Little Greencroft Farm

Planning Approval has been granted for six new dwellings to be created at this farmstead, to sit alongside the original farmhouse.

The farm complex includes original stone buildings dating from 1750 to Dutch barns, the most recent of which was erected in 1952. All these buildings will be retained and be converted to give a variety of sizes of dwellings, some with modern extensions. The original enclosed farm courtyard will be refurbished and a new ‘farmyard’ enclosure is to be formed to its West.

The conversion and extension of the Dutch barns will provide this development with two very distinctive, aesthetically powerful, homes.

The local authority planner has stated this is an ‘exciting and quality scheme.’

The expansion of the farmstead since 1750

Existing courtyard buildings

One of the Dutch barns

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