Braeburn House

Guide Price - £1,250,000 - Sold

Braeburn House, Brightwell-Cum-Sotwell,
Oxfordshire, OX10 0SQ

51°36'41.7"N 1°09'38.9"W
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4 bedrooms
3 bath/shower rooms
4 reception rooms


Mains water and electricity and drainage
Mains gas
Underfloor heating on the ground floor

An exceptional new house in one of South Oxfordshire’s most sought after villages


Braeburn House is an exceptional new home built by specialist local developer, Castle House Developments. This stunning four bedroom house of over 3,000 sq ft has been built with an attention to detail that is rarely seen in a new build house. Examples include the oversized skirting boards and architraves, exquisite joinery, bespoke cabinetry and simply beautiful oak flooring which runs throughout the ground floor. The bespoke built doors and windows are crafted from hard wood and there is a wonderful sense of space with high ceilings and substantial room dimensions. The enormous kitchen is very much the heart of this magnificently crafted home, with plenty of space for a dining table and soft seating area that links well with the garden via bi-fold doors. The kitchen has been custom made and includes quality appliances such as an American style Fisher Paykel fridge freezer, a Miele dishwasher, a Smeg gas range cooker and an integrated wine fridge. There is so much light and the contrast between the oak topped island and stone topped units is a wonderful touch.

The four double bedrooms are all well sized with three including built in wardrobes. The attention to detail can be seen again in the stunning bathrooms with a stylish mix of tiles, stone, marble and high quality sanitary ware.

Braeburn House sits in a quiet position on Mackney Lane with attractive views to the front and rear. There is a large gravelled driveway and parking area which leads to an integrated garage. Attractive landscaping frames the house at the front and continues around to the large rear garden which is laid to lawn and includes some beautiful mature trees. There is an attractive rear terrace laid with Indian sandstone, which is west, south-west facing and ideal for afternoon and evening sun. The fastidious quality of the build can be admired from the outside with details including the zinc guttering and down pipes, hand made clay roof tiles and stunning cedar weather boarding.

Braeburn House is a rare triumph of quality and craftsmanship.


Brightwell-cum-Sotwell is one of South Oxfordshire's most desirable villages. A proper village which includes the excellent Red Lion pub, a village stores and a primary school. The village is ideally located for commuting to London, Oxford or Reading, with Didcot Parkway rail station only 4 miles away. Braeburn House is also well positioned for both the M4 and M40.

Wallingford is the nearest town, situated on the on the banks of the River Thames, with its desirable setting and attractive architecture, this is market town living at its finest. Bordered by the rolling Chilterns on one side and the magnificent Berkshire Downs on the other, it's an idyllic spot with inexhaustible options for lovers of the outdoors. With its large open market square and famous castle ruins, this bustling market town is suffused in history. But what you might not know is that contemporary Wallingford is home to a fresh and energetic vibe, stoked by some great independent shopping, a sparkling array of dining options and a thriving café culture. As well as great leisure facilities and abundant footpaths, the town is fast becoming South Oxfordshire's most sought after small town.

There is a wide choice of excellent schools, both state and private within the area.

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Area (Approx)

3017 sq ft (280.3 sq m)


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