Savills | Sprigs Holly Lane, Chinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4BY | Properties for sale
2,252 sq ft(209.22 sq m)
Guide price £1,195,000

Sprigs Holly LaneChinnor, Oxfordshire, OX39 4BY


    Key features

    • Scope to improve and develop (subject to planning permission)
    • Comfortable family home with large parking area and garden
    • Outbuildings including annexe, garaging and stables
    • Paddocks and lovely views
    • Outstanding elevated semi rural location

    Spacious chalet style house with annexe, outbuildings and wonderful views.

    About this property

    • Boundary Farm is a spacious family home with lovely views in a superb semi rural setting in this sought after area. The house was originally built in the 1950s and benefits from a large garden, paddocks and outbuildings including garaging, annexe and stabling. The house could be extended or redeveloped subject to the necessary planning permissions.

      The house offers spacious ground floor accommodation with a large kitchen/diner which is fitted in a range of Beech units with fitted appliances including double oven, electric hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The dining area is large with plenty of room for a table. A door leads to a useful pantry and a further door leads to the rear terrace. Lovely views down the garden, paddocks and countryside beyond can be enjoyed from here. The sitting room is sizeable with a walk-in bay window to the side and a feature brick fireplace with log burner. A door leads into the conservatory with door to the rear garden. Again there are lovely views from these rooms. There is a utility room accessed from a lobby area with a door to the driveway. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, both are double in size and they are served by a shower room with a white suite and large shower cubicle.

      On the first floor there are two further bedrooms both with walk-in wardrobe alcoves, a family bathroom and access to large attic storage. Bedroom 1 has beautiful far reaching views.

      Outside
      Approached off a country lane, Boundary Farm is accessed through a five bar gate onto a long driveway to one side of the house leading to a parking area for multiple cars. There is a terrace to the rear of the house and lawn to the side and rear with a timber store/kennel and two raised vegetable areas. The rear garden leads onto two fenced paddocks which back onto woodland. Lovely far reaching views can be had from the paddocks.

      The outbuildings comprise garaging with an annexe to the rear and above, with a fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a sitting room, shower room and a large bedroom with attic storage. A further outbuilding has two loose boxes and a tack/store room. Behind these buildings is a yard area and a productive vegetable garden with greenhouse. About 1.5 acres in all.

      Services
      Mains water and electricity. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage (old style cess pit).

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Beautiful elevated country location with outbuildings, land and potential.

    Chris MoorhouseProperty agent

    Local information

    • Chinnor village centre 2.5 miles, Princes Risborough 6.5 miles (mainline train to London Marylebone from 41 minutes), M40 (J5) 5 miles, High Wycombe 9.4 miles (mainline train to London Marylebone from 28 minutes), Oxford 21 miles, London (Baker Street) 41 miles. All times and distances are approximate and correct at the time of writing.
    • Boundary Farm enjoys a wonderful elevated semi rural position on the edge of the Chilterns, yet with easy access to both Oxford, and London via the M40. The road link to London is complemented by the Chiltern rail service into London, Marylebone which operates from nearby Princes Risborough and High Wycombe.
    • Henley-on-Thames and Oxford offer comprehensive shopping and entertainment with local facilities available in Thame and Princes Risborough. There is racing at Newbury, Ascot and Windsor, local point-to-point meetings at Kingston Blount, rowing at Henley Royal Regatta and polo at Smith's Lawn. The surrounding Chiltern Hills provide excellent walking and riding countryside.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From London take the M40 to Junction 5, signposted Stokenchurch. Turn right at the end of the slip road onto the A40 signposted Stokenchurch. Carry straight on and through the village of Stokenchurch turning left into Mudds Bank. Continue through the village of Radnage on City Road bearing left into Bowers Lane. Continue, bearing slight left onto Town End Road, then bearing left again onto Sprigs Holly Lane. After approximately a mile, and a short distance before the Sir Charles Napier Public House Boundary Farm will be found on the left hand side.
    • EPC Rating = E