Our philosophy is to continuously strive for the highest standard of design and craftsmanship. By careful selection of materials and by setting our homes in prime, individual locations, we ensure every Grevayne home is a fine investment as well as a beautiful place to live.
For most people, their residence is not only their home but their most valuable financial asset. That's why we focus on imaginative design and individually styled developments in good locations.
Our primary areas of interest are in aspirational urban and suburban locations in the Midlands and in the London Metropolitan area.
They will have potential for between 5 and 100 homes. We apply our expertise both to land and buildings with planning permission and to those with planning, assembly or other kinds of obstacles to development.
Shottery Green, because of its location in the village conservation area, has inspired the design of a range of homes, each distinctive but reflecting different periods in the architectural heritage of the village.
Grevayne will create 29 homes, for sale and for community housing, nestling in a small valley just outside the village of Enstone, which lies between Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford. The local church, Saint KENELM, dates from Norman times;
Lying just off the Old Warwick Road between Solihull and Warwick, Grevayne propose a very exclusive scheme for just three luxury properties within the green belt, and with access to adjacent equestrian facilities.
This development comprises of a beautifully refurbished farmhouse of five bedrooms. next to two state of the art luxury homes of a similar size.
Grevayne plans a beautiful, self contained development of just 9 homes on the southern edge of this sought after village which lies 4 miles south-west of Stratford and sits on the south bank of the river Avon.
This location allows Grevayne to offer four three bedroomed detached homes at very competitive prices. Tucked away just off the High Street, ideal for first time buyers and growing families.
Heath Hayee is an increasingly fashionable village close to Cannock Chase, and with excellent commuter links to Stafford, Wolverhampton and Birmingham.
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The New Old Inn dates originally from the 19th century and was once the focus of life in this part of Harbury. Grevayne will rejuvenate this part of the village by creating a small courtyard style scheme of just seven homes. This will echo the former pub and its contribution to village life, and, with four and five bedrooms each, create homes for families who will support and strengthen the local community.
Having created the Abbey End apartment and restaurant development on the north side of Abbey End, Grevayne now propose to mirror this scheme on the south side, near Kenilworth’s modern town centre and within easy access of the railway station.