- Period farmhouse
- Grade II Listed
- Existing swimming pool
- Sought after village
- Scope to create a fabulous family home with ancillary accommodation subject to planning
- Multiple outbuildings
- House, gardens & paddock totalling circa 3.14 acres
- Far reaching, delightful rural views
- Soho Farmhouse 5.2 miles
Maxwell Douglas Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale this charming period farmhouse set in circa 3.14 acres in the highly sought after village of Wigginton.
Home Farm House is a relatively untouched example of a period farmhouse with a number of useful barns/outbuildings, all of which are constructed using local ironstone. The farmhouse itself extends to 2857 square feet with the main barns adding an additional 965 square feet of potential accommodation (subject to usual planning consents). There is existing consent for a separate 2 bed dwelling in the ancillary barns. However, our view, and that of our client, is that there is a wholly more appropriate and sympathetic scheme which incorporates the rear barns into the farmhouse itself and the entire property remains as an extended single family dwelling. Cherwell District Council have given a supportive response to a planning pre-application submitted by the vendor, details of which are available upon request. The paddock will be subject to a decreasing overage, please ask for further information.
This property represents a relatively unique opportunity in the current market for the incoming purchaser to adapt the final planning proposals to appropriately fit their own requirements.
We anticipate interest levels to be high and therefore strongly recommend that you arrange to visit at your earliest opportunity to fully appreciate what is on offer and to avoid missing out.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Wigginton is a picturesque north Oxfordshire village nestling in the Swere Valley and enjoys undulating and rural views. The village church reportedly dates back to 1250. The amenities include the White Swan public house, village hall and well served recreation ground. The village is ideally situated to explore many places of interest including the nearby ancient site of ‘The Rollright Stones' now designated a protected ‘Dark Sky' area.
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