A home in an impressive Grade II*-listed Victorian mansion has been put up for sale in Wiltshire.

Highfield is located on Hilperton Road in Trowbridge and has been listed on the property market with Hamptons for £1,350,000.

Divided in the 1930s, the house retains decorative features in all the prominent rooms making it a real gem in the county.

A long private driveway leads to the striking façade with decorative figures carved into the stone of the portico.

Swindon Advertiser: The hidden bar is a stunning addition to the property.The hidden bar is a stunning addition to the property. (Image: Hamptons)

The grounds of Highfield are approximately 1.4 acres with iron gates opening into the gravel drive, sweeping through the garden into a large parking area.

Stepping inside and the entrance hall has stained glass windows on either side of the door, designed to follow the sun from east to west.

The reception hall is a hexagonal Atrium with mosaic tiling and a winding stone staircase leading to the first floor’s galleried landing.

Moving through to the kitchen and you will find a dining table, sofa and chairs positioned in front of a fireplace.

Swindon Advertiser: The orangery features an Italian lava stone cove in the corner of the room.The orangery features an Italian lava stone cove in the corner of the room. (Image: Hamptons)

The drawing room has a tall gilded and painted ceiling with intricate plasterwork, silk wall panels understood to be hand-painted in Italy as well as a central carved marble fireplace.

Access to the garden can be gained from the full-height windows while the stunning orangery is also available nearby.

This opulent room is made of wrought iron and glass and features an Italian lava stone cove in the corner of the room giving the property its Grade II*-listing.

The ground floor is also home to a further sitting room with a picturesque ceiling, a study as well as several anterooms and an artist’s studio.

An inner hall including a hidden bar, leads down to the extensive cellar that features a laundry room, workshop, office, wine cellar and gym.

Swindon Advertiser: The sitting room is charming and homely.The sitting room is charming and homely. (Image: Hamptons)

Light floods down from the cupola on the roof of the first-floor atrium and features specialist carvings representing earth, wind, water and fire.

All four bedrooms are large with the principal bedroom including an en-suite bathroom while the other three bedrooms are served by a bathroom.

Moving outside and a pond can be found as well as several gardens with a variety of mature trees as well as a large wooden shed.

Elsewhere there is a carport, further parking and a garage workshop in need of some repair.

The property is situated in the council tax band of G and if you are interested in viewing it or making an offer, you can contact Hamptons on 01225 434958.