A former brewery converted into a mixed-use development in Wiltshire is on the market for £1.5 million.

The Old Brewery in Mere, south of Warminster, has been put up for sale with a combined 14,531sq feet of residential and commercial floor space available.

The property was originally a brewery dating back to the 1800s but became a milk factory in 1900 and was later operated by Cow & Gate and Unigate.

In the 1970s it was transformed into the home of the Yapp Brothers Wine Merchants and has continued this use until the present day.

The site is now split into a two-storey five-bedroom house, spread over 4102sq feet, including loft space and a conservatory.

The Old Brewery in MereThe Old Brewery in Mere (Image: Rightmove)

The rest of the property comprises several commercial buildings including six warehouse and storage areas, a wine shop, and a sales office.

Robin Yapp, who purchased the buildings in the 1970s, carried out a full restoration of the house during this period.

During these works the two original cottages were amalgamated into a single dwelling which is now described as “one of the most recognisable properties in the centre of Mere.”

The site also includes The Pound, an access way off Hazzards Hill which is no longer used.