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HB Farmhill001 by kind permission of Howard Beard
What: Historic building
Where: GL5 4DP  East of the road from Paganhill to Whiteshill
Then: One time home of Stroud MP George Holloway, in the late 1800s
Now: During the 1970s, Farmhill House was a school for children with Learning Difficulties. It is now a private house.

Farmhill House stands east of the road from Paganhill to Whiteshill. In the 17th century, the site was probably occupied by a house belonging to the Warners. The present building is a small house of around 1700, with large additions for George Holloway in 1880.The estate was developed for housing from the late 1930s, and a Baptist Chapel was built in 1965 beside the lower drive, to designs by David Stratton Davis.

From January 2016, this website is managed by Stroud Local History Society

Revised 2018 EMW