About this property
The Ewelme Park Estate occupies a fantastic position at the South Western end of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The estate comprises a traditional English farming estate set in a single block of farmland and woodland extending to approximately 741 acres.
Approached from east, the drive stretches for a mile, lined with Horse Chestnut, Cherry and Norwegian Maple Trees leading from the Hamlet of Park Corner. The main house is situated
at the Western end of the estate and is surrounded by approximately 20 acres of gardens and paddocks. It sits atop the Chilterns escarpment and looks west towards Wittenham Clumps and the countryside of South Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
The land is predominantly accessed off the main drive with extra access onto the local road network, whilst the grain store has separate access ideal for HGV traffic. The land is a mixture of flat and rolling farmland characteristic of the location in the Chilterns.
Ewelme Park House is a Lutyens-style property built in 1913 and designed by the architect L. Stanley Crosbie. The property is arranged in an H-plan with a long timber-framed central range connecting the East and West Wings. The walls are predominantly roughcast and the sweeping roofs are made of slate.
- The Ewelme Park Estate is located in South Oxfordshire between the villages of Nettlebed (2.6 miles to the South) and Watlington (5.1 miles to the North). Both of these settlements contain a good range of everyday services. A wider range of retail, educational and leisure facilities can be found in Henley-on-Thames, 7.8 miles to the South East, Wallingford, 9.6 miles to the West, Reading, 12.7 miles to the South and Oxford, 19.7 miles to the North West.