Stapehill Abbey

Stapehill Abbey

8 September 2017
Stapehill Abbey

Introducing Stapehill Abbey a unique private estate of forty-seven, 2 to 5 bedroom properties within this converted Grade II listed building lying within acres of extensive & stunning landscaped grounds. Currently under construction by local family owned builders, Ankers & Rawlings, which has now been sympathetically restored to an exacting standard & specification throughout, offering character & charm in abundance.

The Abbey House was originally built in the early 19th century with the Monastic buildings dating back to the 1840’s. The twin chapels were then designed by Charles Hansom in 1847 with building completed in 1851. It was founded by a small group of nuns led by Madame Augustine de Chabannes, & became home to The Cross Abbey Order of Cistercian Trappist nuns from 1802 to 1990.

The conversion of the listed buildings have involved many hours of painstaking work to retain the original artefacts’. Set in extensive grounds, incorporating beautifully maintained landscaped ornamental gardens, feature lake & fountain, the communal grounds are a haven for residents to enjoy an idyllic lifestyle setting. Thoughtfully designed with a focus on providing a unique mix of properties within an exclusive setting, meticulous planning has gone into providing a real haven for purchasers to live in. Meandering pathways, delightful forest walks, picnic areas & acres of land to live the good life, Stapehill Abbey has it all. Prices from £375,000

Open Day - Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd September 10am till 4pm, call today to book your viewing appointment.

Contact Goadsby Ferndown Office 01202 895511 or visit

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