A Cotswold hill farm in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has an extensive range of traditional buildings including a Grade II listed stone threshing barn.


Camp Farm near Stroud, Gloucestershire, is on the market with Knight Frank with a guide price of £2.35m to include single farm payment entitlements. Twelve stables and a granary are among the traditional buildings, and there’s a steel-framed building, which would be ideal for machinery storage.

The four-bedroom stone farmhouse, which is currently let on an assured shorthold tenancy, is in good order, having recently been renovated. Agent Knight Frank’s Tom Raynham describes Camp Farm’s setting as very private with exceptional views over the farm and woodland.

Most of the 82ha (203 acres) is pasture, with 28 acres of arable. Soils are mainly Elmton 1 series – a mix of well-drained calcareous lime-rich soil over limestone with slightly deeper calcareous clay soil over limestone in places. (Knight Frank 0207 861 1578)