Lower Ham Farm consists of planning permission for eight new dwellings, the conversion of two listed barns together with an existing farmhouse.
The property is available as a whole, with alternative proposals for the purchase of part also considered (including the farmhouse in isolation).
Located to the east of Moreton Road, the property benefits from excellent transport links, via the A417, to the A34 and the national motorway network.
The village of Aston Tirrold offers a range of amenities including a village hall (with an outreach post office), cricket club, three churches and The Chequers public house. A Waitrose supermarket is located in nearby Wallingford and a full range of national retailers, restaurants and leisure facilities are available in Oxford and Newbury, which are 19 and 18 miles from the site respectively.
The local area benefits from a number of independent schools, including preparatory at Moulsford, Chandlings, Cranford House and Cothill. Senior schools include Radley, Abingdon, Downe House, The Oratory and St Helen & St Katherine.
Mark Charter, Partner, Carter Jonas Oxford said: “Lower Ham Farm offers an exciting development opportunity, in an ideal location, to create a unique and visually striking residential scheme. It is perfectly located for the region’s business, retail and leisure hubs, and many excellent schools. The property is also in close proximity to Didcot Parkway train station, which is just four miles away, as such it is also an ideal location to commute into London Paddington. The site’s location and potential make it an extremely appealing proposition for those looking to benefit from easy transport links amidst the pure tranquillity of the Oxfordshire landscape.”
Unconditional offers are currently being sought. Further information and bidding guidance is available from Carter Jonas Oxford.