Grade II listed Wiltshire guest house on the market for nearly £1.5m

Christie & Co has been appointed to market Fairlawn House Guest House, situated close to the one of the world’s most famous prehistoric monuments, Stonehenge.

Fairlawn House is being marketed off a freehold guide price of £1,450,000.

Built in 1838, the Grade II listed property boasts a rich history, having been adapted for a variety of uses over the years, including doctor’s surgery, auction house and esteemed ladies finishing school before being transformed into a guest house.

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Occupying a prominent position on the High Street, the business has been consistently trading well since the owners took over in 2010 and benefits from a mixture of leisure and corporate guests.

Fairlawn’s current owners, Keith and Tracey Pullen, said: “We are looking to pursue other business ventures and new challenges, having successfully grown the Fairlawn House business over the last eight years.”

Richard Wood, Senior Business Agent at Christie & Co, will oversee the sale.

He said: “Fairlawn House is ideally situated two miles away from the World Heritage Site, Stonehenge, benefitting from strong tourist trade all year round.

“The business would suit a hands-on owner operator looking to relocate and run a profitable guest house set in a remarkable property which has been at the heart of the community throughout its various incarnations over the years.”

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