Tump Farm, Edge
Main farmhouse: Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Garden Room, Utility, Sitting Room, Family Room, 6 Bedrooms, Principal Bedroom En-Suite, Family Bathroom, Office, Gym, Workshop, ample Parking
Equestrian Centre: 20 Stables, Manège arena, Store Room, Feed Store, open Barn, Staff Kitchen, Horse Walker
Two Self-Contained Apartments: x2 Bed and x1 Bed
- HOUSE WITH LAND
- 6 BED FARMHOUSE
- 1 X 2 BED ANNEXE
- 1 X 1 BED ANNEXE
- EQUESTRIAN CENTER
- 20 STABLES
- 18 ACRES
- STUNNING VIEWS
- RURAL SETTING
Tump Farm offers a rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional equestrian complex in a breathtakingly beautiful location, accessed via a long private drive.
The main farmhouse has an abundance of character and is the sort of home that lends itself to a large family with ample room for pets and muddy boots. The large farmhouse kitchen is clearly the heart of the house and a superb space for laughter with friends and family around the kitchen table. Aged flagstone floor and electric Rangemaster, together with an Italian wood fired Aga style cooker create a fabulous central hub to this cosy room. A large garden room leads off the kitchen with room for a second dining table and views to the garden and panorama beyond. A huge boot room/utility leads off the kitchen, ideal for dogs and equestrian paraphernalia, with shower room off. A cloakroom is a useful addition to the ground floor space. The two reception rooms are filled with character, including a stunning inglenook fireplace in the main sitting room and pretty window seats. A spacious first floor home office leads off the family room. This section of the house could easily be adapted to create a separate 2 box cottage and footings are already in place to extend (planning approved). Five bedrooms and a family bathroom are located on the first floor with a stand-alone principal bedroom on the top floor plus walk-in dressing room and en-suite. Directly opposite the main entrance is a covered recreational area plus a gym, which could equally be used as a home office. The grounds comprise gently sloping gardens to the side and rear of the property with vegetable area and views to the paddocks and panorama beyond. Various enclosed areas house livestock and there is ample parking plus a large workshop.
Located away from the main house towards the top of the drive are two newly developed and stylish apartments. The ground floor apartment has 2 en-suite double bedrooms and open-plan living plus its own garden and seating area. The first floor apartment has one en-suite double bedroom, also with open-plan living, hot tub and small outside area.
Accessed via secure electric gates, the equestrian centre comprises 17.5 acres and 20 stables with 11 stables in yard one plus staff kitchen and 8 stables within a purpose built barn for yard two plus a further separate stable. There is a sand and rubber manège arena 20x42m with the most stunning views. There are extensive outbuildings including a hay barn and large tack and feed room plus horse walker.
Tump Farm is located on the periphery of the village of Edge, just below Stockend Woods and overlooking stunning open countryside to the village of Harescombe below and far beyond, to Cheltenham and the Malvern Hills. Surrounded by open countryside, the property is ideally located for hacks as well as for country walks. The village of Edge has a popular pub, The Edgemoor Inn and there is also a pub in nearby Whiteshill. A popular area with the equestrian fraternity, CCR equestrian is a ten minute drive from Tump Farm, hosting regular show jumping and pony club events and Hartpury is also circa 30 minutes drive. Nearby Stroud offers a host of local amenities including a Waitrose supermarket and an award winning Saturday Farmers Market. One of the key draws to the area is the excellent choice of schools in both the state and independent sector. Wycliffe in nearby Stonehouse is easily accessible as well as numerous schools in Cheltenham and there are also several sought after grammar schools in Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham. The village of Painswick is only a couple of miles away with several good pubs and a popular boutique hotel as well as a golf course on the Painswick Beacon. There is also Premier division rugby in Gloucester and National Hunt racing in Cheltenham. Nearby Cheltenham also offers a host of annual music, arts and science festivals, as well as theatre and excellent shopping. Transport links are excellent from Tump Farm with the M5 motorway circa ten minutes drive and London circa 90 minutes by train from Stroud mainline station.
From our Painswick office, head towards Stroud on the A46 and turn right just after the church, along Edge Lane. Follow the lane for approximately 3 miles until you reach the main A4173. Bear left and immediately right up a short lane. At the T junction turn left in the direction of Whiteshill. After circa 1 mile you will pass woodland on the right (Stockend Woods) and at the sharp bend, turn right. Take the first right after circa 200 yards along another land and the entrance to Tump Farm will be found on the right hand side after approximately half a mile.