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A beautiful grade II Listed Manor House with ancillary accommodation, fabulous gardens and Arboretum with approximately 8 acres of grounds.


  • Eight Bedrooms
  • Six Reception Rooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Two Bedroom Apartment
  • Outbuildings and Flat
  • Walled Kitchen Garden


A beautiful grade II Listed Manor House with ancillary accommodation, fabulous gardens and Arboretum with approximately 8 acres of grounds. Conderton Manor is an impressive country residence dating back to the 17th Century with early and mid-20th Century alterations and additions. Constructed of Cotswold stone beneath a tiled roof, the original building was a traditional H-plan with later extensions, set over two storeys and attic with dormers. Windows on main storeys are mainly replacement eaded cross-casements. The property is entered via a 20th Century ashlar porch which projects from the ground floor of the central three bays to stand just proud of the end walls of the wings. The entrance is surmounted by a broken segmental pediment on moulded corbels which contains an engaged ball finial; it has flanking pilasters, a moulded architrave and a 6-panelled door. The left wing has been extended by one bay above which is another dormer window with a 2-light casement. This extension has an additional two-bay wing projecting from its left side elevation with a single-storey wing adjoining its front elevation. All these additions are of similar scale, detail and materials to the original building. From the entrance you arrive at the dining hall with double doors leading through to the Conservatory, Terrace and Garden beyond. The interior is recorded as having retained some early 19th Century panelling in the study and an oak staircase with spiral balusters. The property would benefit from some modernisation but offers a fabulous family home with 5 reception rooms on the ground floor. Next to the oak staircase are steps leading down to the wine store and cellar. The first and second floors provide 8 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, all with generous ceiling heights. The second floor also comprises a Studio and a further 2 Bedroom Apartment with bathroom, kitchen/dining room, sitting room all accessed via an independent staircase. Conderton Manor is approached via a graceful drive through young and mature shrubs and trees arriving at the impressive gravel forecourt in front of the Main House. The immediate outbuildings are accessed via the secondary driveway and include Garaging, Coach House, original Stables/Stalls and Tack Room with a Self-Contained Flat above. There are further Garden Sheds, Dog Kennels and WC. Conderton Manor sits in the most wonderful gardens and grounds with views towards the Cotswold escarpment and the Malvern hills. The Garden includes an Arboretum totalling over 500 trees, a Walled Garden, formal lawns with Croquet Lawn, Tennis Court, Swimming Pool with Loggia incorporating changing rooms, Water Garden and beech belt woodland. From the main terrace next to the most spectacular Lebanon Cedar tree, there are wonderful vistas and walks including the pool walk and box walk leading down the orchard avenue. Conderton Manor sits in an exceptional private location on the edge of Conderton, a small hamlet on the South side of Bredon Hill, near the villages of Overbury and Beckford on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire borders. Overbury, an idyllic private Estate village, includes a Church of England First School, private Nursery School, Cricket Club, Bowling Club, pop-up Office and the beautiful Norman Church of St. Faith's. The Yew Tree Inn is a charming public house, situated within walking distance of Conderton Manor. The Regency Spa town of Cheltenham is approximately twenty minutes away and provides a large selection of shops and amenities including Whole Foods and Waitrose supermarkets. Tewkesbury is only ten minutes away providing a good array of shopping and local amenities. The picturesque villages of Winchcombe and Broadway are about ten and twelve miles distant respectively, providing two Michelin starred restaurants, boutique shops and pubs.Connections by road and rail are excellent. Cheltenham Spa train station is just twelve miles away providing national connections, Evesham Station is seven miles away and London Marylebone can be accessed in 1hr 30mins from Warwick Parkway. The M5 (Junction 9) is about five miles distant and the A40 is about thirteen miles away. Local sporting facilities include racing at Cheltenham, polo at Cirencester Park and an array of point to points including Andoversford, Paxford and Upton-uponSevern; Opera at Longborough, Cheltenham Literature and Jazz Festivals and the famous Three Choirs Festival; as well as the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-upon-Avon. There is golf at a number of local courses including Naunton, Broadway and Cheltenham. Schooling: There is an excellent selection of schools nearby both State and Independent, including Overbury First School, Bredon School, Pates Grammar School, The Elms at Colwall, Kitebrook House at Moreton-in-Marsh and renowned private schools for girls and boys in Cheltenham and Malvern.