Nuthills Farm, Sandy Lane

Guide price - £2,400,000

Area (approx)
633.9 sq m / 6,824 sq ft

Sandy Lane, Wiltshire,
SN15 2PY

A wonderful family house with ancillary accommodation and stunning views over surrounding countryside


5 Bedrooms
4 Reception Rooms
4 Bath/Shower Rooms


Mains water and electricity
Private drainage
Gas fired central heating.
Electric Aga with Gas module

The AreaLacock

Lacock is a short drive from Sandy Lane and whilst noted for its quintessential buildings and beautiful Abbey, it has a number of pubs, a post office, bakery, a church as well as a primary school. A little further to afield is the historic market town of Marlborough and the high street has a wide-ranging mix of cafes and shops and a twice-weekly farmers market. With one of the widest high streets in the country it is renowned for its charm and picturesque setting amongst The North Wessex Downs.

Frequent and direct rail services run from Chippenham to London Paddington, taking approximately 60 minutes.
Wiltshire is renowned for its excellent selection of schools. Local private schools include Marlborough College, Dauntsey’s, St. Marys Calne, Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Westonbirt and Bath schools. Additionally, there are a number of local state schools including Sheldon, Hardenhuish and Malmesbury.

Nuthills Farm, Sandy LaneAbout this home

Nuthills Farm is a handsome farmhouse which dates from the early 19th Century with later additions including a beautiful neo-Georgian Style door. The present owners have spent a great deal of time and care restoring and refurbishing Nuthills Farm to an exceptionally high standard whilst retaining many original features. There is a wealth of light with large stone mullions, sliding sash windows and well-proportioned accommodation with high ceilinged, double aspect rooms throughout. Standing in a commanding position, lying behind stone walls, the house is privately set within its own delightful gardens and grounds offering spectacular and uninterrupted views across the Wiltshire countryside.

The ground floor offers generous and elegant reception rooms comprising an entrance hall with large staircase rising to first floor landing. An impressive drawing room and dining room with large windows overlooking the gardens and countryside beyond. The kitchen/breakfast room, with vaulted ceiling and electric Aga with gas module, is a superb space for relaxed family living especially with the adjoining family room. There is a study, boot/utility room, cloakroom and cellar all located on the ground floor.

On the first floor a wide landing leads to an impressive principal bedroom and an en-suite bathroom with stunning views over the gardens and beyond. A further three generous double bedrooms (1 en-suite) lead off the landing as well as an airing cupboard and family shower room.

The gardens, which are framed by some magnificent mature trees, have been very well designed to provide wonderful colour and privacy. The gardens are a balance of the formal with individual corners contrasting well with the lawns and numerous doors from the main house lead directly out to the terraces. Wonderful views of the surrounding countryside can be enjoyed from almost every aspect of the garden.

The Byre is located opposite the house and provides versatile accommodation currently comprising of a large open plan sitting room with wood burning stove, cloakroom, large double bedroom with a mezzanine area and a bathroom. Attached to the Byre are a range of traditional outbuildings which, subject to the necessary planning permission, could be converted to provide further accommodation.

Nuthills Farm is approached through a pair of remotely operated electric gates onto a gravelled drive. To the side of the entrance is a double garage with electric doors and a useful room above that could be suitable for a variety of uses.

Nuthills Farm is located on the edge of the village and south of the M4, which provides good access to Bath and Bristol to the south and west, and Heathrow and London to the east. The larger towns of Chippenham, Melksham and Devizes provide more extensive shopping while cultural facilities are available at Bath and Bristol, all of which are within easy reach.

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633.9 sq m / 6,824 sq ft


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