Mill Lane, Middle Barton, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 7BT | Property for sale | Savills
4,226 sq ft(392.61 sq m)
Asking price £975,000(€1,111,706)

Mill LaneMiddle Barton, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7 7BT

    Key features

    • Historically important dwelling
    • Character home with frontage to the Dorn river
    • Scope for renovation
    • Beautiful gardens
    • Ideal for Soho Farmhouse and the Cotswolds

    A historic and substantial converted mill now in need of updating.

    About this property

    • It is believed there has been a mill on the site since the time of the Domesday Book. The current buildings are thought to date from the 16th or 17th century and were originally known as Barton Mill and Barton Mill Cottage but in recent years have simply been The Mill House. The properties were renovated in the 1980's when floors were added to the Mill and they were linked by a single story building in the east corner. Situated in Bartons Conservation Area in the picturesque Dorn Valley through which the Dorn river flows and once powered the mill. The property provides over 4,200 sq ft of flexible accommodation arranged over various floors and now requires extensive updating and refurbishment.

      The Mill House and surrounding properties were flooded in the winter of 2019/20 due to the lack of capacity in the river channel at Mill Lane. The lack of capacity was due to several decades of sediment build up that has now been cleared. A hydraulic report for The Mill House has been prepared and is available to interested parties.

      The property has vehicular access off Mill Lane from both sides of the ford and there is ample space for car parking. The extensive and attractive gardens lie to the west of the Mill House and the River Dorn runs through part of the garden and then along the northern boundary.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    This is such an exciting opportunity to modernise such a fascinating period property

    Huw WarrenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Middle Barton is the largest of the three Bartons, which also include the hamlets of Westcott Barton and Steeple Barton, set in the midst of the undulating North Oxfordshire countryside. Within the village are a primary school, parish church, two public houses and village shop.
    • Communications are good with Junction 10 of the M40 some 8 miles away and mainline stations at Lower Heyford, Charlbury, Oxford and Bicester.
    • For those looking to enjoy the surrounding there are lovely walks along the River Dorn and nearby footpaths.

    Additional information

    • Distances
    • Oxford 13 miles, Woodstock 8 miles, Charlbury (London,Paddington from 70 mins) 8 miles, Chipping Norton 8 miles, Soho Farmhouse 5 miles, Banbury 11 miles (Distances are approximate)
    • All mains services connected. Gas central heating
    • Council Tax - Band G
    • Photographs taken and brochure prepared August 2022
    • Viewing strictly by appointment with Savills Summertown office 01865 339700
    • Directions: From Oxford head north on the A4260 and, after approximately 13 miles, turn left at the Hopcrofts Holt signposted The Bartons. Follow the road in to Middle Barton and then turn left on to Mill Lane and The Mill House will be seen on the right at the bottom of the hill before the ford.
    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G