Growland Farm
Growland Farm, Munderfield, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4JS
Period, extended property situated in a superb, rural location with annexe, swimming pool, outbuildings and pastureland
  • Private and quiet location with lovely views
9.00 Acres Offers over £1,100,000
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Key Features
  • Secluded, 5 bed detached country house (3,614 sq ft)
  • 1 bedroom annexe, outbuildings with potential
  • Indoor heated swimming pool, tennis court
  • Pasture paddocks, natural stream, superb views

Summary of Features

Spacious, detached country house (3,614 sq ft)
5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, box room/study
Open plan kitchen/breakfast room, utility, WC
Spacious "L"-shaped sitting room, dining room
Indoor heated swimming pool, shower room, WC
1 bedroom annexe with attached outbuilding
Further detached garage/workshop with room above
Hard surface, enclosed tennis court
Pasture paddocks, natural stream
Private and secluded situation with superb views


In all about 9 Acres.


Mileages: Bromyard 3 miles, Ledbury 9 miles, Malvern 11 miles, Hereford 13 miles, Leominster & Tenbury Wells 14 miles, Worcester 17 miles, Gloucester 27 miles, Cheltenham 37½ miles, Birmingham 46½ miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 14 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 19 miles, (Jct 8) 24½ miles
Railway: Ledbury, Malvern, Hereford
Airport: Birmingham (54 miles), Bristol (74 miles)


Growland Farm is situated in a secluded, rural location within the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, close to the historic market town of Bromyard, which is easily accessible. The town is referred to as the "Town of Festivals", notable for its variety of traditional festivals held throughout the year. This property is well placed for the local towns of Ledbury, Malvern and Leominster, with the Cathedral cities of Hereford and Worcester within easy reach. This part of Herefordshire, which lies close to the Worcestershire border, is known for its traditional farms, undulating countryside and productive orchards.

Growland Farm

Growland Farm was historically a small, circa 1850's cottage which has been extended over time and more latterly in the 1980's, to create a spacious family home in a fabulous rural setting.
An entrance hall leads through to the spacious country-style kitchen/breakfast room, with exposed beams. The kitchen offers ample storage, and has a useful walk-in larder/utility, with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is also a WC off the entrance hall.
The formal dining room, which leads off the kitchen/breakfast room, has a fireplace with electric wood burner and an attractive flagstone floor, with patio doors leading out to the garden. There is potential to create a very spacious kitchen/dining/family room by removing the dividing wall, if desired.
A very generous "L"-shaped sitting room also leads off the kitchen and whilst open plan, two separate areas have been created within this space; a snug area with feature fireplace with a gas fire, which could be reinstated as either an open fire or installed with a wood-burner (subject to the necessary checks), and a spacious sitting area with triple aspect making this is wonderfully light room with superb views overlooking the garden and surrounding pastureland. There is an oil-fired, enamelled wood-burner and the original bread oven provides a lovely feature. Off the sitting room are steps leading down to the cellar.

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An indoor, heated pool adjoins the main house and is accessed off the kitchen. The pool room has floor to ceiling glazing on three sides to take in the superb views with access to the garden via French doors. There is also a plant room, and separate shower/changing room with WC.
A spindle staircase leads up to the first floor, where there are five bedrooms, three double rooms and two single rooms and two, family bathrooms; one being a "Jack & Jill" bathroom to the main bedroom and adjacent room, which has a steam shower and separate jacuzzi bath. The spacious main bedroom has a triple aspect to take in the stunning views
The second bathroom also has a separate bath and shower, and a "box" room provides a useful space for storage, a study or could be utilised as a walk-in dressing room.

The Outside

The property is approached by a long, unadopted shared drive which leads to a large parking area, where there is space for several vehicles, including a horse box/lorry, camper van, trailers, etc.
Lawned grounds surround the property, and there is plenty of scope for keen gardeners. A hard surface tennis court provides a great leisure facility, or the area could be utilised to create a mange/arena, if desired.
The gently sloping to sloping pastureland is split into four enclosed paddocks, easily accessible from the house, with a natural stream running along the lower boundary. There is ample space to erect stabling and/or field shelters.
The self-contained, one-bedroom annexe is detached from the main house and has an attached, two-storey workshop/store, which offers potential to create a larger, two bedroom detached annexe; perfect for dependent family members, as guest accommodation, or possibly Airbnb/holiday/residential let.
There is an additional, detached two-storey garage/workshop which also offers further potential.
Growland Farm enjoys a superb, tranquil location with stunning views over its own land and the surrounding rural landscape.


Mains electricity. Mains water (rated not metered). Private drainage (septic tank). Oil-fired central heating. Heated swimming pool (Oil fired boiler).


Standard broadband is connected.

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01431 260000.

Council Tax

Band "G" (£3,478 for 2022/23).


This property is not Listed.


Rated "E".


The property has a Right of Access over the track/drive which is not owned by anyone. Maintenance of the track is shared on a friendly basis, as and when required.


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:


The Hop Pocket Shopping Village is just over two miles away and is a collection of independent shops; including crafts and an art gallery, food hall, gifts and country store. There is also a garden centre and café/restaurant. Bromyard offers a good range of facilities for most domestic need, 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.


The region is renowned for its strong equestrian industry, including excellent and extensive outriding 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.

Additional Information

All potential works mentioned in the text, are subject to the necessary Permissions.


From Bishops Frome: Continue out of the village on the B4214 northwards toward Bromyard. (The turning to the property is 1.6 Miles from the Chase Inn Pub in Bishops Frome). Continue into Munderfield and at the sharp right-hand bend, turn immediately left onto the track between a bungalow (Frensham) on the left and a cottage on the right with a sign to Copton Farm on it. (Just before the turning onto Stoke Lane). Follow the track to the very bottom to Growland Farm.From Bromyard: Head out of town Southwards on the A465 and after Top Garage take the left onto the B4214 sign posted to Ledbury, Bishops Frome and Munderfield. From this junction, the turning to Growland Farm will be found in front of you (on a sharp left bend in the road) after 3.3 miles and immediately after the turn on the right to Stoke Lane and to the right of a bungalow called Frensham Follow the track to the very end and Growland Farm is at the bottom.


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