Netherhampton farm sits to the south west of Salisbury on the southern flank of the valley of the River Nadder – one of Salisbury’s five rivers. Formerly a working farm, it was constructed in 1835 by the Pembroke Estate to a ground-breaking design. Innovation has continued on the site, and this wonderful development is an impressive rejuvenation. All the houses are fitted with Scandinavian-manufactured air source heat pumps – a much more sustainable heating method which produces a tiny fraction of the CO2 emissions of gas or oil central heating. The houses are fitted extremely efficient biofuel burners to provide additional warmth. These attractive stoves look just like traditional wood burners but burn liquid biofuel, a very efficient, renewable product made from waste organic matter, which burns with no smoke or odour.
Well-equipped kitchens, homely reception rooms and relaxing bathrooms ensure that you will get the most out of every room in your new home, the greatest care has been taken with the installation, decoration and finishing of each and every item. From the hand-cut stone construction and the innovative biofuel burner to the characterful monkey-tail window latches and the Belfast kitchen sink, everything is designed and planned to be just so. The more traditional features are complemented by contemporary touches like luxurious rainfall shower heads, bi-fold garden doors and integrated USB sockets. Each of the properties at Netherhampton Farm is designed for modern family life – and on many of the units, purchasers will be able to choose their own finishes
Each property has solar panels to supply electricity for the heat pump and other needs. Generating power individually is an extremely sustainable way to substantially reduce long-term running costs, as well as reducing pollution and keeping the carbon footprint of the development low. We have taken great care to construct these new homes using traditional materials, such as hand-cut natural Lincolnshire stone, which has been used in buildings as diverse as St Pancras Station, Norwich Cathedral and Haneda Airport in Tokyo and supplied by one of the country’s leading quarries. Natural stone has a low carbon footprint compared to other materials and these homes have been designed to echo the original 1830s design.
Netherhampton is a quiet, pretty community with a village church and nursery school. The nearby town of Wilton has a range of amenities including a small supermarket, bakery, a doctor, dentist, cafés, pubs, a hotel with restaurant and a weekly market. Wilton House has been used as a location for the drama epics Bridgerton and The Crown. Salisbury racecourse and the South Wilts golf club are both very close to Netherhampton Farm. The village of Broad Chalke, with its crystal clear chalk stream and delightful pub the Queen’s Head, was voted one of the best villages to live in in the UK in 2021 and lies just over the hill from Netherhampton. Salisbury is well located for travel to the south and west, with regular rail services; there are good connections via the A36 between Bath and the M27, and the A303 for east–west journeys.
The gardens feature landscaping by Chelsea Gold Award-winning designers Landform Consultants. They include many native trees and a wide variety of plants to encourage pollinators and other wildlife, and marginal planting round the attenuation pond, which collects run-off water and supports biodiversity. The green avenue is designed to enhance the view of the cathedral.
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