|Then:||Far Hill house was built in the 18th Century. Although privately owned at first, it became the offices of Stroud Labour Party, and was later purchased by Stroud District Council, with a view for conversion to its Headquarters. When this proposal was rejected the house was demolished and the site was used for many years as a carpark|
Far Hill House was built in the 18th century by Benjamin Grazebrook, whose son Joseph lived here until his death in 1843, at the age of 92.
The house, which for some years served as the offices of Stroud Labour Party, was purchased by Stroud District Council with a view its conversion and enlargement as a headquarters building. Regrettably, after this proposal was rejected, Far Hill was demolished.
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