Oxford Road, Clifton Hampden, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 3EW | Property for sale | Savills
2,155 sq ft(200.21 sq m)
Guide price £1,250,000

Oxford RoadClifton Hampden, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 3EW

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Sought after Thames side village
  • Period charm set in nearly an acre of gardens
  • Detached annexe with great potential
  • Potential to extend
  • A much loved home

Character family home with separate barn annexe.

About this property

  • Home Farm House dates from the 18th century with later additions forming the family home it is today. Sitting in its plot of about an acre, and set back from the road, the property is approached via a gravel drive with a small stream running to one side.

    The entrance porch opens to the centre of the house with good size reception rooms either side. One being the welcoming sitting room with its stripped beams, working fireplace and views over the west facing garden. Opposite the dining room, with parquet floor, also has a working fireplace with an unusual painted Victorian slate surround.
    The cosy family room, situated between the sitting room and the rear hallway, has French doors opening to the terrace and garden beyond. Also off the rear hall, is the kitchen with Aga, utility room, boot room and large cloakroom. Another small room accessed via the hall and dining room would make an ideal study. Interesting features throughout the house are old quarry tiled floors, tongue and groove panelling, exposed beams and wooden floors to some rooms.

    Upstairs are four bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room, and a family bathroom. There may be scope to make a dressing room in the area just before the steps leading to the master bedroom.

    The detached one bedroom annexe, known as Fig Tree Barn, is situated to the front and has, in the past, been let by the present owners. It offers a multitude of other possible uses including ancillary accommodation, home office and holiday let.
    Outside, the delightful established gardens with mature trees lead on to a woodland garden at the end. In all the grounds are nearly an acre.

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Home Farm House is a character property in spacious gardens with detached annexe ideal for home office or ancillary accommodation.

Huw WarrenProperty agent

Local information

  • Clifton Hampden is a thriving village set within a conservation area, with a public house, doctors' surgery, village hall, shop and Post Office, parish church, nursery school and primary school. There is also a thriving cricket club and a tennis club where community gatherings are regularly held.
  • In heart of the village is the River Thames with its ancient bridge with stunning walks both towards the ancient town of Dorchester-on-Thames and the lock in the opposite direction with Abingdon beyond.
  • The thriving market town of Abingdon is just four miles away and offers supermarkets, sporting facilities and a weekly market.
  • There is an excellent range of state and private schools available in Abingdon, Oxford and Didcot.
  • Distances - Dorchester-on-Thames 4 miles, Abingdon 4 miles, Oxford 9 miles, Didcot Parkway (London Paddington from 41 mins) 6 miles (All distances and times are approximate)

Additional information

  • Services - Mains water, drainage and electricity are connected.
  • Oil-fired central heating to the house, electric heaters to the annexe. Super-fast broadband.
  • Council Tax - Band G
  • Annexe Council Tax - Band A
  • Fixtures and fittings
  • Those items mentioned in these sale particulars are included in the freehold sale. All other fixtures, fittings, garden ornaments and furnishings are expressly excluded. Further information should be obtained from Savills.
  • Photography 2020 and brochure prepared April 2022.
  • Directions: From Oxford, proceed along the A4074 towards Henley. Pass through Nuneham Courtenay and at the next roundabout turn right towards Clifton Hampden. The driveway to Home Farm House is the first on the right on entering the village. Alternatively, from the staggered traffic lights on the A415, in the heart of the village, head north signposted Oxford. The driveway to the property is the last one of the left as you are leaving the village.
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G