Once a working farm the buildings have been sympathetically restored and developed in environmentally sustainable ways to create an eco working Anglican Monastery where forward looking monks and nuns still live their lives according to the Rule of St Benedict.
Compare the two images and discover what is different and what is the same. Discover more about the development of the building and the life and work of the monks and nuns.
Before the community purchased the property in 2011 a developer recognised the unique position of the farmhouse with its wonderful views to the Malverns, Bredon Hill and the distant views of the the Cotswolds.
The Farmhouse is conveniently situated in the centre of the Farm, and contains Entrance Porch and Lobby; Dining Room with tiled grate; Sitting Room with Tiled Grate and two cupboards; Kitchen with range and two cupboards; China Pantry; Lobby with side entrance; Larder; Dairy; Back Kitchen with American Range, two furnaces, sink and soft water pump; Front and Back staircases; six bedrooms; Servants Room and two store rooms; Courtyard with Coal Place; Pump and well of water, and pleasant Front and Kitchen Garden. Click for information on Muckenhill Farm in 1917.
A pair of brick and tiled farm cottages, each containing Kitchen with oven grate; Pantry; Scullery with sink; Landing and 3 bedrooms; and having Washhouse with two furnaces and baking oven; Pump and well of water; Closet; and large well fruited garden.