Home Farm

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4

Home Farm is a charming detached, former farmhouse set in grounds of 1.8 acres in an idyllic semi rural setting. The current owners purchased the cottage in recent years and have since undertaken a comprehensive scheme of refurbishment, modernisation, extension and landscaping which includes the creation of a second driveway accessing the front of the property. The beautifully presented interior compromises a sitting room with wood burning stove, a fitted kitchen complimented by a range of integrated appliances, granite work surfaces and a central island unit. The redesigning of the kitchen has created a magnificent triple aspect open plan dining/family room with french doors to the side opening onto the garden and patio. A door from the dining room opens into a utility room, cloakroom and useful good sized boot room. There four bedrooms and two family bathrooms on the first floor. A sweeping gravel driveway via five bar gates to the front provides ample parking and turning space, there is a separate second driveway accessed from further along the lane, which approaches the rear of the garden. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn and enjoy a sunny south facing aspect with delightful views over the surrounding countryside. The landscaping extends to one side with a large paved and gravelled patio leading to an enclosed orchard which is stocked with a variety of fruit tress. A particular feature of the garden is an impressive detached lodge which is currently used as a very successful Air B and B.


Home Farm occupies a picturesque setting on the rural edge of Brinkworth nearby to Webbs Wood, a lovely 246 acre woodland managed by the Forestry Commission. Local facilities include an 18 hole golf club, primary school, nursery, church and The Three Crowns Public House famous for its good food. Brinkworth lies four miles east of the historic market town of Malmesbury, which is reputed to be the oldest borough in the country. This thriving, pretty market town offers a wealth of buildings of architectural interest including an ancient abbey, whilst also boasting a wide range of shops including a Waitrose, award winning schools and leisure facilities. Early tributaries of the River Avon pass around the town, with beautiful countryside close at hand. There are regular public transport services and good road access to the larger towns of Royal Wootton Bassett, Cirencester, Chippenham, Swindon, Bath and Bristol, whilst junction 16 of the M4 is only five miles east. Trains from Chippenham, Swindon and Kemble link with London Paddington within approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.


Tenure: Freehold

EPC Rating: E

Council Tax Band: G

Mains water, electricity and oil fired central heating.

Strakers - Malmesbury

See all properties from this agent

Send me homes like this by email

This field is required
Please enter a valid email address