Chicksgrove Manor Farm comprises the 4 bedroom Manor House with a separate self contained 2 bedroom garden annexe and a historically significant Grade II listed thatched granary, all within the immediate grounds. To the north of the house is the Grade II Listed 4 bedroom Park House, two separate farm yards and the majority of the pasture and woodland. The River Nadder, water meadows and formal garden are across the road to the south of the Manor House. There are fishing rights on the river Nadder, and a successful family shoot operated for many years across the farm.
The land is predominantly set in the beautiful Wiltshire Downs,
with well maintained fences and hedgerows that were mainly
planted in the early 1990's. There are mature pockets of
deciduous woodland and views as far as the Fovant Badges to
the south. The land is some of the most beautiful in Wiltshire and is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Lower Chicksgrove itself dates back to the 12th Century and is situated on the north bank of the River Nadder in the rolling Wiltshire Downs. The area is famous as the source of Chilmark stone that was used to build Salisbury Cathedral and is the stone used to build Chicksgrove Manor, Garden Cottage, Park House and some of the traditional farm buildings.