Manor and Dovehouse Farm consists of an agricultural farmyard with existing historic and modern barn buildings., Cuddesdon Parish has a population of approximately 510 people (2011 Census) and is home to Ripon College, the largest theological college in the Church of England, with close ties to Oxford University., Cuddesdon benefits from proximity to Oxford and good transport links, with Junction 8 of the M40 circa 2 miles (3.2 km) to the north east and Junction 7 of the M40 circa 3.1 miles (5.0 km) to east., Oxford railway station is approximately 8.8 miles (14.2 km) from Cuddesdon, providing services to London Paddington, the West, and the North. Haddenham & Thame Parkway is circa 10.4 miles (16.7 km), which provides Chiltern Line services to London Marylebone and the North., The property is available for purchase in two Lots which can be bought individually or together as one development opportunity., Lot 1 comprises the Tithe barn development., Lot 2 comprises conversion of existing barns to 3 dwellings and 5 new dwellings., Rights, restrictions and obligations are applicable - please contact agent for more details., Residential development opportunity within the village of Cuddesdon, Detailed planning permission for conversion of barns and 5 new dwellings, Brownfield site extending to circa 2.5 acres (1.0 hectares); available in 2 Lots, Offers invited by Thursday 18 July 2019, The site lies to the south of Cuddesdon village in an elevated position affording views south and east over open countryside. Extending to circa 2.5 acres (1.0 hectares), Manor and Dovehouse Farm consists of a working agricultural yard with existing historic and modern barn buildings. The site is bounded to the south by the public highway heading from Cuddesdon to Great Milton, and to the west by Dovehouse and All Saints Church. Immediately to the north lies Cuddesdon House, and to the east is agricultural land to be retained be the Vendor. Detailed planning permission was granted in February 2019 for the conversion of the traditional barns into four residential conversions and erection of five new build residential units, together with access, parking, landscaping and any other associated infrastructure. The extant planning consent was granted under planning application reference P17/S4413/FUL and listed building consent reference P17/S4414/LB.