Faringdon is a thriving historic market town set in the beautiful South West Oxfordshire countryside. Famous for its ‘Folly’ constructed on the site of an Anglo-Saxon fort in 1935 by the writer, composer and ‘bon viveur’, Lord Berners, Faringdon has many local places of interest to visit and is well situated for easy access to Oxford, Cirencester, The Cotswolds, The Thames, Wantage, Abingdon and Witney. It boasts a variety of accommodation and many restaurants and pubs for good food. Excellent fast route access via the A420 Oxford – Swindon link where a regular route 66 bus service commutes every half an hour and through the town.
A variety of schools are available locally.
"Just a quick mail to thank you for the professional and dedicated manner in which Kennet Close was sold. Plus a Thank you for being involved with the purchase of Warmans close via the not so professional agent in Didcot! (Holding my self back on that subject) I would have sent a mail earlier but unfortunately, Warmans wasn't left to us in a particularly great condition. Although after clearing away the grime and much DIY the house is starting to show it'self as a lovely place to live. Thank you again."