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6 bedroom detached house for sale

The Street, Hullavington, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14

Guide Price £1,095,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Morning Room
  • Utility Room
  • Boot Room
  • Master Bedroom Suite
  • 5 en suite Bedrooms
  • Office
  • Games Room

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A handsome Grade II Listed Century farmhouse set in the heart of this thriving Wiltshire village.


Hullavington is an active village which supports a pub, school, shop, village hall and church. More extensive shopping and recreational facilities can be found in the nearby towns of Malmesbury and Chippenham. The village is also conveniently placed for those needing access to the M4, Junction 17 being about 3 miles away. There is also an excellent rail service from Chippenham to London Paddington taking about 70 minutes. Both Heathrow and Bristol airports are also easily accessible.

Recreational facilities in the area include golf at Bowood and Castle Coombe, polo at Westonbirt, sailing at the Cotswolds Water Park, eventing at Badminton and Gatcombe as well as walking on the Macmillan and Cotswolds Ways. Cultural activities are found in both Bath and Bristol.

Education in the area is first class with many private schools including Grittleton House School, Westonbirt School, Beaudesert Park Preparatory School and St Mary's Calne. Both Hardenhuish and Sheldon Schools in Chippenham have excellent Ofsted ratings.


This handsome listed farmhouse is believed to date from the early 17th Century and is located on a generous plot measuring approximately 0.63 acres, in the heart of this thriving Wiltshire village.

The Farmhouse sits within attractive stone walled gardens which provides an unexpected degree of seclusion and privacy for a house which resides in the village.

The property has undergone a significant level of updating by the current owners and is now a substantial, extremely well appointed home. The improvements have been sympathetic, restoring many of the period features, such as the Newel staircase, original elm floorboards and working shutters in many rooms, all very much complemented by the modern fixtures and fittings.

Within the main part of the house the ground floor accommodation currently comprises two large formal reception rooms and a garden room along with a bespoke fitted kitchen by de VOL, with an Aga and a central island unit providing the perfect space we seek for meeting, entertaining and relaxing. A good sized boot room and boiler room are adjacent.

A beautiful curved Newel staircase connects the floors. The first floor provides three well-proportioned bedrooms with a further two located on the second floor. All bedrooms have en suite facilities.

Complementing the main house the adjoining wing of outbuildings has been converted to further living accommodation and now provides a further sitting room which is an extremely comfortable room, with vaulted ceiling and is warmed by a Clearview wood burning stove.

A second staircase leads to the fabulous master bedroom with a freestanding bath in one corner, 'his & hers' walk in wardrobes and a superbly appointed shower room.

Outside there are further outbuildings, two of which have been converted to be a home office/study and a recreational room. There are a range of piggeries which offer potential for further development (subject to planning).

The gardens are private, mature and relatively easy to manage. The rear garden is walled beyond which is farmland. It is principally laid to lawn interspered with a number of flower beds and fruit trees. There is a kitchen garden, growing tunnel and summer house. There is a further lawned area to the front of the house, bounded by a low stone wall, with mature hedging and trees.

Square Footage: 5,539 sq ft
Acreage: 0.63 Acres


From J17 of the M4 proceed north on the A429 in the direction n of Malmesbury. Follow this road past Lower Stanton St Quintin and turn left just past Buckley Barracks, signposted Hullavington. Take the next turn left into the village. Past the school, past Watts Lane and the property is marked in the left hand side (if you reach the garage you have missed the turning).

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Added on Rightmove:
07 September 2016

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