Site Plan
Guide price £200,000 -​ £500,000(4,249,207 EGP -​ 10,623,018 EGP)

Hinksey HillOxford, OX1 5BW


    Key features

    • Former stables and land currently used as a builders and storage yard
    • Full planning permission for the conversion of the existing buildings to residential usage
    • Total area of land is approximately 0.65 acres (0.26 ha)
    • Ample hard standing and turning space for vehicles and large lawned paddock
    • Completely enclosed and private

    An excellent development opportunity.

    About this property

    • Once employed for equestrian purposes, the site is now used as a builders yard and for storage. The stable buildings comprise an L shaped footprint with an overall length of 15.3 metres, a maximum depth of 6.5 metres and eaves height of 2.4 metres, average heights of 3.2 metres. The walled are clad with feather edge timber and the roof is covered with corrugated fibre cement sheeting. Planning permission granted by the Vale of White Horse (reference P18/V2809/FUL) 3rd June 2019. In addition to the site area that has received planning permission, the adjacent paddock area is also being sold. The land area is approximately 0.65 acres (026 ha).

      Services
      To be connected.

      Brochure prepared July 2019

      Agents Comment: An employee of Savills is a relative of the owner and therefore is a ‘related person' as described in the Estate Agents Act of 1979

    I think this development site offers a range of options and usage in an unusually private yet convenient location.

    Huw WarrenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Betty Lane is a no through cul de sac serving just 5 homes and the stables forming the development site.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the southern Oxford ring road at the A34 junction, follow the signs to Hinksey Hill, Boars Hill and Wootton and Betty Lane is the first turning on the right.
    • EPC Exempt