Snape Farm is a characterful residential development of five stunning detached homes, sympathetically designed to its Green Belt setting. The contemporary design of the traditional agricultural form features high quality detailing and utilizes traditional materials such as Cheshire Brick and Siberian Larch to complement the contemporary design.
The site, designated as Green Belt and Open Countryside, is a former Prisoner of War working hostel, it had approximately 30 Nissen huts of varying sizes. The site ceased to be used at the end of the Second World War.
The hard-standing road and driveways from the entrances have been carefully considered to reduce the amount of hard landscaping on the site, reducing the overall impact on the Greenbelt.