Toot Baldon, Oxford, OX44


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4

Believed to date from the early 18th century, possibly earlier in parts, this attractive Grade II Listed property has provided a wonderful family home to the present owners for over 40 years Now in need of updating internally, it offers a wealth of character throughout with many retained original features. Located on the edge of this pretty and highly sought after, South Oxfordshire village, the house is complemented by enclosed gardens and grounds extending to approximately 1.4 acres

Arranged over two floors, the accommodation retains much of its original character and charm with many period features including inglenook fireplaces, and a wealth of exposed timbers throughout. The ground floor provides three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, bathroom and a utility/boot room. The three reception rooms each with fireplaces, provide a spacious living and entertaining space with the lovely feature of exposed timbers partly dividing the sitting room and dining room. Accessed via two staircases, the first floor comprises four good sized double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite.

The property is approached via a gated entrance to the side of the house which leads to the detached triple bay garage with adjoining wood store. The gardens and grounds are enclosed with mature hedging and include an orchard, pond and a detached stone store arranged next to the house providing the flexibility for a number of uses.


Toot Baldon is a popular village surrounded by numerous footpaths and bridleways. It boasts a C13th village church, a highly regarded pub, The Mole Inn, and a cricket club, which it shares with neighbouring Marsh Baldon. The church of England primary school was originally located in the village, but in 1873 it moved to its present location on the Green in Marsh Baldon (1.4 miles).

The village offers easy access to Oxford and London, with the M40 just 7 miles away. The nearby market town of Wallingford, is convenient for everyday shopping with more extensive shopping requirements met within Oxford, as well as a wealth of cultural and sporting activities. Stadhampton, just 4 miles away has a local shop and a farm shop.

Both Oxford and Abingdon offer an excellent choice of highly regarded prep and senior schools There is a daily school bus service from Nuneham Courtney to all central Oxford schools and a service runs from Stadhampton to the Abingdon Schools.


Mains electric, gas and water connected. Private drainage.


Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Local Authority

South Oxfordshire District Council.

Council Tax

Band G £3,302.23 for 2021/22

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