Village Farm Barn is a unique Grade II listed barn conversion dating back to the 18th century with over 5000sq ft of living space. It is close to Haddenham and Thame Parkway for London Marylebone and excellent Oxford schools including The Dragon, St. Edward's and Summer Fields. EPC: C
Boarstall is on the borders of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. It's famous for its tower, a Grade I listed 14th Century moated gatehouse, built by John de Haudlo and once part of a fortified manor house. There is also a 17th Century duck decoy which is still in working order and one of only four left in the country, both owned by the National Trust. The village itself has a thriving community with an annual steam rally and village fête in June. Close by is Magnolia Park Golf and Country Club and the nearby hilltop village of Brill has two shops, one of which is also a post office, a doctors surgery, primary school, two public houses and of course its famous windmill.
A wider range of amenities including supermarkets, sporting facilities, banks, shops and restaurants can be found in the market towns of either Thame or Bicester, with Bicester Village retail outlet and Oxford offering even further shopping and cultural opportunities. Haddenham and Thame Parkway stations go into London Marylebone from 35 minutes junctions 7 & 8 of the M40 lead towards London Heathrow whilst the A34 leads to the M4 and the south.
Haddenham and Thame Parkway 6 miles
(Trains to London Marylebone in 37 minutes)
Thame 7 miles
Oxford 11 miles
Abingdon 19 miles
London 55 miles
(All distances and times are approximate)