Traditional farmhouse with courtyard stabling and buildings in 19.38 acres.
A period 5 bedroom farmhouse with a courtyard of traditional buildings including stabling and barns. With wonderful views and an elevated Chilterns’ setting in Pitchcott, north east of Waddesdon. Further land up to 130 acres available by separate negotiation.
Pitchcott Hill Farm House is an attractive stone and brick farm house lying at the end of a tree lined driveway with commanding views over the surrounding countryside.
The property has been in the family for over 60 years and offers huge potential with over 3,950 sq. ft. of courtyard buildings. Currently arranged in two parts, a small annexe adjoins the main house. To the west of the house lies the attractive formal courtyard of buildings which include; a range of stables and ancillary equestrian facilities with wash box area, feed room, tackroom and toilet/shower room. Garaging and machinery stores also sit to the west of the property. in addition to the traditional courtyard are two Atcost style agricultural buildings totalling 9,482 sq. ft. The buildings have concrete floors and have recently been used for general storage and ancillary equestrian purposes. One building is partially open sided with some stable door style windows and is internally open leading directly into the adjacent building. The second building is split into two parts, the first a general storage area and the second has until recently, been used for livestock housing with large steel gates at either end.
The agricultural Land Classification describes the land as mostly Grade III with some Grade II areas towards the Northern end of the farm.
Aylesbury 7 miles
Thame 12 miles (Haddenham and Thame Parkway to London Marylebone 40 minutes)
Bicester 15 miles
Buckingham 14 miles
Milton Keynes 17 miles
Oxford 24 miles
(All distances and times are approximate)
Local authority information
Aylesbury Vale District Council 01296 585858