Dingle Road, Leigh, Worcester

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A unique property and very desirable package of rural location, detached character property and land of approximately three acres in total with stables on site. Lowe Barn is approached via a gated driveway and is set back and hidden from the road, with a parking area to the fore of the barn for 4-6 cars. The Stable block offers two full stables, tack room/store and an open barn/carport. The property sits in beautifully maintained gardens with mature planting, lawns and established vegetable plot. Adjoining the gardens are two interlinked paddocks. The barn itself is a former Cart Barn with feature arched brick windows to the rear aspect. Comprising a larger split level entrance hallway, vaulted sitting room with wood burning stove, dining room open to kitchen, utility, three double bedrooms, master with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. To the first floor is a large open plan loft room, accessed from the spiral staircase out of the sitting room, which is a fantastic home office, with the potential to be a master bedroom suite subject to building regulations. The property is part of a former farm complex and is set in the village of Leigh close to Worcester and Malvern, we highly recommend an early viewing to appreciate the private position, accommodation and fantastic parcel of land on offer.


Wooden front door and front facing double glazed windows, hallway is split level with access to sitting room, kitchen and dining room, radiator, telephone point, doors to:


Dual aspect with side and rear facing double glazed windows, with feature brick-built archway window to the rear aspect. Front facing double doors open to the deck terrace area. Featured vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and beams, feature fireplace with brick built surrounds, wooden beam over and inset cast iron wood burner, spiral staircase leads to the first floor loft room, radiator, television point, ceiling feature lights.


Front facing double glazed window, Velux loft window, range of wooden eye and base level units with a worktop over, inset stainless steel double sink and drainer unit with a mixer tap. LPG fired Rayburn for cooking also controls the central heating and hot water, twin hot plate, additional electric two point hob, space and plumbing for dishwasher, telephone point, tiled floor, three wooden steps to dining room via archway, doors to:


Side facing double glazed window, side facing wooden door with obscure glass, worktops and storage with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and other appliances, radiator, tiled floor, electric consumer unit.


Central to the house and being open plan to the kitchen via two steps down, radiator, open to hallway, door to:


Side facing obscure double glazed window, fitted suite includes: D shape bath with shower attachments over and a glass screen, vanity unit with inset basin, low level WC with concealed cistern, heated towel rail, tiled floor, spot lighting, extractor fan, loft access, airing cupboard housing hot water tank.


Rear facing feature arched brick double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, radiator, door to:


Side facing obscure double glazed window, shower cubicle with mixer attachments, vanity unit with wash basin, low level WC, tiled floor, extractor fan.


Rear facing large feature brick arch double glazed window overlooking rear garden, radiator.


Rear facing feature brick arched double glazed window overlooking garden, radiator.


Accessed via the spiral staircase leading up from the Sitting Room, the loft room has two front facing velux windows, access to additional loft storage space and is an ideal office space or potential master suite.


Gated access to the property opens to a single-track driveway, lined with fruit trees. The section to the left is laid to lawn with a wooden post and rail fence with a variety of mature and young trees on the perimeter. The parking area is sizeable and laid to stone chippings, with gated access to the paddock, timber log store and parking for four cars, steps and gated low brick wall lead to gardens and house.


Consists of one open barn/car port, one tack room/store and two stables on a concrete hardstanding with power and lights and water supply.


Is laid to a slab patio terrace across the front of the house with shrub planting and climbing Wisteria on the front of the barn, a timber summer house to the right, with the slab path leading to the side, giving access to the utility room door and outside tap. Off the front of the house and accessed from the sitting room is a raised timber deck with spindle balustrade. Gardens continue to the side and rear with a well-maintained lawn and shrub borders, mature cherry tree and attractive surrounding of former farm buildings. Also includes mature and productive vegetable patch and polytunnel. Natural pond water feature and mature shrub and tree planting. Large rainfall water collection tank, outside Calor LPG gas tank and additional garden shed.


Directly accessed from the property is two interconnecting paddocks, enclosed by rail fencing. Plan available on request.


From Worcester take the A4103 to Hereford. In Bransford there is a roundabout by the Bank House Hotel, turn right signed to Leigh and Suckley. In

Leigh continue past the church, over the bridge and up the hill. Turn right at the grass triangle into Dingle Lane, follow this around to the left and the gate for the The Lowe Barn will be seen on the right hand side.

Alfrick 2 miles

Great Malvern 5.5 miles

Worcester 5 miles

M5 (J7) 8.5 miles


Schools: Good Primary Schools with Leigh and Bransford School rated outstanding by OFSTED and secondary schools in Malvern.

For independent education, both Malvern and Worcester are easily accessible. The renowned Malvern College, Malvern St James . The King s School and RGS in Worcester both have an excellent reputation.

Village Shops: Alfrick has a really good community village shop with a post office and coffee shop. Suckley also has a village shop as well as Holloways, a lovely lifestyle shop with an excellent café.

Closest town/city: Worcester is only 5 miles and has very good shops, leisure facilities and business links as well as rugby, cricket and racing. Malvern is a popular town with thriving independent shops, a renowned theatre, Waitrose and the hills for walking.

Tenure: We understand the property to be Freehold but this point should be confirmed by your solicitor. We understand the property to be Curtilage Listed.

Fixtures and Fitting :Only those items referred to in these particulars are included in the sale price. Other items, such as carpets and curtains, may be available by separate arrangement

Services: Mains electricity and water are connected. Drainage is via a bioplant septic tank. Heating is via an Rayburn LPG system. Please note that we have not tested any services or appliances and their inclusion in these particulars should not be taken as a warranty.

Outgoing: Local Council: Malvern Hills District Council on 01684 862151 at the time of marketing the Council Tax Band is: F

EPC Rating - Current: G8 Potential: D63




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Marketed by 01684 561411

Allan Morris - Malvern

3/3A Worcester Road, Malvern, Worcestershire

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