Manor Farm house, Hamptworth Salisbury
Manor Farm house dates back to the 17th century and was originally two cottages. Part of the Hamptworth Estate, it is located within the northern border of the New Forest National Park. Now converted into one “Long house” style dwelling it is full of period features and charm. Exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace with a log burner, add to the ambience of this detached house. There is ample parking and a large garden extending around the house with a lawn to the East and a large pond to the West.
The guest bedroom has a double bed and is adjacent to the family bathroom. There is a further double guest bedroom and single bedroom.
The house is entered via the utility room and kitchen which leads onto the open plan living room. Beyond, there is the formal dining room and drawing room. In keeping with the age and style of the house Manor Farm House is furnished with period and antique furniture.
The local area. Manor Farm House is approximately 1 mile south of the A36 between Salisbury and Southampton. The famous Cuckoo Inn is approximately 300m away. The village of Landford, 1 mile, contains a village shop and post office. There are a wide range of visitor attractions in the New Forest, details of which can be found on the National Park .