New to the rural property market, Sycamore Farm, Oxfordshire is one of only a few Higher Level Environmental Stewardship Schemes currently in place across the region and also forms a significant area of the Middle Barton Fen which is protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). This brings with it management obligations but also the opportunity to put something back into the environment.
The property benefits from some useful equestrian facilities including seven timber stables, tack room and hay store along with some well divided and well drained paddocks. There is also the opportunity to improve the equestrian facilities with a large general purpose storage barn close to the stables which could be used as additional stabling.
Sycamore Farm in Middle Barton near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire has just been launched onto the market through Fisher German LLP, it comprises an attractive five bedroom family home with a recent substantial extension incorporating a fantastic master suite and open plan kitchen/ breakfast and garden room. The property sits in a delightful position with views over open countryside and is easily accessible to Oxford, the M40 and beyond.
Matthew Allen from Fisher German describes the property as ‘a really interesting opportunity and we hope to attract someone who has a real interest in environmental matters as well as the amenity benefits of owning a property with land.’ Sycamore Farm, Middle Barton is guided at £925,000 for lot one which includes the house, buildings, stables and eight acres of paddock land whilst the remainder of the land extending to 26 acres including 16 acres of the Middle Barton Fen is guided at £200,000. For sale as a whole or in two lots.
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