Park Farm, Park Lane, Heytesbury, Warminster, Wiltshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 7
In all 8.84 acres

Three reception rooms


Utility, boot room and cloakroom

Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom

4 Further bedrooms

Dressing room

2 Bathrooms & Shower room

2 Bedroom annexe

Significant party barn

Stable yard

Triple garage

Hard surface tennis court

3 Barns



Park Farm is a substantial Grade II listed 17th century farmhouse that features more than 4,000 sq. ft of sensitively modernised accommodation, arranged across three lightfilled floors and retaining many period features include original fireplaces and exposed wall and ceiling beams.

The ground floor has a well-proportioned sitting room with a triple aspect and a fireplace, while further reception rooms include the formal dining room and reception hall, and the dual aspect family room, both of which have impressive original fireplaces. The 30ft kitchen and breakfast area has a light, airy extension with a ceiling lantern skylight and two sets of French doors, while the kitchen itself has fitted units, a central island, integrated appliances and an Aga.

The first floor has four comfortable double bedrooms, all of which benefit from built-in storage. There is a generous principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom which leads to the dressing room, while two further bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom. The first floor also has an additional shower room, with the second floor offering one more double bedroom and a bathroom.

Outside, the detached annexe has useful ancillary accommodation for guests or family members. It includes an open-plan sitting area, dining area and kitchen, two double bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room.

Park Farm is set in a picturesque rural location in the heart of the Wylye Valley, and just moments from the village of Heytesbury. The village offers a range of useful amenities, including a parish church, a shop/post office, a primary school and a public house. Codford provides a further range of facilities and Warminster is within easy reach and meets most everyday needs. There are fast road links to the A303, which is approximately seven miles away and joins the M3 to London. Train services are provided at Warminster and Salisbury (London Waterloo) and also nearby Westbury (London Paddington)

The area is very popular because of the excellent selection of schools at all levels. There are popular primary schools in other local villages and Salisbury retains grammar schools for both boys and girls. Public schools in the area include Warminster, Dauntseys, St Mary's Shaftsbury, Port Regis and in Salisbury the Cathedral School, Godolphin and Chafyn Grove. Marlborough, St Mary's Calne, Bryanston, Sherborne and Bath are all accessible.

The farmhouse is set in nearly nine acres of beautiful grounds, with a well-maintained garden, extensive fields and paddocks and a tennis court. The driveway leads to a parking area at the side of the house and to the outbuildings, which include a triple garage, barns and a stables block. The garden has immaculate lawns, paved terracing and pathways, established hedgerow borders and a variety of shrubs, trees and flowering perennials. There is also a vegetable garden, while the surrounding fields and paddocks provide the ideal setting for grazing livestock or exercising horses.

01722 239656

Strutt & Parker - Salisbury

41 Milford Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP1 2BP

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