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Primrose Lane Weald, Bampton Guide Price £650,000

  • Superb private grounds of c.0.80 of an acre
  • In need of updating
  • Wealth of character
  • Stone Mullion Windows
  • Main house c.1830 sq ft
  • Detached Garage
  • Not been to market in over 30 years
  • Method of sale via sealed bids

Highmoor House is an imposing property which dates back to the mid 1800s and sits proudly in a total plot approaching 0.80 of an Arce. The property is in need of updating internally and could be extended (subject to the correct planning). An outstanding feature of the property are the gardens that have an abundance of mature shrubs, trees, hedges and flower beds and its fair to say that this mix of property with these type of grounds are very rare. The property itself was a former stone barn and has a wealth of character with beams, vaulted ceilings, stone mullion windows, wooden flooring and open fireplace. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and the proportion of room sizes and layout is good. Highmoor is approached from Primrose Lane via a long single driveway that opens up to a gravel driveway with extensive parking and access to the detached garage. The main gardens sit to the rear of the house with further gardens to both flanks with deep flower beds and lawns. The boundaries are a mix of hedging and mature trees.

Primrose Lane
County: Oxfordshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: BA00000814


Reception Hallway With Gallery Landing * L Shaped Living Room With Fireplace * Dining Room * Kitchen-Breakfast Room * Master Bedroom With Shower Cubical * 2 Further Double Bedrooms * Family Bathroom * Gas Central Heating To Radiators * Driveway With Extensive Parking * Detached Single Garage With Eves Storage * Superb Gardens Offering Privacy * Total Plot c.0.80 acre *


Bampton is an attractive Cotswold village known for its large Georgian houses, elegant church and impressive Victorian Town Hall. In the seventeenth century Bampton was an important leather trading centre and became famous for its jackets, gloves and breeches. Bampton is also renowned as the historic home of Morris Dancing and the Bampton Morris dancers flourish to this day. The village offers a selection of shops including a Co-Op mini-supermarket and a family butcher, public houses, hairdressers and Post Office. It also has a primary school, doctor's surgery with pharmacy and a public library. There are also further schooling and shopping facilities in, Witney and Faringdon (both about 5 miles) and Burford (about 7 miles). The village is also well situated for road communications being about 5 miles from both the A40 and the A420.


From Abbey Properties Office proceed towards Weald via Bridge Street after a short distance take the left turning onto Weald Street then take the second left onto Primrose Lane and follow the road round the bend. After a few hundred yards you will see an Abbey Properties for sale board at the entrance to the property grounds.


Viewing by appointment via the vendors sole agents Abbey Properties 01993 851881


Council Tax G £2846.60 information provided by www.westoxon.gov.uk


This freehold property is being offered for sale and will be going to SEALED BIDS to be submitted to our offices no later than 12.00 noon on Thursday the 3rd of August 2017. The terms and procedure of this process can be found below.

Primrose Lane
County: Oxfordshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: BA00000814
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