5 great properties on the market in and around Oxford in August 2018


Luxury properties for sale in Oxfordshire in August 2018

Here’s our pick of luxury properties for sale in and around Oxford in August 2018.

1. Ford Lane, Frilford, Abingdon OX13 – £2,850,000

An impressive, beautifully presented and appointed, recently renovated and extended Georgian style family home situated at the end of a private shared lane, Ford House sits centrally on its fabulous 2-acre plot and the heart of the house revolves around the stunning 40 ft. modern open plan kitchen-dining-living room.

Visit the Savills website

2. Leadent Drive, Childrey OX12 – £2,500,000

An imposing 1950’s detached 5-bedroom property with impressive equestrian facilities including stables, barn, manege, pasture land, and a separate office building – in all 11.29 acres. Sunwillow has been improved and extended over time and now offers in excess of 5000 sq. ft. of living accommodation.

Visit the Carter Jonas website

3. Lakeside, Oxford OX2 – £2,495,000

A 6-bedroom Semi-detached Family house backing onto a private lake in North Oxford. This fantastic new Build property offers more than 5,000 sq. ft. of luxury modern living and lawned south facing gardens leading down to the lake.

Visit the Chancellors website

4. Chiselhampton, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX44 – £2,750,000

Offered in the open market for the first time in 50 years. Approached down a long gravelled drive, within its own Lakeside, Oxford OX2 extensive formal gardens and grounds of approx 11 acres, the property offers 7 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms and 5 Reception Rooms, along with a stretch of the River Thame and an open paddock.

Visit the Knight Frank website

5. Canterbury Road, Oxford, OX2

Built in 1874 by local builder, James Walter to a design by the architect Frederick Codd, 4 Canterbury Road is an attractive and substantial detached Victorian property situated in the heart of the North Oxford Victorian Conservation Area offering large rooms with high ceilings, ornate fireplaces, stained glass and sash windows.

Visit the Penny & Sinclair website

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