South Marston, Swindon, Wiltshire

  • Superbly refurbished farmhouse with 4,854 sq ft of space
  • Beautifully presented accommodation with formal reception rooms, part converted loft space
  • Beautiful gardens and orchard giving privacy
  • Outbuildings with potential for rebuilding STC
  • Formerly with permission for use as offices or hotel

South Marston lies just off the A361 to Highworth, a popular Wiltshire  town lying c. 3 miles to the north, Shrivenham lies c. 6 mile to the north east, and the regional town of Swindon lies c. 13 miles to the south offering a wide range of retail leisure and transport facilities.  There are excellent communications with the M4 at junction 15 about 6 miles away, and mainline station at Swindon, (London Paddington in under an hour).

There are a number of excellent primary and secondary schools nearby in South Marston, Highworth, Shrivenham and Swindon and the Stagecoach School of Performing Arts in Highworth.  Pinewood Prep School and Marlborough College are within easy reach.

The property approached via a private gated entrance, is surrounded by its own gardens giving a private feel in this predominantly office use area.

This Grade II Listed Farm House is believed to date back to c. 1680 with later additions in 1730 and is built of rendered brick elevations under a stone tiled roof and is arranged over three floors.  The property has been lovingly restored over recent years to provide a stunning spacious and up to date family home with many period features such as sash windows with shutters, stone mullions, beamed ceilings, flagstoned floors and open fireplaces.  The accommodation includes an impressive farmhouse kitchen, cellars, formal reception rooms and large bedrooms.  The second floor has been partially converted and would make excellent playroom/office space.

Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Snug, Boot Room and wc, Kitchen/Breakfast Room,  Utility Room.



Master Bedroom, Five Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, separate Shower Room, wc.

 Two Attic Rooms.

 The property is approached via a private drive leading to the original farm courtyard which provides parking for several cars.  The house is surrounded by its beautiful grounds affording a great sense of privacy.  There is a former outbuilding which suit conversion to a number of different uses stc. 

The surrounding business park has influenced the price but provides a surprisingly quiet environment.  Here is an opportunity to live in a amazing house at an affordable price, due to its location, but we would urge anyone to see this amazing house in its extremely unusual setting.

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