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Downton Farm

Stanley Downton, Gloucestershire

The Barns at Downton Farm is a charming development made up of 4 historic barn conversions and 1 new build barn style property. The development is set within an agricultural landscape on the edge of the quaint Cotswold village of Stanley Downton.

The development is within a 5 minute drive of the M5, 17 miles from Cheltenham Spa and 30 miles from Bristol City Centre. Direct train links to London Paddington from Stonehouse Train Station which is also only a 5 minute drive away.

The Old Granary and The Old Saddlerey are both two bedroom, two bathroom barn conversions with private gardens. Both of these properties boast natural stone flooring, bespoke kitchens with oak worktops and ceramic tiled bathrooms.

The Dairy is a stunningly converted former dairy. The property benefits from 3 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The beautifully converted property retains the charm of a characterful agricultural building, with the benefits of open plan living and entertaining space.

The Coach House is a four bedroom detached house with a detached garage and car port. The property is the only new build dwelling on the site and as such has been designed to complement the lovingly converted natural stone barns on the remainder of the site.

The Tithe Barn is the largest Barn conversion on the development. Sitting right at the heart of the development, the former grain store has been lovingly restored and converted to enhance its original features whilst also bringing it into the 21st century. The Tithe Barn has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and double height interior space intersected by a suspended feature gallery and walkway.

The Site Projects has been involved in this project from design and development stages right through to handover.

design team

Apex Architecture

Planning Consultant:
Zesta Planning

Development Manager:
The Site Projects Ltd

Structural Design:

Apex Architecture

Tailored Construction


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