Manor Farm, Bishopstone

Guide price - £2,000,000
Under Offer

Area (approx)
House - 5,038 sq ft / 468 sq m | Stable - 549 sq ft / 51 sq m | Stable & Stores - 4381 sq ft / 407 sq m

Manor Farm, Bishopstone
Wiltshire, SN6 8PT

A Listed period farmhouse with land, outbuildings, equestrian facilities and secondary accommodation


6 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms
4 Reception Rooms


Private water (via Church Commissioners), mains electricity, oil fired heating (electric heating to Groom’s annexe), private drains

Manor Farm, BishopstoneAbout this home

Manor Farm is an attractive Grade II listed period house, believed to date from the 18th century with later additions. The property sits on the edge of the popular village of Bishopstone and it occupies a a private position. It enjoys wonderful views over the surrounding countryside and downland and has delightful mature gardens. The house offers spacious and adaptable accommodation which is over three floors as well as an integral annexe, secondary accommodation and extensive equestrian facilities including 21.7 acres of land, 16 loose boxes, stores, a Monarch four horse walker and 55 x 40 all-weather menage. The land lies opposite the property, is divided into six post and rail paddocks with water.

Highlights to this property include;

The property enjoys the most wonderful setting and views over the surrounding countryside and Downland.

Bishopstone is located in the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is within a Conservation Area; it has a pub and village school.

Hungerford and Marlborough are within a short driving distance and provide extensive shopping facilities with the larger commercial centres of Swindon, Newbury and Oxford all within easy reach.

Communications are excellent with the M4 junction 15 within 4.5 miles providing access to London, the west country and also links to the A419 giving access to the M5. Main line station at Swindon provide services to London Paddington.

The surrounding countryside has numerous public bridleways and footpaths, one of which is the Ridgeway which lies to the south of the village.

There is excellent schooling within striking distance, such as Pinewood, Marlborough College, St John’s Marlborough, St Mary’s and St Margaret’s Calne.

The property has a superb equestrian set up centred around a courtyard of 16 loose boxes which are located in traditional buildings.

In addition, there is an open fronted covered lorry park and tractor store with an adjoining barn providing useful storage for hay, bedding materials and also further general store for rugs and other equipment.

There are two tack rooms and two feed rooms. Also, within the yard there is the groom’s annexe which has an open plan living room with kitchen, two bedrooms and a shower room.

The AreaBishopstone

The village of Bishopstone lies at the foot of the Wessex Downs. An attractive and sought-after village, there is a village school and an excellent pub. Within 11 miles is the market town of Wantage with its attractive market square and enviable selection of great pubs and inns. Bordered by The Ridgeway Path to the South, it’s an idyllic spot with inexhaustible options for lovers of the outdoors.

More extensive facilities can be found in Marlborough, Swindon, Newbury and Oxford. Road and rail communications are excellent, with Junction 14 of the M4 providing fast access to London (85 miles) and the West Country, while the M40 accessed at Oxford provides a route to the Midlands and the North. Didcot mainline station is about 10 miles distant, with regular commuter services to London/Paddington via Reading in around 40 minutes.

There is a wide selection of both private and state schools in the area, with Pinewood being very accessible.



House - 5,038 sq ft / 468 sq m | Stable - 549 sq ft / 51 sq m | Stable & Stores - 4381 sq ft / 407 sq m


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