Sandridge Park, Melksham, Wiltshire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
A beautifully positioned individual home enjoys a private elevated setting with panoramic views over the property's own wonderful grounds. An ideal rural retreat for anyone wanting space around them after 'lockdown' with splendid paddocks that could suit those with equestrian interests or ambitions for a small holding. Lower Home Farm has a real sense of arrival, approached up a long driveway and through 5 bar gates. There is good reception space with a triple aspect sitting room and log burner, a separate dining room with bay window opening into a large conservatory with a new roof and travertine tiles. The bespoke kitchen with granite worktops is well equipped with a range of integrated appliances. There is also a utility room. On the ground floor the master bedroom with refitted wet room en suite is complemented by a family bathroom and two single bedrooms. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms with an en suite shower room and bathroom. The lower ground floor garage was converted to two further bedrooms with en suites. This has it's own entrance and could be converted to an annex or knocked together for a games room/office. Outside, the generous double garage with an electric door also offers potential for conversion (subject to planning). There is ample parking to the front and rear. Private well maintained gardens with colourful planted borders, fruit trees and vegetable beds are complemented by various seating areas taking in the views of the four paddocks to the front and rear of the house.


This wonderful home is set up a long driveway servicing just two properties, between Melksham and the popular village of Bromham. Melksham is an historic former market town with a variety of shopping including a Waitrose, leisure and educational facilities, well served by good roads and is only 12 miles south of the M4 motorway. There is excellent private and comprehensive schooling for all ages in the area. Trains run from Melksham Station to Swindon, Southampton, Frome and Cheltenham. Buses serve Bath, Chippenham, Devizes and Trowbridge. National Express Coaches run direct services to London. The Georgian city of Bath offers a wealth of cultural and recreational points interests and is only 13 miles to the west and Salisbury, 34 miles to the south. Communications in the area are excellent with train services to London Paddington from Chippenham, Pewsey and Westbury. The M3 /4 also gives easy access to the motorway network and to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Oil fired central heating (boiler is c.2 years old), mains water and electricity, private drainage via a septic tank.

EPC Rating: D

Council Tax: Band G

Agent's Note: The large field siding on to the main road has a 50% uplift clause on it (more details available upon request).

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