55 Northbrook Street
Bank Farm is a beautiful period house on the edge of the village set in delightful gardens and grounds. The property is a much loved and well cared for family home, and offers wonderful living and entertaining space.There is a fabulous kitchen/dining/living area which ideally suits the requirements of todays modern lifestyle. The kitchen is filled with natural light, and well fitted with a range of painted wooden cabinets and a 4-door Aga, and has French doors opening onto the terrace. The adjoining family room is a great space with a log burner and large windows overlooking the garden. In addition there is a delightful sitting room with a log burner and attractive bay windows, and a more formal second sitting room/library. The house also benefits from a large boot room, utility room and cloakroom. There are 6 bedrooms and two bathrooms.
This property has 1.6 acres of land.
The beautiful gardens and grounds extend to approximately 1.6 acres and are mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with mature hedges, shrubs and trees. There is a delightful view across the garden to the east towards Wilton Windmill. There is a charming thatched barn in the garden with a conservatory addition which has been converted to create a party room/office and summer house. There is also a swimming pool. The house is approached from the village lane through a wooden 5-bar gate and a large gravel driveway provides parking for several vehicles. The attractive timber-framed garage block/ carport provides parking for two cars as well as a workshop and a large room above, currently used as an office.
Bank Farm is situated in Wilton, a very popular Wiltshire village close to Hungerford and Marlborough, surrounded by fabulous rolling countryside. The property is located on a quiet lane on the edge of the village, from where there is easy access to wonderful walking and riding. Wilton has a thriving village community and a popular pub, The Swan, and nearby Great Bedwyn provides fantastic local facilities including a village shop, post office, primary school, doctor's surgery and pub. There is also a mainline station with regular direct trains to London Paddington. The charming market towns of Marlborough and Hungerford are close by and provide a wider range of shops, cafes and restaurants. The village is on the edge of Savernake Forest, with the Kennet & Avon Canal nearby. There is a wide range of schools in the area including St Francis Pewsey, Great Bedwyn Primary School, Farleigh, Marlborough College, Dauntsey's, St John's Marlborough, St Mary's Calne and Pinewood.
From Hungerford take the A338 towards Salisbury and continue for approximately 4 miles, passing the left turn to Shalbourne, and take the next right turn signposted to Great Bedwyn. After approximately 300 yards take the left turn to Wilton and follow this road for approximately 2 miles until you reach Wilton. On entering the village, with the pub on your right, take the left turn into Hollow Lane, follow the lane round to the left and the entrance to Bank Farm will be found a short distance along on the left hand side.Read all