With its ever-improving transport links a Wiltshire home search is an increasingly viable option for those seeking a convenient escape from the bustle of London. Garrington South West have developed an extensive network of contacts in order to be able to help you identify and secure a country home or rental property to meet your requirements. We are often able to create exclusive access for clients with Wiltshire home search requirements to properties that are not on the open market.
Wiltshire seems to be a county that is often overlooked by buyers and we always encourage our clients to consider extending their brief to include a Wiltshire home search. The area is steeped in ancient history and, many feel it has a special feel to it as a result. Mesolithic, Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements were spread across hillsides and downlands of the county. Stonehenge and Avebury are the most well known Neolithic sites in the UK with the stone circles at Avebury having been named as the second best heritage site in the world.
Salisbury Plain is a large area of chalk downland used mainly for arable farming and the army uses it for a principal training ground. Within the city of Salisbury the cathedral, built in the late eleventh century, is a major tourist attraction as well as maintaining its primary function as a place of worship. Salisbury itself maintains its traditional farmers market as well as providing the café culture that goes with today’s urban living. The other principal attraction in Wiltshire is Longleat, home of the Marquis of Bath with its safari park and grand Elizabethan country house.
The county has good state and private education facilities including Marlborough College founded in 1843 which sits in heart of the market town of Marlborough, a hugely popular destination for international and UK tourism alike.
Garrington South West has an in depth knowledge of the area to enable us to focus on the location and properties which match your Wiltshire home search brief ensuring that your chosen property will meet all your requirements and budget. Please feel free to contact us or visit the Wiltshire County Council website for more, general information about the area.