Detton Hall Farm
We acquired the site of two large separate buildings, with planning permission for conversion into five units. They had become redundant for agricultural use, following the sale of the hall, the farm and its land, but were the original farm buildings of the hall itself.
Grade 2*-listed Detton Hall is mentioned in the Domesday Book and dates from around 1600. It was also named as one of Simon Jenkins’ “1000 Best English Houses”, and was very close to one of the buildings earmarked for conversion.
With this in mind, the conversion had to be both sympathetic and carefully planned, in what was considered ‘within the curtilage’ of the listed hall.
We used specialist planning advisers, well versed in dealing with the constraints of such a project. The result was stunning conversions, which were sold quickly to fortunate buyers who now own a magnificent piece of history.
In stunning countryside with fantastic views of Clee Hill, Detton Hall Farm is a fine example of country living, combined with every modern household convenience. Oak beams and internal stone walls were retained and displayed in the finished conversions.