful views over the surrounding countryside
  • Excellent equine smallholding with superb outriding on the doorstep.
8.50 Acres Guide price £775,000
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Key Features
  • Beautiful 3 bedroom detached Equestrian small holding with PP to extend.
  • Excellent American style stabling, tack room, feed store and barns.
  • 40 x 20 arena and a total plot of about 8.5 acres in a quiet, rural setting
  • Excellent outriding onto Bringsty Common and stunning views

Summary of Features

Well presented, detached, extended and fully refurbished dormer bungalow (1,481 sq ft)
Flexible layout lending itself to 2 - 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Spacious and light, open plan kitchen/breakfast and sitting room
American-style barn with 4 - 5 stables, including mare & foal box
Secure stable yard and fenced Charles Britton arena (40m x 20m)
Tack/feed store, workshop/rug store, garden store and open-fronted hay barn
Further period stone outbuildings with PP
About 8½ acres of well fenced pasture paddocks with water supply
Garden with small orchard, polytunnel and lawned areas, ample parking


Mileages: Bromyard 3 miles, Malvern 10 miles, Worcester 12½ miles, Ledbury 13½ miles, Hereford 17 miles, Droitwich 18½ miles, Gloucester 30 miles, Cheltenham 36½ miles, Birmingham 53 miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 18 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 15 miles
Railway: Malvern, Worcester, Ledbury,
Airport: Birmingham (49½ miles), Bristol (73½ miles)


In all about 8½ Acres.


Hill Top occupies a fantastic rural location, tucked away within beautiful and tranquil countryside. This part of Worcestershire lies close to the Herefordshire border with Bringsty Common, and its hacking and walking opportunities, to the North and the Suckley and Malvern Hills to the southeast. The surrounding countryside is renowned for its scenic and unspoilt rural appeal, characterised by traditional farms, wooded hills and orchards. The property is located off a quiet country lane, yet is well placed for the local commercial centres.

Hill Top

Hill Top has been extensively improved and extended over the last 6 years to provide a wonderful and modern home.
A welcoming and spacious entrance hall with attractive oak flooring, leads on through to the spacious, open plan kitchen/breakfast and sitting room and to the 2 additional reception rooms/bedrooms and downstairs shower room.
The spacious, modern kitchen/breakfast and sitting area is a wonderfully light and bright room, with the kitchen offering plenty of cupboard space for storage and benefiting from granite work surfaces, an integrated Neff double oven and hob, a 2-oven Aga and dishwasher with space for a fridge-freezer and washing machine, and direct access to the raised decked area, garden and yard.
The sitting area also has oak flooring and a fireplace with wood-burning stove, providing a focal point and ensuring the space is wonderfully cosy in the colder months.
The two reception rooms situated off the entrance hall offer flexible accommodation for a variety of uses, such as two further bedrooms, an office/study, snug room, TV or games room. There is also a good-sized modern shower room, which has been recently and tastefully refurbished.
Upstairs there are two large double bedrooms, both with double aspect to enjoy the stunning views over the land and surrounding countryside, and a good-sized and recently refurbished family bathroom.

The Outside

The property is approached via a private driveway, off a quiet country lane, which leads up to the parking area(s) and the house, which is privately situated and not overlooked.
The driveway opens out to a good concrete yard, where there is further parking if required, and ample space for horse box/lorry, etc.
There is a stone outbuilding adjacent to the property currently used for storage and it has a W.C. (PP has been granted on this for conversion, see further details below)
Superb American-style barn with five 12' x 14' (approx.) stables; one of which converts to a mare & foal box (c. 17' 10" x 15'), with adjoining tack/feed store, rug store/workshop, all with electricity supply/light and water.
Well maintained, post & rail fenced Charles Britton arena with high spec sand and fibre surface.
There is a further store/workshop and a good, open fronted hay barn/equipment store.
Gently sloping pasture paddocks extending to approximately 8½ acres lie to the rear and side of the property. 4 acres currently set up as a partially surfaced track system.
The gardens, which offer plenty of scope, are largely lawn with established shrubs and flowering plants to the front of the property and there is a raised decked area offering an ideal space for seasonal dining.
A variety of local Herefordshire fruit trees; including damsons, cherries, apple, pear and plum create a small orchard and there is also a polytunnel, which offers further potential to grow one's own produce, a raspberry patch, kiwi bush and productive grapevine.
The property is situated in a lovely quiet, rural location and enjoys wonderful views over the land and surrounding countryside.

Planning Permission

Planning Permission is currently in place to allow an extension into and to convert the adjacent stone outbuildings to additional accommodation if required. There is also another application currently submitted to change the layout of the already agreed permission which will then provide a large dining/family room, office and utility. (Planning Ref: P212282)


Mains electricity. Mains Water. Private Drainage (septic tank) with new soak-away. Oil fired central heating and Aga (new bunded oil tank). Mains water available to the land/paddocks. Stables, tack/feed store, workshop all have mains electricity/light and water. Stables have automatic drinkers (currently disconnected).


Fibre broadband is available to connect to.

Council Tax

Band "E" (£2,462.55; 2020/21).

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.


This property is not Listed.


Rated "C".

Included in the Sale

This years' hay crop, which is taken off the land, and a specialist arena harrow/grader are included in the sale.


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


The thriving market town of Bromyard offers a good range of facilities to meet most day-to-day requirements; 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 Malvern and Ledbury, with more extensive facilities in Worcester, Hereford, Cheltenham and Birmingham, which are all within easy travelling distance.


Many fine walks and off road hacking 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 acclaimed Ludlow Food Festival.


The region is renowned for its significant equestrian industry and there are numerous agricultural and equestrian centres close by including: Kings Equestrian Centre, Bromyard (4½ miles) and The Three Counties Showground (13 miles). The property also benefits from quick access onto a network of bridle paths. Bringsty Common, which offers excellent outriding, is easily accessed from the quiet lane Hill Top is located on.


WR6 5RF.


From Bromyard: Head Eastwards out of the town on the A44 towards Worcester and after about 1.2 miles turn right onto the B4220 signposted towards Malvern and Acton Green. Follow the road for about 1 mile and then take the left hand turn signed to Linley Green and Suckley. Follow this lane for 0.6 miles and then take the left turn to Whitbourne and Knightwick. Continue for 0.1 miles and the entrance to Hill Top will be found on your 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.


Mains water, mains electricity, private drainage via a septic tank, oil fired central heating and wood-burners. The boiler is serviced every year and the septic tank is emptied every year.


Fibre Broadband is connected directly to the property (Circa 150Mbps is available)

Council Tax

Band "D" (£2,001-79 2020/21).

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.


This property is not Listed.


Rated "TBC".