Private & trade carriages, farm wagons & implements, horse boxes & trailers, sets of heavy horse & private drive harness, carriage & wagon parts, accoutrements, equestrian/sporting prints & pictures, models, books and horse brasses.
Star Attraction in September’s Carriage Sale Bill Wright Bow Top, circa 1900
A fine example of a Bill Wright Bow Top painted in the traditional colours, with the interior fitted out to a high standard.
Under the auspices of The Shetland Pony Stud Book Society
‘At last year’s sale we were lucky enough to win the day’s show champion Annwood Vector . May I say he is an absolute treasure, a real credit to his breeders and producers , and worth every pound we paid for him. I doubt we could buy better anywhere .
Many Thanks’Conditions & Guidelines
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For Sale by Private Treaty
GUIDE PRICE £1.85m
Rarely available in West Berkshire and within an hour’s commute to London , a small farm comprising an attractive period farmhouse, a range of traditional and modern farm buildings and approximately 33.62 acres IN TOTAL.
Hill Farm is situated in a small lane in an attractive rural location just west of Newbury. Although surrounded by countryside it is an easy short drive to the town centre, mainline station and a range of good local and independent schools.
Newbury town offers a good selection of shops and department stores, including the Parkway retail development and John Lewis, with a supermarket and retail park to the south of the town.
There are plenty of restaurants, cafés, public houses and leisure facilities, including Newbury Racecourse, the attractive Kennet & Avon canal, Vue cinema, Corn Exchange and Watermill theatres. There are arts and sports centres, health and golf clubs, a bowls club, museums and an outdoor market on Thursdays and Saturdays.
There are well regarded schools for all age groups and Newbury College, with its campus to the south of the town.
There is excellent access to the major road routes of A34 and M4 and the mainline rail station to London (Paddington).
Hill Farm is an interesting and individual period farmhouse which has been well maintained over the years but is now in need of some updating. The property is not Listed and both the house and the buildings provide a wonderful opportunity for a buyer to extend and improve the property.
There are also, subject to consents, endless possibilities for the buildings to be converted to provide additional accommodation or buildings for leisure pursuits if required.
Although Hill Farm has run as a dairy farm for many years it would also be an ideal opportunity for an equestrian buyer looking to establish property with good riding facilities.
Surrounding the house is an area of formal garden beyond which there is a more natural orchard and an area which was once used for vegetables. The range of traditional and modern buildings are all located to one side of the house and have the advantage of a separate access directly from the lane. The land is a particular feature of Hill Farm as it is all grassed and naturally undulating and also as the property is situated on a hill there are
lovely long views over the surrounding countryside.
Tenure – Freehold
Council Tax – Band G
Directions to RG20 0JT
From Newbury take the A343 Andover Road out of town and at the small double mini
roundabouts at the top of the hill bear right on to Essex Street. Continue on this road driving out of Newbury and after passing through some open countryside cross over the A34 take the first turning right into Boames Lane continue up the hill where the property will then be seen on the left hand side.
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