Lollingdon Farm, Oxfordshire


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  • Bedrooms: 9
An outstanding and important Grade II listed period farmhouse with a moat and small lake, located in a secluded rural position and sitting in formal gardens and paddocks. In all approximately seven acres.

Lollingdon House is a beautiful period family home which has a colourful history and was also once home to renowned poet Laureate John Masefield, who famously wrote his only WWI poem while residing there. The property is located at the end of a bridleway at the foot of the scenic Lollingdon Hill, well away from any main roads on the edge of the Berkshire downs. The property, with spacious accommodation over three floors, has been a much loved family home for the last twenty five years.

Internally, the property offers plenty of well-proportioned rooms, but further improvement may be possible (subject to applying for and obtaining necessary permissions).

Period property tends to offer plenty of character and Lollingdon House is no exception with features that include: a plethora of exposed timbers and floor boards, a galleried landing, inglenook fireplaces and quarry tiled flooring.

With a surrounding moat and lake, Lollingdon House has a formal garden that is simply beautiful and also has a walled kitchen garden. Further land is sub divided to form stock proofed fenced grazing paddocks, amenity land and an orchard. In addition, there is also: a granary, two barns, garage and stables.

Notes: Private septic system. Water supply by borehole serving Lollingdon House and two adjacent cottages. Oil fired central heating. The driveway from the main road is a public bridleway and while there is no individual responsibility for its upkeep, maintenance is by Lollingdon House, the adjacent cottages and neighbouring farmer.

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Thomas Merrifield - Wallingford

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