Mill Farm sits on the edge of Broughton Gifford on a quiet country lane surrounded by beautiful open countryside. This site, of about 1.2 acres, comprises four independent properties made up from the original farm, to include a pair of period semi-detached houses, a converted granary and a converted barn.
The site has a sweeping gravel driveway, which in turn leads to each home and its associated parking. There are attractive stone boundary walls and post and rail fencing in keeping with its original heritage. Broughton Gifford is an historic and picturesque West Wiltshire village that is mentioned in the Domesday book. There is a thriving village community with a
pub, a popular primary school and pre-school and an open common complete with duck ponds and cricket pitch. It's also home to one of the most spectacular annual fireworks display in the area. A wide range of amenities are available in nearby Melksham (approx. 2 miles west) and the market town of Bradford on Avon (approx. 4 miles away) as well as the county
town of Trowbridge (approx. 6 miles away). The city of Bath is some 11 miles away and is a World Heritage Site renowned for its Roman heritage and Georgian architecture and wide range of cultural, business, shopping and leisure amenities. Communications are excellent with the nearby station at Chippenham (approx. 8 miles) offering a direct train service to
London Paddington (journey time from 70 mins) and Bristol Temple Meads (journey time from 30 mins).Junction 17 of the M4 is approx. 13 miles north, and Bristol International Airport some 32 miles west.
1 Mill Farm
This is a three bedroom Grade II listed semi-detached house offering approx. 1,449 sq ft of accommodation arranged over three floors. The property boasts period features including fireplaces, exposed beams and stone mullion windows and enjoys an open pleasant outlook to both front and rear over the countryside and its gardens, which are both bounded on one side by the Mill Brook. To the ground floor there is an entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room with feature fireplace and inset wood burner, fitted kitchen and dining room with feature fireplace. To the first floor, two bedrooms and a stylish shower room.
On the second floor is a further bedroom. There are gardens front and rear as well as a laundry. There is also a large open barn close to the property as well as private parking.
2 Mill Farm
This is a four bedroom Grade II listed semi-detached home offering approx. 1,625 sq ft of accommodation arranged over
three floors with gardens front and rear; part of the rear garden is bounded by Mill Brook. The property comprises an entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room with feature fireplace and inset wood burner, dining room, fitted kitchen with enough room for a small breakfast table and to the first floor two bedrooms and a bathroom. To the second floor are two further bedrooms. There are period features in the way of mullion windows and exposed beams. There is an open barn close to the property, which is ideal for covered parking and storage.
This delightful one bedroom barn conversion offers approx. 427 sq ft of accommodation over a single floor and is arranged with an open plan living/kitchen area, separate bathroom and bedroom. It boasts attractive tiled and wooden flooring, tall
ceiling with exposed beams and an easy to manage graveled
outside area, which enjoys views through the post and rail fencing of the neighbouring countryside. There is also allocated parking for two vehicles and the added benefit of a large storage shed alongside.
This former granary built in attractive honey coloured rubble stone offers approx. 1,416 sq ft of accommodation arranged over two floors. There is an entrance hall leading to an impressive sitting room with vaulted ceiling, kitchen/breakfast
room and cloakroom to the ground floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor. There are gardens to the front and side of the property as well as a garage opposite for parking.
The site has been designed for each property to have its own parking area, however there is further communal/visitor parking to the far end, in the way of a large gravel parking
area. There is also a communal bin store. The sale of Mill Farm is available as a whole, where it has been successfully let over the past years, or as individual freehold units. Further details are available from the selling agents.
1 Mill Farm EPC rating = F
2 Mill Farm EPC Rating = E
The Granary EPC Rating = E
Little Barn EPC Rating = E
The village of Broughton Gifford can be accessed from the north via the A365 (Bath Road) at Atworth or from the south via B3107 (Melksham Road) from Bradford on Avon. Mill Lane runs from the B3107 into the centre of the village and Mill.