West Hinton Farm, Hinton Parva, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4

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A rare development opportunity in the village of Hinton Parva. 2 barns are set within 1.3 acres have planning permission (S/21/0732) for change of use to 2 dwellings (Class C3). To the south of the site is a 0.7 acre paddock.


Perry Bishop are excited to offer a rare development opportunity in this picturesque village of Hinton Parva.

The 2 barns are set within 1.3 acres and have planning permission (S/21/0732) for change of use to 2 dwellings (Class C3).

There are further larger barn buildings that would be removed to create beautiful spacious plots for both dwellings.

To the south of the site is a 0.7 acre paddock.

Currently on site is large static caravan which would be available to purchase separately if of interest.


Hinton Parva, also known as Little Hinton, is a village in the unitary authority of Swindon in Wiltshire. Hinton Parva was a separate parish until 1934 and is now in the civil parish of Bishopstone.

The village was taken over by the War Department during World War II (1943) and the inhabitants evicted but allowed to return after hostilities had ceased, unlike nearby Imber which is still in military hands.

The Norman parish church of St Swithun's is a Grade I listed building. An area around the church was designated a conservation area in 1990.

The nearby market towns of Faringdon (c. 8 miles) and Wantage (c. 11 miles) provide a good selection of independent and high street stores. The village of Shrivenham (c. 3.5 miles) boasts a doctors' surgery, two supermarkets, a florist, delicatessen and general store.

There is an excellent primary school in the neighbouring village of Bishopstone and most secondary school children attend the Ridgeway School in Wroughton.

Junction 15 of the M4 is c.5 miles away, and in Swindon (c.7.5 miles) there is a main line railway station for Bristol and London. Oxford (c.28 miles) has access to the M40.


From the A419 going south towards Swindon, come off at the Commonhead roundabout and take the second left signposted Aldbourne, Liddington and Baydon, as you come into the village of Liddington take the first left The Street, continue along bearing left onto Bell Lane and then Ham Road. Entering the village if Wanborough at the T Junction take the right onto Church Road carry on and head straight over Callas Hill at the next Junction. Bear left onto City Corner and see the sign for Hinton Parva after half a mile the entrance to the site is on the left identified by the Perry Bishop for sale sign.

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Please contact our Land department on 01367 240356 to book your appointment.


We are aware (and have certification) that some of the barns have asbestos. An offer would be accepted to compensate for the removal price.

The mains water connection to the plot has been ordered and paid for with works expected to be carried out by the end of March.

Electricity and private wastewater treatment plant are installed. There is no mains gas in the area.

The site is held with freehold title and is not as far as we are aware subject to any leases.


Planning permission (S/21/0732) has been granted for change of use of 2 no. redundant agricultural buildings.

For further information please go to the Swindon Borough Council's planning portal - www/swindon.gov.uk.


The site is offered for sale by private treaty with a guide price of £600,000.

01367 240356

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