The Old Pound
The Old Pound, Church Lane, Eldersfield, Gloucester, GL19 4NP
Immaculately presented 3 bedroom character barn conversion. Idyllic rural hamlet location at Eldersfield, tranquil setting with beautiful gardens. 1.20 Acres Guide price £695,000
Key Features
  • Immaculately presented grade II listed, single storey barn conversion (1,546 sq ft)
  • 3 double bedrooms, all with en-suite bath/shower rooms
  • Bespoke fitted kitchen with Everhot range cooker, vaulted sitting room, garden room & terrace
  • Beautiful, spacious & peaceful garden, large pond, parking & outbuilding. In all 1.2 Acres
Brochure EPC
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Mileages: Staunton & Corse 2½ miles, Ledbury & Tewkesbury 9 miles, Gloucester & Malvern 11½ miles, Cheltenham 14½ miles, Worcester 19 miles, Birmingham 53 miles
Roads: M50 (Jct 2) 4 miles, M5 (Jct 9) 10 miles
Railway: Gloucester (London c. 2 hours), Cheltenham
Airports: Birmingham & Bristol 60 miles


The Old Pound is located in the highly desirable rural hamlet of Eldersfield, within striking distance of Cheltenham and the M5. This peaceful country setting lies within the parish of Eldersfield and is surrounded by attractive countryside. Situated on the borders of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire, the property enjoys enviable access to the Malvern Hills. The area is renowned for offering a quality rural lifestyle with excellent communication links to the rest of the country.

Summary of Features

Immaculately presented grade II listed, single storey barn conversion (1,546 ft²)
3 double bedrooms, all with en-suite bath/shower rooms
Bespoke fitted kitchen with Everhot range cooker
Attractive, vaulted sitting room, lovely garden room opening to terrace
Beautiful and spacious garden, large pond, good parking and outbuilding
Peace and quiet combined with excellent communication links

In all 1.2 Acres

The Old Pound

The Old Pound is set in a lovely location at Eldersfield, providing the much sought after escape to the country. The property is believed to date from the early 19th century, formerly agricultural buildings but now providing a versatile home within a beautiful garden setting.
Converted in 1987 and built of local Lias stone, under a slate and tiled roof with stone and weatherboard cladding. The Old Pound has been significantly improved in recent years to provide a character home which is finished to an extremely high standard throughout, and now offers a spacious, immaculately presented home with many character features.
A welcoming entrance door surrounded with colourful climbing roses and wisteria leads to a delightful garden room which instantly gives a sense of light and space, linking the master bedroom to the living rooms. The glass fronted garden room opens to a paved courtyard area and the garden beyond.
The well-appointed open-plan bespoke kitchen features an Everhot electric range, beautiful fitted kitchen units and granite work surfaces.
The kitchen opens to a vaulted, generous sitting room with lime-washed oak floor, and a feature fireplace with brickwork surround, wood mantle and wood-burning stove. The room is complemented by a lovely gothic arched window opening to the kitchen area.
A spacious, light and airy master bedroom is accessed from the garden room and has exposed beams, high ceilings and lovely garden views. A wonderful 'secret' en-suite shower room is hidden behind built in wardrobes, discreetly separating the en-suite from the bedroom. Two further double bedrooms and bathrooms are all finished to an equally high standard. All bathrooms and the garden room have electric underfloor heating.
A link with access to the courtyard area provides a useful office space and connects to bedroom 2.

The Outside

The property is approached via an electric gate through to a gravelled drive way, providing ample parking, a large wildlife pond and gentle waterfall. The driveway leads to the land and stable block at the rear of the property.
To the front of the property is a well maintained brick courtyard, gravelled and grass areas adding aesthetic appeal and much charm to this home.
The secluded rear courtyard terrace opens to views across the wildlife pond and rear garden and is adorned with ornamental hedging, large decorative planters and is ideal for alfresco entertaining.
To the far end of the property is a wooden stable block with large storage room and concrete flooring, electric and water are connected. This building is currently used to store garden equipment yet has the potential for alternative use as an office or ancillary accommodation (subject to PP).
The large lawned area, vegetable plot and immaculate gardens are complemented by broad leaf trees, mature shrubs and herbaceous borders all of which are securely bounded by fences and hedging.


Mains electricity & water, private drainage (treatment plant), LPG central heating.


Available and connected.

Council Tax

Band 'F' (£2,439.46 for 2018/19)

Local Authority

Malvern Hills District Council: 01684 862151.


This property is Grade II listed.


No EPC required, this property is listed.

General Information



Eldersfield Lawn C of E School (Corse Lawn), Pendock & Staunton. Further information is available at:


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Malvern, Gloucester & Cheltenham. Further information is available at:


The rural hamlet of Eldersfield sits in the middle of the parish, with the church located close to Eldersfield Court, the original manor-house. The village benefits from fine dining at the Michelin-starred 'The Butchers Arms', a traditional and welcoming pub at just over a mile away. The highly respected Corse Lawn Hotel/restaurant is nearby at Corse Lawn. Nearby Staunton offers a doctor's surgery, pub, garage and garden centre with restaurant. Ledbury is easily accessible for domestic supplies.


The surrounding area provides a wealth of sporting and recreational opportunities, in particular the Malvern Hills and Severn Valley, both renowned for their outstanding natural beauty. Eldersfield and Corse Lawn both have cricket clubs with golf/country clubs are at Tewkesbury Park and Puckrup Hall. The Three Counties showground at Malvern hosts a wide variety of year-round events; from national garden shows, concerts & antique fairs to agricultural and equestrian events. An active and popular theatre and cinema programme can also be found at Tewkesbury, Malvern, and Ledbury. Cheltenham hosts a number of noteworthy International festivals and is the home of national hunt racing. Ledbury also hosts a popular annual Poetry Festival. The historic Eastnor Castle is open to the public offering a wide range of events throughout the season.


Postcode: GL19 4NP

Follow satellite navigation to the post code; from this location head south on Church Lane towards the church for about 150 metres. Pass the T junction to the church on your right side, The Old Pound will be the next property immediately on your left side.


By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341

Agent Notes

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