Stanford in the Vale, Oxfordshire
We are delighted to announce the release of our latest development at Stanford in the Vale. This fantastic new development comprises a suite of new build and converted barn properties, all benefiting from the very highest specifications for you to choose from.
With most properties benefiting from spacious kitchen living areas, en-suites to master bedroom and detached or integral garages depending on your preference, this development offers something to suit everyone’s tastes.
Prices starting from £325,000
Register your interest
To register your interest in Bow Farm and/or to arrange a viewing, click the button below and fill out the form.Register
Stunning detached individual home is as spacious internally as attractive externally.
Exceptional corner plot featuring master en-suite and enjoying a south facing garden with terrace.
Sits on the most private part of Bow Farm and this fabulous home enjoys a generous corner plot
Sits proudly at the entrance of the development
This substantial property is positioned within a secluded part of the development
A stunning two bedroom semi-detached barn conversion with very generous lawned and landscaped gardens
Positioned opposite open green space, with an abundance of space
This fabulous family home offers light and airy accommodation over two floors and enjoys an outlook over the private green.
Exceptional plot featuring master en-suite and enjoying a mainly south facing garden
Generously proportioned and superbly designed with French doors to the garden
Occupying an enviable position overlooking a private green on this beautiful development The Lockinge is a truly delightful home.
Overlooking an open green this fabulous two bedroom home is finished to a superb standard
Barn conversions with this quality of finish and glorious outside space are few and far between
Stanford in the Vale is a large village with approximately 2000 residents, situated in south west Oxfordshire. It lies on the A417, four miles from Faringdon and six miles from Wantage. It is a thriving village community with many active clubs and societies, a local supermarket with Post Office, a successful primary school, pre-school, parish church, village hall, public house and independent coffee shop.
There is a mainline train service from Didcot Parkway to London (Paddington c. 45 minutes) within 30 minutes' drive. There is also a regular local village bus service.
Beautiful countryside walks are literally on the doorstep of this historic village, with the Downs and famous White Horse of Uffington, the River Thames and the Cotswolds all within easy reach.