Tidworth Hampshire SP9 Snoddington Lane

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Features at a glance

  • Manor house with 9 bedroooms and 5 Reception rooms
  • Separate lodge with 3 bedrooms
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court
  • Victorian stable block
  • Pastureland with haha
  • About 50.32 acres

A handsome and substantial manor house with separate lodge set in 50 acres of beautiful grounds

The welcoming reception hall has an open fireplace and a sweeping staircase that leads to the first-floor accommodation. The ground floor reception rooms include the substantial formal drawing room, which was originally designed as a ballroom. This spectacular room features a circular nook in the corner tower and beautiful parquet flooring. There is wonderful sitting room, which features a large arched picture window to the front, and a further reception room which is currently a bright family room but could be utilised as a dining room, if required. Set off the hallway is a comfortable study and the inner hallway leads you down to a fabulous kitchen and breakfast room. This lovely living space feels very much like the ‘hub’ of the house and features bi-fold doors that open to the garden. The kitchen area itself has a bespoke range of modern fitted units that incorporate a large fridge and an Everhot range. From the breakfast area, a door leads through to the rear passage where a large walk-in larder, utility room and boot/log store rooms can be found.

There are seven bedrooms on the first floor, including the stunning and rather generous principal bedroom with its en suite bathroom. Two family bathrooms are located on the first floor, as well as a useful walk-in laundry/ linen room. The second floor has a further two bedrooms and a shower room

This property has 50.32 acres of land.


The Lodge Located to the side of the front entrance gates stands a very attractive lodge house, which is ideal for use by family members, or as a rental home. It comprises more than 1,800 sq. ft of living space, including a sitting room, a study and a large kitchen and breakfast room. There is one ground-floor bedroom and upstairs, a further two bedrooms. Both the ground floor and first floor have family bathrooms. The lodge has its own vehicle entrance as well as parking for numerous cars and a large garden.

Outside Snoddington Manor is approached through automated wrought iron gates and down a long tree-lined driveway that culminates at the front of the house where extensive parking can be found. There are some wonderful far reaching countryside views from the house and across land belonging to the house. The formal gardens are enclosed and feature a heated swimming pool and glass summer house, and in one corner, a small copse of trees and mature bushes that attract numerous species of animals and birds; a real haven for wildlife. To the rear of the house stands the newly re-surfaced hard tennis court and beyond are 2 paddocks where a variety of livestock or horses can be kept. A track leads up to the 2 large agricultural barns and further paddock land can be found beyond, which are ideal for grazing livestock or serving as equine training and exercise grounds.

Set to the side of the house is a Victorian stable block, which features original Victorian stalls with iron supports and railings, whilst an external staircase leads up to a significant first floor area, which is currently used as a hobbies room, although has potential to convert into a gymnasium or other leisure facility. Situated to the side of the stables is a further storage room and the garaging.


Snoddington Manor is in a rural position just outside the Hampshire village of Shipton Bellinger. The village provides several everyday amenities, including a local shop, a village hall and a primary school, while further facilities can be accessed less than three miles away in Tidworth, including a range of shops and supermarkets. Further schooling in the area includes the outstanding-rated Bishop’s Wordsworth CofE Grammar School, the independent Salisbury Cathedral School and Farleigh School. The area is well connected by road with the A303 passing nearby, while mainline rail can be accessed at Grateley, which runs regular services to London Waterloo

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