Agricultural barn with planning
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This stunning and innovative design has been crafted in partnership with the team at award winning architects West Waddy. Based in south Oxfordshire, the team specialise in individual and bespoke designs such as this. For technical and planning information relating to the property, Philip Waddy a senior partner at the firm who has overseen the whole process is available for comment via Strutt & Parker. Currently an old agricultural barn on this truly exceptional location, the planning permission gives the new owner an individual design comprising a wonderful open plan living space on the first floor of the property, with separate areas for the kitchen, the dining area and living area, all benefitting from exceptional views over the open Oxfordshire countryside. The first floor also benefits from a cosy snug, a boot room, WC as well as a good sized double garage and workshop, all accessible via the main house. The innovative design continues throughout, and has the bedrooms inverted on the traditional model to benefit from the exceptional landscape, with the bedrooms being located on the lower ground floor. The lower ground floor comprises a stunning master suite with French doors opening out onto a large terrace which overlooks the sweeping countryside ahead of you. There are three further double bedrooms, all with access onto their own area of the wrap around terrace via French doors once again. One of these bedrooms will also benefit fom an en suite, and all have been designed to incorporate built in storage units, and the practical elements of every day living. The ground floor is completed by a large family bathroom as well as a useful laundry/plant room. The planning reference is P19/S3402/FUL
The property will come with approximately 5 acres of land, currently farmed for agricultural purposes. Located in an incredible position on top of Horsenden Hill, the property benefits from one of the best views in the country, with panoramic views over the Oxfordshire countryside, and enjoys complete privacy and seclusion. The location really has to be experienced to be believed.
Tetsworth has the best of all worlds being an attractive village adjacent to glorious open countryside, yet with easy access to the larger centres of Thame and Oxford (about 6½ miles and 12 miles distant respectively.) A fast rail service to London Marylebone of just 45 minutes is available from Haddenham and Thame Parkway rail station. There is also swift access to the M40 motorway at the Wheatley or Lewknor intersections (junction 8a and 6) which are an easy 5 mile and 3½ mile drive respectively. Upon entering Tetsworth, its appeal is obvious, with its traditional style village homes, a village green, the stately 17th century Swan Inn and ancient Saxon Church which has been rebuilt over the centuries. The village now has a county primary school with senior schooling facilities in Thame and Watlington. In addition there are a number of independent schools in neighbouring villages as well as Oxford and High Wycombe. Sports and recreational facilities are available in the village, including the nearby Cricket Club. Further facilities are available in Thame and golfing at The Oxfordshire is a world class course.
The following link will direct you to the property; https://w3w.co/brisk.rely.instant
Alternatively, from Junction 8A of the M40, head south east on the A40/A418 for approximately 4.3 miles, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Rycote Lane/A329 for appriximatley 0.4 miles, whereby you turn left onto Moreton Road, follow the road for a further 1.7 miles and the turning for the property can be found on your right hand side.Read all