Here are some of the most expensive houses on the market in Wiltshire.

Melksham:  Shaw House - Originally built in 1711 by a wealthy wool merchant and subsequently extended in 1840 by John Smith.
Located at the end of a straight tree-lined avenue - and has nine bedrooms!

Price: £4m

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Salisbury: The Old Rectory in Chilmark. Eight bedrooms and five bathrooms, a riding arena and stables, swimming pool, tennis court and set in about 12 acres.

Price: £3.85m

Salisbury Journal: The Old RectoryThe Old Rectory

Ramsbury:  A five bedroomed farm house designed by a local architect with 27 loose boxes for horses and surrounded by pemanent pasture and turnout paddocks. The estate agent Kinght Frank says the occupation of the property is limited to people involved in equestrian and agricultural activities.

Price: £3.75m

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Malmesbury: The main house of Garsdon Mill overlooks the millpond which is on a
tributary of the River Avon.  It has five bedrooms, four bathrooms four reception rooms and sits in 54 acres near Charlton.

Price: £3.25m

Salisbury Journal: Garsdon MillGarsdon Mill

Pewsey:  This eight bedroom pad at Manningford Abbots was built in 2002. 

The current owners have carried out significant remodelling and an extension to double the size to 10,000 sq.ft. There is a separate one bedroom staff flat.

Price: £2.4m

Salisbury Journal: Manningford Abbots house has a staff flatManningford Abbots house has a staff flat