- Situated in a superb rural position
- A rarely available opportunity to purchase a complete rural property
- Three bedroom home with potential
- Extensive range of farm buildings
- 40 acres of permanent pasture
A family house, range of farm buildings and 40 acres in an elevated position with stunning rural views
Brockford Farm is situated in a superb rural position equidistant between the popular villages of Whichford and Hook Norton. Hook Norton is an active, sought after village which is well served with a large village shop, butchers, post office, several pubs, famous local brewery, doctor and dental surgeries, library, filling station and garage, vets and primary school.
Whichford has a popular local pottery, cafe and pub, with the renowned Cotswold Distillery in Stourton. The popular market town of Chipping Norton is nearby and offers more extensive shopping and entertainment with an active local theatre and many fine restaurants and pubs.
Leisure and sporting activities in the area include a village sports and tennis club at Hook Norton, well renowned Soho Farmhouse at Great Tew, Daylesford Organic Farmshop and Spa; golf at Tadmarton Heath and Chipping Norton; theatres at Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon.
The surrounding area includes the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and hosts many footpaths and bridleways for walking and riding.
There are excellent educational facilities in the area including primary school at Hook Norton and public schools at Bloxham School and Tudor Hall with the Oxford and Cheltenham Schools within easy reach. Transport connections are good with the M40 motorway at either junction 10 (Ardley) for the south or junction 11 (Banbury) for the north. Train service to London Paddington from Charlbury (fast service from 75 minutes) and to London Marylebone Banbury (fast service from 52 minutes).
Brockford Farm comprises a rarely available opportunity to purchase a complete rural property with a spacious three bedroom home with potential, an extensive range of farm buildings and productive pasture land in a stunning rural setting.
Accommodation and Grounds
The property is currently single storey including 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, study, large sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room, together with a double garage and parking area, with an attractive wooded copse. There are wonderful south facing views over your own land and countryside beyond. The property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition.
There is a separate access to the extensive farm buildings including steel framed general purpose buildings with further potential subject to the necessary planning consents. Please note an application has been made to convert one of the buildings into residential use.
Beyond the house and outbuildings the 40 acres is laid to permanent pasture. The majority of the land is on a flat gradient and the remaining land offers quite a good gradient providing potential facilities for a gallop, and also offering stunning rural views.
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