The area surrounding Spinners Grange has a rich heritage in wool and silk production, with many historic mills still standing today. A rural haven in the heart of Gloucestershire, life in Spinners Grange is made more attractive by its excellent transport links and choice of local amenities.
Designed by an award-winning Cotswold architect, Tyack, Spinners Grange creates an attractive entrance to the village reflecting the local architecture and a continuation of the existing village.
The choice of external materials includes random natural stone, hand-mixed lime mortar, local Cotswold stone roof tiles, softwood boarding, conservation kerbs, granite edgings and an abundance of architectural detailing. Materials all reflect the local environment with stone sourced from local Guiting and Stanleys quarries, hand-mixed mortar hand coloured to match the stone, all built by traditional stonemasons. The corbels and quoins are also made specifically for the home.
Local Winchcombe stone roof tiles have been used to blend with established older homes in the village along with timber windows from Arden, each with a warranty, complementing the timber casement French doors within the home.