* NO ONWARD CHAIN * A rare opportunity to acquire a spacious detached farmhouse situated in this popular North Oxfordshire village with regular train & transport links to London, Oxford & Birmingham and easy access to the M40.
St John's Farmhouse has origins dating back to the1700s with later additions and alterations made in the1800s. The property has been a much loved family home for the past 45 years and would now benefit from some updating but provides the perfect opportunity for the next generation. The property retains a wealth of character features but provides substantial and flexible accommodation that lends itself to modern day living with plenty of scope for families to work from home.
The c.4000 sq.ft of principal accommodation comprises a welcoming hall, sitting room, drawing room and kitchen/dining room on the ground floor, with five bedrooms, an attic room and three bathrooms laid out over the first and second floors.
The Farmhouse benefits from several outbuildings including a garage, workshop and a 40' barn with scope for conversion, subject to the necessary consents. The gated driveway leads to the mature, south west facing rear garden which is fully enclosed and features a pond and soft fruit garden.
Tackley is a charming village with a traditional village green overlooked by a number of beautiful period houses and fascinating Church which is steeped in history and dates back to the 11th century. The villlage has an excellent community and is well served by a community shop with internet cafe, primary school, good village pub and the huge advantage of a mainline railway station with regular trains to Oxford and London Paddington. Nearby Oxford Parkway offers fast ( approx 55 mins) trains to London Marylebone.
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