The former farmhouse to Lodge Farm, having formed part of the Pusey Estate, Lodge Farm House sits within a small hamlet of six houses and barn conversions in a truly private position within open farmland and a good distance from all roads and public rights of way.
The lovely farmhouse kitchen, complete with traditional but recently installed AGA, is a true heart of the home. Adjacent to the kitchen, a superb dining room affording views over the gardens. A traditional larder is equipped with a cold shelf and a large utility room adjoin. Modern bathrooms and a shower room effortlessly blend with the abundance of period features found throughout the property, striking a harmonious balance between old-world charm and contemporary comfort. Four good reception rooms (two with wood burning stoves) and six large bedrooms three with period fireplaces provide extensive attractive accommodation for family and guests. The picturesque gardens, are to the south of the house. Step beyond the gardens to discover your own private paddock, bounded by mature woodland to the south. In all the plot extends to about 1.6 acres with ample gravelled driveway parking to the front of the house.
History buffs will delight in the tales of Pusey, a Saxon settlement steeped in captivating stories. Legend has it that the Pusey family, who held the manor since ancient times, received their grant from none other than King Canute himself. The fascinating Pusey Horn, a precious relic from this era, can be found at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O84673/the-pusey-horn-horn-and-case-unknown/. For families, this area boasts an outstanding selection of renowned schools, including Abingdon School, Our Lady’s, Cothill, St. Hughes, The Dragon, and St. Helens, ensuring the greatest education opportunities for the younger generation.
With local shopping and services in Southmoor and Stanford in the Vale, nearby towns such as Bampton, Faringdon, and Wantage offer a wider array of shops and amenities to cater to your every need.
This is a picture-perfect farmhouse. Rich with history and character, yet thoughtfully improved for modern living, it provides a truly exceptional family haven just waiting to be called home with the opportunity for the next custodian to make a mark with improvements of their own. The current owners have obtained Listed building consent to reinstate former bay windows to the south for example. We cordially invite you to experience the allure of this property yourself - a viewing awaits you. Do not miss this rare opportunity to possess a slice of Oxfordshire's enduring charm.