Cheverell Road, Worton

Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 5UN
£950,000 Guide Price

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LOT 1 - Hurst farmhouse, farm buildings, traditional courtyard, pair of semi-detached redundant cottages & Mill, surrounding pasture, all in 29.86 acres.

LOT 1 – Hurst farmhouse, farm buildings, traditional courtyard, pair of semi-detached redundant cottages & Mill, surrounding pasture, all in 29.86 acres.

LOT 1 – HURST FARMHOUSE & BUILDINGS ALL IN 29.86 ACRES
The extent of which is shown on the enclosed farm plan, Lot 1 comprises Hurst Farmhouse, a range of traditional and more modern agricultural buildings, a redundant mill sitting alongside and a pair of semi-detached redundant cottages and surrounding pasture land, all in 29.86 acres. Hurst Farm House is found at the end of the private drive which leads to the parking area at the front of the house. The charming four bedroom family house is constructed of brick elevations, part rendered under a pitched tile roof.
The house has not been lived in for approximately six years and is in need of complete modernisation and renovation.
The front door leads into the Entrance Hall with door through to the dual aspect Sitting Room and the Dining Room, through which can be found the Cheese Room with flagstone floor, Utility Room, Kitchen and Boot Room. From the Kitchen a door leads through to the Downstairs WC and rear Store Room. Stairs from the …

LOT 1 – Hurst farmhouse, farm buildings, traditional courtyard, pair of semi-detached redundant cottages & Mill, surrounding pasture, all in 29.86 acres.

LOT 1 – HURST FARMHOUSE & BUILDINGS ALL IN 29.86 ACRES
The extent of which is shown on the enclosed farm plan, Lot 1 comprises Hurst Farmhouse, a range of traditional and more modern agricultural buildings, a redundant mill sitting alongside and a pair of semi-detached redundant cottages and surrounding pasture land, all in 29.86 acres. Hurst Farm House is found at the end of the private drive which leads to the parking area at the front of the house. The charming four bedroom family house is constructed of brick elevations, part rendered under a pitched tile roof.
The house has not been lived in for approximately six years and is in need of complete modernisation and renovation.
The front door leads into the Entrance Hall with door through to the dual aspect Sitting Room and the Dining Room, through which can be found the Cheese Room with flagstone floor, Utility Room, Kitchen and Boot Room. From the Kitchen a door leads through to the Downstairs WC and rear Store Room. Stairs from the Dining Room lead down to the Cellar.
On the first floor can be found four Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. Please refer to floor plans for room dimensions and layout.
At the front of the house is a walled garden and garage. At the rear of the house is an orchard and former vegetable garden.

FARM BUILDINGS
The farm buildings comprise an extensive range of useful modern and traditional buildings with concrete yards, close to the farmhouse:
1. Former parlour and dairy, of concrete block construction used for storage.
2. 5 Bay covered yard with cubicles and adjacent silage clamp
3. 3 Bay open fronted cattle barn with 2 bay adjoining barn
4. Row of 3 concrete block stables
5. Machinery and general purpose concrete block barn
6. Red brick traditional livestock house
7. Open fronted cattle barn
8. Single storey former cowstalls and stabling
9. Lean-to garage
10. Detached timber garage
11. Garden shed
The courtyard of attractive traditional buildings and stabling, has the potential to be converted for a number of different uses, subject to planning.
To the south of the farmhouse can be found the former Mill with a pair of semi-detached redundant mill workers cottages, lying adjacent. The Mill is in a state of disrepair, however, you can still see parts of the original workings and is a unique opportunity for an incoming purchaser to renovate and reinstate should they wish to.

LAND
Lot 1 totals approximately 29.86 acres with attractive gently sloping pasture which wraps round the house and buildings giving privacy and seclusion to the holding. The land is divided into fields with mature hedgerows. The southern boundary runs along the banks of the Semington Brook.

Hurst Farm is situated in an easily accessible location to the south of the historic market town of Devizes, just off the A360, surrounded by open beautiful Wiltshire countryside. The pretty village of Worton lies to the northwest.

The area is well known not only for its walking and riding but is also well served by a number of excellent schools. The farm has access to good road and rail links, as well as local services.

The surrounding villages offer local services, whilst Devizes benefits from a number of good local shops and services. The M4 to the north offers links to London and the West Country. Chippenham and Pewsey railway stations have fast regular train services to London

Hurst Farmhouse is supplied by mains water and electricity and oil fired central heating. The property is serviced by private foul drainage and the agents have assumed that this needs upgrading.

SN10 5UN
From Devizes head south on the A360. Drive through Potterne and after approximately 2 miles turn right signposted to Seend and Worton. Follow this road and after approximately half a mile the entrance to Hurst Farm will be found on the left hand side.

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Cheverell Road, Worton

Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 5UN
£950,000 Guide Price

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