The three most expensive properties for sale in Oxfordshire have been revealed.

We had a look on house buying website Zoopla, and compiled a list of the three properties with the highest offers made for purchase in the county.

Coming in at number one, with a guide price of £25.2 million, is a seven-bed farm in Watlington.

The Zoopla site says: “The farm consists of a Grade II listed farmhouse, traditional outbuildings and farm buildings with 6 semi-detached cottages, set in 613 acres.

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“Golder Manor Farmhouse is a pretty brick and flint house with five bedrooms benefitting from incredible views and enjoys the privacy of a rural setting with no public footpaths.”

In second place is a 10-bed detached house in Henley-on-Thames coming in at £18.75 million.

The property has seven bathrooms and covers 8,000 square feet. It is also a Grade II listed building.

In third place we have a nine-bed detached house in Woodstock, which comes with seven bathrooms and four receptions.

Being sold at £8 million.

The house is described as: “A stunning country house, set in its own landscaped gardens and grounds on the edge of the Blenheim Estate near Oxford, Kingswood House is an exceptional family home.

“The main reception rooms include dining room, drawing room, reception hall and sitting room.

“All have elegant picture windows, giving fine views over the gardens, with spacious proportions and high ceilings.”


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This story was written by Matthew Norman, he joined the team in 2022 as a Facebook community reporter.

Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from diverse communities.

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