Newhouse Estate

We are delighted to introduce the Newhouse Estate which is a wonderful Grade I listed, Jacobean Manor House found twenty minutes South of the historic city of Salisbury on the Wiltshire/Hampshire border.

Newhouse is approached by a long avenue lined with lime and cherry trees, and boasts wonderful lawns and stunning surrounding woodland.

Built in 1609, Newhouse was designed in a Y shape to represent the three arms of the Trinity and is one of only a few ‘trinity’ houses in Britain, thereby providing a truly authentic backdrop for many types of Period Drama Productions

The Estate is made up of 1,300 acres of beautiful parkland and woodland and Production Managers should note that there is ample room for Unit Vehicles.

There are a host of locations internally and externally for both still and film shooting and Newhouse provides great camera positions for filming the stunning surroundings.

Production Designers and Art Directors will be pleased to know that this Grade I listed Jacobean Manor house contains – amongst others – two very large rooms. The ballroom and dining room are both sizeable and very adaptable for filming purposes. The Library, although smaller in size, is wonderful in design and still has its original early 17th century fireplace. Externally the views looking from a distance towards the house make a brilliant period backdrop.

Newhouse is not new to filming and has been used in the past for the setting of a Ruth Rendell Mystery ‘Kissing the Gunners Daughter’ and for 3 or 4 years was home to the filming of ‘Dogs with Dunbar’.

Contact: Sandra Aldridge or George Jeffreys | Tel: 01725 510055 | email:

Newhouse Estate, Redlynch, Wiltshire SP5 2NX |

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