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A grade II listed farmhouse with extensive outbuildings and about 5 acres situated in a peaceful, rural location


  • Stone barn inc. staff room and office
  • Extensive steel framed outbuildings
  • In all about 4.85 acres (1.96 ha)
  • Gardens
  • Pond
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 2 dressing rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Dining room
  • Sitting room
  • Drawing room


Bengrove Farm dates back to C18 to early C19 and has been with the current vendors for 40 years. Bengrove offers a wonderful, peaceful location with rural views yet easy access to road and rail networks. The house is constructed of Cotswold stone and rendered brick beneath a tile and slate roof. Internally there is an abundance of character features including stone mullion windows, flagged stone floors, compartmented ceilings and square panelled timber-framed partition walls. The drawing room is double aspect and includes a parquet floor as well as a Tudor-arched opened fireplace with wooden bressumer. The dining room and hall boast period flagged stoned floors, exposed timbers and an inglenook fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room with its vaulted ceiling was a later addition. From the original staircase the first floor includes 5 bedrooms with 2 dressing rooms and 4 bathrooms. Bengrove Farm is accessed via a private drive, passing the pond and arriving at the farmyard and main house. The garden is situated to the South of the main house enjoying wonderful views of the undulating countryside. The Cotswold stone barn currently incorporates a staff room and office and lends itself to ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents. There are a variety of steeled framed outbuildings totalling 14,095 sq ft and yards. Beyond the outbuildings the land is ring-fenced and all laid to grass. Bengrove Farm is situated towards the end of a no-through lane in a tranquil setting. Everyday amenities can be found in Winchombe and Tewkesbury, about 6 miles, with more comprehensive facilities in Cheltenham, about 8.5 miles. The Cotswolds' tradition of prosperity and temperate climate are reflected in its many splendid manor houses and gardens which are some of the finest in England. Houses traditionally are built of beautiful Cotswold stone which, with its warm honey colour, elegantly complements the beauty of the natural surroundings. Bengrove Farm is well placed for commuting, with the A44 and M40 providing access to London (approx.100 miles) and the M5 (approx.5 miles) providing access to the West Country and Birmingham. There are mainline train services at Cheltenham Spa and Moreton-in-Marsh to London Paddington. A selection of leading preparatory and public schools can be found in Cheltenham, Malvern and Hereford. Schools include Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Kings Worcester, Hereford Cathedral School, Malvern College, The Elms and The Downs.