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Burford Road, Black Bourton, Bampton, Oxfordshire, OX18
Tenure: FreeholdAn attractive Grade II Listed Cotswold stone farmhouse with yard and buildings with income potential. 5 bedroom farmhouse, stables, farm buildings, offices and paddocks. In a ring fence extending in all about 16 acres. For sale by private treaty as a whole.
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 children’s 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).
Building 3 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: 01993 861000, Oxfordshire County Council: 01865 792422
Tenure The property is offered freehold with vacant possession.