Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire

Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire

An idyllic manor house set at the edge of a popular village with a charming cottage, outbuildings, gardens and paddocks totalling approx 8.5 acres including fishing rights on the river avon.


Upavon is a popular village situated approx. 4 miles south of Pewsey and 11 miles south of Marlborough, in the Avon Valley and just on the edge of Salisbury Plain. 

Nearby Pewsey has a station providing services to London Paddington (journey time 65 minutes). The A345 gives access to the A303/M3 8 miles to the south and to the M4 at junction 14, 21 miles to the northeast.

Schools in the area include a primary in the nearby village of Rushall and Woodborough, St Francis and Farley Prep Schools, Dauntsey's, Marlborough College, Godolphin and St Margaret's and St Mary's Calne.

The Manor is situated on the southern edge of the village up a private drive and overlooking the beautiful River Avon Valley. This attractive Grade II listed, mentioned in Pesvner has well presented and proportioned accommodation arranged over two floors. There are high ceilings and many period features and includes formal reception rooms and a spacious open plan kitchen/breakfast/living room at the heart of the house.

Reception Hall, Cloakroom, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Dining/Living Room, Boot Room, Laundry Room, Utility Room. Stairs lead to the Two Double Bedrooms and a Bath and Shower Room.

Principal Bedroom with ensuite Bathroom two Double Bedrooms with ensuite Bathrooms, and two more Double Bedrooms and two Bathrooms totaling 5 in all, in the main part of the house. 

The house is approached via private drive leading to a turning and parking circle overlooking the lovely pond. The Cottage large Barn and separate Garage create a courtyard effect. The Gardens bordered by mature trees and high brick walling are large enough to comfortably take a swimming pool and tennis court, subject to the usual consents. There are lawned gardens to the front with a Walled Garden to the side laid to lawn with a former grass tennis court. A door way through the wall leads to a vegetable garden with raised beds and on to a foot bridge (in need of some repair) leading over the river. 


Kitchen/Breakfast Room, two Double Bedrooms with ensuite Bathrooms and a Garage.


Forming part of the courtyard is a thatched barn which has been converted to provide a substantial Games/Party Room.


The Paddocks lie to the south of the garden and house and comprise four paddocks. There is an all weather lunging ring/menage (in need of refurbishment). To the west of the Cottage and Barn there is a partially walled Orchard.

Fishing Rights

There are approximately 250 yards of double bank fishing rights on the river Avon with the property.


Mains water, electricity and drainage, Oil fired central heating, Broadband speed up to 76mbps fibre (Source uswitch.com). Council Tax Band G £2657.85 payable 16/17

Agents Note

A clause requiring an uplift payment in the event of planning permission for residential development of the Orchard being granted will be included in the conveyance.

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