LOTTING AND GUIDE PRICES
The farm is offered as a whole or in three lots as follows:
1. Farmhouse, farm buildings and a field of 11 acres; all 12.50 acres: £1,100,000
2. Farmhouse, farm buildings and about 82.50 acres of arable and grassland: £1,800,000
3. Barn with consent set in 2 acres. £400,000
As a whole £2,200,000
A five-bedroom farmhouse with an extremely useful range of modern farm buildings, one having consent to convert to a detached dwelling, and all set in 85 acres of level or gently sloping arable capable farmland. The farm lies in a rural and productive agricultural area yet is close to local towns and amenities. FARMHOUSE
A beautifully presented farmhouse with mature gardens.
The accommodation is finished to a very high standard with many recent upgrades and improvements to give this house a light and spacious feel. The front door opens into an entrance porch and into the entrance hall. The focal point of the house is the kitchen, dining and living room at one end is a sunroom with large triple glazed aluminium bi-fold doors overlooking the beautiful and mature gardens and additional light from two electronically controlled Velux windows with rain sensors. The kitchen has wooden fitted units finished with a granite worksurfaces, including a breakfast bar and a tiled floor. There are exposed beams and oak boarded floor runs throughout the sunroom, ding area and sitting room this has under floor heating. A double-sided 'Jotul' wood burner sits between the sitting areas and gives off a welcoming warmth on a cooler evening. The study overlooks the front gardens and has a Chesney multi-fuel stove set in the fireplace. There is a generously proportioned utility room with ample space for dogs, boots, laundry machines and a sink and cupboard space. The downstairs shower room is spacious and well-appointed with under floor heating.
On the first floor the master bedroom enjoys countryside views, built in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. There are four further doubles bedrooms and a family bathroom. All the bathrooms have under floor electric heating and are beautifully appointed.
The glorious, mature and private gardens have been lovingly tended. There are a selection of fruit trees including cherry, plum fig and apple and vegetable beds. The large level lawn extends to the side and front with a good size patio area outside the kitchen and family room. There are two wild flower areas for bees FARM BUILDINGS
4 bay barn comprising a lockup workshop and 3 open bays (60'x35') of CFC wall and roof sheets with part block build walls and concrete floor. Power and light.
Former cubicle house (80'x90') now excellent enclosed storage of part concrete floor, concrete wall panels and CFC roof sheets. Former parlour (60'x33') now workshop and store of concrete block construction with CFC roof. Concrete floor, power and light. Extensive concrete hardstanding and former silage clamps
The land is all within a ring fence, is all arable capable and is all planted to winter wheat or spring barley except for the field in lot one which is in a grass ley. The land is mainly level or gently sloping to the stream which runs through the northern half of the farm. LOCATION
The village of Edington is a small village about 4 miles from Westbury set under the north slopes of the Salisbury Plain and just 3 miles from the famous Westbury White Horse chalk slopes.
There is a lively community with a church, village hall, the award winning 'Three Daggers' pub with farm shop and a busy schedule of WI, parent and toddler, art and gardening groups. The village of Steeple Ashton also enjoys a thriving rural community with a pub, village shop with café, village hall, Brownies, Guides and Rainbows, ballroom dancing, gardening, parent and toddler, WI and exercise groups.
The Bratton Downs which include the White Horse, are a 'site of special scientific interest' and there are a fantastic network of footpaths and open space on the doorstep.Shopping facilities are good with local farm shops, and village stores as well as all the major supermarkets close by with a Waitrose in Warminster and Melksham, and Tesco's, Asda, Sainsburys and Morrisons in the local towns. The cathedral cities of Bath and Salisbury provide a comprehensive range of clothing and high street retails stores.
Local primary schools can be found in Bratton, Great Cheverell, Keevil and West Ashton. Excellent private schools can be found in Warminster, Dauntsey's at West Lavington, Stonar at Atworth, Salisbury, Marlborough, Bath and St Mary's at Calne with state schools in Devizes, Warminster, Trowbridge, Bradford on Avon, Melksham and Frome.
Travel connections are good with Westbury train station having regular trains to London, Bristol, Salisbury, Southampton, Exeter and Taunton.