Lower End, Great Milton, Oxfordshire, OX44

Offers Over £1,500,000

5 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
4 Receptions

Key Features

  • c.18th Century Home with Later Additions
  • Gardens in Excess of Three Quarters of an Acre
  • Additonal Land of Up To c.7.5 Acres Available by Negotiation
  • Traditional Farmhouse Kitchen with Aga, Separate Boot Room/Utility & Larder
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • Five Bedroom Accommodation Over Two Floors
  • Two Bathrooms and Ground Floor Cloakroom
  • Scope for Further Extension (STPP)
  • Sale Will Be End Of Chain

Branch Details

Branch: Oxford Sales
Phone: 01865 759 500
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Country home with beuatiful gardens and far reaching views.

Located in a delightful setting within a plot of over three quarters of an acre, this period home, dating from the 18th century, has versatile accommodation of great character and charm, measuring in excess of 314 sqm in total and with possible scope for further extension subject to the usual consents.

The grounds are, without doubt, one of the properties finest features, with a mix of formal, kitchen and herb gardens, an orchard with a variety of fruit trees including apple, pear and damson, and a beautiful wildflower meadow all having been managed organically in recent years. In addition, there may be up to approximately 7.5 acres of land available by separate negotiation to provide equestrian facilities or grazing.

Great Milton is a delightful village in the district of south Oxfordshire, with an eclectic mix of mainly period homes, c.six miles to the southeast of the historic city of Oxford. It has an excellent level of amenities including a primary school, two churches, community owned public house, general store and post office and the world renowned Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons, a two Michelin-starred hotel and restaurant. There are many active clubs and societies including badminton, cricket, yoga, tennis and singing to name but a few. For those wishing to simply enjoy the beautiful Oxfordshire landscape, the village is surrounded by delightful countryside with a network of footpaths and bridleways. Transport links are excellent with the M40 close at hand and all major routes accessible from the Oxford ring road network. Mainline rail stations are also within reach with fast connections to London from both Thame & Haddenham, Oxford and Didcot Parkway stations. The village is also well located for some of the best independent schools in Oxfordshire, including Magdalen, St Edwards, The Dragon, Headington Girls, Radley and Abingdon amongst others.

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