Rawlings Farm is situated on the edge of Chippenham with good access to the countryside. The area is noted for its pretty villages and unspoilt rural character.
North Wiltshire is very commutable; communications are excellent with fast road access to Bristol, Swindon and Bath. There are main line rail services from the nearby market town of Chippenham, offering travel to London Paddington (journey time from 75 minutes). The area is well served with an range of very well-regarded state and private schools. A wide range of shopping facilities are available in Chippenham, Marlborough or Bath.
Bath is a World Heritage Site famed for its Georgian architecture and Roman heritage and enjoys a wealth of cultural, business and recreational facilities.
Rawlings Farm is a substantial Grade II listed former farm house, sitting in grounds of about 0.86 acres, that provides an opportunity to modernise. The 2,547sq ft of accommodation is arranged over three floors and has a wealth of period features. It is well-placed for Chippenham town and its rail station as well as junction 17 of the M4 motorway, whilst having easy access to the Wiltshire countryside.
Rawlings Farm sits in grounds of about 0.86 acres, which is divided between walled gardens, courtyards and outbuildings. The outbuildings present an opportunity to redevelop (subject to any necessary planning permissions) and could provide ancillary accommodation or a workspace.
The property can be accessed off the B4069 (Langley Road) via Cocklebury Lane. Follow the lane down and onto the rough track, which will take you over the railway line and across the fields to the house, which is on your left hand side. Parking in front of the home.