Sandy Lane, Boars Hill, Oxford, OX1

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A rare redevelopment opportunity on the edge of Boars Hill, situated four miles Southwest of Oxford City Centre.

Set near the Western border of Oxford Heights West Conservation Area, Hartford Greys, built in 1962, was designed with a vision for open plan living on the ground floor spaces. The property later underwent further improvements in the early 80s and 90s. The resulting house measures approximately 2400 square feet (223m²) arranged over different levels while enjoying excellent natural light throughout and delightful views over its own gardens and grounds.

The ground floor living space comprises of two reception rooms, a study, open-plan kitchen/dining area, conservatory, utility room and a WC. On the first floor, there are 4 bedrooms (one ensuite), a main bathroom and ample built-in storage. The large, single garage functions as intended and has plenty of room remaining for a workshop.

Garden & Grounds

The access to Hartford Greys is set back from Sandy Lane via a discreet track. The mixed-gradient plot measures approximately 0.9 acres (3650m²) and the house resides on the highest point of its grounds. There are sprawls of young and mature trees of many varieties throughout the garden that blends seamlessly into the established woodland of neighbouring properties, adding to the sense of being in nature.

Local Authority: Vale of White Horse

Situation: Sandy Lane is a private and peaceful lane situated at an elevated point of Boars Hill. Boars Hill is one of the most favoured residential areas close to Oxford with wonderful walks and some of the best views of the city and its spires. Local shopping can be found at Wootton and more comprehensive facilities in Oxford and Abingdon. Oxford is approximately four miles to the north east offering extensive recreational and internationally renowned cultural facilities as well as an excellent range of state and independent schools for all ages. The nearby arterial route of the A34 gives access to the M4 (Jct 13) to the south and the M40 (Jct 9) to the north. From Didcot there are regular train services to London Paddington in approximately forty-five minutes.

01865 708646

John D Wood

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