Farm For Sale

King Stone Farm, Little Rollright, Little Rollright, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

Guide price £2,850,000


A rarely available rural property in a highly desirable location with stunning panoramic views

  • Stone 4 bedroom farmhouse (subject to AOC)
  • Adjacent 2 bedroom annexe
  • Comprehensive range of livestock and machinery buildings
  • Wonderful far reaching views
  • Productive permanent pasture and arable land
  • In all about 123.76 acres (50.08 hectares)



Situation
King Stone Farm is located in the heart of the North Cotswolds, in a fabulous rural location, with the most stunning far reaching countryside views. Located adjacent to the Rollright Stones and the “King Stone”, a complex of megalithic monuments, dating back some 5000 years and spanning nearly 2000 years of Neolithic and Bronze age developments. King Stone Farm now offers a unique opportunity to create a wonderful home and/or business opportunity.


The property is situated in a rural location to the immediate north of the village of Little Rollright and looking down to the village of Long Compton. The property is some 4 miles north west of Chipping Norton and approximately 7 miles east of Moreton-in-Marsh. There are a wide range of local facilities at Chipping Norton including shops, cafes, restaurants, healthcare services and churches. Soho Farmhouse is only about 8 miles away.


Schooling in the area includes a village school at Long Compton with further state and grammar schooling at Stratford-upon-Avon, Shipston, Chipping Norton, Warwick and Chipping Campden. Private schools include Kitebrook and Dormer House in Moreton-in-Marsh, Cheltenham Ladies, Cheltenham College, Tudor Hall and Bloxham. Road and rail connections are good with access to Oxford via the A44 at Chipping Norton and connection to the M40 at either Ardley (J10) or Banbury (J11). Train services to London Paddington, from Moreton in Marsh (5 miles) and Kingham (9 miles), and to London Marylebone from Banbury (13 miles), M40 motorway (14 miles) and Birmingham International (40 miles).


Description
King Stone Farm is a rarely available rural property comprising a 4 bedroom farmhouse with adjacent 2 bed annexe. There are a substantial range of modern farm buildings, and circa 124 acres of arable and pasture land. The property has enormous potential for re-development and enhancement subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions.


The Farm Buildings The property benefits from a comprehensive array of modern farm buildings primarily associated with the dairy enterprise that has been run from the property for many years. These are located to the east of the farmhouse and extending to over 20,000 sq ft.


The Land
The land is a mixture of permanent pasture and arable with much of the arable currently laid to temporary grass. The land benefits from dual road frontage with multiple highway access points. The land is well bounded by mature hedgerows with the southern fields gentle sloping before further sloping off to the north of the house and buildings. There is also a small area of amenity woodland and a small stone quarry. The land is classified as Grade 3 with Grade 4 under the Agricultural Land Classification maps and is principally loamey and some clayey soil.

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