Woolley & Wallis is delighted to be launching on to the market Green Farm, Froxfield comprising a Grade II Listed farmhouse, range of modern farm buildings and approximately 72 acres of land. The farm is available in three lots, the guide price for the whole being £1.1 million.
Green Farm is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Wiltshire-Berkshire border. The village of Froxfield is close to the larger towns of Hungerford and Marlborough which offer a range of shops, supermarkets, leisure activities and doctors surgery. Hungerford also has a railway station with links to London Paddington (approx. 1 hour) and the West Country. Froxfield has good communication links with M4 junction 14 (approx. 5.4 miles) and the A338 (approx. 8 miles).
Lot 1 comprises Green Farmhouse, a beautiful detached Grade II Listed family home that is believed to date back to the 18th Century and retains many original features. The property requires modernisation and restoration throughout. The flint and brick walled garden is laid mostly to lawn and interspersed with trees and shrubs.
Lot 2 comprises 28.98 acres of Grade 3 agricultural land currently down to grass with a range of modern farm buildings. There is also a telecoms mast site. The land benefits from wonderful views south towards the Pewsey Vale and good road access. A stream runs through the lower water meadows.
“We are thrilled to be offering this picturesque farm. We expect Green Farm to attract interest from both local buyers and national buyers”, comments Sophie Clotworthy of Woolley & Wallis’, Farm & Rural Team. “This farm gives purchasers the opportunity to buy an attractive period farmhouse in a village setting and a good block of land with a useful range of buildings.”
For further details and to arrange a viewing of the land please contact Sophie Clotworthy, Woolley & Wallis Salisbury 01722 424515 email@example.com
Farm & Rural Agent