Savills | Burderop, Nr Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 0QD | Property for sale
14,000 sq ft(1,300.64 sq m)
Guide price £1,850,000

BurderopNr Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 0QD

    Key features

    • In need of modernisation
    • Alternative uses possible (STC)
    • Approximately 9.5 acres
    • Woodland
    • Original Stable block
    • Walled garden available by separate negotiation

    A Grade II* listed country house in need of complete modernisation and with potential for alternative uses.

    About this property

    • Burderop park is an outstanding Grade II* listed country house with scope to return it to its former glory.

      The property was created out of a mediaeval farmhouse, itself converted into a courtyard mansion house in the late C16. The C16 building was raised a floor by Smith and the whole stuccoed by Richard Huss of Derby; the dressings are in Cotswold stone from Bibury. The incredible principal staircase was placed in the mediaeval central courtyard which was roofed over and lit by a half-domed, octagonal lantern. Having been previously used as a commercial office this substantial country home extends to approximately 14,000 sqft and includes principle reception rooms complete with sash windows high ceilings and outstanding historical features. Externally there are gardens and grounds of approximately 9 acres including lawned area, tree lined avenues and woodland area.

      In addition there is a large original coach house available by separate negotiation.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This really is a very special house with endless scope for a buyer to make their mark.

    Sebastian HipwoodProperty agent

    Local information

    • Burderop Park is in a small hamlet between the villages of Hodson and Wroughton and sits on the edge of the Marlborough Downs and within the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
    • Burderop Park has great connections to Reading, Heathrow, London and Bristol. Close by is Barbury Castle, a historical landmark, one of several forts located along the ancient Ridge Way path. There are an abundance of nearby amenities and restaurants in Wroughton and Chiseldon, with many shopping opportunities in Swindon. The property has excellent connections, with Swindon train station providing a frequent service to Cheltenham Spa, London and Cardiff. There are bus stops located immediately outside Burderop Park, connecting to nearby villages and central Swindon.
    • The nearby village of Chiseldon offers two public houses with the highly regarded Silks on The Downs located just 7 miles from the property. The area is very well served by private schools including Pinewood, Marlborough College, Radley College, St Mary's Calne, Dauntsey's and Downe House.
    • For the sporting enthusiasts, the property sits in the Vale of White Horse country and benefits from Barbury Shooting School which is located less than 3 miles away. Marlborough also offers two Golf Clubs and an abundance of national trails.

    Additional information

    • Swindon 4 miles, Marlborough 9 miles, Cirencester 21 miles, M4 (Junction 15) 6 miles, Swindon Station 5 miles, (London Paddington by rail from 60 minutes)
    • All mileages are approximate.
    • Directions: From London, at Junction 15 take the A346/ A419 exit towards Marlborough. At the Badbury Roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Marlborough Road/ A346 and then turn right onto New Road along the B4005. Follow this road and turn right at the junction onto Brimble Hill Road and turn right at the next available turning. The property is located further up this road.
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure = Freehold