Mackney Lane, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell | Price Guide, £900,000


A DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY, subject to planning consent, in a superb location on the southern edge of this highly regarded village. It features an aspect across allotments to the front and gardens and countryside to the rear. The site extends to 0.46 of an acre facing east to the front and west at the rear. It is129’ in width and 157’ in depth: currently with a detached bungalow on the site.

A DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY, subject to planning consent, in a superb location on the southern edge of this highly regarded village. It features an aspect across allotments to the front and gardens and countryside to the rear. The site extends to 0.46 of an acre facing east to the front and west at the rear. It is129’ in width and 157’ in depth: currently with a detached bungalow on the site.

  • Currently a detached bungalow on the site
  • Development potential subject to local authority planning permission
  • Plot size of 0,46 acres
  • 129' of road frontage
  • 4.1 miles to Didcot Parkway train station

Brightwell-cum-Sotwell is widely regarded as one of Oxfordshire's most beautiful villages. Situated two miles west of the market town of Wallingford and in the shadow of the Sinodun hills, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell features a number of Tudor buildings and picturesque black and white thatched cottages including the traditional sixteenth century half-timbered, thatched Red Lion Inn. The pub has played an integral part in village life for hundreds of years and continues to do so. The village also has a community village store staffed by volunteers and open every day of the week. Other village amenities include a post office, a primary school, a pre-school, a tennis club, a recreation ground and play area. There are numerous groups in the village including an art group, an environment association, Scout, Cub and Beaver groups and a Community Association that organises regular quiz nights, wine tastings, fun runs, film nights and an annual village fete.