In splendid contrast to the abundance of historic buildings, Orwell House, named after one of the village’s appreciators, is a sophisticated series of modern spaces seamlessly linked to each other and the landscape.
Thoroughly refurbished and in-part re-built with an oak frame to create a more contemporary and energy-efficient home with exceptional spaces.
Located in a conservation area, moments from Oxford city centre and Summertown, this delightful family house dates back to the 17th century, with later additions.
One of four barn style properties in an attractive community of just six dwellings on a former farm, thoughtfully designed to echo the charm and character of the original buildings.
Look inside the beautiful Grade II listed Winterbrook House in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, that was once home to Agatha Christie.
This contemporary yet charming home overlooking rolling farmland and the Oxfordshire countryside boasts an impressive 5,450 sq. ft. living space, with five bedrooms and four en-suites.
Perfectly positioned on the edge of the sought-after village of Appleton, this house is steeped in history and has been thoroughly yet sensitively restored by the present owners.
Beauforest House is a magnificent Grade II listed Georgian country house in Newington, south-west of Stadhampton near Wallingford, with secondary accommodation and wonderful views of the Oxfordshire countryside.
Look inside this elegantly-proportioned stylishly-renovated house arranged over four floors. Lying on Woodstock Road, with good access to Oxford, it was built in 1896.
The house has been in the same family ownership for the last 23 years and there are no records of an open market sale in living memory.
The transformation by award-winning RIBA Guttfield Architecture celebrates views of the clients’ favourite tree, sloping gardens, and the Harpsden countryside beyond.
Penny Chase was originally built in 1954 for the famous steeplechase jockey and author Dick Francis, whose novels centre on horse racing in England.