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8 acres, Great Haseley, Oxford, OX44, Oxfordshire
Sold (STC) - Offers in Excess of £1,350,000


ON THE INSTRUCTIONS OF LADY MARGARET HALL, A CONSTITUENT COLLEGE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD.

TO BE SOLD BY INFORMAL TENDER. BIDS TO BE RECEIVED BY 23rd JUNE 2021. PLEASE TELEPHONE OR EMAIL FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

DESCRIPTION

A Grade II Listed country house with origins believed to date from the 16th century. The property is in need of extensive structural repair, modernisation and refurbishment to bring it to modern standards but would create a wonderful family home. The accommodation retains much of its original character with fireplaces to many rooms, part timbered walls together with other features associated with its period. The ground floor has a welcoming entrance hall with four well-proportioned reception rooms in addition to a large kitchen/breakfast room, utility, and cloakroom. The first floor has four very well sized double bedrooms, a fifth single bedroom and two bathrooms.

OUTSIDE
The house enjoys a secluded position well screened from the lane. The house itself enjoys extensive established gardens which are a perfect size for a house of this stature. To the eastern side of the house there is a partly walled garden from which a gate leads through to a further enclosed grassed area where there are two stone-built barns which lend themselves to be converted to provide ancillary accommodation subject to planning and an open storage shed.
The property extends to approx. 8 acres in total and includes a former orchard and immediately to the north of the property and to the rear of the two barns there is a grass paddock of approx. 5 acres which has been used for grazing and is enclosed by boundary trees and hedges. A public footpath runs across the north east corner of the paddock.
A driveway with five-bar gate leads from the lane to a large expanse of gravelled parking area with a double car port and a number of ancillary sheds.

LOCATION
The house enjoys a delightfully secluded position on the north side of Latchford Lane (a no through road) in open countryside approx a mile to the east of the village of Great Haseley. There is excellent access to Oxford and the surrounding towns with extensive schooling, leisure, and shopping facilities. Thame is close by with a high street and local amenities and to the north Thame and Haddenham Parkway provides mainline rail services to London Marylebone in approx. 41 minutes. The M40 junction 7 at Milton Common provides access to London and the midlands and is approx. 2.5 miles away.
Great Haseley is one of the most sought-after villages in south east Oxfordshire. The village has many amenities including a cricket pitch and gasto pub with Raymond Blanc’s renowned restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons being in neighbouring Great Milton. There are primary schools in both Great Milton and Little Milton and the location is ideally placed to give access to a wider range of schools in both Oxford and Abingdon as well as those in South Oxfordshire near Wallingford.

SERVICES
The property is connected to mains electricity and water. Sewerage is via a private system.

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