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276.37 acres, Steane Park, Brackley, NN13, Northamptonshire
For Sale - Offers in Excess of £9,000,000


  • 11 bedrooms
  • 8 reception rooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • 276.37 acres
  • Farm House

An impressive Grade II listed country house in a stunning parkland setting with wonderful gardens and grounds. The house is approached past the Gate House and down a long straight carriage drive through the stunning mature parkland. The drive sweeps through the gardens and passes the beautiful Grade I listed St Peters Chapel to a gravelled turning circle at the east side of the house. The house is entered through a stone arched front door into a spacious reception and staircase hall off which are an impressive run of formal reception rooms including the drawing room, library, dining room and billiard room beyond. All of these rooms enjoy excellent views over the gardens and mature parkland to the south. To the rear of the house is a study, sitting room, large kitchen and breakfast room along with utility, boot room and four downstairs loos. There is a large cellar with storeroom, boiler room and dedicated wine storage. The stairs rise up to a first floor landing off which is the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom situated in the south west corner of the house with excellent views over the parkland. With an adjacent bedroom this could act as a large dressing room/sitting room to the master bedroom. There are 2 principal guest suites along with 4 further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the first floor. The second floor has significant further accommodation with 3 bedrooms, a sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.

The gardens at Steane Park are of particular note and have regularly been opened to the public by the current owner. The house sits with wonderful views over immaculate lawns, herbaceous borders and on to the mature parkland. Beyond the Chapel, the garden drops down to the well-hidden tennis court and part walled garden and kitchen garden. The principal woodland gardens lie to the north of the house set around the historic fishponds. There are woodland walks through the gardens with a folly, living arches, wild flower meadows and special features including 'The Monet Bridge', The Moon Gate' and 'The Folly' that make the gardens a significant and charming asset of the property.

To the west of the main house are a series of charming stone period out buildings that give further accommodation, stabling and storage. These include:

The Gate House
At the head of the drive is the Gate House which is currently lived in by a family who work on the estate. It has a kitchen/breakfast room, sitting room, snug, study and ground floor family bathroom and 5 bedrooms on the first floor. It has a large garden behind the cottage.

The Coach House
A short walk to the west of the main house is the converted 4 bedroom Coach House that is currently lived in by the head gardener. This hugely successful conversion has created an excellent secondary house ideal for family, guests, staff or would rent easily. I

In addition are Grade II listed 17th Lower Stable Block , Stable Cottage, Estate office, further stabling and garages along with 3 bedroom Thrupenny-Bit House

The Farm
Steane Park has a delightful mix of parkland, mature woodland, pasture and arable land and is home to an abundance of wildlife. It has excellent grazing that has long been associated with training race horses. There is a dutch barn to the north of the gate house that is currently used for storing hay. The bulk of the land that surrounds the house is in hand. Much of this is over the glorious park which extends to 67 acres. Beyond the park in the south east of the estate is a 7.91 acre mature block of woodland. In the south east corner of the farm is an Agricultural Holdings Act tenant who farms approximately 55 acres. There is a separate Agricultural Holdings Act tenant who farms 15 acres on the northern boundary of the estate. In addition, a local farmer has approximately 24 acres in the north west corner under a Farm Business Tenancy.

Steane Park is an impressive Grade II listed house in a stunning parkland setting with wonderful gardens and grounds. The historic house has grand reception rooms and extensive bedroom accommodation making it an ideal house for both family life and entertaining on a large scale. The house sits at the heart of a 276 acre mixed estate with several cottages, extensive outbuildings and stabling. The property lies just to the east of the charming village of Farthinghoe and west of the larger market town of Brackley close to the borders of Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Farthinghoe has good local facilities including a pub, small shop and cafe, church and primary school.

Shopping - more extensive facilities are found nearby at Brackley and Buckingham including a Waitrose supermarket. The larger towns of Banbury, Bicester, Milton Keynes and Oxford are all within easy reach providing comprehensive facilities. Communications - there are excellent transport links via the A43

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