Brightwell Park, Oxfordshire (NEW)
Brightwell Park resides in some of the most beautiful parkland in Oxfordshire, with far reaching views towards the Chiltern Hills. Located on the edge of the village of Brightwell Baldwin at the foot of the Chiltern Hills in Oxfordshire between Henley-on-Thames and Oxford the property on the market with Savills consists of three separate buildings that are primed for a visionary new owner, to lay the foundations for the next stage in this property’s legacy.
The property consists of three distinct elements of the Coach House, Dower House and Ruins. All of which offer various avenues for refurbishment. Depending on aspirations and budget, focus could be set upon restoring a combinations of either one of the elements, or all of them simultaneously.
A View Over The Brightwell Park Estate
The Walled Garden at Brightwell Park
The Coach House
The main house, known itself as Brightwell Park, is a former coach house converted to a six bedroom, four reception room house with potential to create more accommodation (subject
to the relevant permissions).
The Dower House and has been converted into three flats. Both of the properties have views across the attractive park.
Modern Farmhouse & Two Georgian Lodge Cottages
There is also a modern farmhouse and two Georgian lodge cottages; one at each gated entrance to the estate. Subject to planning, it makes a wonderful opportunity to build a significant new “Parkhouse” in a beautiful quintessential English park.
Janine Stone & Co visited Brightwell Park in March 2018 with Savills.
“The Coach House, Dower House and Ruins all offer avenues for restoration. Focus could be set upon modernising all or a combination of these elements, plus building a significant, new property on the existing ruins.”
- As a Grade II listed property, planning and listed building consent will be required for any development project.
- The property has a public right of way running through it, that will need to be accommodated to maintain residents’ privacy and meet planning requirements. Janine Stone & Co. believe the installation of a ha-ha would achieve this.
- The site, with its excellent array of historic and parkland features, presents a rare opportunity for a visionary new owner.
To assist interested buyers of Brightwell Park understand their development options, Janine Stone & Co. has been asked by Savills to provide concept and development consultations. It can be arranged for these complimentary consultations to be take place at the estate or in our London studio. Janine Stone & Co. will provide guidance on architecture styles, refurbishment and planning considerations, in addition to helping interested parties to develop their early design ideas into floor plans with estimated project costs and timelines for realisation.
Should a successful acquisition take place, we would be happy to take these initial concepts, through to a full concept and subsequent planning, design and build phases.
Ed Sugden, Savills
07557 337 507
Gillian Wheatcroft, Janine Stone & Co.
0207 349 8888