Bare pasture with planning permission for 5MW solar farm. Old WW2 airfield. Great access. Arable improvement potential. 40 acre plot with solar planning permission. In total 152.78 acres. Available as a whole or in two lots. Lot 1 - Lot 1 extends to 103.43 acres of Grade 3 land and is all currently in grass. On 20th June 2011, West Oxfordshire District Council granted planning permission for the 5MW solar farm on a 40 acre field marked by green hatching on the plan. The solar farm has the potential to generate enough energy to satisfy the needs of 1,200 homes. The area of land covered by panels is only on a 40 acres plot. The land has been unused for a number of years and this proposal presents an opportunity to restore the land increasing both biodiversity and productivity. For further details about the planning permission please contact the vendors agent. In all about 103. Lot 2 - The land in Lot 2, as in Lot 1 also, is Grade 3. It is a shallow well drained lime rich calcareous loamy soil over limestone and is currently all down to grass. On the easterly boundary can be found the remainder of one of the runways providing good access to the land. In all about 49.35 acres Burford 3 miles Oxford 23 miles Central London 81 miles (All distances are approximate).
LOCATION The village of East Hendred lies at the foot of the Berkshire downs in South Oxfordshire in an area of outstanding natural beauty offering good access to the market towns of Wantage, Didcot and Abingdon with the A34 road network only 5 minutes drive. Within the village there are two primary schools, three public houses and a thriving village stores/ post office plus numerous clubs and societies covering the complete age range, The property is situated on the southern edge of the village with access to surrounding cycle routes and the historic ridgeway. Didcot mainline station (c.5 miles) offers access to London (Paddington) in around 45 minutes. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1677537/
Farmyard and buildings with income potential and paddocks. In a ring fence extending in all about 15 acres. Freehold Lot 2 of a wider sale. Situation Old Farmhouse farmyard lies within the rural Oxfordshire village of Black Bourton with its Norman church of St Mary, The Vines restaurant and its local community areas incorporating childrens play areas and tennis court. Local facilities are available at Bampton (2 miles) and Carterton (3.5 miles). The University city of Oxford is 20 miles distant with its educational, cultural and retail facilities. A mainline station at Charlbury 15 miles with a service to London Paddington in 90 minutes. Farm Building Portal frame agricultural barn with lean-to with corrugated tin roof and part block work walls and concrete floor. Currently used for storage with a work shop area with inspection pit and single office. Extending in all to about 5, 362ft2 (498m2). Yard Adjacent to the farm buildings is a yard area, part concrete and part hard standing. The farm buildings and yard area are accessed from a separate concrete driveway and benefit from security lighting and three phase electricity. The Land All down to permanent pasture and fenced into individual paddocks with post and wire fencing. Mains fed water troughs supply the individual paddocks and there is a timber field shelter to the north of the land with rubble floor and felt roof. Local Authority West Oxfordshire District Council: , Oxfordshire County Council: Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2391384/
Traditional range of agricultural barns/outbuildings benefitting from full detailed planning permission for their conversion into 7 residential units (full residential use) together with installation of a mini sewage plant. Access to the outbuildings is via a newly constructed driveway. Situated in pleasant rural location surrounded by open countryside. Description Planning permission has been granted under planning reference 47C105B for the conversion of existing outbuildings into seven residential units (full residential use) and installation of a mini sewage plan. Access to the outbuildings is via a newly constructed driveway. Notice Of Decision Granted Planning notice dated 14th January 2008. Reference number 47C105B. We are informed by the Local Authority that as works have commences at the entrance of the site, they confirm that planning permission has been safeguarded. Planning Authority Anglesey County Council, Council Offices, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7TW. Planning Authority A copy of the decision and proposed units may be inspected at Morgan Evans & Company Limited, Head Office, 28-30 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey at any time during normal office hours. Services To be connected by the purchaser. NB The plan provided with these particulars is not to scale and is merely provided as a means of identifying the approximate location of the plot. Range of traditional agricultural barns. Planning permission for conversion. 7 residential units. Construction of new vehicular & pedestrian access. Pleasant rural location with open countryside. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. All measurements are approximate. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t299853/
Thomas Campbell Estate Agents are excited to present this fantastic opportunity to purchase this FOUR BEDROOM detached VICTORIAN FARM HOUSE for sale set in nearly FIVE ACRES (stms). Situated conveniently close to Tattershall and Conningsby and just 14 miles from Lincoln and the market town of Boston, the property is ideally located. Also presenting commercial opportunities, approximately 8000 sq. ft. of VARIED OUTBUILDINGS are also situated on the property including a 40ft WORKSHOP. The selling agent highly recommends viewing. Full details coming soon .... IMPORTANT NOTICE These particulars which have been produced with the greatest of care and attention, and are only intended to give the purchaser a guide to the description of the property. They are prepared to comply with the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991; however they are for guidance only and must not be relied on as a statement of fact. These particulars do not constitute an offer or contract. Intended purchasers should satisfy themselves by inspection to the property and its appliances, equipment and services as these have not been tested. Draft details awaiting vendors approval. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1734194/
An attractive Grade II Listed Cotswold stone farmhouse set in attractive mature gardens and grounds. Extending in all to about 0.7 acres. Freehold 5 bedroom farmhouse, stables, offices, gardens and grounds. Lot 1 of a wider sale further land and buildings available by separate negotiation. Situation Old Farmhouse lies within the rural Oxfordshire village of Black Bourton with its Norman church of St Mary, The Vines restaurant and its local community areas incorporating childrens play areas and tennis court. Local facilities are available at Bampton (2 miles) and Carterton (3.5 miles). The University city of Oxford is 20 miles distant with its educational, cultural and retail facilities. A mainline station at Charlbury 15 miles with a service to London Paddington in 90 minutes. Description Accessed by a private drive with wooden electric gated entrance the farmhouse is built of Cotswold stone under a part Stonesfield part Welsh blue slate roof with courtyard parking and formal gardens surrounding. Entering through the back door the accommodation comprises:- Ground Floor Entrance porch with stone floor and Firebird boiler and door through to the kitchen with wall and floor mounted units, single sink and drainer, electric oven with a particular feature being the well which is covered with Perspex and lit with submerged lighting. Continuing through to a dining room with open fire with stone hearth and Cotswold stone surround. A door leads through to the family room with French doors to outside. The drawing room is full of character with exposed beams, inglenook fireplace with stone hearth and Cotswold stone surround and timber sash windows with views over open countryside. A door leads through to the sitting room with stairs to the first floor and door to outside. A door leads to the study and downstairs wc. First Floor From the dining room stairs lead to the first floor and master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. Along the hallway bedroom 2 with views over open countryside. Bedroom 3 and adjacent family bathroom. From the landing stairs lead to Second Floor Bedrooms 4 and 5 in the eaves with exposed timber beams. Outside There is a lawned garden area to the front of the house surrounded by Cotswold stone walls. To the south an enclosed terrace area ideal for entertaining, a further lawned garden with planted borders incorporating a variety of plantings including rose bushes with two greenhouses off lying. Farm Buildings To the west of the farmhouse lie the farm buildings in a compact block and are divided into:- (As numbered on the block plan). Building 1 Built of part Cotswold stone part block work and part timber clad with a corrugated tin roof. Range of former stables currently used as workshops and stores. Extending in all to about 1, 450ft2 (135m2). Building 2 Built of block work (rendered) under a corrugated tin roof. Comprising two fully serviced offices with wc and kitchenette. Extending in all to about 580ft2 (54m2). Local Authority West Oxfordshire District Council: , Oxfordshire County Council: Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2226912/
An attractive family home in a beautiful waterside setting with a detached two storey studio, a range of further outbuildings and good access to excellent schools Oxford and London via road or rail. Surrounded by landscaped gardens, set back from the Oxford Canal, Nellbridge House Farm offers excellent family accommodation. The house has the benefit of a range of outbuildings including an adjoining workshop / barn which extends to over 1250 sq ft. and a substantial detached two storey office building, with adjoining art room and further games room / gym, all of which offer potential for other uses. Within the house, a number of well-proportioned reception rooms and a kitchen / breakfast room offer wonderful family accommodation, with an orangery to the west providing views over the mature gardens beyond. On the first floor, three bedrooms, along with two bathrooms provide well presented space, with views to the east and a staircase which leads to the second floor and a further bedroom with bathroom. For further information, see brochure. Adderbury 2 miles, Bloxham 4 miles, Kings Sutton 1.5 miles, Banbury 5 miles (Marylebone from 50 minutes), Bicester North railway station 7 miles (Marylebone from 43 minutes), Oxford 20 miles.
Situated within the historic village of Gulval Churchtown, sits this substantial south-facing barn conversion which has two double bedrooms (one of which is en-suite) as well as a couple of granite outbuildings within its grounds. The reverse-level accommodation offers spacious areas with exposed timber flooring and beams and comprises large hallway with two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room) and family bathroom/wet room on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a lounge with gas fire, open-plan kitchen/dining room, each of which enjoys lovely views across the village towards Mounts Bay. The property is approached over a driveway leading to an area of parking for several vehicles and is set within established gardens with the aforementioned outbuildings and sun room/conservatory. Lower Churchtown Barn is offered for sale with no onward chain. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1692713/
Spacious barn conversion situated within a delightful rural location. Ent. hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, family room, dining/kitchen, utility. 4 bedrooms, en suite facilities, family bathroom. Garage, various outbuildings and extensive grounds. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t149281/
A magnificent opportunity to acquire a stone built barn conversion with fantastic outbuildings and approximately 13 acres of grassland. Situated within this extremely sought after area to the south of Harrogate, enjoying a rural location a short distance from town. The property benefits from versatile accommodation with potential to increase the living space to meet the purchasers requirements. Outside the property enjoys a formal lawned garden bound by a dry stone wall to the front and a large open courtyard to the rear enjoying the far reaching countryside views. The adjoining outbuildings vary in size and range from a large barn to numerous multi purpose sheds. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall 12’2” x 5’6” Cloakroom 8’3” x 5’3” Laundry Room 8’3” x 6’8” Living Room 20’9” x 16’10” Breakfast Kitchen 20’1” x 16’9” Dining Room 19’2” x 13’3” Annex Living/Dining Room 19’4” x 17’4” Utility Kitchen 10’4” x 7’10” FIRST FLOOR Landing Bedroom One 20’8” x 15’10” En-suite Bathroom 13’1” x 9’ Bedroom Two 16’ x 12’5” narrowing to 10’ Bedroom Three 12’4” x 10’4” Shower Room 10’3” x 6’4” Mezzanine Landing 10’10” x 7’4” Mezzanine Bedroom Four 10’6” x 8’ En-suite Shower Room 8’9” x 5’6” There is a lawned formal garden to the front of the property, and a courtyard to the rear with a gate to the rear paddocks. The concrete driveway leads to - Barn - Outbuilding 1 58’ x 58’ Outbuilding 2 51’ x 19’ Outbuilding 3 14’2” x 11’5” Outbuilding 4 14’2” x 11’8” Outbuilding 5 30’ x 28’9” Outbuilding 6 14’2” x 13’8” Timber Barn 7 45’ x 18’1” Open Shed 8 18’ x 15’ Courtyard Building 9 Former Stable Block Room One 13’7” x 11’5” Room Two 13’7” x 10’6” Room Three 13’7” x 10’7” Room Four 13’7” x 10’11” COUNCIL TAX The property has been placed in band G. TENURE The tenure of the property is freehold. DIRECTIONS - HG3 1QL Take the B6162 Otley Road out of Harrogate towards Beckwithshaw. Travel past the turning for Howhill Road on the left, and take the next lane on the left. Follow the lane to the end where The Old Barn is situated on the left hand side. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t217943/
THE PROPERTY Sundial is situated in a semi rural location approximately half a mile from the outskirts of Lechlade and opposite the exclusive Lakes By Yoo Development. The property is one of three situated within a converted barn enjoying recently refurbished bath/shower rooms and a kitchen. The accommodation is entered into a spacious hall with cloakroom and stairs rising to the first floor. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of floor and wall mounted units and includes a built in oven, hob and extractor. The sitting room has a lovely exposed beam and views over the rear garden. On the first floor the master bedroom has an en suite shower room fitted with a white suite. The second bedroom has an exposed beam and cupboard and the bathroom is particularly spacious being fitted with a white suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin and WC. Outside to the front of the property is a gravelled garden providing off road parking for at least two vehicles. At the rear is a fully enclosed garden which is laid to lawn with a small patio, flower borders and a garden shed. The property has a gas fired heating system to radiators with mains water and electricity connected. Drainage is to a septic tank shared with the neighbouring properties. Internal viewing of this lovely home is highly recommended. AMENITIES A beautiful village adjoining the River Thames and on the borders of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire, Lechlade has a population of just over 3, 000. There are several independent shops, a small supermarket, a church, doctors' surgery, excellent primary school and a library. There is a healthy tourist trade, particularly in the summer, when the Thames is busy with cruisers, narrow boats and small boats. There is good fishing in the local rivers and lakes, country walks in the beautiful Cotswolds countryside, and various nature reserves in the area. The town is a good staging-post for visitors to the Cotswolds and the historic towns of Oxford and Cirencester. . http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1550416/
Biddenden is a village and civil parish in the Ashford District of Kent, England. The village lies on the Weald of Kent, some five miles (8 km) north of Tenterden. It was centre for Wealden iron industry and also of cloth making. During the reign of Edward III some Flemish cloth workers settled in the area. The ready availability of raw materials led to the establishment of an industry for the production of broadcloth. An important cottage industry is established to the west, where wine and cider is produced. In 1100, Mary and Eliza Chulkhurst, a pair of conjoined twins, were supposedly born in the village. The Biddenden Maids, as they became known, are celebrated on the village sign. THE PROPERTY Nimrod Hall Farm is an enchanting 4 Bedroom detached Grade II Listed Character farm house, accessed through electrically operated wrought iron gates with a sweeping shingled driveway to the house, this property is brought to the sales market extremely well presented with many desirable aspects and is overwhelming with style plus many original features. The property is arranged over 3 floors and has recently been renovated to include Kent Peg tile roof, large working Inglenook Fireplace to the Lounge plus a detached 1 bedroom Barn conversion annex, workshop, garden room outbuildings, beautiful varied gardens, 3 natural ponds with very picturesque seating areas and a 2 acre paddock approximately. This stunning property is located in a rural yet not isolated setting THE ANNEX Detached converted barn with own private garden area, open planned Lounge/Kitchen/breakfast room under a vaulted ceiling, en suite wet room to master bedroom, Staircase to first floor bedroom. THE GARDENS Mostly laid to lawn secluded by mature shrubs and trees. There are 3 natural ponds with very private seating areas OUTBUILDINGS To the rear of the farm house you will find the summer house with its beamed ceilings and door, which opens on to a decked area over looking the pond. To the end of the summer house is a purpose built utility area, nearby and detached is the original brick built outside toilet still used and in good working order. A smaller barn has been renovated and is now used as a functional workshop. LAND Approximately 2 acre paddock with natural pond. SERVICES: Mains water. Mains electricity Oil fired heating. Private drainage. VIEWING: Viewings are arranged solely through Philberts. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t672592/
A charming stone-built studio outbuilding with planning consent for extension and conversion to a residential dwelling in a beautiful rural setting near to the artists town of Kirkcudbright Clauchendolly Studio is a traditional Galloway stone-built outbuilding and garden in a stunning rural location near to Brighouse Bay with views of the Irish sea. Currently used as an artists studio, it has full planning consent for the extension and conversion of the building to form a 2 bedroom dwellinghouse. The current owners have adapted the building by installing UPVC double glazed windows and French doors, as well as insulating 2 of the walls and installing 3 electric storage heaters. Electricity and telephone are both connected to the property. Google Map - 54.802248 x -4.108795 You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1682791/
A skilfully converted and superbly presented character barn affording outstanding far reaching views over open countryside. Set within gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2 1/2 acres the property has a range of useful outbuildings including the 70' x 14' cattle shed which we believe offers vast potential. The principal paddock measures about one and half acres with a stable block. There is also a 3rd stable incorporated into another useful outbuilding. The main accommodation affords 2 principal reception rooms plus a useful study and a large 25' games/family room offers a number of uses. Within the house there is also a studio/annexe which has its own access via the garage. Only a personal inspection will convey the true merit of this delightful family home. Bedroom 1 14'x10'6 Bedroom 2 13'x12'6 Bedroom 3 12'4x11' Bedroom 4 12'6x8' Reception 1 18'10x16' Reception 2 16'10x12'2 Reception 3 11'10x7'10 Reception 4 25'x11'3 Kitchen 10'6x10'3. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1843660/
An opportunity to purchase a two storey semi detached barn with outbuildings. Full planning permission has been obtained for conversion into a three bedroom home. The barn once converted will briefly comprise of to the ground floor a dining lounge, kitchen, utility, wc and cloaks storage. The first floor will benefit from a master bedroom with en-suite facilities and wardrobe, 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Allocated parking space. Full details and plans are available in the office or you can visit North Lincs Planning application number: PA/2011/0984. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t124584/
A SPACIOUS AND STUNNING 2 BEDROOM BARN CONVERSION LOCATED WITHIN THIS SOUGHT AFTER DEVELOPMENT ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF HOWDEN. In a tucked away location within this much sought after development this spacious barn conversion with additional large building to the rear( 26'5"x28'9" ) is sure to appeal.Briefly comprising: Entrance hall, WC/Cloakroom, newly fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, 2 good size double bedrooms and modern family bathroom to the first floor. Outside the outbuilding would ideally suit office space, workshop, studio, sandwich bar etc ( Subject to planning consents). The garden has been designed wit low maintenance in mind and has high fencing to the perimeter. Ample parking also to the rear. EPC RATING: C. Apply Hunters Selby, seven days a week. ENTRANCE HALL Oak front door and flooring and window to front. W.C. Low flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and extractor fan. LIVING ROOM 6.60m (21' 8") x 4.17m (13' 8") Oak flooring, traditional style radiator and 3 windows to front. KITCHEN 4.34m (14' 3") x 4.19m (13' 9") Oak style fitted wall and floor units with contrasting work surfaces over, tiled splash backs and flooring, integrated fridge and freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob and hood, 1 1/2 stainless steel sink and drainer, traditional style radiator, 2 windows to front, oak door and window to rear. KITCHEN Additional image STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to front aspect, traditional style radiator and loft access hatch. MASTER BEDROOM 6.63m (21' 9") x 4.11m (13' 6") Traditional style radiator and 2 windows to front. BEDROOM 2 4.34m (14' 3") x 4.19m (13' 9") Traditional style radiator, 2 windows to front and rear. BATHROOM 1.96m (6' 5") x 2.36m (7' 9") Panelled bath with shower over and tiled surround, low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, Traditional style radiator and tiled flooring. OUTBUILDING 8.05m (26' 5") x 8.76m (28' 9") To the rear there is a brick built outbuilding which could be utilised in a variety of ways eg. Offices, workshop, studio, sandwich bar etc. ( all subject to any necessary planing consents) GARDEN The garden has been designed with low maintenance in mind and is laid to small stone with high fencing to the perimeter making an ideal location for summer dining and entertaining. Ample parking also to the rear. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1398957/
A beautiful roof attached grade II listed barn conversion with three bedrooms with en-suite to the master. The property is situated in a stunning rural position with views over adjoining farmland. Additional features include large detached outbuilding which has been divided into a single garage and a converted attic with additional domestic rooms or could be used for office space/games rooms. There are vaulted ceilings with oak beams, oak flooring, double glazed windows and doors and oil fired central heating system. Viewing is highly recommended by Rush, Witt & Wilson, sole agents. There is a lovely gravelled courtyard with ample off road parking and large extensive gardens to the rear. Bedroom 1 16'9 x 12'8 Bedroom 2 11'7 x 9' Bedroom 3 8' x 7'7 Reception 1 23'7 x 12'4 Kitchen 11'3 x 8'7. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1065105/
Unique, Cotswold stone barn conversion offering spacious open-plan accommodation in a quiet backwater of the town Hall - Superb Open-Plan Sitting / Dining Room - Kitchen - 4 Bedrooms - Study - Bathroom - Outbuilding / Garage - Gardens - Parking The Barn lies in a quiet backwater of the town, almost hidden away. The centre of Fairford is lined with interesting period properties with the famous 15th century parish church of St Mary standing proudly in the heart of the town. The pretty High Street and London Road provide an excellent range of shops and facilities For further information or to arrange a viewing, please contact Lynda Larner on Bedroom 1 11'11 x 9'7 Bedroom 2 16'2 max x 8'9 Bedroom 3 11'9 x 8'11 Bedroom 4 17'6 max x 7'8 Reception 1 33'2 x 18'10 Kitchen 10'11 x 9'2. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t636959/
Planning permission to build an exceptional 9,000 sqft Cotswold stone house with stunning views. In addition are a range of traditional stone outbuildings, stabling, and cottage. There is well fenced pasture, woodland, and arable land. Lot 1a- £2.35m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 33.53 acres. Lot 1 - (inclusive of Lot 1a) - £2.75m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 88.53 acres. Lot 2 - £850,000 - Land to the north of Curdle Hill extending to 130.3 acres. Lot 3 - £485,000 - Land to the west of the road extending to about 74.32 acres. Lot 4 - £165,000 - Land adjoining the village circa 18.82 acres.
Cotswold stone family house with stunning views. Planning permission for a 9,000 sqft country house.In addition are a range of traditional stone outbuildings, stabling, and excellent cottage. There is well fenced pasture and woodland. Lot 1a- £2.35m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 33.53 acres. Lot 1 - (inclusive of Lot 1a) - £2.75m - Curdle Hill, cottage and farm buildings extending to about 88.53 acres. Lot 2 - £850,000 - Land to the north of Curdle Hill extending to 130.3 acres. Lot 3 - £485,000 - Land to the west of the road extending to about 74.32 acres. Lot 4 - £165,000 - Land adjoining the village circa 18.82 acres.
A Range Of Versatile Reception Rooms Five Bedrooms One Bedroom Detached Annexe Approx 1.9 Acres EPC Rating:F On entering the private driveway from Water Lane, which is shared with two other properties, you access Spring Barn through a timber gate where you will find a large gravelled parking and turning area. This leads to further parking and the quadruple cart lodge outbuilding with three arches and a fourth which is secured as a workshop. Continuing further round there is a triple garage with substantial storage over and a five bar gate which gives access to the paddock to the rear. The property itself showcases a wealth of original features including vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, exposed brick arches on entering the breakfast kitchen and dining room and many brick and stone walls. During the conversion, detail such as internal glazing, Velux windows, French doors and a detailed fireplace with Herringbone brick patterns have also been introduced. The ground floor offers a breakfast kitchen and opening to the garden room along with a utility and pantry. Dining room, sitting room, study, drawing room and ground floor bedroom. Upstairs you can find the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom. All containing original features such as exposed beams along with plenty of light from single and dual aspect windows. GARDENS AND GROUNDS The gardens to two sides of the property contain mature flower beds with a variety of shrubs and small trees and are laid to lawn with views across the paddock and beyond. Patio and seating areas can be found via the garden room and sitting room as well as a secluded terrace adjacent to the drawing room. To the front of the property is an abundance of borders and planting as well as a small pond with seating area. Here you can also find the detached annexe which again is converted from an outbuilding providing a sitting room, bedroom and shower room as well as having a small garden area to one end. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t836384/
A substantial barn conversion offering spacious accommodation of great character and larger than average gardens with outbuilding and paddock, in this popular and conveniently placed village within easy reach of Bedale, Ripon and A1/M. A fantastic opportunity to purchase this substantial country family home offering character features with modern living accommodation. Of particular appeal are the substantial grounds surrounding the property including private secluded gardens, garage, orchard and a paddock of approximately one acre. The location of the property is particularly appealing with grounds backing onto fields beyond. Benefitting from double glazed windows and central heating, the accommodation in brief comprises: Entrance hall, sitting room, study, conservatory, dining room, cloakroom/WC, breakfast kitchen and utility room. On the first floor is a large central landing, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and house bathroom. A gravelled driveway leading to a courtyard providing extensive parking, double garage, large outbuilding which could be converted to create further living accommodation, holiday cottage or annexe, subject to the necessary planning consents, orchard and paddock. Nosterfield is a conveniently placed village surrounded by open countryside and yet with easy access to both the market town of Masham and Cathedral city of Ripon. There are excellent facilities in Nosterfield and the surrounding villages, towns and cities including schools for all age groups such as the renowned Ripon Grammar school. Nosterfield is ideally placed for travel throughout the area via an excellent road network with connections to the larger commercial centres. The nearby A1/M links with the motorway network throughout the north. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t634360/
Description MAGPIE FARM CHRISTMAS COMMON, WATLINGTON OXFORDSHIRE M40 (Jct. 5) 3.5 miles Watlington 2 miles Oxford 15 miles Henley-on-Thames 8 miles High Wycombe 10 miles A lovely family house with up to 38 acres occupying an outstanding location in the Chilterns close to Watlington and with excellent access to the M.40 Porch * Sitting Room * Drawing Room * Dining Room Family Room/Study * Garden Room * Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4 Double Bedrooms * 4 En Suite Bathrooms * 2 En Suite Dressing Rooms Cloakroom * Utility Rooms * Detached Triple Garage * Gardens Paddock * Farmland * In All About 38 Acres GUIDE: FREEHOLD Description: MAGPIE FARM, CHRISTMAS COMMON, OX49 5HR Contact the Watlington Office: The house has attractive painted brick and tile-hung elevations under a clay tile roof. It occupies a lovely setting with fine views across its gardens and farmland. The property was extended and renovated some 15 years ago and is well-presented throughout. The principal rooms are generously proportioned and most of them enjoy the fine outlook. Features Include: * Large sitting room with open fireplace and stone surround. Fine outlook to the garden. * Spacious drawing room with open fireplace with stone surround. Square bay window to front. * Triple aspect dining room leading into a garden room with double doors to the terrace and garden. * Kitchen/breakfast Room with 'Mark Wilkinson' wall and floor cabinets, 2 oven Aga, electric hob, Armana fridge/freezer, Meile integral dishwasher. Doors to the garden. * Double aspect master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom. Fine views over the garden and farmland. * Guest bedroom with en suite dressing area and bathroom. * Two further double bedrooms both with en suite failities. Location: Christmas Common is situated on the Chiltern escarpment above the small town of Watlington and is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are excellent walking, biking and riding opportunities in the surrounding countryside. The village has a well-regarded public house/restaurant, The Fox & Hounds, and nearby Watlington as a good range of local shops and amenities. The larger centres of Henley, Oxford and High Wycombe provide extensive recreational, educational and shopping facilities. Excellent local private schools outside High Wycombe, Oxford and Henley. There is a mainline train service from High Wycombe to London Marylebone (about 25 minutes) access to the M.40 is just 4 miles distant. Outside: The property is currently approached from a single track lane through bluebell woods to triple garage and parking area at the rear of the house (There is an alternative route for a driveway that would allow an approach to the front of the house). A further area of parking lies to the front of the house and from here a gate in the garden wall opens to a vegetable garden with a greenhouse and shed. This area of garden is laid mainly to lawn and accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room with double doors opening to a terrace. A door from the rear lobby and double doors from the study/family room open to a terrace which runs the length of the house and is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the views over the garden and surrounding countryside. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with a pretty pond under a mature ash tree and throughout there are large well stocked borders planted with perennial plants, shrubs and trees. A path leads across the garden to outbuildings comprising a studio/office, store room and log store. Land: The arable land (38.55 acres) is currently farmed on an annual farm business tenancy. There is planning permission for the erection of 2 agricultural barns on this land. Planning consent: P04/E0977/AG. Beyond the arable land is a further paddock (3 acres). Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heatng. Local Authority: South Oxfordshire District Council. Council Offices, Crowmarsh, Wallingford OX10 8HQ. Tel: Council Tax: Tax band: Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment with the JOINT SOLE AGENTS Savills (Henley on Thames) & Robinson Sherston (Watlington). Telephone: . Directions: From junction 6 of the M.40 proceed south on the B4009 to Watlington. On entering the town take the first turning left into Hill Road passing the public car park on your right. Proceed up the hill to the 'T' junction. Turn left and then take the second driveway on your right to the house. Postcode OX49 5HR. CSPADDER000
Set in approx. 1 acre this magnificent converted barn with vaulted ceilings is set in a semi-rural location offering comfortable family living. Recently completed by the current owner to a high standard the property offers space both inside and out. Freehold • Detached Converted Barn • Three Double Bedrooms • Dining Room • Lounge • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Utility • Cloakroom • Two En-Suites • Double Garage • Outbuilding/Workshop • Offices • Approximately One Acre The accommodation briefly comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom, and three bedrooms all with their own en suites. Outside the property offers a larger than average double garage, outbuilding/workshop and offices. This converted barn also benefits from under floor heating in the majority of the rooms, double glazing, ample parking and gardens. Entrance: Via door to: Reception Hall: Vaulted ceiling with exposed wood timbers, Velux window, storage cupboard, oak flooring, oak staircase leading to master bedroom with open storage under, door leading to steps down to garage, door to bedroom two and open to: Inner Hall: Two windows to front, oak flooring, doors to bedroom three, kitchen and open plan to: Dining Room:11'8" x 11'7" (3.56m x 3.53m). Vaulted ceiling with roof timbers, wall light points, oak flooring, door leading to: Lounge:23'1" x 16'4" (7.04m x 4.98m). Two windows to the front, one widow to the side with deep oak window sills, vaulted ceiling with exposed roof timbers, granite style fireplace with matching hearth and inset LPG cast iron fireplace, five wall light point, television points, fitted surround sound points. Kitchen:17'5" x 11'1" (5.3m x 3.38m). Internal oak framed windows with smoked effect glass separate the kitchen from the hallway, window to the rear, door leading to rear garden, range of oak fronted wall and base units with rolled work surfaces over integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and 'Neff' microwave, fitted duel fuel 'Range Master' cooker, under unit lighting, ceramic one and half bowl sink with waste disposal and swan neck mixer tap, part tiled walls, vaulted ceiling with halogen spot lights and exposed timbers, door leading to: Utility: Window to the rear, oak fronted wall and base units with rolled edge work surfaces over, ceramic one and half bowel sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, further appliance space, tiled splash backs, loft access hatch, inset halogen down lighters. Cloakroom: Halogen down lighters, low level W.C pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash backs, built in airing cupboard. Master Bedroom:17'9" x 17'8" (5.4m x 5.38m). Vaulted ceiling with exposed timber, three Velux windows, three radiators, three wall light points, walk in wardrobe with hanging rails and radiator, storage in eves, door leading to: En-Suite Bathroom: Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, Velux window, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. double ended bath with central tap, separate corner shower unit with multi jet and steam functions, radiator. Bedroom Two:13'10" x 13'1" (4.22m x 3.99m). Window to the side, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, velux window, two wall light points, door leading to: En-Suite: Pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. multi jet corner shower cubicle, halogen down lighters. Bedroom Three:15'11" x 13'7" (4.85m x 4.14m). Window to the rear, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, wall light points, door leading to: Ensuite: Pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C. multi jet corner shower cubicle, halogen down lighters. External The property is approached via twin wrought iron electric gates with gravel drive leading to ample parking, garages and large turning circle, the gravel drive continues to the rear of the plot to give access to the out buildings. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and offers access to the side of the property which gives access to a private enclosed garden laid to decking with steps leading up to a raised covered decking area, lighting and power and mature shrub boarders. Garage:26'3" x 24' (8m x 7.32m). A larger than average double garage with two separate electric powered up and over doors allowing access and space for four wheel drives and small vans, concrete flooring. Outbuilding/Workshop:45' x 44' (13.72m x 13.41m). Electric powered roller door, concrete base, power and lighting, personal door leading to office. Offices: Reception area, Cloakroom, Kitchen area, boiler room and two offices all with power, lighting and telephone points, door leading to Outbuilding/Workshop. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t11036/
An impressive country home set in an idyllic rural location on the edge of a highly desirable North Buckinghamshire village, within close proximity to the market town of Olney. This wonderful property has been formed from the re-development of farm outbuildings and now provides a principal four bedroom family home, with a three bedroom detached annexe. The flexible accommodation is a sympathetic blend of traditional characteristics and high level modern amenities. The property enjoys outstanding countryside views and has total grounds approaching 8 acres. Full Property Features: Formal Grounds in the region of 1 acre., Approx 7 acres of paddock/farm land, New driveway from Weston Underwood, Main reception room with Inglenook, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Sandyford range, Four bedrooms with 2 bathrooms & 1 shower room, Detached 3 bedroom Annexe, Substantial off road parking, Double glazing, oil fired central heating, mains water & elec, Drainage via shared septic tank. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1787687/