Buckland is a picturesque and popular village approximately 14 miles south west of Oxford. Amenities in the village include the parish church, the Lamb public house and restaurant, and the local C of E primary school.
The market towns of Faringdon, Abingdon, Witney and Wantage are handy for everyday requirements, and Buckland is well located for the wide range of state and independent schools in the area.
Communication is good, with trains from Didcot (London/Paddington), and both the A40/M40 and M4 motorways are conveniently accessible via the A34, and there is a local bus service into Oxford from the A420.
This is a character conversion of a period barn. Built in stone under a thatched roof, it was, for a while, used as the canteen for the nearby village school. Lying within the Buckland conservation area, it is close to the centre of the village.
The double aspect sitting room has exposed beams and stonework, and a fireplace with a gas fired stove. The welcoming dining hall is adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room and is ideal for entertaining and family gatherings, and there is also a useful study. On the first floor are four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, a gravelled driveway to the side provides parking for several cars and leads to the detached single garage. The sheltered rear garden is laid to lawn and planted with tree, flower and shrub borders, and a paved terrace adjacent to the property.
From Oxford, take the A420 towards Faringdon and Swindon. Take the second turning right signposted to Buckland off the A420, and then turn first right after a short distance.
On entering the village, continue along to Orchard Road into the heart of the village. On the right hand bend, bear left onto a gravelled driveway, and The Barn is on the left.