Become a neighbour of Clarkson’s Farm: Three homes for sale in the village with prices reduced by a collective £135,000… despite a surge of window-shoppers
- We take a look inside three properties for sale in the village of Chadlington
- The Oxfordshire village has featured heavily in the two series of Clarkson’s Farm
- Searches for homes for sale in Chadlington are up 373% on a year ago
Searches for Chadlington homes for sale have climbed 373 per cent compared to a year ago following the latest series of Clarkson’s Farm.
The increased interest in the village – where the series is set – follows a similar rise in 2021 after the first series launched, when sale searches for the Oxfordshire spot rose 511 per cent.
The data from Rightmove shows the average asking price for a home in the postcode area of Chadlington is currently £518,702.
The village of Chadlington has featured prominently in the latest season of TV’s Clarkson’s Farm
We take a look inside three properties for sale in the village of Chadlington (scroll down for more details)
Between June 2021, when the first season of Clarkson’s Farm launched, and March 2023, the average asking price for a home in the postcode area of Chadlington has increased 7 per cent.
However, of the five properties listed online for sale on Rightmove, three have been reduced in price – despite the lure of potentially being the neighbour of the popular TV host.
It suggests that people searching for homes in the area may be simply window-shopping to take a look at what is for sale rather than being committed buyers.
The village featured heavily in Clarkson’s Farm season two, with Jeremy Clarkson apologising to residents during a Q&A for calling them morons.
Clarkson arranged the Q&A for disgruntled locals in the village of Chadlington, who have been unhappy with the impact of his farm and farm shop on the area of outstanding natural beauty.
Tim Bannister, of Rightmove, said: ‘Many of us will have watched Clarkson’s Farm and imagined what our life could be like if we relocated to the countryside or opted for a lifestyle change.
‘The countryside still has a real pull with home-hunters, as ‘acre’ ‘rural’ and ‘land’ are still some of the most popular keyword phrases that people use when searching for their next home.’
We take a look at the three properties for sale in Chadlington that are listed on Rightmove and have been reduced in price by up to £50,000 – and a collective £135,000.
1. Three-bed detached house, £860k
This renovated family home in Chadlington has three bedrooms and is on the market for £860,000
The renovated property has a spacious living area with patio doors leading out into the garden
There is a south-facing studio in the garden that is currently used as a gym, but could be used as an office
This renovated family home in Chadlington has three bedrooms and includes new bathrooms.
It is being sold by estate agents Butler Sherborn and has a south-facing studio in the garden that is currently used as a gym, but could be used as an office.
The property is on the market with a current price tag of £860,000, having been reduced from its original price of £895,000.
2. Four-bed semi-detached house, £700k
This semi-detached barn conversion in Chadlington is on the market with an asking price of £700,000
This living area has a fireplace and a staircase leading to the property’s four bedrooms
The kitchen has wall and base cabinets with a contrasting green worktop and matching tiles
This semi-detached barn conversion in Chadlington has four bedrooms and a secluded garden with far-reaching views across the surrounding countryside.
It is for sale for £700,000 via Mark David estate agents, having seen its asking price reduced from £750,000.
3. Three-bed cottage, £645k
This three-bedroom cottage dates back to the eighteenth century and has a current asking price of £700,000
The proeprty retains many period features, including an inglebook fireplace, and Cotswold stonework
The garden at the rear of the property has several raised beds for growing vegetables
This three-bedroom cottage dates back to the eighteenth century and retains many period features, including an inglebook fireplace, a bread oven and Cotswold stonework.
It is being sold by Butler Sherborn estate agents and has a current asking price of £645,000. It has been reduced from £695,000.
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