Old Loves Farm, Bowerhill


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5

Old Loves Farm is a fabulous Grade II Listed farm house believed to date from the early/mid 18th century and set in well maintained gardens. The property has a small paddock to the rear as well as featuring a large yard with a separate access and an array of quality barns and outbuildings. Internally, the spacious well laid out interior features a good sized modern kitchen/breakfast room with 'Neff' appliances and tiled flooring, a dual aspect family room with an Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams, a study, a sitting room with an inviting log burning stove for those cold evenings and a separate dual aspect dining room. There is also a utility and cloakroom. Two separate staircases ascend to the first floor where there are five bedrooms, an en suite shower room and family bathroom. There are generous private lawned gardens and an orchard.

The group of outbuildings offer a wide range of potential uses from possible conversion to ancillary dwellings or holiday accommodation (subject to planning), to storage facilities / commercial rental opportunities (6 units are currently let out bringing in an annual income). The outbuildings comprise a range of former farm buildings either side of a concrete yard together with an adjacent Dutch barn and an open-fronted implement store. The buildings are accessed via two separate gated entrances off Bowerhill Lane. The road side range is a mix of modern and traditional buildings comprising an open-fronted barn (13.8 x 5.7); an enclosed garage/workshop (5.7 x 4.4); a 2 bay storage barn (5.7 x 4.4 plus 5.7 x 4.6) and a range of three former stables (4.42 x 3.6; 4.42 x 3.8; 4.4 x 3.7). There is a steel framed garage/workshop (13.7 x 9.1) and 3 x block built stables. There is also a 2 bay steel framed, open-fronted implement store (9.0 x 6.2) and a 4 bay Dutch barn (18.0 x 7.3) with a concrete yard alongside.


Old Loves Farm is conveniently situated between the two Market towns of Devizes and Melksham in Bowerhill ( where there is a shop, pub and primary school). The nearby village of Seend enjoys a thriving community and provides a wide range of amenities including a local store/post office, public houses/restaurant, Church, primary school, playing field, village halls and community centre. Seend is four miles west of Devizes which has a variety of shops, schools, facilities and a popular weekly market. 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 and Westbury. There is also a train station and a Waitrose in Melksham. The M3 /4 also gives easy access to the motorway network and to Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Reputed local schools include Dauntsey's, Marlborough College, St Mary's in Calne and Stonar.

Property Information

Tenure: Freehold. Grade II Listed. Council Tax: Band G

Services: Oil fired heating (serviced annually), mains water, electricity. Private drainage (digester). Solar panels installed in 2011 provides a good feed in tariff of circa £1800 p.a.

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