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Mahana

Mahana is a magnificent opportunity to create a spectacular family home in a prestigious location tucked away towards to the end of Lincombe Lane – one of Boars Hill’s most desirable roads. 

Mahana is an opportunity to build your own home without having the often challenging task of going through the planning process yourselves – it’s all ready to go.

The site is currently occupied by a 1960s detached property and full planning has been granted (P12/V2699/HH, P10/V2237 and P10/VO516). Although the planning was awarded a number of years ago, the footings have been put in place to ensure the project can continue at your own pace.

Mahana, whilst requiring refurbishment throughout, has been occupied by the current owners until fairly recently. Any prospective purchaser would be able to live in the property comfortably until they decided to commence with the build.

The site is incredibly private and the no-through road creates a peaceful location. A central dual-level terrace allows access to the west facing rear garden. Planning has been granted for a substantial home, circa 11, 000 sq. ft. with full leisure complex including both indoor and outdoor pools. The property has been designed with the outdoors in mind and they certainly make the most of this exceptional location.

Mahana sits in a plot of around one acre, with a sweeping ‘horseshoe’ drive to the front. There is a triple garage with laundry room and cloakroom alongside two further bedrooms and a bathroom, ideal for staff or visitors.

Book a private tour by contacting our Summertown Sales team on 01865 310 300 or email summertown@breckon.co.uk

Produced by our own Creative Team the exquisite Mahana brochure includes local area guides, floor plans and a full specification list.

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Mahana sits in a commanding position on Lincombe Lane, a no-through road. Boars Hill is well known within Oxfordshire as a quiet, safe and private area and is highly recommended for families.

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