Converted 17th-century former mill available for rent

A river actually runs through it! Charming 17th-century former mill with water views and an orchard is available for rent

  • A charming 17th century former mill with a river running through it has come on to the market for rent 
  • The Mill House, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, has a eye-catching ‘grotto’ that opens up on to the River Bourne 
  • The former mill is an idyllic four-bedroom home boasting exposed brick walls and overhead oak beams 

A charming 17th-century former mill with a river running through it in the picturesque English countryside has come on to the market for rent.

The Mill House, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, has a eye-catching ‘grotto’ that opens up on to the River Bourne.

The property stopped being used as a mill during the Second World War and was subsequently transformed into a idyllic four-bedroom home with exposed brick walls and overhead oak beams.

A charming 17th century former mill with a river running through it in the picturesque English countryside has come on to the market for rent. The Mill House, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, has an eye-catching ‘grotto’ that opens up on to the River Bourne

The property stopped being used as a mill during the Second World War and was subsequently transformed into an idyllic four-bedroom home with exposed brick walls and overhead oak beams

It is available for rent for £3,000 a month with estate agent Hamptons International, who point to its wonderfully homely feel, with a long wooden kitchen table ready to just as easily host friends and family as children before the school-run

It is available for rent for £3,000 a month with estate agent Hamptons International, who point to its wonderfully homely feel, with a long wooden kitchen table ready to just as easily host friends and family as children before the school-run. 

The property has an entrance hall, kitchen-come-dining room, a sun room, a sitting room, a study and a reception room opening onto the river.

On the first floor the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, while there are three more bedrooms.

It is available for rent for £3,000 a month with estate agent Hamptons International, who point to its wonderfully homely feel, with a long wooden kitchen table ready to just as easily host friends and family as children before the school-run.

The property has an entrance hall, kitchen-come-dining room, a sun room, a sitting room, a study and a reception room opening onto the river

A further reception room is located on this floor with the ceiling exposed to the roof structure.

The second floor has a large open plan living space which is ideal for entertaining.

Outside, there is a workshop and an outhouse for storing garden equipment.

The garden runs alongside the river with fruit trees and shrubs.

On the first floor the master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, while there are three more bedrooms

The property has an entrance hall, kitchen-come-dining room, a sun room, a sitting room, a study and a reception room opening onto the river

There is a medieval listed bridge in the driveway and a Tudor manor used to stand in the next-door field. The home’s present owners bought it from the family who converted the property after the war

There is a medieval listed bridge in the driveway and a Tudor manor used to stand in the next door field.

The home’s present owners bought it from the family who converted the property after the war.

A Hamptons International spokesperson said: ‘This truly fabulous home is beautifully presented throughout and offers a unique opportunity to live in a stunning home on the edge of the heart of the City.

‘The well proportioned accommodation is set over three floors and is packed with outstanding period features not to mention the reception room opening onto the river.’

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