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Chetwode, Buckingham

Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham
Chetwode, Buckingham

A Delightful Residential Equestrian Smallholding Offering Excellent Facilities, Available As A Whole Or In Lots
Situated In An Attractive Rural Location Enjoying Easy Access to Excellent Communication Links 17.6 Acres

Foxhill


  • Spacious Period Farmhouse with planning to extend further
  • Four bedrooms with three bath / shower rooms
  • Kitchen/ breakfast room with AGA
  • Coach house with planniong consent to convert to two bedroom cottage : ancillary accommodation
  • 20m x 60m outdoor arena with Martin Collins surface
  • About 20m x 40m indoor school with Martin Collins surface
  • Stable yard with 7 loose boxes & hay barn close to house
  • Covered Claydon horse walker
  • Double garage & store plus large Victorian style greenhouse
  • Post & railed paddocks with planning for further barn & stables
17.6 Acres Guide £1,950,000
SITUATION
Buckingham 5 miles, Bicester North Station 9 miles,
Aylesbury 17 miles, Milton Keynes 18 miles, Oxford 21 miles,
London 65 miles
Mainline Train Services: Bicester Village to London Marylebone
53 mins, Milton Keynes to London Euston 34 mins
International Airports: Luton Airport 38 miles, Heathrow 61 miles.

LOCATION
Chetwode itself is a village and about 4 miles southwest of the market
town, Buckingham in the Aylesbury Vale district of Buckinghamshire.
The parish is bounded to the southwest and southeast by a brook
called The Birne, which here also forms part of the county boundary
with Oxfordshire. The village has a small church and lies betwixt
Barton Hartshorn, Preston Bissett and Gawcott.

EDUCATION
n There is an excellent selection of private schools
in the surrounding area, with a primary school and pre-school
in the neighbouring village of Gawcott plus Chetwode falls
within the catchment area of The Royal Latin Grammar School
in Buckingham, school bus provided. There are independent
schools in Stowe, Akeley Wood, Thornton and Beachborough. For
independents see www.isc.co.uk and for state school information
see www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk .

LOCAL, SPORT & RECREATION
Local amenities in
the neighbouring villages; The White Hart pub, Preston Bissett
Nurseries and Country Shop, a children's playground and playing
field. National Trust close by include Claydon House and Stowe
Gardens. Blenheim Palace 19 miles.
Equestrian Competition centres close by
•Addington Equestrian, Buckingham,: 7 miles
•Quainton Stud, Quainton, : 13 miles
•Aston Le Walls, Northants: 22 Miles
•Bury Farm, Slapton, Bucks: 25 miles
•Hunting with Bicester and Waddon Chase.

FOXHILL
Foxhill lies in a peaceful rural position, just outside the
village of Chetwode, with no neighbours and benefitting
from countryside views on all aspects; a private residential
equestrian smallholding with planning consent for secondary
accommodation, extensive equestrian facilities including
stabling, modern indoor school and 16 acres of productive
pasture, with planning consent for an agricultural barn &
replacement of an existing tin barn to an L shaped timber stable
block.

FARMHOUSE
Foxhill is an attractive period country property being a former
public house, of rendered elevations under a tiled roof. Extending
to some 2,369 ft2, the property offers spacious and well presented
family accommodation arranged over two floors. The property has
retained much of its character with exposed beams and an Inglenook
fireplace. There is planning to extend the kitchen to rear (replacing
the existing conservatory & extending further) creating a fabulous
opportunity for a large open plan space.
Approached over a private drive, through electric gates, the property
is set back in its own private & secure setting; enjoys a lawned
frontage, softened by young trees with herbaceous borders, passing
the equestrian facilities which are thoughtfully laid out & visible
from the house: within a courtyard offering internal stabling/ hay
storage, horsewalker, indoor and outdoor arenas and a tack room.
The drive continues to the front of the house providing ample
parking, double garage, where the existing coach house is located,
with planning to convert to a detached 2 bedroom cottage.

ACCOMMODATION
•Farmhouse kitchen/ breakfast room with Aga and second oven
•Drawing room having period fireplace with tiled slips
•Large double aspect sitting/ dining room with Inglenook
fireplace
•Large master bedroom with attractive en suite shower room
•2 further bedrooms with family bathroom including copper free
standing bath
•Guest bedroom with en suite bathroom
•Downstairs WC

EQUESTRIAN FACILIITIES
•7 stables (space for more in a large hay barn if required)
•Separate Hot shower wash bay with solarium
•About 20m x40m indoor school, Martin Collins surface with
training mirrors
•20m x 60m outside school Martin Collins surface with training mirrors
•Covered Claydon horsewalker with rubber block floor
•Circa 16 acres post and railed, water troughs, natural and field
shelters - Planning for both an Agricultural barn and "L" shaped
field shelter/stables barn and hay store

OUTBUILDINGS
•Double garage plus store
•Coach House comprising office & store with loft : planning to
convert to ancillary accommodation
•Large Victorian style greenhouse
•Tree house/ climbing frame

LAND
LOT 1
Within the gated compound to the south of the road are the
majority of the buildings [as highlighted in the Block Plan below];
lying to the southwest of the house is the garden with patio :
excellent for alfresco entertaining and garden of lawn with hedge
border - in all about 1.6 Acres
The remainder of the land is directly across the road with three
access gates the mainly level land lies within a ring fence and is
laid to permanent pasture. The pasture is divided into a number of
enclosures by post and rail fencing.
LOT 2
The land has good access from the road with a bridleway running
north from the road; gently undulating with an existing tin barn,
having planning consent to replace with an L shaped timber stable
block , as well as planning for a separate agricultural barn for hay/
machinery storage [see Agent's Notes for further details]with the
majority of fields benefiting from mains fed water. In all about 6.5
Acres including the bridleway also has mains water to troughs and
post and rail fencing.
LOT 3
Level land with mains water to troughs,post & rail/ stockproof
fenced off footpaths, field shelters & spring fed pond; plus small
orchard. In all about 9.5 Acres.
In all the property amounts to approximately 17.6 Acres

UPLIFT CLAUSE
Uplift Clause: should planning consent for residential or
commercial use be obtained on any part / lot then a 25% uplift in
value shall apply for 20 years from completion.

AGENT'S NOTES
Fox Grant and their clients give notice that:
1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to
the property.
2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the
property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as
statements or representations of fact.
3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans
are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed
that the property has all necessary planning , building regulation or other consents and
Fox Grant have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy
themselves by inspection or otherwise. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul the sale
or entitle either party to compensation in respect thereof.
Plans, Areas and Schedules These are based on the Ordnance Survey and are for reference
only. They have been carefully checked and calculated by the vendor's agents, however
the purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the description of
the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul the sale or entitle either party to
compensation in respect thereof.
Town and Country Planning The property is sold subject to any development plans, tree
preservation orders, ancient monument orders, town planning schedules and resolutions,
which may or may not come into force. Purchasers will be deemed to have full knowledge
and have satisfied themselves as to the provisions of any such matters affecting the estate.

PLANNING CONSENT
Specific Planning to Foxhill: The following permissions have been granted :-
LAND
LOT 1
Within the gated compound to the south of the road are the
majority of the buildings [as highlighted in the Block Plan below];
lying to the southwest of the house is the garden with patio :
excellent for alfresco entertaining and garden of lawn with hedge
border - in all about 1.6 Acres
The remainder of the land is directly across the road with three
access gates the mainly level land lies within a ring fence and is
laid to permanent pasture. The pasture is divided into a number of
enclosures by post and rail fencing.
LOT 2
The land has good access from the road with a bridleway running
north from the road; gently undulating with an existing tin barn,
having planning consent to replace with an L shaped timber stable
block , as well as planning for a separate agricultural barn for hay/
machinery storage [see Agent's Notes for further details]with the
majority of fields benefiting from mains fed water. In all about 6.5
Acres including the bridleway also has mains water to troughs and
post and rail fencing.
LOT 3
Level land with mains water to troughs,post & rail/ stockproof
fenced off footpaths, field shelters & spring fed pond; plus small
orchard. In all about 9.5 Acres.
In all the property amounts to approximately 17.6 Acres.
Uplift Clause: should planning consent for residential or
commercial use be obtained on any part / lot then a 25% uplift in
value shall apply for 20 years from completion.
1. Replacement of tin barn with L shaped timber barn with field shelters/stables
16/01444/APP Approved May 2016 (work started to comply with 3 year expiration period)
2. Kitchen extension (demolition of existing conservatory and extension to rear,
connecting lounge through) 17/04057/APP Approved Jan 2018
3. Conversion of Barn/ Coach House to living accommodation (2 bed cottage:
kitchen, lounge, downstairs WC and stairs leading to 2 beds and bathroom on 1st floor
18/04424/APP Approved March 2019
4. Permitted development for Agricultural Barn facing road on tin barn field 25M
from highway Approved March 2019 Dimensions : 12 x 8m height: 3m to ridge.

RIGHTS OF WAY
There are three footpaths on the northern parcel of land marked FP on the
sale plan. A bridleway runs along the eastern boundary

COUNCIL
Unitary Authority Aylesbury Vale District Council Tel: 01296 585858
Council Tax Band G approx. £2,800 pa for 2019/20

EPC
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Band E : full report available on request from the
agent

SERVICES
Mains water and electricity with private drainage to a Klargester septic tank. Oil
fired central heating

TENURE
Foxhill is sold freehold with vacant possession given upon completion.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS
s Unless mentioned specifically all fixture, fittings and garden
ornaments are excluded from the sale but may be available by negotiation.

DIRECTIONS MK18 4JS
From A4421 Bicester head northeast signposted Buckingham. Procced through
Newton Purcell and immediately after going underneath the railway bridge, turn
right to Barton Hartshorn and at the T junction turn left, taking the next right turn
signposted Preston Bissett and the property will be found on your right hand side
as indicated by red pillarbox. See location plan for alternative routes.

VIEWINGS
All viewings strictly by appointment through the
agents on 01722 782727. For further information or
to book a viewing please contact William Grant or
Phil Howard at phil@foxgrant.com

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