Bradlow, Ledbury, Herefordshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An impressive equestrian property encompassing a four-bedroom detached dwelling with landscaped gardens, timber clad garage with adjoining games room, an endless' swimming pool, and an excellent range of equestrian facilities including American Barn' style stabling, all weather manège, and an agricultural storage building. The property resides within approximately 7.19 acres (2.91 hectares) of sloping pastureland, being idyllically situated within an open valley on the outskirts of Ledbury. IN ALL APPROXIMATELY 8.13 ACRES (3.29 HECTARES)


Spacious tiled floor, painted timbers and beams, timber doors leading into the rear boot room and the sitting room, stairs off


7.4m (maximum) x 5.4m (maximum) (24'3 ( maximum) x 17'9 ( maximum))

L-shaped room, timber floorboards, woodburning stove, folding uPVC folding doors leading onto the front terrace


Partially carpeted/tiled floor, Worcester gas fired central heating boiler, timber external door


Pebble' effect flooring, loo, handwash basin, and walk-in shower


7.3m x 3.7m (23'11 x 12'2 )

Comprising slate tiled floor with underfloor heating, range of wooden fitted wall and base units incorporating a Belfast sink, enclosed pantry, solid fuel Rayburn, built in appliances in the form of an electric oven, microwave and hob, with overhead beams above


A single staircase with exposed timber floor boards leads onto the first-floor accommodation, which comprises:


Timber floorboards, airing cupboard, loft hatch


Tiled floor with underfloor heating, loo, handwash basin with cupboards below, walk-in waterfall' shower


5.1m x 4.8m (maximum) (16'9 x 15'9 ( maximum))

Timber floorboards, walk-in wardrobe, double uPVC doors leading onto balcony with extensive views over the landscaped gardens


Tiled floor with underfloor heating, heated towel rail, loo, His' and Hers' handwash basins with cupboards below, free standing rolltop bath


3.0m x 3.0m (9'10 x 9'10 )

Timber floorboards, built-in wardrobe


4.2m x 2.9m (maximum) (13'9 x 9'6 ( maximum))

Timber floorboards


3.9m x 2.9m (12'10 x 9'6 )

Timber floorboards, built-in wardrobe


Externally the property is conveniently divided in distinct areas, which have been internally partitioned.

Entrance to the property is afforded off the adjacent lane, leading into a spacious tarmacked parking area. Directly opposite is a single storey timber clad garage with metal roller shutter door, utility room, and an adjoining games room.

Furthermore, an above ground endless' swimming pool is privately enclosed with panelled wooden fencing.

Thereafter, the property is immediately bounded by a spacious terraced area, with an enclosed landscaped garden to the south, which is predominantly laid down to lawn with mature shrubs and trees, and an adjoining vegetable plot.

Within the formal gardens is a timber clad woodstore/workshop benefitting from a mains electrical connection, and a traditional stone outhouse.


Immediately adjacent to the residential entrance is a separate point of access which serves the land and buildings, leading into a spacious tarmacked parking/turning area that is sufficient in nature to accommodate horse lorries.

A four-bay steel portal framed agricultural building (9.1m x 17.9m) has been remodelled to accommodate the predominant portion of the equestrian facilities; seven internal loose box stables, each of which benefits from automatic' drinkers, a free draining washdown area, solarium, and an enclosed tack room with kitchenette facilities above.

Furthermore, abutting the aforementioned stable block is an expansive all-weather flood lit manège (19.9m x 41.3m). In addition to this, are four further timber framed loose box stables, and a modern three-bay steel portal framed agricultural storage building (5.7m x 13.1m).


The accompanying pastureland, which lies as a contiguous block, extends to approximately 7.19 acres (2.91 hectares), incorporating well maintained fencing throughout, and a water connection serving each trough in the respective field parcels.


We understand from the Vendors that the property benefits from a mains electricity, water and gas connection, and a private drainage connection. It was noted that the house is separately metered from the land and buildings.


We understand that the property is freehold and offered with vacant possession.


Band F Rates £2647.79 (2018/19)

(Herefordshire Council 01432 260000)


Strictly by appointment with the sole agents Pughs. Tel. 01531 631122

Out of office hours, James Pugh 07836320330


Herefordshire Council 01432 260000


Offers in the region of £800,000


To comply with anti money laundering regulations, prospective purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at the time of making an offer. We ask for your cooperation in order that there is no delay in agreeing the sale

For clarification we wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sale particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings. Room sizes should not be relied upon for carpets and furnishings. If there are any important matters, which are likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property.

Pughs, for themselves and for the vendors or Lessors of this property, whose Agents they are, give notice that these particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No person in the employment of the agent has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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