•Alderbury House is one of the most elegant Georgian houses in Wiltshire and is set in a an attractive position overlooking a lake (see separate note) and parkland and with distant views over attractive rolling countryside.
•The house, which is listed Grade II* was believed to have been designed by James Wyatt in the late 18th Century, but recent research suggests it may be by Benjamin Latrobe who designed the White House in Washington.
•The main part of the house is ashlar faced stone under a slate roof and is believed (according to Pevsner) to have been built in materials from the campanile of Salisbury Cathedral. It offers grand and elegant reception rooms, yet the house remains a comfortable and manageable size. The reception rooms in particular have good ceiling heights, fine guided cornices and many other period details.
•With the delightful gardens, swimming pool, tennis court, lodge, cottage and attractive parkland, Alderbury House offers all the attributes of an elegant yet very liveable country house.
•The key features are:
Elegant Grade II* Listed Georgian House
•Distant views over attractive rolling countryside
•Delightful grounds including swimming pool and tennis court
•Ancillary accommodation including The Lodge and Cottage
•Outbuildings including garaging, workshop, 2 stores and a loft over
•In all about 33 acres of stunning landscaped gardens and parkland.
•Guide Price Excess of £5 million Plus/ $6.4 Million plus
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