- Grade II listed 18th century mill house
- Six bedrooms, four bathrooms
- Nine acre plot
- Annexe potential
- Indoor swimming pool
- Range of outbuildings
- River meadow and woodland
- Rural location
Radclive Mill has features which include fireplaces and exposed beams and timbers, and also has annexe potential. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, two cloakrooms, five reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, a larder, a utility room, six bedrooms, four bathrooms and first floor attic and study. There is also a range of outbuildings and an indoor swimming pool complex.
Radclive Mill was formerly a mill and a miller's house which have been converted into a single dwelling. The property dates back to the 18th century, but the original mill is mentioned in the Doomesday Book as once being part of the Oxford New College estates.
The entrance hall has an oak staircase to the first floor. There is also a two piece cloakroom and a door to the dining hall.
The dining hall has a brick fireplace with a limestone hearth and access to the rear lobby which has a further staircase to the first floor. There is also a door to the drawing room. The drawing room has a fireplace with a limestone hearth, and double doors opening to the rear garden. The rear lobby provides access to the snug which has an inglenook fireplace with an original mill stone hearth and an inset wood burner. The garden room has a ceramic tiled floor and a door to the wine store. A door leads into the games room that has a vaulted ceiling, exposed timbers and beams, a storage cupboard and a two piece cloakroom. The games room offers potential for an annexe.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room and Utility Room
The kitchen/breakfast room has wooden flooring. It also has two sinks and a comprehensive range of storage units incorporating larder cupboards, space for a Range cooker, an integrated electric oven and space for appliances. The utility room houses the ground source heat pump for the houe and the swimming pool, and an oil boiler. There is also a stainless steel sink and drainer and space for appliances. There is also a walk-in larder.
Stairs from the main entrance hall lead to the master bedroom which has exposed timbers and beams and an en-suite bathroom with a WC, a wash basin, a panelled bath and a separate shower. There is also a walk through wardrobe area leading to a room which is currently used as a study and which, in turn, provides access to an attic room. The guest bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with a WC, a wash basin, a bidet and a panelled bath. Bedroom three also has an en-suite bathroom with a WC, a wash basin, a bidet and a panelled bath. There is a further double bedroom which has stairs leading to the rear garden. The family bathroom has a WC, a wash basin, a panelled bath and a shower.
The landing has built-in wardrobes and doors to two double bedrooms.
The gardens and grounds have a variety of areas including formal lawns with the mill race cutting through, and a south west terrace adjacent to the rear of the house which incorporates a dining area which can be covered. There is an orchard and meadow beyond the lawns that have the potential for equestrian use.
Outbuildings and Leisure Complex
There are a variety of outbuildings. These include the leisure complex which has a heated swimming pool, a sauna, a utility area, a shower room, a two piece cloakroom and a boiler room.
Radclive is located off the A421, 2 miles west of the market town of Buckingham where there is a range of shopping and leisure facilities. These include health clubs, parks, a golf club and a swimming pool complex as well as primary schools, a secondary school and the Royal Latin Grammar School. A more comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities can be found approximately 15 miles away in Milton Keynes. The village of Radclive is within a conservation area and was recorded in the Domesday Book. It has a range of period houses, and Radclive Manor is centrally located near the church.