Barton Manor Oxford

The development

A small development in Oxford of just two beautiful, stone cottages, built in the curtilage of the 14th century Barton Manor, incorporating the use of the original medieval wall to form the front of the new build cottages.

This development was a feat of engineering and included a lot of careful archaeological work and sensitive restoration of the retaining historic wall.

The cottages were a resounding success, due to their unique character and proximity to Oxford Hospitals and Universities, they both were sold on the first open day and for in excess of the asking price.

The project was funded by pension funding, via a SIPP – this is the most tax-efficient way of managing a building project, please see our project funding page for further information.