Haw Farm
243.68 sq m
Guide price £750,000( ₫)

Haw BridgeTirley, Gloucester, GL19 4HJ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in November 2019
  • Riverside location surrounded by countryside
  • Successful holiday let
  • Further potential within outbuildings
  • Convenient location for Cheltenham and Ledbury

A magical Grade II listed riverside property with exciting further potential.

About this property

  • Haw Farm is a handsome Grade II listed period farmhouse believed to have been originally built in the 17th Century with later additions from the 18th & 19th Centuries. The farmhouse features mellow brick elevations under pitched slate roofs set over three stories. The property has a wealth of period features externally, including timber sash windows, an impressive principal doorway and half-timber details. Internally the farmhouse has attractions such as stone flooring, exposed timber floorboards, period fireplaces and exposed beams.

    Formal access is via the entrance hall giving central access to all ground floor rooms. The library/ reception room has exposed timber floorboards, a wealth of built in book shelving and corner set period fireplace. The room enjoys views towards the river and courtyard garden. The dining room is situated beyond with views over the courtyard garden and access through to the kitchen, also with servery access in the place of a former window aperture. The sitting room spans the full depth of the other half of the ground floor with large inglenook fireplace, views to the river and the walled garden. There is a guest cloakroom situated off.

    At first floor level there are three bedrooms including the impressive master bedroom, all have feature fireplaces. At second floor level are two further bedrooms and a large family bathroom.

    Historically Haw Farmhouse had experienced a fire that has razed a further easterly section (beyond the sitting room) to the ground. There would be an interesting opportunity to re-establish an interpretation of this section subject to planning permission and listed buildings consent. The owners have drawn up a scheme to show this potential.


    Haw Farm has a selection of outbuildings which provide good further potential. The most advanced is the Cider Barn which has received a timber clad finish internally with metal window and door casements, cloak room and potential first floor accommodation.

    The threshing barn sits in an attractive location with views over the paddocks and rural scene. The open fronted cattle building has the ability to provide an extension from the farmhouse and is currently used as a covered outdoor seating area. The gazebo is located to the riverside end of the courtyard garden featuring an elegant space with chamber fireplace.


    Haw Farm is located to the end of a quiet lane with access via a private driveway leading through paddocks to the front of the house. There are good areas for parking to the fore with pedestrian access via the wrought iron gates. Formal gardens comprise an impressive walled garden enclosing large lawned areas interspersed with planted sections and a gravelled courtyard garden section with gazebo. The outbuildings have large lawned areas surrounding with stone wall perimeter section and private paddock beyond. Total acreage amounts to approx 5.98 acres


    Services: Mains water & electricity, private drainage. No central heating

    Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property is offered for sale subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way both public or private, all easements and wayleaves whether specifically referred to or not. Please refer to the sale plan for further information.

    Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council

    Tenure: Freehold

    Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Savills.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A combination of things I love, waterside location, period farmhouse and farm buildings with great potential. An exciting prospect!

Christian SwaabProperty agent

Local information

  • Haw Farm is located on the banks of the River Severn to the edge of the pretty Gloucestershire village of Tirley. Located at the end of a quiet road, the property enjoys outstanding riverside and rural views with easy access to the local and regional communications via the B4123 and the A38. The Haw Bridge Inn is a few minutes' walk and the Farmers Arms plus the Red Lion with in a convenient distance. The local town of Tewkesbury provides good day to day amenities with Cheltenham and Gloucester providing more comprehensive shopping and facilities.

Additional information

  • Directions: On the B4123 look for the Haw Bridge Inn situated on the westerly bank of the River Severn. Take the road access and follow the river bank road as far as it can go. This will end up accessing Haw Farm.
  • EPC Exempt