269 Banbury Road
A unique opportunity to acquire a small holding of ring fenced pasture, comprising detached farm house, stables with manége, and useful farm buildings of circa 7000sqft.
Note: We are of the opinion it is likely that Chosley Farm would qualify for mixed use incurring only 4% stamp duty at the guide price.
Chosley Farm House A detached house providing open plan family room incorporating the kitchen, separate living room, conservatory, boot room/utility room and double garage on the ground floor, and 3 bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. Outside is a private and enclosed rear garden.
Stables and outbuildings A courtyard of 6 stables, tack room and feed and bedding storage. Direct access to a manege and paddocks to the rear. Further range of secure outbuildings and open fronted barns of approx. 7000 sq ft within an enclosed, gated yard predominantly surfaced with concrete.
This property has 12 acres of land.
Paddocks Chosley Farm is approached by a tarmac driveway through double gates. The land is located to both the front and the rear of the main house and yard, and is bordered by woodlands to the north and arable land to the east and west.
1. 2 wood frame stables and tack room on concrete slab - 8.42m x 3.40m.
2. 6 stables and common room on concrete slab - 17.18m x 4.88m.
3. Steel frame barn, open to the rear as shelter and accessible food storage - 9.20m x 8.48m, 6.64m x 4.65m.
4. Steel frame barn, open fronted with concrete floor, workshop and storage space - 13.51m x 8.88m.
5. Low level lean to barn with hard standing - 13.75m x 5.09m
All weather manége - 20m x 30m Bungalow - 1,305 sq ft Main house - 1,822 sq ft Barns & Stables Internal area 6,940 sq ft (645 sq m) Quoted Area Excludes External Manége
6. High level steel frame lean to barn with hard standing - 13.32m x 11.77m
7. Garages and workshop. Block built on hard standing, two large garages, and office/store room - 21.28m x 4.19m
Also included are two pig stys and a large dog kennel.
Chosley Farm is located between Oxford and Witney set back from the A40. Witney is a charming market town located on the edge of the Cotswolds providing a wealth of amenities including a Waitrose and a Countrywide Store.
Communications are excellent with the A40 providing Oxford, London, A34 and M40 J9 connections to the east, and Cirencester, Gloucester and The Cotswolds to the west. Long Hanborough train station is approx. 5 miles away with trains operating daily to Paddington, journey times totalling approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes.
From Oxford, join the A40 at Wolvercote roundabout and head west towards Eynsham and Witney. Proceed along the A40 until it merges into dual carriageway. Take the slip road off sign posted Witney North and Cogges Farm. The road will bear round to the right and go underneath the A40. Take the next available right and double back towards the A40 eastbound. The entrance to the farm can be found on the left just before re-joining the A40. Keep left on the slip Road as you will not be joining the traffic flow.Read all