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181.68 acres, Lot 1, Box, SN13, Wiltshire
For Sale - Guide Price £7,500,000


  • 10 bedrooms
  • 8 reception rooms
  • 10 bathrooms
  • 180.65 acres
  • Outbuildings
  • Period
  • Conservatory
  • Equestrian
  • Garden
  • Rural

Hazelbury Manor is an exceptional Grade I listed Manor house, lying within extensive gardens and 180 acres of pasture and woodland.

The main approach to the house is via a third of a mile long straight drive, which leads down to a pair of 17th century gate piers with attached Grade II listed Coach House. The Grade I Manor is constructed of rubble, stone, and ashlar, and has a courtyard plan based over 2½ storeys.

Access to the house is from the south, with oak doors leading to a reception hall, which in turn provides access to the 15th century Great hall, with a large battlemented canted bay and 2-storey battlemented porch tower and gallery. To the west of the Great hall, there is a stone passageway with stairs that lead to the sitting room, family room, and a doorway to the central court. The rear passageway provides stairs to the first floor. To the east of the Great hall lies the south facing dining room, with its ornate fireplace and entrance hall, and a kitchen to the north. A side hall provides access to an office, utility, larder, and various service rooms, which in turn leads to the Dower House.

To the north of the kitchen is the kitchen courtyard, with access to the plant room and boiler room. On the first floor, stairs lead to a beautiful dual aspect drawing room. A landing subsequently provides access to a guest bedroom with anti-room and within the courtyard plan, an additional 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, family room, study, and archive room. A side landing to the west provides access to a further 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and various service rooms. To the north, a second stairway provides access to the pool house and swimming pool. On the second floor, the courtyard plan provides access to a further 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Immediately to the south of the house is a rectangular walled garden with a set of entrance piers attached to the Coach House. Central steps lead up to a balustraded terrace situated along the south front of the Manor. To the east, beyond the Granary, there is a rectangular enclosure surrounded by a dry-stone wall that is gently terraced, sloping down to a central level lawn. The lawn is surrounded by yew hedged garden rooms, including a rose garden, an orchard, a wide borders garden, a foliage garden, a long rose garden, and a small parterre garden planted with box and yew called The Chess Set.

The Manor lies in a parkland setting of some 182 acres of organic pastureland and amenity broadleaf woodland. The land lies predominantly to the south and west of the Manor, with access gained via the main drive to the south east, or a secondary drive that approaches from the direction of Box village.

A 17th century courtyard is located off the entrance drive to the south west of the Manor, providing an extensive range of attractive and traditional stone barns providing stabling, storage and staff restrooms. The buildings include a coach house, stables, nursery building, squash court, and, to the rear, a pair of greenhouses, with a further range of modern steel portal framed livestock buildings, workshop, and fodder store.

LOT 2 ~ THE OLD TOLL HOUSE (separate negotiation)
Located in the south west corner of the Estate, the accommodation of the Old Toll House comprises entrance hall, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, and a basement utility room.

Hazelbury Manor is an exceptional Grade I listed Manor house, lying within extensive gardens and 165 acres of pasture and woodland. A short distance from the popular Wiltshire village of Box, which offers an excellent range of local facilities.

The Estate is located in a desirable part of north Wiltshire, well served by rail and road along the M4 corridor, situated 8 miles from the Georgian city of Bath, which offers a more comprehensive range of facilities.

There is a train service from Chippenham to London Paddington (56 minutes) going approximately every half an hour. The M4 motorway J17 is approximately 10.5 miles to the north, providing quick road access to London, Bristol, Swindon, and the M5 motorway. Heathrow airport (1 hour 40 minutes) and Bristol airport (27 miles west).

There is an excellent range of schools in the area, including the Royal High School in Bath, Westonbirt, Marlborough College, Dauntsey's and St. Mary's Calne. Racing can be found at Bath Racecourse, polo a

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