Orchard House, Hopcraft Lane OX15
5,125 sq ft (476.1 sq m)
Orchard House is a rarely available Grade II Listed building currently used as offices but with large potential for alternative uses, subject to planning.
A Grade II Listed 17th Century property with accommodation arranged over three floors. The property has been substantially extended to the rear with a two-storey extension formed around a courtyard.
The property sits fronting Hopcraft Lane and as a result has an extremely large area of land to the rear which gently slopes away from the building. The closer part is currently laid as parking, leading to an attractive, leafy additional parking area in what was historically an orchard.
Subject to the necessary planning consents the property offers potential to alternative uses. The total extent of the plot extends to just under an acre.
The property sits at the heart of the pretty village of Deddington which is located approx. 18 miles north of Oxford, 12 miles northwest of Bicester and 6 miles south of Banbury. The village itself provides a number of local facilities including public houses, restaurants, health centres and a wide range of shops, including a post office, a renowned independent delicatessen foodstore and an art gallery. It is an historic village and has some fine examples of period buildings.
Road communications are excellent as Deddington lies on the main A4260 between Oxford and Banbury. It provides easy access to both Junction 10 (A43) and Junction 11 (Banbury) of the M40. The nearest mainline rail service is in Banbury which provides a regular connection to London Marylebone and to Birmingham. Orchard House is situated on the eastern side of the village surrounded by many period residential dwellings and the village centre is only a short walk away.
Terms & Conditions
Offers are invited in the region of £1,250,000 for the Freehold interest. Conditional offers subject to planning may also be considered.