Yew Tree Farm was originally a barn belonging to one of the local farms and it was rebuilt between 1987-1989 using original materials. To provide the bedroom accommodation, the owners purchased a second local barn from the Oxford College. The result is a substantial residence offering excellent family accommodation with immense character featuring inglenook fireplaces, vaulted rooms, latch doors and a wealth of exposed timbers and beams. Both master and guest bedroom have their own ensuite bathrooms. In additional to the main house there is a heated swimming pool with a pump room and changing facilities. Two loose boxes, a tack/feed room and field shelter are adjacent to the 2.2acre paddock with a 36ft x 24ft Nissan barn, providing excellent storage. An all-weather tennis court is located to the side of the property. Yew Tree Farm is approached from the village road through an electronically operated gate leading to the triple garage and workshop. The grounds are a delight and extend to all sides of the property being well screened, mainly laid to lawn with well stocked herbaceous borders (with computerised watering system), mature trees a large natural pond as well as a filtrated Koi carp pond.
Yew Tree Farm stands in the picturesque Vale of Aylesbury overlooking farmland on the edge of this small village with its church, village hall and pond. Nearby, Grendon Underwood offers a grocers/post office, public house, and church. The nearby hamlet of Kingswood benefits from two well respected restaurants The Akeman Inn and Canaletto`s. The A41 is approximately 1.5 miles away and provides excellent links to market towns of Aylesbury and Bicester, both with shopping/sporting facilities including the world renowned Bicester Village designer outlet centre as well as excellent rail services to London and Oxford from Bicester Village Station or to London and Birmingham from Bicester North Station. From Aylesbury or Aylesbury Parkway the journey time to Marylebone is 55 minutes. The M40 Junction 9/A34 is approximately 8.5 miles distant and Oxford, with its comprehensive facilities lies approximately 20 miles to the South-West. Milton Keynes is 18 miles to the North East of the village which also provides a wide range of facilities. Grendon Underwood has a combined junior school and the property is catchment for the popular Waddesdon upper school and the grammar schools in Aylesbury. In the private sector there are preparatory schools at Swanbourne, Ashford, Little Kimble and Oxford whilst public schooling can be found in Oxford and Stowe.
Aylesbury Vale District Council
By appointment with Cesare & Co, 48 High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 5AG. Telephone 01442 827000.
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