Crocus Farm, SN8
Set within an Area of National Beauty in Wiltshire, Crocus Farm provides spectacular valley views and a canvas of rolling hills, parkland and woodland.
On the farm location are a mix of buildings both in terms of age and architectural style as well as some hidden gems within its grounds. The hilltop Georgian Country House has a traditional, classic appeal with many original features and furnishings. Stepping into the garden, there are un-converted brick outbuildings displaying all their original character.
The farmyard consists of both original and modern features, including steel framed agricultural buildings, stores and barns. The farm has a seasonal bourne running through it, flowing in the winter months to provide water frontage opportunities.
The woodland is a mixture of both ancient woodland and a large, managed larch plantation. Hiding amongst the trees, away from all public routes of access, is a completely secluded cabin, full of shoot potential.
- 1000 acres of farmland consisting of grassland, parkland, ancient woodland and a large larch plantation.
- Rolling hills landscape with valley views
- Evergreen forest areas
- Georgian Country House available both externally and internally with surrounding garden grounds
- Un-converted outbuildings, barns and sheds
- Easily accessible with private drives and tracks
- Farmyard consists of both traditional and modern agricultural buildings
- Modern farm machinery and vehicles
- Isolated cabin found within the woodland, away from all public routes of access
- Seasonal waterside location with its bourne running through the farm
FACILITIES AT CROCUS FARM
There is good access to both the house and farmyard, with plenty of hardstanding parking and further parking available in a field if required.
A crew base and toilet facilities can be provided in the main house.
There are catering facilities and B&B accommodation within 1.5 miles of the farm. The owner is also happy to provide catering.
GETTING TO CROCUS FARM
Trains run from Paddington Station to either Hungerford or Swindon (approximately 1 hour). The farm is a 10 minute drive from Hungerford Station and a 20 minute drive from Swindon Station.
Central London is 90 minutes by car.