Chitterne, Wiltshire

/Chitterne, Wiltshire

Chitterne, Wiltshire

£275,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 10329672
  • Availability: Sold STC
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Property Features

  • Exciting opportunity to create a new dwelling
  • Elevated edge of village position with superb views
  • Sitting Room & Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Three Bedrooms & Two Bath/Shower Rooms
  • Ample parking and turning area
  • Potential paddocks, in all about 2 acres
  • Further land may be available by separate negotiation

Property Summary

A former agricultural barn with planning permission under Class Q to be converted into a residential dwelling set in an elevated position with long reaching views & a paddock.


Chitterne Village Barn is an excellent opportunity to create a superb modern property with an open plan layout in the region of 1700 sq ft. The site would also be ideally suited to the equestrian enthusiast with a good-sized area of field included in the sale and the possibility of further land available by separate negotiation. The current owners have undertaken a number of surveys and calculations which can be made available to a purchaser.

The planning application number under Wiltshire Council is 17/10887/PNCOU. Further details from the selling agents.


A gravelled drive leads up from the road to a level parking and turning area on the north eastern side of the barn. Space has been created to the rear of the barn to establish a terrace and garden; although the owners may happy to assist with further excavation if required. The main area of land is situated to the north west of the barn, bordered by mature hedging and stock proof fencing.

The new owner will be required to fence the new boundaries with stock proof fencing.


Chitterne is a small rural community situated amidst the gently rolling chalk downland on the southwestern edge of Salisbury Plain close to where it meets the lovely Wylye Valley. The village has an active village hall, country inn, church, playground and cricket club whilst the nearby larger villages of Codford, Heytesbury and Shrewton have between them good everyday amenities including a choice of shops, post offices, primary schools, petrol stations, doctors’ surgeries and vets. The market town of Warminster is about 8 miles away and has supermarkets, shops, health and leisure facilities as well as a railway station with services to London, Bristol and Southampton whilst Westbury has direct rail service to London (Paddington). The nearest regional airports are at Bournemouth, Bristol and Southampton.

Chitterne is in a lovely but not isolated setting not far from the A36 giving convenient access to the medieval cathedral city of Salisbury and Roman city of Bath with the A303 close by for London, the West Country and the motorway network. The village is an excellent base for several highly respected schools in both the state and private sectors including amongst many others; Dauntseys, Warminster School, and Salisbury’s grammar and independent schools. Chitterne is surrounded by lovely open stretches of undulating countryside ideal for a variety of rural pursuits including walking, riding, field sports and cycling. Racing is at Salisbury, Bath and Wincanton, sailing at Shearwater, rugby union at Bath with golf at Erlestoke, Tollard Royal, Warminster and Salisbury. There are several famous visitor attractions in the area such as Stourhead Gardens, Longleat Safari Park, Wilton House, Salisbury Cathedral and Stonehenge.