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Innerstone Lane, Redmarley
Sold Subject to Contract

3 beds | 2 baths | 1 reception | Guide price £800,000 | 5.1 Acres

  • Beautiful 3 Bedroom Farmhouse
  • Arena,
  • American Barn with Feed, Tack & Fodder Store
  • Private Garden
  • Good Outriding
  • Gardens & Grounds to about 5.1 acres
  • No Upper Chain

A Beautiful Farmhouse, Enjoying Private Location with Equestrian Facilities Set In About 5.1 Acres

Redmarley 1.1 miles, Staunton 2.5 miles, Newent 4.5 miles, Hartpury 5 miles, Ledbury 7 miles, Gloucester 11 miles, Ross-on-Wye 16 miles, Cheltenham 19 miles.
Road Links: M50 (Jcts 2) 3 miles.
Trains: Cheltenham, Gloucester, Ledbury
International Airports: Birmingham Airport 60 miles, Bristol 57 miles.

Innerstone House occupies an idyllic rural yet accessible location on the outskirts of the village of Redmarley close to the Herefordshire and Worcestershire borders. The property is a beautiful stone built link-detached former farmhouse dating back in to the 1750`s which blends itself to being private equestrian family home or offering potential for small equestrian business.

Innerstone House is surrounded by farmland with views across the surrounding unspoilt countryside. The area offers sought after rural quality of life combined with good road links to the rest of the country. Being well situated for both the M50 and M5, which provides good access to South Wales, Bristol and the West Country or Birmingham and the North. The A417 & A40 are also close by giving quick access to Swindon & M4.

The thriving village of Redmarley offers village hall, cricket and tennis club with the market town of Newent offering a good range of shops and services, including a bank, library and health centre. Further amenities including theatres, restaurants and shopping are available nearby in Ledbury, Gloucester and Ross-on-Wye.

An excellent range of both public and private schools in the area with primary school education at Redmarley, Pauntley and Newent with secondary education Gloucester or Newent. A variety of private schools including Cheltenham Ladies College, King`s School Gloucester, Malvern College and St James Malvern. For independents see and for state school information see

The area is synonymous within the equestrian industry and Innerstone House is located just 5 miles from Hartpury College, which is host to a variety of National and International events. Excellent outriding and number of local studs and high calibre competition yards including dressage riders Carl Hester, Charlotte Dujardin, along with Show Producers Robert and Claire Oliver have encouraged good quality support services to prosper in the area. Moores Farm Equestrian (7 miles) offering regular competitions and Cheltenham racecourse is also within a 30 minute drive. Other facilities including racing at Hereford, Worcester and Chepstow, hunting is with the Ledbury and Cotswold Vale Farmers. Further local equestrian centres within easy driving distance: Allenshill, Burrows Court, David Broome Centre, Summerhouse Equestrian, Talland and Three Counties Showground. Golf is at Ross-on-Wye, Puckrup and Tewkesbury. Walking and cycling are well catered for in the Forest of Dean and the Malvern Hills.

Innerstone House is a link-detached former farmhouse dating back to around 1750 offering spacious three bedrooms accommodation.

The entrance hall leads to the sitting room with wood-burner with door leading into study. The kitchen is fully fitted with Aga and leads into the spacious utility room with door to the outside. There is rear lobby with WC and door down to the cellar. On the first floor Master bedroom with en suite, two further double bedrooms, and family bathroom.

The property is approached via hardwood electric gates with parking for several cars. The property is bordered by a walled garden and high hedges giving privacy & security. To the front of the property is the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with summerhouse, greenhouse and useful garden store.
To the rear of the house is a small covered patio area with borders which would be ideal for herb gardens.

The equestrian facilities are situated across the road from the main property and approached via gated entrance. The American Barn houses 4 generous stables with feed & tack rooms, fodder store and grooming area. Outside there is specific washdown area and purpose built muck heap. The 20m x 40m silica sand and rubber arena with mirrors lies across from the barn, there is ample parking for a lorry with path leading into the pastureland contained with electric fences. There is a further paddock just across from the house, again with electric fences.

Fox Grant and their clients give notice that:
1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property.
2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact.
3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Fox Grant has not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

Forest of Dean Council. Tel: 01594 810000

House Band "E" £2,223.61 (2020/21)

Mains electricity & water, septic tank drainage. Oil fired central heating. The American barn has a separate mains electricity supply.

Unless mentioned specifically by separate negotiation.

There is covenant on the land to the side of the house to ensure that no building takes place. Permission needs to be granted re field shelter.

From the M50 (J2) head east on the A417 to Gloucester after about 2.6 miles turn right into Haws Cross Lane. Proceed along this lane for 1 mile taking left turn into Innerstone Lane. Proceed along to the end of the lane and the entrance to the property will be found on right hand-side.

GL19 3JH

Strictly by appointment 01432 367802 or email

From the M50 (J2) head east on the A417 to Gloucester after about 2.6 miles turn right into Haws Cross Lane. Proceed along this lane for 1 mile taking left turn into Innerstone Lane. Proceed along to the end of the lane and the entrance to the property will be found on right hand-side.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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