A unique and historic estate in the hamlet of Billingham, near Chillerton, including a Grade II* listed manor house, separate detached cottage, traditional and modern farm buildings and 130 acres of arable, pasture and woodland is on the Isle of Wight property market with BCM, for £3 million. 

For sale either as a whole estate or in three separate lots, the new owner would enjoy six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a tree-lined driveway, a tennis court and extensive land.

The main lot incorporates beautiful Billingham Manor House, which was recorded in the Domesday Book as being held by Williams Fitz Stur, in 1085.

The current manor dates, in part, to 1631.

It was re-modelled around 1730 by Edward Worsley and was once owned by novelist J.B. Priestly. In fact, it is believed his autobiography, Rain Upon Godshill, was composed whilst looking out across to the south of the Island, from Billingham Manor.

The manor's extensive accommodation includes a drawing room, billiard room, six substantial double bedrooms, two with en-suite facilities, and a large attic and cellar.

Also included in this lot is a cottage and farm buildings, as well as just under 19 acres of pastureland and woodland.

The cottage has its own pedestrian entrance and a plot of 0.24 acres.

It is detached and thatched, with a kitchen, lounge and bathroom on the ground floor and two double bedrooms on the first floor. 

Should you decide not to splash out buying the whole estate, the second available lot is a farm building and arable land, extending to just over 56 acres.

Lot three is comprised of further land, totalling just under 50 acres.