High Street, Beckley

Guide price

Bedrooms: 6
A substantial family house that has been subject to a well designed side & rear extension, located in a peaceful position in the heart of the village within the Conservation Area. There are far reaching views to the front over the Otmoor Valley.


The property is a 1950's semi detached house that now exceeds 3,000 sq.ft of internal space, set in a commanding position above the village High Street and with the added benefit of a detached studio/office. The structure of the extension is complete and the majority of the internal has been decorated but it should be noted that many areas still require completing, in particular the house is lacking central heating and some windows are not secure. The spacious accommodation is spread over two floors and comprises the original entrance hall, snug or study at the front, dual aspect kitchen/dining room, utility, boot room, cloakroom/WC, sitting room with an array of fenestration, doorway through to the garage. On the first floor are six bedrooms, a family bathroom and connecting shower room.

Approached up a sloping drive the property has a wide road frontage and lawned front garden, a side walled garden with two seating terraces and the versatile detached studio/office has its own shower room and kitchenette. To the rear of the house is a shallow South facing garden area with a raised decked terrace.

NB: Potential purchasers should be aware that the side garden (coloured green on the site plan that is supplied in the library of images) is owned by Soha Housing Limited. This land carries no amount of rent or fee, is landlocked by privately owned land the sellers have maintained it as if it were their own garden.


* Large family space

* Requires work to complete the project

* Lovely gardens with a driveway

* Detached Studio/Office

* Far reaching views to the front

* Local village primary school and pub


The village of Beckley occupies high ground on the southern edge of Otmoor, being about 6 miles from the centre of Oxford and only some 5.5 miles from access to the M40 (junction 8). Church Street leads out on to Otmoor over which country walks can be enjoyed. Otmoor itself is an area of inland marsh, a substantial part of which is now an RSPB wetlands nature reserve. In the village there is an excellent Primary School together with the Abingdon Arms Public House/Restaurant and super fast fibre optic broadband has recently been installed. The village has a good local community with an attractive Medieval Church, a well regarded Public House owned by the village residents and a good sports field with tennis court and contemporary village hall.


We would inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishings purposes and are approximate. Floor plans are for guidance and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property.

01865 876543

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