Welcome to Postlip Hall
We are a small community of eight families living in separate homes within a large Cotswold manor house. Our bit of the Postlip Valley holds a mainly Jacobean house, a medieval Tithe Barn, and the 12C Chapel of St James, in Gloucestershire.
Unit 2: For Sale
A three/four bedroom home situated over 4 levels.
Price: £364,500 *
* Determined by RICS Registered Valuers as of January 2017. Price includes our legal and associated costs in the region of £2000 and is subject to an adjustment at the point of sale to allow for variation (up or down) in the market.
Unit 3: Under Offer
A four bedroom home situated over 3 levels.
Price: £427 000 *
* Determined by RICS Registered Valuers as of March, 2016. Price includes our legal and associated costs and is subject to an adjustment at the point of sale to allow for variation (up or down) in the market.
We do lots of things together, from growing organically and maintaining the house and grounds to running public events but we also have private lives.
The best way to visit Postlip is to come and work with us in the garden and estate on one of our monthly working weekends or attend one of our events.
Winter is upon us and our wood burners are ablaze. We're wrapping up warm and the kitchen garden has been put to bed, but as the snowdrops begin to peek out of the earth, we realise that Spring and all of the work that goes with it isn't far off.
Our winter has been thoroughly warmed by The Rococo Players who brought their wonderful performance of The Lion in Winter to the Hall this January.
Once you've visited Postlip, you may wonder why anyone who lives here would ever want to leave, but in fact two of Postlip's families have decided to leave us, which means that we have two beautiful homes for sale. One is currently under offer, but the other one is just on the market, so if you are interested in living in a community and would like to find out more about joining us, please enquire here.
If you are coming to any of our events this year, we hope you enjoy our new chairs. They were donated to us by Cheltenham Town Hall and we are very very grateful for their contribution.