Rural Property for sale
We are asked to sell a broad range of country properties for our clients including country houses, village cottages, family homes, barn conversions and apartments in stately homes. We are known primarily for selling homes in the Salisbury Valleys and across South Wiltshire, North Dorset, South Somerset and West Hampshire.
Whether you are looking to buy a rural property or market town house please scroll down our list of available stock below and click on any that look of interest for further information.
If you can not find what you are looking for here or would like to know more about any of the properties we are marketing do get in touch and we would be pleased to discuss your requirements and let you know if anything suitable may be coming our way.
Finding a country house for sale can sometimes be a burden but we are here to help with your search. Occasionally we are asked not to openly market a property but just to mention it to discerning buyers already known to us so a call to the office can be worthwhile.
We are known for selling cottages, farm houses, manor houses, properties with land, equestrian properties, barn conversions, village houses, market town houses and country apartments. We take great pleasure in the diversity of our stock and each new instruction is a pleasure to discuss with you, the buyer.
If you are considering selling your country property please contact us for a free and discreet market appraisal. We would be delighted to hear from you.
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