A stone built, Grade II* listed, tithe barn that stands in nearly 18 acres is to be auctioned by Hamptons on March 19.

Built for the Abbot of Winchcombe and located within the Cotswold village of Church Enstone, the barn has a carved stone plaque with a Latin inscription dating it to 1382. It has been in the family since 1920 when it was bought by the current owner’s grandfather.  The barn was damaged during the Second World War and was virtually derelict until the owner repaired it to its current condition in the Sixties.

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Planning permission has been granted to replace the adjoining outbuildings to provide living accommodation and garaging. As the planning consent currently stands, the Tithe Barn is not to be converted.

Charlbury station (London Paddington 75 mins) is 3 miles away.

Tithe barn church enstone auction
The Tithe Barn has remained untouched since the 60s

Details: The Tithe Barn, Rectory Farm is to be auctioned on on Thursday, March 19, 2009 at 6pm. Guide price is £800,000 – £900,000. Contact: Hamptons International 01865 512332

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