Auction Property

This Victorian Manor House Is Like A Setting For Jane Eyre

I am such a sucker for period features. Forget the fact I know full well old houses have a load of issues, I LOVE old properties. And when it comes with such a picture perfect sash window with a view like this, I’m there.

And that’s before you’ve even seen the entrance hall:

Or the beautifully proportioned rooms that you just wouldn’t find in many modern houses these days.

Funtington House in Edington, Westbury, Wiltshire is quite a rare find. Guided at £625,000+, this 4/5 bedroom Victorian manor house is in need of modernisation. Coming with a detached three storey malt house and half an acre of land, this property offers potential.

According to the auctioneer, “Edington is a desirable village steeped in history on the northern edge of Salisbury Plain and approximately 17 miles from Bath. It has a wonderful C13th century priory church, where the renowned Edington Music Festival is held every August, plus numerous concerts throughout the year. There is also a very popular farm shop selling locally produced products and a mini brewery. The Three Daggers is a gourmet pub, with luxury B&B accommodation. There is a much used village hall, post office and children’s play park. A doctor’s surgery and supermarket can be found in Bratton (1 mile).”

The property is also pretty well connected with easy access to the M3 and M4 motorways and nearby Westbury has a mainline train station to London Paddington, 85 mins. Bristol airport is also 35 miles away.

As for the property – it’s a veritable plethora of rooms. On the ground floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Shower Room, Cloakroom, Rear Vestibule and Garden Room. On the first floor: Landing, 4 Bedrooms, Bedroom 5/Kitchenette and Bathroom. The Malthouse has three floors of storerooms.

Funtington House goes to auction on 13th February. Contact the auctioneers for more info.

Funtington House, 10 Tinhead Road, Edington, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 4PH


  1. Andrew Belcher

    I know this house well. I stayed there a lot both as a child and an adult.

    I don’t suppose you now of any surviving family members?


    Andy Belcher

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