An Outstanding Wiltshire Farm.
Pertwood Manor Farm is a 772 acre ring fenced, predominantly arable farm, that lies to the north of the A303 near Hindon, Wiltshire. At the heart of the farm is the historic hamlet of Pertwood, comprising an attractive Grade II listed Manor House, 5 further cottages and a flat let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies. There are a variety of outbuildings including traditional barns, staff room, workshop and extensive garaging/storage units. There are also equestrian facilities including 5 loose boxes, a tack room and former manège. The land is predominantly arable with further areas of permanent pasture and strategically positioned woodland. There are two ranges of modern farm buildings including two grain stores and a general purpose building. The farmland is attractive with gently undulating topography and a valley through the centre providing a picturesque backdrop for a family shoot.
Pertwood Manor Farm is about 3 miles to the north of Hindon, a civil parish village which is situated on the edge of the Blackmore Vale in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is believed to date back as far as the Bronze Age and has over the years, developed into an established settlement with a thriving community.
Hindon has a range of local amenities including a village shop with post a office, doctor’s surgery, primary school and two public houses. Shaftesbury is a hilltop Saxon town which is well known for the steep cobbled street of Gold Hill.
It is situated approximately 10 miles to the south, just over the county border in Dorset, and offers a broader range of conveniences including a supermarket, a library, restaurants, chemist, banks and a selection of independent retailers.
The cathedral city of Salisbury is located approximately 21 miles to the east and the Roman city of Bath is located approximately 23 miles to the north. Both provide an extensive variety of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and recreational activities.
Pertwood Manor Farm has excellent communication links with the A303 situated just over a mile away providing access to Salisbury, London, Exeter and the west country, and the A350 providing access to Bath and Shaftesbury.
There are a number of railway stations in the area at Warminster, Gillingham and Tisbury, the latter offers a direct route into London in under 2 hours.
Square Footage: 5,757 sq ft
Acreage: 772 Acres
From the A303, take the A350 north, towards Warminster. After almost exactly a mile, on the right hand side is a wide entrance to a drive with white gate posts, signposted to Pertwood Manor Farm.
Education - There are a number of highly regarded private and state schools in the area. Preparatory schools include St Marys, Port Regis, Sandroyd, Clayesmore, Chafyn Grove, Godolphin and Hazlegrove. Secondary schools include Dauntseys, Hanford, Leehurst Swan, South Wilts and Bishops Wordsworth.
Leisure - Being situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Pertwood Manor Farm is surrounded by nature reserves with a network of footpaths and bridleways allowing an excellent variety of walking and riding routes. The Wessex Ridgeway, Monarch’s Way and Orange Way are famous, long-distance footpaths that pass through Hindon. The local hunt is the South and West Wilts, one of the oldest foxhound packs in England which was originally founded by Lord Arundell in 1690. The South and West Wilts hunt is popular with varied landscape incorporating the Knoyle and Witham Vale, Great Ridge Wood, Fonthill Wood and Bradley Wood as well as downland country. There are a number of high calibre shoots in the locality as well excellent chalk stream fishing.