Rural Property for Sale and to Let

The Chalke Valley

This area remains as popular as ever and is stunningly beautiful, being relatively sparsely populated with villages of varying sizes, large farms and agricultural estates.

Overview

The Chalke valley stretches from the unspoilt village of Berwick St John in the west to Bodenham in the east.

The River Ebble, a pretty wild chalksteam with its source in up-market Alvediston flows throughout the valley. It is one of five rivers that Salisbury is famed for and joins the Avon at Bodenham. 

This area remains as popular as ever and is stunningly beautiful, being relatively sparsely populated with villages of varying sizes, large farms and agricultural estates. Consequently, availability of the best houses are always in short supply and many stay in the same hands for generations. Annually in late June the renowned Chalke Valley History Festival takes place on the edge of Broad Chalke which is great fun for all the family and such is it’s reputation that many thousands flock to it each year. 

Local pubs we like include:

  • Horseshoe Inn – Ebbesborne Wake
  • The Talbot – Berwick St John
  • Queens Head – Broad Chalke
  • White Heart – Bishopstone
  • Horseshoe Inn Ebbesborne Wake

State Schools

Broad Chalke & Coombe Bisset. Bishop Wordsworth Boys Grammar & South West Wilts Girls Grammar in Salisbury. Private Schools include Chafyn Grove, Salisbury Cathedral School and Godolphin.

Rail links

Salisbury to London Waterloo from 1 hr 30 mins.

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