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4 bed Farmhouse For Sale

  • arrow icon Circa 0.76 of an acre, south facing garden
  • arrow icon 3/4 Reception Rooms, Beautiful domestic kitchen/orangery with views
  • arrow icon 3/4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Dressing Room
  • arrow icon 375sq ft Former Professional Production Kitchen (ex-units) for repurposing as guest suite/annexe
  • arrow icon 731Sq ft Outbuilding with stable
  • arrow icon 19th Century Farmhouse
  • arrow icon Simply Gorgeous Gardens
  • arrow icon NOT LISTED
This is a genuinely rare opportunity to acquire a handsome village house in a fabulously peaceful rural setting with what has to be one of the most exceptional and stunning views to be found in the county. To be sat on the terrace at Oxleaze, sipping on a well earned cooling drink at the end of a summer's day while gazing out over the pretty gardens and fields to the magnificent curves and slopes of White Horse Hill must be about as close to experiencing heaven on earth as any of us can possibly hope for.

If you are looking for a home that combines modern comfort with rural charm, this farmhouse in Woolstone is the perfect choice. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of countryside paradise.

Wantage c8.3 miles Faringdon c6.3 miles St Hugh's school c9.2 miles Pinewood school c6.5 miles Didcot Rail c17.4 miles

The love the present owners feel for Oxleaze is evident as you move from room to room, you feel the warmth and charms at every turn. The main reception rooms, sitting room and dining room enjoy elegant ceiling heights and the recent addition of the Orangery to the stylish kitchen/breakfast room is pure joy. Somewhere to sit with a coffee and soak up the glorious outlook.

What was once a double garage has been completely and thoroughly converted to a very high standard professional food production kitchen for the owners business. This very large room has two sets of double doors looking south over the garden to the hills and would appear to be crying out for a simple bit of repurposing to a guest suite, a magnificent drawing room, an annexe for relatives or a spectacular home office. Now that the hard work of making this area a habitable part of the home has been done there really are an abundance of uses for the space.

The new oak porch and the hall are very welcoming and what is currently termed 'study/bedroom 4' sits at the west hand side of the house with more views over farmland and a smaller area of self contained garden.

A wonderfully practical area along the back of the house makes for a generous utility/dog room together with ground floor cloakroom.

On the first floor there is the main bedroom with high ceiling and exposed timbers and an enormous en-suite shower room (big enough to entertain in!) Bedroom 2 is at the south west corner and the third bedroom is above the study faces west. The main family bathroom has been completely redone making very good use of the space. There really is a view from almost every window.

The gardens are simply gorgeous! The whole plot amounts to circa 0.76 of an acre, almost all to the south of the house with extensive lawns and thoughtfully planted beds with an abundance of plants, shrubs and trees to provide colour and delight all through the summer months.

There are two driveways onto the property, both leading to the front of the house where an ancient pear tree serve as a 'roundabout'!

On the western boundary there is what was originally constructed as a tractor shed, an open fronted building with a single stable alongside. It doesn't require much imagination to see this as a carport, a fine workshop or subject to the relevant consents perhaps an annexe that might have windows looking out to the west.

I just love this property, like most period homes in the countryside it has its little quirks but for me, the charms of the accommodation, the peaceful setting and the stunning views would win the day every time.

The main part of the village of Woolstone, almost a mile to the south, has a very pretty 12th Century church and a popular thatched public house with a warm welcome.

Uffington, the rather larger village is less than a mile away and has another charming pub, a very fine church often referred to as The Cathedral of the Vale, a primary school, its own museum, a thriving village shop, superb village hall and sports ground and clubhouse for football and cricket as well as the tennis club.

These villages are now well served with a regular bus service to the market towns of Wantage and Faringdon in addition to the village's own minibus service that runs twice a week to Wantage.

Oil Fired Central Heating

Council Tax Band G £3801.52 2024/2025

Private Drainage

Oxleaze Farmhouse is NOT LISTED

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