Savills | Church Lane, Yarnton, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 1PY | Property for sale
422.80 sq m
Guide price £1,850,000(€2,037,385)

Church LaneYarnton, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, OX5 1PY


    Key features

    • No onward chain
    • Recently updated to a high specification
    • Drawing room with French windows to garden and wood burner
    • Attractive gardens with terrace area
    • Detached outbuilding with scope for home office/ancillary subject to relevant consents

    Impeccably presented period property in edge of village location about 4 miles from Oxford

    About this property

    • Situated at the end of a no through lane at the edge of the village, Mead Farm has origins dating to the mid seventeenth century and has evolved over the years. Constructed of stone below a pitched stonesfield slate roof, the property is Grade II listed and retains a wealth of period features.
      Tastefully updated to a high specification by the current owners works include re- wiring, re-plumbing and new central heating system/boiler. The bathrooms have been refurbished, as has the kitchen with granite work surfaces, gas range oven and work island, with matching units and work surfaces in the utility room.

      The property today combines all the charm of a period property with the comforts of modern living.

      Outside - Approached through wooden gates to gravel parking, there is an impressive detached, thatched barn providing garaging for 2/3 vehicles and a store room. With space in the eaves, it offers scope for conversion for other uses subject to relevant consents.

      To the rear are attractive partly walled gardens backing on to fields. Mainly laid to lawn, there is sheltered terrace area to the side of the house.

      Mains services are connected. Security alarm.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Situated between Oxford and Woodstock down a no through lane this is really super former farmhouse with nice big garden and outbuildings.

    Nicky QuentelProperty agent

    Local information

    • Situated about 4 miles to the north of the city of Oxford, the village of Yarnton has amenities which include a primary school, village hall, two public houses, doctors surgery, post office/ shop and garden centre. The nearby historic town of Woodstock offers day to day facilities, with Oxford providing for cultural, sporting and shopping needs.
    • Blenheim Palace with its landscaped parkland is a local attraction to visit and for walks.
    • Communication is excellent with Oxford Parkway station close by (about 3 miles) serving London Marylebone from about 56 minutes. The M40 is reached via the A34 and there is a regular bus service into Oxford from the top of the lane. Yarnton is also well located for a wide selection of state and independent schools in and around the city of Oxford.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Leaving Oxford on the A44 northwards, proceed towards Woodstock. At the roundabout by The Turnpike public house, turn left signposted Yarnton. Once in the village, turn left into Church Lane and proceed to the end, where Mead Farm is found on the right.
    • EPC Exempt