Beech House
Beech House, Stretton Grange, Stretton Grandison, Ledbury, HR8 2TS
Charming, detached Border Oak house with lovely garden and double garage, in a peaceful, rural hamlet 0.35 Acres Guide price £725,000
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Key Features
  • Detached 4 bedroom Border Oak house (1,857 sq ft)
  • Open plan dining/family room, generous sitting room
  • Country-style fitted kitchen, utility/boot room, WC
  • Attractive, manageable garden, double garage parking

Summary of Features

Detached Border Oak house (1,857 sq ft)
4 Bedrooms, main with en-suite and a family bathroom
Open plan dining/family room, generous sitting room with gas fire
Country-style fitted kitchen with double aspect
Utility/boot room and separate downstairs WC
Attractive, manageable garden overlooking pasture
Double garage with private parking


Mileages: Ashperton 2 miles, Ledbury 8 miles, Bromyard 91/2 miles, Hereford 10 miles, Malvern 121/2 miles, Leominster 14 miles, Worcester 181/2 miles, Gloucester 24 miles, Cheltenham 30 miles, Birmingham 501/2 miles
Road: M50 (Jct 2) 121/2 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 21 miles
Railway: Ledbury, Hereford
Airport: Birmingham 56 miles, Bristol 671/2 miles


Beech House is situated within a small, private development in the popular rural hamlet of Stretton Grandison, which is believed to date back to Roman times. Surrounded by beautiful Herefordshire countryside, renowned for its orchards, hop fields and farming communities, the property benefits from excellent links to the main arterial routes through Herefordshire and beyond. The market town of Ledbury is a short drive away, with the larger conurbations of Hereford, Worcester, and Gloucester within easy reach.

Beech House

Beech House is a delightful and welcoming detached house, built some 20 years' ago. This light and well-maintained home has been enjoyed by the current owner for 18 years.
A covered entrance porch leads to the dining hall/family room, which has French doors to the garden and is a lovely, light, and spacious room. A useful cloak cupboard is located under the stairs.
The country-style fitted kitchen offers ample storage and benefits from a super, walk-in larder. The free-standing range cooker and American-style fridge-freezer are included within the sale.
A very useful utility/boot room, with direct access to the garden, provides further storage and benefits from an integrated washing machine. A separate ground floor WC leads off the utility.

Beech House (Continued)

The spacious sitting room leads off the dining hall and is a lovely comfortable room, with its exposed beams, and attractive fireplace with an LPG "wood-stove", which creates a wonderful and cosy ambience.
Stairs from the hall lead to the first floor, where there are four bedrooms - three double rooms and a good single room. The main bedroom has an en-suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe. Ther guest double room also has a walk-in wardrobe. The family bathroom benefits from a bath and a separate shower.
This property has a wealth of exposed beams and timbers which give character and warmth to this lovely home.

The Outside

The property is approached off the main road through a small, mature development of just 9 properties.
The good-sized rear garden is accessible via two external gates, and directly from the property.
Mainly lawn, the gardens have been well tended and are complemented by borders planted with a variety of shrubs, flowering plants, and spring flowers, with wild anemones and snowdrops attractively dotting the lawn.
A lovely, gravelled seating area is situated within the garden to overlook the surrounding pastureland and woodland beyond, and a good patio terrace, which is perfect for seasonal dining, or that morning cup of tea or coffee.

The Outside (Continued)

Mature apple trees, gooseberry and blackcurrant bushes provide an abundance of seasonal fruit and there is scope for keen gardeners to enhance the garden.
There is a substantial, detached double garage, which has a pedestrian door and parking in front. There is also parking beside the property. A useful bin store is located behind the garage.
Beech House enjoys lovely views from the rear of the property over the adjoining pastureland and to woodland beyond.

Material Information


Mains electricity & Water. LPG communal gas supply. Private, shared drainage (treatment plant). Underfloor heating to the ground and first floors. LPG Gas "wood burner" style fire.

Management Company

Stretton Grange Community Man Co. Ltd. - service charge at £40 pcm.


Fibre broadband is connected (+45 Mbps).

Mobile Phone Signal

Signal is available via several providers. Please check whilst at the property.

Local Authority

Herefordshire Council: 01432 260000.

Council Tax

Band "F" (c. £3,343 for 2024/25).




Timber frame and rendered construction under a tiled roof.


This property is not Listed.

Planning Permission



Rated "E" with potential for "C".

Flood Risk

No flood risk.


Shared private access drive.

Rights of Way

Not aware of any.


Not aware of any.

Conservation Area/AONB:



Ashperton, Bosbury, Burley Gate and Ledbury. Further information is available at:


Ledbury. Further information is available at:


Hereford, Malvern, Leominster, Gloucester, and Cheltenham. Further information is available at:


The hamlet of Stretton Grandison has an historic, Grade I Listed Church, which was re-built in the 14th Century from a much earlier timber church, with a children's nursery close by. Ashperton, a few minutes' drive away, also has an historic church, a well-regarded primary school, village hall and a Cricket Club. The market towns of Ledbury and Bromyard offer a good range of amenities to meet most day-to-day requirements. The Cathedral cities of Hereford Worcester and Gloucester are within easy reach and offer a wider range of retail and cultural facilities.


There are many fine walks and numerous cycle routes throughout this region. The Frome Valley, Bromyard Downs, Brockhampton Estate (National Trust) and the Malvern Hills are only a short distance away, and the area offers a wide range of outdoor sporting pursuits and clubs. The nearby market towns of Ledbury and Bromyard host a variety of local festivals alongside numerous arts, crafts, and farmers' markets throughout the year. Eastnor Castle is a short drive away and hosts a range of seasonal events, open to the public. Hay-on-Wye, host to the famous literary festival is within an hour's drive.


HR8 2TS.


From Ledbury: head west on the A438 towards Hereford to the Trumpet crossroads. At the traffic lights turn right onto the A417 signed for Leominster. Follow this road for 1.6 miles, through Asperton village and onto Stretton Grandison. On entering the village, just on the sweeping left-hand-bend, turn right into Stretton Grange. Proceed straight ahead through a walled entrance, bear right and continue round to the end detached property on your left side. Park in front of the double garage.




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.