Savills | Coddimoor Lane, Whaddon, Milton Keynes, MK17 0LR | Property for sale
487.18 sq m
Excess of £2,000,000

Coddimoor LaneWhaddon, Milton Keynes, MK17 0LR

    Key features

    • Wonderful family home with period features
    • Rural setting offering space and privacy
    • Extensive landscaped gardens and grounds
    • Equestrian facilities
    • Extensive paddock grazing of about 16 acres
    • In all about 23.77 acres
    • Countryside views
    • Access to excellent local state and independent schools

    Delightful family living in a glorious rural setting.

    About this property

      Historical records suggest Coddimoor Farm was once a 12th to 13th century hermitage that was probably absorbed by Snelshall Priory. It is understood that the current ponds
      may well have replaced much earlier, possibly medieval ponds, typical of a Priory at that time.

      Approached along a drive to the front of the house, Coddimoor Farm enjoys a rural position, adjoining farmland and overlooking countryside.

      The original house is of brick and timber construction with later rendered additions under a clay tile roof.

      Coddimoor Farm has been under the same ownership since 1984 over which time it has served as a wonderful family home.

      On arrival the house has a lovely, friendly and inviting atmosphere emanating a real sense of calm. The house flows off in all directions from the central galleried reception hall making it ideal for family and entertaining.

      Internally, numerous period features still remain including an inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers, four panel internal doors, brick and timber stud work and wood parquet floors.

      Recent work to the property has involved the creation of a guest bedroom suite on the ground floor, addition of the garage block and one bedroom flat over, ideal for guests, groom or live-in staff and extensive landscaping outside.

      Whilst carefully maintained, the incoming buyer may wish to modernise the kitchen and some of the bathrooms.

      Many of the principal rooms have a lovely aspect on to the garden, particularly a generous farmhouse kitchen and breakfast room with views to the east over paddock grazing. The kitchen and breakfast room has extensive built in units, Aga and ample space for informal dining, with a door off to sitting room and a door to the inner lobby with access to larder, boot room and laundry. Glazed doors on to a decked area overlook the rear garden, ponds and fields.

      Stairs rise to the galleried landing from where doors lead off to the principal bedroom with walk through dressing room/study and a bedroom currently used as an office/study; guest bedrooms which are generous; three further bath/shower rooms.

      There are extensive landscaped gardens and grounds in keeping with the style and age of the property with herbaceous borders and beds, paved entertaining areas, extensive lawns and spinney areas. A series of naturally fed ponds amongst a wooded glade.

      An En Toute Cas hard tennis court lies to the south and is in need of re-surfacing. Summerhouse on revolving track.

      Triple garage with automatic up and over doors with further storage to the rear. From here there is access to the one bedroom flat above plus gardener's WC.

      Timber barn, green house and stores.

      Various equestrian facilities including large modern agricultural barn measuring 60ft x 60ft comprising nine loose boxes and extensive storage. Hard standing. Light, power and water are
      connected. The drive leads to the main house, but also branches off to this barn, thus separating the equestrian day to day running from the house and therefore making it ideal for livery or other uses. Outdoor school and further timber barn.

      Extensive paddock grazing of about 16 acres with post and wire fencing and water.

      In all about 23.77 acres.

      In summary Coddimoor Farm offers space, privacy, views and a lovely destination to bring up a family with access to excellent local state and independent schools.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This rural property has a real sense of space and privacy.

    Nick RudgeProperty agent

    Local information

    • Whaddon village is Anglo Saxon in origin meaning “hill where wheat is grown”. The village is at the centre of the ancient Whaddon Chase, formerly royal hunting land, which is designated as an area of Special Landscape Interest.
    • The property is within a short car journey of amenities in the village which include the Lowndes Arms pub and restaurant, St Mary's church, C of E First School which is rated outstanding by Ofsted, a mobile post office (visits on a Tuesday). The village has an active community, centred round the village hall, with a quarterly magazine and a Facebook page highlighting a variety of clubs and societies including a playgroup, a book club, a choir and a table tennis club.
    • Other local amenities, shops, banks, public houses, doctors and dentists etc are to be found 5 miles away at Winslow with the larger towns of Buckingham (8.4 miles), Leighton Buzzard (11.4 miles), Aylesbury (14.7 miles) and Milton Keynes (5.4 miles) for more extensive facilities.
    • Local state schools in Winslow, (middle) and Buckingham (secondary), with both Buckingham Royal Latin Grammar and Aylesbury Grammar schools being very popular.
    • Private schools in the area include Stowe, Thornton College and Akeley Wood. Prep schools at Swanbourne, Beachborough (Westbury), Bury Lawn (Milton Keynes) and Winchester House (Brackley).
    • Local sporting and leisure activities in the area include golf at Buckingham and Woburn; motor racing at Silverstone; horse racing at Towcester; the Swan Pool Leisure centre in Buckingham; theatres and cinema available in Milton Keynes and Oxford.
    • Rail services include Milton Keynes (4.5 miles) to London/ Euston peak time about 35 minutes. Road links with M1 (J14) 9.25 miles.
    • Please note all travel times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D