Hannington Wick, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN6


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  • Bedrooms: 5
Dating back to the 17th Century and being Grade II Listed the property is maintained incredibly well. The period features have been retained and the house modernised sympathetically.

The property provides excellent family accommodation laid out over three floors with the potential to create further accommodation, studio or office space in the open front byre or in the separate spacious Cotswold stone barn which currently provides storage and additional stables.

Approached over a tree lined gravel drive, passing the owned outbuildings on the left, the main house is on the right with gravel parking & private gardens to the rear. The impressive tithe barn forms a court yard and beyond is a high end stable yard, all weather riding arena and paddocks. If no need for equestrian facilities the area could convert to ancillary accommodation, ooffice space, and summer house and tennis court. Formal gardens, mature grounds and fields. About 5.5 acres.

Cherry Tree Farm is situated in the rural hamlet of Hannington Wick in the Upper Thames Valley close to the Wiltshire/Gloucestershire/Oxfordshire borders. The local centres of Fairford, Highworth and Lechlade have excellent pubs, restaurants, schools and shopping for everyday needs.

Regional centres include Cirencester, Swindon and Oxford are within daily commuting distance. Fast rail connections to London Paddington are available from

Swindon (6 miles), via the A419 (10 miles) direct links to the M4 and M5.

Sporting amenities are extensive and include golf, horse

racing, polo, hunting, eventing and water sports.

First class education options with excellent private and public schools. Locally Pinewood, Hatherop Castle and Marlborough.

Lechlade 8 miles, Swindon 6 miles

(London Paddington 65 minutes),

Cirencester 12 miles, M4 (Junction

15) 10 miles

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