Dymock, Gloucestershire, GL18 2BG | Property for sale | Savills
9,586 sq ft(890.57 sq m)
Excess of £1,500,000(€1,710,317)

DymockGloucestershire, GL18 2BG

    Key features

    • Exciting renovation opportunity of Grade ll listed country seat
    • Double storey ancillary wing
    • Roof recently replaced
    • Farmyard with a mixture of period & modern buildings
    • Useful paddock & woodland
    • Beautiful surrounding countryside

    An exciting opportunity to renovate a stunning country seat.

    About this property

    • Boyce Court is believed to date back to the early 17th Century and has handsome Georgian architecture sporting dressed Ashlar stone under pitched slate roofs. A more modern and smaller two storey wing has replaced a former substantial 19th century western wing. There is also a further substantial rear wing, Cedarville, of a similar age to the principal house with exposed Flemish Bond brickwork. Worthy of note is that both Boyce Court and Cedarville received a new roof in 2018.

      Boyce Court's principal elevation features a symmetrical main block with a slightly projecting centre bay. This includes a run of tall sash windows with decorative surrounds and centred by an impressive entrance porch with substantial timber front door flanked by Doric pilasters and decorative panelled glazing. The main section of the property has three floors of accommodation.

      The more modern two storey section extends westwards and accommodates two ground floor rooms and two bedrooms.
      The Cedarville annexe backs directly onto the main section providing two storeys of good further accommodation with a dedicated entrance.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A jaw dropping opportunity to realise your dreams, what a place!

    Christian SwaabProperty agent

    Local information

    • Boyce Court is a grand Grade 2 listed country house with a large attached ancillary wing coupled with an original farm yard, set in beautiful west Gloucestershire countryside. The property is located close to the charming village of Dymock which provides day to day facilities including pub. Ross-on-Wye and Ledbury are close at hand providing regional shopping, restaurants and hotels with more extensive shopping and facilities found in Hereford and Cheltenham.
    • The location has fast access to regional and national communications including the A40, M50 and M5. The glorious countryside of Gloucestershire & Herefordshire and the Welsh Borders are within easy reach and excellent walks in the Malvern Hills and Brecon Beacons are only a short distance away. Superb fishing is also found on the beautiful
    • River Wye. Worthy of note is the local Daffodil Way which enjoys a local circular walk through the fields of Dymock and Kempley. Ledbury has a railway station and high speed trains can be taken from Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham, with direct journeys to London Paddington. A selection of leading preparatory and public schools can be found close at hand in Colwall, Monmouth, Malvern, Cheltenham and Hereford.

    Additional information

    • Services House: Mains water, electricity, private drainage. Oil fired central heating
    • Local Authority: Forest of Dean District Council
    • Photography taken April 2022
    • Directions: Use postcode GL18 2AB - from the B4215 approximately 1 mile south of Dymock, turn right onto the long private drive just before a red brick lodge. This is denoted by a low height local stone wall. Carry on down the private driveway for approximately 600 meters crossing a bridge and passing the farmyard on your left hand side, Carry straight on into the side courtyard drive and head for the timber double gates to the left which leads you to the front of the property.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G