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Fleet Farm Barns, Adderbury

A very stylish development of indigenous Hornton stone built barns

Fleet Farm Barns, Adderbury, North Oxfordshire.

A very stylish development of indigenous Hornton stone built barns, two of which are contemporary new build interpretations and two original barns featuring the flagship original barn. All 4 buildings have sleek contemporary interiors with soaring ceiling lines, under floor heating systems, beautifully crafted fully integrated state of the art kitchens, contemporary bath and shower rooms and individual “intelligent” control systems for each barn.

A statement address by Fleet Farm Barns Developments

Adderbury is a much coveted ancient village set around a very beautiful village green with village pubs and shop.  

The village also is famous for its much lauded Adderbury Ensemble - a seasoned group of nationally renowned classical musicians.

PRICES FROM: £675,000 - £975,000

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The Ridings, Southmoor

Oxford c.12.7 miles Abingdon On Thames c. 8.7 miles Didcot Parkway c.14.3 miles

A striking newly constructed contemporary "Barn" style house of good scale by John David Homes, in a discreet leafy lane setting on the edge of this well served village. Sustainably constructed and featuring technologies such as air management / heat recovery systems, and hot water and heating systems powered by air source pump. 4 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 contemporary bathrooms, German built fully integrated kitchen, dramatic vaulted glass gabled master bedroom suite.
(TOTAL FLOOR AREA: c.2804 sq ft)


PRICE: £965,000

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Pondockie, Oddington

Oxford c.6.4 miles A34 Junction 9 c.2.8 miles Oxford Parkway Stn c.3.1 miles

The opportunity to create your own individual rural village house of substance, in a wonderful location with open views over the atmospheric Otmoor Valley. An outline consent for a house of circa 3,000+ sq ft is in place, which offers the prospective buyer the opportunity to create a special building that is unique to them. The site is 3.485 acres overall, with the building plot being just under 1 acre and the remainder being paddock land. Michelin starred pub/restaurant close by and good village shop in neighbouring Islip. Excellent access to Oxford and the Oxford Parkway Station.

GUIDE PRICE: £650,000

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The Pickwick Estate

The Pickwick Estate is a rare piece of landscaping history on the scale of works by Capability Brown, within which authentic artisan quality re-creations of period architecture are set within their own private parkland settings. A choice of "Georgian", "Farmstead" or "Arts & Crafts" architecture is being offered to discerning buyers. A magical landscape has been created for what will be your own undoubtedly original country house. The perfect location for quick access to London and to some of the UK's top performing independent schools. (TOTAL FLOOR AREA: 13,900 sq ft)


(TOTAL SITE AREAS:  14 - 23 Acres)

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Kings Lane, Longcot - Development Site

Development Site, Kings Lane, Longcot, Oxfordshire

Faringdon c4.9miles Wantage c10.9miles Oxford c20.1miles Shrivenham c3.2miles

Planning No: P15/V0271/O  7th June 2016

Reserved Matters P16/V1617/RM 29th September 2016  Layout & Access

Site for 15 Dwellings, (6 Affordable & 9 for Open Market Sale)

Section 106 Agreement - circa £94,000

Approximately 1.65 Acre

This is an exceptional site with outline planning consent for a total of 15 dwellings, 6 of these to be affordable and 9 for sale on the open market. Reserved Matters consent has been granted for Access and Layout with the plan showing a total of 19,487sq ft of accommodation, 14,450sq ft of this being for open market sale.

Longcot is a pretty Downland village conveniently situated about 3 miles from Shrivenham and about 2 miles from the Military Academy at Watchfield while Swindon is approximately 7 miles to the west. There is an excellent primary school and a thriving public house with views south to the Downs and White Horse Hill.

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Broadleaze Farmhouse, Shrivenham

This represents a very rare opportunity to acquire a very substantial family home in modest condition and create a really splendid rural residence in a good plot with far reaching views.

This handsome detached stone farmhouse sits in grounds of c0.74 acre with views to The Downs. The capacious accommodation includes 5/6 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, Large Family Kitchen, Study & Utility. Oil CH & DG. 2 Outbuildings totalling c.1570sq ft. Plus further brick outbuilding of circa 2,000sq ft The property has huge potential in a great setting but is ready for considerable 'love and care', likely to mean complete refurbishment but the result will be a gorgeous family home in a rural setting with stunning views.

Circa 1.5 Acre

Private Drainage
Double Glazing
Private access drive as well as a second driveway access shared with the farm courtyard.

Council Tax Band G.

Main House Floor Area c3,600sq ft
Outbuildings: circa 1,570sq ft
Brick Outbuilding circa 2,000sq ft

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Development Site, 3 Church Lane, Drayton

A SINGLE BUILDING PLOT IN AN ENCHANTING LOCATION: Set within a highly  desirable lane in the ancient heart of the village.

With detailed planning consent for a detached house of just over 2,000 sq ft / 186 sq M, a single fifth acre plot (0.198 acre) that is slightly elevated from the lane and offers the self builder a rare opportunity to create an interesting individual house in what is a high quality setting. The built landscape will benefit from the mature treescape of the surrounding housing stock which will give the newly constructed house a sense of being established, complimented by the atmosphere of the part walled site and the attractive nature of the neighbouring period house. The village has a thriving village shop, a pub, and great connectivity to both major road (A34 / M4 / M40) and rail communications (Didcot Parkway Station giving access to London Paddington in 45 minutes). In all, a desirable development opportunity for those seeking to build their own house in a discreet, peaceful and atmospheric location.

GUIDE PRICE: £425,000

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Long Barn, Broadleaze Farm, Shrivenham

Shrivenham c 1.5miles Faringdon c 5.7miles Wantage c10.6miles Swindon Rail c8.7miles M4 J15 c9.2miles Oxford c21.7miles

This handsome detached barn is set well back from the road and looks south over its own ground towards The Downs. It has current consent for conversion to a single residential dwelling of circa 3,200sq ft gross internal to include 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Cloakroom, Family Kitchen, Drawing Room and Dining Room. The grounds extend to circa 2.6 acres, principally paddock land to the south east of the barn.

Planning Application No: P16/V2291/FUL

Shrivenham, a very lively village with shops, doctors surgery, a bank, pubs and restaurants is circa 1.5 miles to the west while the
market town of Faringdon is little more than 10minutes in the car.

The property will be sold subject to a restrictive covenant to the effect that no additional separate dwellings may be created on the site without the consent of the vendor and his successors.

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The Plough Inn Development Site, Merton

Oxford c.7.2 miles Bicester c.3.9 miles Bicester Village Station c.3.3 miles

A 0.342 acre potential residential development site in the heart of the village. Currently the site of the former village public house which has a limited planning history, with an outline consent recently granted for a detached residential unit on the former pub car park area of the site. The village is located in the attractive Otmoor Valley, lying just North of historic Oxford. Rail connections are found close at hand just North in Bicester, and also south in the village of Islip and of course the new Oxford Parkway is located on the southern edge of Kidlington. There is excellent access to major trunk roads the A34 and the M40 Motorway. First class village shop in Islip and the Michelin starred pub / restaurant The Nut Tree Inn is located a short distance away in the village of Murcott.

GUIDE PRICE: £800,000

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