Small Oxfordshire Estate of Exceptional Quality
Wadley is located near Beckley, a thriving rural village just 5 miles from the centre of Oxford. This historic University City offers outstanding culture whilst being perfectly placed for commuting into central London through its excellent rail and road links.
The village of Beckley has a range of local amenities including a church, village hall, primary school and a community owned pub whilst comprehensive facilities can be found in Oxford. This includes a full range of supermarkets, hospitals and leisure centres. Wadley is perfectly placed for access to a number of independent schools in Oxford and the immediate surrounding area. At Prep school level the list includes Summerfields, the Dragon, and Cothill. At senior level there is Radley, St Edward's, Headington, Abingdon and Madgdalan College.
Accessed from a long driveway bordered by mature oak trees and estate fencing, Wadley is a privately placed small rural estate, with sweeping Oxfordshire views. At the heart of the property lies a substantial stone barn conversion offering light and modern family living space. To the rear of the property lies an exquisite walled rose garden, barbeque area, tennis court and studio space. The estate has 174.17 acres (70.48 hectares) of farmland, currently contract farmed. There is also a rear access drive for agricultural vehicles and deliveries.
Privately placed at the centre of the property, parts of Wadley are thought to be over 400 years old and have been researched as an old Roman tin mine. Converted in 2000 by the current owner, the use of natural light, vaulted ceilings and exposed beams throughout has created a modern living space whilst retaining period features. Set across three floors, the property
has six large double bedrooms.
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