Main Elevation
3,099 sq ft(287.91 sq m)
Guide price £500,000

The GreenMarsh Baldon, Oxford, OX44 9LJ

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Key features

  • Stunning location on edge of the village green
  • Beautiful timber framed period barn for conversion
  • Exciting project
  • Generous plot
  • Detailed planning permission

Substantial period barns, listed Grade II, in this unrivalled position on the edge of the green with planning consent to convert to residential

About this property

  • The Parsonage Farm Barns are situated in the north east corner of the Green to the side of the Farmhouse. Believed to
    date from the 17th Century, they comprise two substantial
    attached barns which are timber framed on stone and brick plinths. Planning and Listed building consent (P18/S4171/FUL and P18/S4172/LB) was granted on 3 April 2019. The plans show two dwellings with 3 and 2 bedrooms with 2,281 sq ft and 818 sq ft respectively. The proposed accommodation is shown within the brochure. Alternatively, there may be scope to create a single dwelling subject to the appropriate consents.

    Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are available subject to the utility companies charges.

    Agents Notice
    Buyer will be covenanted not to be a nuisance to the retained land and to convert the barns to no more than 2 dwellings.

    Access will be granted from the highway with obligations to
    contribute to repairs on a user basis.

    Reservations
    A right of way will be reserved to the vendor for the retained land across the western edge of the site with an obligation to contribute to repairs on a user basis. In addition, a right will be reserved to discharge through drains on the site.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Opportunities like this are extremely rare

Huw WarrenProperty agent

Local information

  • Parsonage Farm Barns are situated in a magical setting on
  • the edge of the Green in the sought after village of Marsh
  • Baldon. Lying approximately 6 miles south of Oxford, it is a
  • “history book” village, centred around the 24 acre gated
  • village Green which is believed to be the largest in the country,
  • and it is where the local cricket club play in the summer.
  • Local amenities include The Seven Stars, a community owned and managed public house, a primary school and the parish
  • church.
  • Communications are good with easy access to the M40 and M4 motorways to London. Didcot mainline station is approximately 8 miles away, with a regular service to London Paddington, with an approximate journey time of 40 minutes.
  • The location is convenient for many well-known schools including those in Oxford and Abingdon.

Additional information

  • Directions: From the A4074 towards Henley on Thames. Pass through Nuneham Courtenay and, towards the end of the village, take the left hand turning signposted “The Baldons”. On entering Marsh Baldon pass the green on your right and then take the road around the side of the green, passing the village school, and Parsonage Farm Barns will be seen at the end on the left.
  • EPC Exempt