A spectacular and unique development of 9 homes situated on the edge of the pretty hamlet of Kingstone Winslow, at the foot of the Ridgeway ancient road, southwest Oxfordshire. A gorgeous setting where there is a real chance of hearing the proverbial ‘pin’ drop, wonderfully peaceful with almost no passing traffic and yet just a short stroll from the larger village of Ashbury and with easy access to The Ridgeway and miles of walking, cycling, running and horse riding in breath taking countryside.
Rural bliss but within very easy reach of rail, motorway and shopping centres when the need arises.
A highly desirable opportunity to purchase perhaps as “lock and leave” second home, maybe holiday use, or simply as a wonderful home set in beautiful countryside.
The development will provide a mix of one and two bedroom single and two storey properties. Sympathetic to the original buildings there will be stunning features created including full height living areas, curved roofs, open-plan living, landscaped gardens and communal terraces.
All homes will have a 1:1 ratio of bathrooms to bedrooms.
Outside, each home will have a private garden and ample private parking together with plenty of communal visitor space
The Farmyard is located on the very edge of the pretty hamlet of Kingstone Winslow, with far reaching rural views over the Vale of White Horse. The hamlet is criss-crossed with public footpaths including direct links to the Ridgeway, the ancient path, which runs along the top of the Berkshire Downs from Avebury to Streatley passing over Uffington White Horse Hill, just 3 miles to the west with the oldest White Horse chalk carving in the country, thought to date back almost 3,000 years.
The neighbouring village of Ashbury is within a short walking distance, is also nestled at the foot of the Lambourn Downs, and is home to St Marys Church, the Rose and Crown public house, primary school (Ofsted – Good 2019) and village shop/café, all just a few minutes away by footpath.
Nearby Shrivenham (c. 4 miles) is one of the larger villages in the Vale, with a number of shops, restaurants, public houses, a primary school, Church of England and Methodist churches and a doctors' surgery. A regular bus service (S6) links Swindon and Oxford via Shrivenham.
Junction 15 of the M4 (Swindon) is c. 7 miles and Junction 14 (Hungerford) is 12 miles. Mainline railway services at Swindon (c9.5 miles) to the west and Didcot or Oxford to the east.
Strictly By Appointment Please.