New Mill is a small hamlet set amidst the most stunning countryside of the Pewsey vale, about 1/2 a mile outside the picturesque village of Wootton Rivers, boasting a popular pub and a church. The nearest local amenities are in Pewsey about 2 miles away which include supermarkets, petrol station, surgery and post office. The larger market town of Marlborough 6 miles to the north, has a wide-choice of shops which includes a Waitrose, restaurants, cafes, wine bars, banks and a very popular bi-weekly market. There are excellent road and railway links with Pewsey and Great Bedwyn offering a 70 minute journey into London Paddington and lying equidistant between the M4 at Hungerford and the A303/M3 at Andover. Schools in the area include a primary school in nearby Easton Royal and Woodborough, Pinewood, St Frances and Farleigh preparatory schools, St Margaret's and St Mary’s Calne, Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, and St Johns, Marlborough. Broomsgrove Lodge lies in a rural position off the quiet road from New Mill to Wootton Rivers, surrounded fields and with lovely views.
Broomsgrove Lodge probably dating from the 1800's was originally two cottages subsequently joined and extended in the 1990s and has brick elevations under a thatched roof last re-thatched in 2017. The accommodation is well presented and offers light and airy space with a large drawing room and a flexible kitchen Dining room with a study area at one end as well as a generous boot and utility room,
Entrance Hall, Snug, Cloakroom, Drawing Room, Conservatory, Kitchen/Dining room, Larder, Boiler Room, Utility Room
Landing , Master Bedroom, a Dressing Room and ensuite Bathroom, Guest Bedroom with ensuite Bathroom, Two further Bedrooms and a Shower Room.
The property is approached via a timber gate to a gravelled parking area with a flag stoned path to the front door and gates to a timber verandah to the rear leading to the back door. There is a brick built single garage with work shop and potting shed to the rear. To the rear and side of the house is a flag stoned terrace with steps leading up to the lawns including well stocked and established beds. The garden is bordered by a mixture of yew and traditional country hedging giving private feel. A gate leads to the hedged and fenced chicken run and onto the land. The lawns lead on to the vegetable garden with raised beds, a timber tool shed and two Greenhouses on brick plinths.
The land extends to some 3.9 acres and comprises a paddock area 3.40 acres and an area which has been partially planted with 800 trees specifically designed by the Woodland Trust to achieve a broad range of species and to take advantage of the stunning views to Martinsell Hill.