Manor Farm House, thought to have been built in 1723, is a Grade II listed detached country house with more than 4,000 square feet of well-proportioned accommodation. Set in the small Wiltshire village of Newton Toney, the property is located towards the end of a no-through road and features a stables complex and an outdoor heated swimming pool, as well as extensive gardens and grounds.
The accommodation is well presented throughout, with large, light and airy reception rooms and thoughtful, attractive décor. There are three large reception rooms on the ground floor, including the dual aspect, 22ft sitting room, which has French doors opening onto the rear gardens, as well as a fireplace fitted with a woodburning stove. There is also a well-proportioned dining room and a library, which could be used as a further sitting/music/playroom. The spacious kitchen has a good range of fitted units and a central island, as well as an oil-fired AGA. There is also a separate walk-in larder and a utility/laundry room.
Leading from the kitchen is a range of useful rooms, including a boot/coatroom and a self-contained space which could be used as an office or even a downstairs bedroom, with an option to create a bathroom in the downstairs cloakroom.
The first floor has five bedrooms, four of which are generous doubles. There is a dressing room, which the master bedroom has direct access to, and inside the dressing room is one of the two family bathrooms.
The small village of Newton Toney is located eight miles north of Salisbury, surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside and close to the town of Amesbury. Newton Toney itself has renowned village pub and a primary school and an active village church while other necessary everyday amenities can be found in Amesbury,
including supermarkets, a butcher, a baker and various other independent shops.
Salisbury offers more extensive shopping, restaurants and leisure facilities. Grateley mainline station, five miles away, provides direct services to London Waterloo twice hourly (1 hour 20 minutes), while the A303 offers connections by road towards the M3.
There are a number of both good state and independent schools in the area including Farleigh, Dauntsey's School, Rookwood, Salisbury Cathedral School, Godolphin, Bishops Grammar (Boys) and South Wilts Grammar School (Girls).
A gravel driveway to the side of the property provides extensive parking space, while there is also a double garage providing covered parking. To the rear of the property is the pool house and heated outdoor swimming pool as well as the stables complex, which provides space for several horses. There is also an outside WC.
The gardens to the front of the house are south-west facing and there is a paved terrace area with well-maintained lawns. The property also includes two fields and a paddock ideal for keeping horses or livestock.