Ewelme Almshouse Charity owns and maintains over 70 commercial, residential and agricultural properties.
Marsh Gibbon, Buckinghamshire
along with its almshouses, the Charity owns twenty-six residential properties, four farms, two pubs and the village shop. Many of the residential properties the Charity owns in the village were built in the mid-nineteenth century to alleviate concerns over insanitary living condition.
the Charity owns the historic, Grade 1 listed, Cloisters almshouses and School, their gardens and the surrounding Green. Five additional almshouses were subsequently built in the 1970s on land adjacent to Ewelme Manor. The Charity owns a further eight rental properties in the village. The Charity has maintenance and repairing responsibilities for St John the Baptist's Chapel, adjoining the Chancel of Ewelme Church, and which was built by the de la Pole family.
the Charity owns seven residential properties, two farms, a shop and a restaurant in the vicinity of Clanville in Hampshire.
If you are interested in taking up a tenancy of a Trust property, please apply to our Managing Agent for further particulars.
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