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Circa 1760 Cotswold Park Estate was established and along with the farm buildings a house was to become an imposing site set in the rolling hills between Cirencester and Cheltenham. The Estate changed hands a number of times between 1760 and 1954 when the grandmother of the present owner, Louisa-Jane Hanbury, bought it.
During the middle of the 1900’s The Cotswold Park Estate became a working dairy and all of the farm buildings were used for this purpose. In the late 70’s the last cow was milked and the dairy stopped. The barns were then not used as the main house was rented out to non-farming tenants and the land became just sheep grazing.