A unique, rural smallholding in an
advantageous location with a rarely available offering. The property briefly comprises; a detached 3-bedroom bungalow with delightful gardens and grounds; two garden summerhouses with potential for alternative uses; two paddocks with a horse shelter; an arable field; a gated commercial yard with two steel portal framed
buildings. In all about 11.54 acres ( 4.67 hectares).
The dwelling was constructed in the 1970s and incorporates a stone built bungalow with an entrance hall, large reception room with fireplace, kitchen with spacious conservatory attached, shower room and three bedrooms. The dwelling has its own gated access off Charlton Road with a
a designated gravelled parking area.
Evenley Fields Farm is situated in unspoilt south Northamptonshire countryside in between the villages of Evenley and Charlton, approximately 2 miles south west of Brackley. The quaint village of
Evenley boasts a village shop and post office, public house, church and village hall. Further amenities including schools, supermarkets
and restaurants can be found in the nearby towns of Brackley (2 miles), Banbury (9 miles), and Bicester (10 miles). The property has excellent transport links being located near to the
A43, A421, A422 and both Junctions 10 and 11 of the M40 Motorway. Mainline train services run from both Banbury and Bicester to London (Marylebone)
with journey times starting from 43 minutes.
The gardens to the front and rear of the house are mainly laid to lawn, with a patio area to the rear. The garden has mature trees, two summerhouses, and plenty of space to relax and enjoy the
surrounding countryside. There are two patio areas to the front and rear of the property. The land is level in topography and generally good quality being classified as Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classifications map, and is principally lime-rich loamy soil. There is a Public Footpath running diagonally across the fields.
The land is currently utilised for grazing and arable purposes, but could all be laid to grass.
The property is not affected by any other private or public rights of way. The area benefits from a good bridleway network. External lighting and security.
The two summerhouses towards the bottom of the garden have water supplies connected and have potential to be converted to provide further accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary
The commercial aspect of the property lies directly adjacent on the west side of the dwelling. Within the securely fenced, level yard are two detached commercial buildings which are currently let.
Further details available upon request. The main building, which is currently used for storage, comprises a steel portal frame, profile sheet unit with a concrete floor, lighting, roof lights and a roller shutter door. This unit has 18 solar panels in
situ on the roof. The other commercial building is a smaller profile sheet unit with third of one side open and a concrete floor. The yard has a designated entrance off Charlton Road which also
provides access to the land to the rear and side of the buildings. External lights and security cameras.
Mains water and electricity are connected. There is private drainage and oil-fired central heating. There are 18 solar panels fitted to the roof of the main commercial building, generating energy which goes into the Feed in Tariff. None of the services, fittings or appliances, heating installations,
plumbing or electrical systems have been tested by the selling agents. There is three phase electric in the main commercial building.
Sitting Room/Dining Room
Family Shower Room
Two large Commerical buldings
Gardens to front and Rear