Copcourt House is a beautiful Grade II Listed Queen Anne house with secondary accommodation set in stunning gardens and grounds.
Copcourt House is an impressive and historic Grade II listed Queen Anne former farmhouse in an idyllic setting surrounded by its own land, enjoying unspoilt views over its formal and lawned gardens. Built from 1706, the main façade is impressive and the property represents a rare opportunity to acquire an unspoilt Oxfordshire country house.
At the heart of the house is a magnificent banqueting hall, with an impressive exposed timber double vaulted ceiling with a mezzanine floor at one end, that would make a wonderful space for modern entertaining.
The house has many character features, including attractive fireplaces, wood panelling and sash windows. The principal reception rooms are well-proportioned. Of particular note is the magnificent banqueting hall, with an impressive exposed timber double vaulted ceiling with a mezzanine floor at one end. The first floor comprises two bedrooms at the front of the house, both of which have en suite bathrooms and southerly views. There is also a third bedroom (an alternative master bedroom) with W.C., enjoying northerly and westerly views over the garden. There is also a large bathroom/dressing room opposite looking over the gardens. On the second floor (the children's floor) there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom - all leading off from a wide landing/play area.
The gardens and grounds extend to around 6.79 acres in total, comprising of formal gardens, situated to the front and rear of the house, with three ponds and an all-weather tennis court. Beyond the formal gardens lies a paddock. There is a large working kitchen garden, situated to the side of the house, which is enclosed by Upper Court Barn and a range of outbuildings. Copcourt House has a lovely selection of outbuildings which complement the property and are all situated to the south of the main house. The buildings include a former coach house, the granary on staddle stones, former cattle shed, garden stores, glasshouse, former dairy (now a pavilion) overlooking the lawn.
Originally part of the Thame Park Estate, Copcourt House is about 4 miles to the south of Thame. This is the closest market town and provides extensive facilities including a sports centre, a wide range of shops and supermarkets, restaurants and schools. Oxford is within easy reach, lying only around 15 miles away, where there are more extensive
shopping and recreational facilities.