Dumb Post is a small hamlet containing an 18th century inn of rubble stone with a tile roof. It has 15th century origins and was altered in the 19th century. It got its name because there was originally just a post for a sign to the hamlet with no name on it. It is said that the post was used to pin messages and mail for passing coaches and horsemen on their journeys to and from Malmesbury to Marlborough via Clacks Way There are also other rubble stone buildings with timber framing and red brick thatched roofs present in the hamlet.
Charlcote, now called Charlcutt is one and a half miles North west of Bremhill . It had a Sunday and day school with 40 pupils in 1846.The Old Reading Room is now a private house with the proceeds of the sale forming a local charity 'The Charlcutt Reading Room and Library Fund'
Spirthill (also called Sperthill or Spurthill) with origins of Spirit Hill lies two miles North West of Bremhill. There is a 19th century farmhouse with an ashlar façade re-fronting an earlier building and a former Wesleyan Chapel, dated 1828, of red brick with a painted roof, now a private residence.