Taston, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, OX7

£150,000

Guide price

Draft Lotting Plan

A: Barn in 0.5 acre plot

B: 1 acre plot - £26,000

B+C: 5 acre plot - £97,500

B+C+D: 10acre plot - £195,000

B+C+D+E: 16.9 acre plot - £329,550

B+C+D+E+F: 20 acre plot - £390,000

The Saltway Barn (constructed in 1860 according to the date stone) is situated in amongst the arable lands of Hill Farm, Taston. This property lies along a country lane situated between Taston and Church Enstone. The location of this Victorian Barn is, in terms of a rural pied a terre, most desirable with Blenheim Palace and grounds to the south and Soho Farmhouse six and a half miles away to the north. Charlbury is within three miles with a thriving community. The market town has a good selection of shops, a library, clubs and societies as well as bus services to the local towns of Chipping Norton, Witney, Woodstock and Oxford. There is also a main line rail station on the Worcester - Oxford - London (Paddington) line. This vibrant yet picturesque town has a real community spirit at its heart, full of welcoming public houses, regular local markets and is ideal for walking and cycling. Daylesford Organic Farm is also in easy reach offering sustainable organic produce in a beautiful setting. The renowned Charlbury circular walk that encompasses the deer park of Cornbury House, and a path through Wychwood forest, is itself within walking distance (approximately three and a half miles) of the “1860 The Saltway Barn”. There is another nice but quite short walk from Charlbury to the outside of Ditchley House.

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John D Wood

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