Buckland Road, Buckland, Faringdon, Oxfordshire, SN7


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  • Bedrooms: 4
The property dates back to 1849 though it has recently been significantly extended and remodelled to provide modern and exquisite interiors. Built from Cotswold stone, the property enjoys well-appointed accommodation over three floors with a beautiful kitchen/dining room and a convenient playroom, and orangery positioned to exploit the views to the south, a cosy sitting room and a utility room. The original kitchen remains with a working Aga and is currently used as a Utility room. Upstairs there is a stunning principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms, one of which also has an en suite, a study and family bathroom. The property is approached by a shared driveway which sweeps past the paddocks at the front, round to a courtyard at the rear of the house where there are two stables, a tack room and hay barn. The grounds are bordered to the west by a small spinney with an open boundary that does not belong to the house. There is also a footpath which runs along the driveway and onto adjacent farmland. The driveway is owned by the property but affords access to the adjoining dwelling.

The property is situated just outside the picturesque village of Buckland. This is a small village lying approximately fourteen miles west of Oxford that has the renowned public house, The Lamb, and an excellent primary school. Communications are good with the A420 giving an easy link to the M40 and the M4 at Swindon. Didcot Parkway mainline station is fifteen miles away with regular services to London Paddington taking forty five minutes. Local facilities include shopping at the nearby market towns of Abingdon, Faringdon, Witney and Wantage with a further selection of educational, amenity and shopping facilities in Oxford. Nearby schools to the area include Radley College, Abingdon School, St Helen and St Katharine, St Mary's Wantage, St Hugh's Cokethorpe and Cothill. The Blue Boar at Longworth and The Trout at Tadpole Bridge are well known public houses/restaurants as well as Soho House Mollies Diner. The surrounding countryside is particularly attractive and offers many opportunities for walking and riding.

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John D Wood

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