Rear Elevation
3,000 sq ft(278.71 sq m)
Guide price £1,395,000

Otmoor LaneBeckley, Oxford, OX3 9TB

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Sought after village with primary school and pub
  • Over an acre of gardens and grounds
  • Single storey versatile accommodation
  • Sitting room with fireplace, open plan to dining area
  • Planning for conversion to two separate dwellings

Exceptional opportunity in an outstanding location

About this property

  • Park Wall is an individually designed and built property, originally constructed during the 1950s, subsequently extended in the 1960s and more recently by the current owners. It offers character accommodation all on one floor, with light and airy rooms with outstanding views over its gardens and the countryside beyond.

    Representing a wonderful family home as it is, the property also has the particular benefit of recently obtaining planning permission (P19/S1354/FUL) for conversion to two separate dwellings and floor plans are provided showing the layout of the accommodation as it is, and if the planning permission was implemented. A plan is also provided showing the revised driveway access and garden apportionment of each dwelling.

    An opportunity such as this in one of the more highly regarded Oxfordshire villages is extremely rare to the market and early viewings are advised.

    Services
    Mains water and electricity connected. Private shared drainage. Oil central heating and Aga. LPG to gas hob. Fast fibre optic Gigaclear broadband

    Brochure prepared August 2019, photographs taken 2014.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Cracking elevated edge of village position

Peter LongProperty agent

Local information

  • The ancient village of Beckley is a highly regarded village with amenities including a recently constructed architect designed village hall with sports field and tennis court, a delightful community owned public house (The Abingdon Arms), a thriving primary school and a 14th century church (St. Mary's).
  • It is situated just a few miles from Oxford, on the edge of Otmoor, within an area of great landscaped value. Fast and easy access is provided to Headington and North Oxford.
  • Road and rail travel are easily accessible via the A40/M40 to London, the A34 to the north and south and local railway stations at Islip and North Oxford Parkway.

Additional information

  • Directions: At the A40/Headington roundabout take the exit signposted Beckley/Stanton St. John/Horton cum Studley and at the T-junction to the B4027, turn left, go 300m and then turn right via New Inn Road into Beckley village, bear right into the High Street and at the very end turn left down Otmoor Lane and Park Wall is the last property on the right.
  • EPC Rating = E