Newnham Road, Littledean, Cinderford, Gloucestershire, GL14 3NR | Property for sale | Savills
9,821 sq ft(912.40 sq m)
Guide price £1,500,000(€1,779,762)

Newnham RoadLittledean, Cinderford, Gloucestershire, GL14 3NR

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Key features

  • A breathtakingly beautiful country home set over three floors.
  • 17th Century Grade II* listed estate with an array of original features.
  • Traditionally styled accommodation equating to 9,821 sq ft.
  • Occupying a private position with attractive countryside views.
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens with numerous themed areas and seating points.
  • Generous stone outbuildings, store rooms and double garage.

A quite remarkable Grade II* listed country home set in glorious landscaped gardens.

About this property

  • Dean Hall is a majestic Grade II* listed country home situated in the heart of Gloucestershire. Arguably one of the finest estates in the area, it has an embarrassment of character and charm together with natural beauty.

    Enjoying a private position, it sits within land and gardens equating to 3.7 acres, all of which has been painstakingly landscaped by the current vendors. Thought to date from the early 17th Century with later additions, the principal accommodation is set over three floors and equates to a very substantial 9,821 sq ft of traditionally styled living space.

    As you step inside, the grand reception hall sets the tone for the rest of this remarkable residence. The ground floor seamlessly connects the main living areas, creating a sense of space and effortless flow. The reception rooms are magnificent, all of which have an enviable array of original features which serve as a constant reminder of its rich history.

    The drawing room is of particular attraction, of dual aspect with views over the garden it has an open fire with decorative surround. In addition there is a traditional billiard room, and a beautiful day room which affords the ideal place to rest, read or simply enjoy a morning coffee.

    The country-styled kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of units, integral appliances, a dual Belfast sink, and an AGA together with a number of features which include exposed ceilings beams, an open fireplace and a quaint butler's pantry. Furthermore, there is a fitted utility room, boiler room, and a very useful store room.

    The first floor offers a wealth of bedrooms, all of which are of an excellent size and enjoy pleasant far-reaching views. Three of the four bedrooms have the benefit of en suite facilities, whilst bedroom four is served by a separate bathroom. The size and stature of the home has allowed for both a drawing room, furnished with handprinted Chinese wall paper designed by Alyson McDermott, and a separate sitting room with a kitchenette to be positioned on the floor. It supports the ability of multigenerational living or to be used as a holiday let or staff accommodation. The second floor consists of three further bedrooms, a very spacious bathroom, a library and a versatile store room. The cellar is in good order and is highly spacious allowing for plentiful storage.

    The outbuildings and barns are particularly beautiful and typify country-living at its finest. Stone built and set under a tiled roof, they exude character and charm. The coach house has an interconnecting door to the double garage which has two double doors opening into the courtyard.

    The gardens are an exquisite addition to the estate having been landscaped and crafted by the vendors. Secure electric gates open onto a long drive which leads to the principal entrance and to the central courtyard. The formal garden enjoys a number of themed areas and is interspersed with herbaceous beds, flower borders, mature trees, shrubs and plants. There are areas of wild garden, an established kitchen garden with a greenhouse, open-lawn areas, and a number of idyllic seating areas. Bounded in main by hedgerow, fencing and an attractive stone wall there is a delightful lawn tennis court together with attractive countryside views.

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Dean Hall is an astonishing country home, I'm yet to see a more beautiful home in the county, An utterly beautiful Gloucestershire estate.

Phil BatesProperty agent

Local information

  • Littledean is a village in the Forest of Dean, west Gloucestershire. In addition to a Public House, there are a host of outdoor activities to be enjoyed: walking, cycling and hacking are but a few.
  • The city of Gloucester is approximately 13 miles away, with a vibrant centre and a popular High Street, there are a host of bars. restaurants, and shops. Furthermore there is a hospital and a mainline train station with routes to London Paddington (approximately two hours)
  • The Regency town of Cheltenham is approximately 20 miles away. Renowned nationally for its Georgian architecture, boutique shops and restaurants together with glorious Regency parks. World famous racing is to be enjoyed, notably the Gold Cup held in March. There is a mainline train station with routes to London Paddington. (approximately two hours).
  • There are a number of prestigious schools in the area: Cheltenham Ladies' College, Monmouth Preparatory School, Monmouth School for Boys, Monmouth School for Girls, The King's School, Worcester, The King's School, Gloucester, The Downs, Malvern and Malvern College are but a selection.

Additional information

  • Services connected: Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, oil fired central heating.
  • Local Authority: Forest of Dean District Council
  • Directions: From Littledean village continue in a southernly direction on Silver Street passing onto Pleasant Stile. After a short distance the entrance to Dean Hall will be on the left, denoted by secure electric gates.
  • EPC Exempt