Horton-cum-Studley, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX33 1AY | Property for sale | Savills
3,110 sq ft(288.93 sq m)
Guide price £1,300,000(€1,537,761)

Horton-cum-StudleyOxford, Oxfordshire, OX33 1AY

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Wonderfully light & airy
  • Flexible layout
  • Great entertaining space
  • Garaging & parking
  • Close to countryside walks

Impressive house in elevated position with views.

About this property

  • A striking, extended house which provides very light, well proportioned and flexible accommodation over three floors. The emphasis is on space, with the rooms flowing well from one to the other. The centrepiece is the large sitting room, with full height windows and bi-fold doors providing exceptional natural light, as well as opening to the south facing terrace, ideal for al fresco dining, and with views across the garden. From the porch and inner front door, steps lead up to the open plan reception/dining hall, which leads into the contemporary kitchen, and there is a separate utility room with access to the front garden.

    The principal bedroom suite is on the first floor, with dressing area, en suite bathroom and Juliette balconies overlooking the garden. There are four further bedrooms, three with en suites, and a family bathroom.
    The lower ground floor has access to the garage and has a playroom, suitable for a home office, also with its own external door.

    The gardens lie mainly to the south of the property. The grounds were formerly the orchard of Studley Priory and, as such, contain a number of fruit trees, including apple, cherry, plum and damson. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn and have far reaching views.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A wonderful combination of light, space and style and, set in good gardens with views, this home will suit families of all ages

Ronnie van der PloegProperty agent

Local information

  • Horton-cum-Studley is one of the “Seven Towns of Otmoor” and is situated on the eastern edge of the moor, part of which has been designated as a site of special scientific interest, with its RSPB reserve of wet meadows and reed beds. For those wishing to enjoy the immediate surroundings, there are lovely countryside walks along the footpaths and bridleways. The village has a thriving community, with an annual summer fete, which incorporates the start of the Otmoor Challenge, a sponsored half marathon. There are also two tennis courts, a cricket club and Studley Wood Golf Course. There are mainline train stations at Haddenham & Thame Parkway, Oxford Parkway and Oxford. There is good access to the wide range of schools in Oxford, and junctions 8 & 9 of the M40 are within easy reach.

Additional information

  • Council Tax - Band G
  • Services - Mains services connected, oil fired heating.
  • Brochure prepared and photographs taken January 2024.
  • Directions: From the Headington roundabout, take the exit signposted Horton cum Studley and Beckley. On entering the village, follow the road up the hill, and Bernwood is about half way up on the right.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G