Manor Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse with grounds that include an orchard, fernery, and a very pretty large pond.
On the outskirts of Bishops Cannings lies Coate, a pretty village of fine period houses and cottages, surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Pewsey Vale. One of these is Manor Farm, a Grade II listed farmhouse which has been sympathetically renovated by its current owners.
Manor Farm boasts excellent living space, with a beautiful kitchen/breakfast room with original flagstone floor, a dining room with period features throughout, and two further generously proportioned reception rooms, which are both light and full of character.
Upstairs, the accommodation comprises 6 bedrooms and a family bathroom, all set around a beautiful exposed beam landing.
To the west of the house is a charming former cheesery and bakery. This building, although in need of repair, provides a huge opportunity, subject to planning, to provide ancillary or additional accommodation to the farmhouse. Lying to the east of Manor Farm and centred around a traditional courtyard are the former farm buildings, some of which have been converted to commercial use to generate a significant rental income.
Manor Farm is set in beautiful grounds which comprise of approximately 2 acres of garden, including an orchard, fernery, and a very pretty large pond. The remaining land is spread over two fields with mature native trees, yew hedges and an ancient willow.
The village of Coate provides local amenities including a public house, a butcher’s shop and a cricket club. Devizes (3 miles) and Marlborough (13 miles) are both within easy reach and provide a broad range of additional facilities. Ideal for the London commuter, Pewsey is approximately 11 miles away, with a mainline station to Paddington (about 1 hour).
The guide price is £1.6m. For further information please conact Carter Jonas on 01672 514 916.