Noke is a picturesque village located approximately 6 miles east of Oxford (making it an ideal location for the Oxford schools) and approximately 9 miles from J8 of the M40 consequently convenient for London and Heathrow to the south and for Birmingham to the north by road. Noke is reached by a no-through road and comprises many attractive period houses and cottages, as well as a church. The Otmoor Nature Reserve is at the far end of the village which boasts a number of attractive walks and rides. The nearby village of Islip benefits from two pubs, a primary school and railway station with direct links to Oxford and London. Oxford Parkway is 5 miles away and offers a half hourly direct service to Oxford and London with London journey times from 55 minutes. There are also good bus links to Oxford London Airport.
Oxford provides an extensive range of shopping and transport facilities, as well as many excellent schools including The Dragon, St Edwards, The Oxford High School, Summer Fields School, Magdalen College School and Headington School. The area is also convenient for the Abingdon Schools; Radley and Stowe. Day to day shopping and supermarkets are found in Summertown, Kidlington and Headington with the well-known retail outlet of Bicester Village within easy reach. Sporting facilities include the Nuffield Oxfordshire Health and Racquets Club in Summertown, polo at Kirtlington, golf at the North Oxford Golf Club, Kirtlington Golf Club and The Oxfordshire Golf Club at Thame.
Noke Place is a wonderfully converted 18th Century Grade II listed barn retaining many of its original features such as the traditional timber frame in the original parts of the barn. Noke Place offers spacious accommodation with five bedrooms and open plan living. Upon entering the property through the main entrance, steps up lead to a large, open plan reception area giving access to the dining room, living room and kitchen. Located centrally within the reception area, the dining room benefits from a spectacular double height ceiling and doors to the patio. Beyond the central pillar is the living room. To the other side of the dining area is the kitchen with built-in electric Aga, central breakfast bar and storage units. A doorway off the kitchen leads to a porch and utility room which can be independently accessed via an external door. A study is positioned to the base of the steps by the main entrance and opens into a corridor which has a family bathroom, three double rooms (one ensuite) with a family room with woodburner and access to the garden positioned at the end.
The first floor comprises a galleried landing off which is a large master bedroom with feature woodburner, built in storage and ensuite bathroom with shower and bath and a second ensuite double bedroom.
The property is approached via its own private drive with paddocks on either side. There are attractive gardens and grounds and a patio surrounding the barn, perfect for outdoor entertaining.
Outbuildings include a double timber framed garage.
Lot 2 extends to approximately 6.66 acres.
Available in addition if required is a Grade II listed 6 bedroom farmhouse with planning to extend together with a listed barn with consent for conversion to residential and approximatley 339 acres of prime agricultural land. The guide price for the whole is £7,950,000.
Further details are avilable from the selling agents upon request.