Situated just outside the city in the beautifully green area of Boars Hill, its elevated position provides wonderful views of Oxford’s ‘dreaming spires’.
Local facilities are found in the nearby village of Wootton with more comprehensive facilities in Abingdon and, about four miles to the north-east of Boars Hill, Oxford offers extensive recreational, retail and internationally renowned cultural facilities in addition to Oxford University and the many colleges and institutions and science, research and technology industries established in its wake.
Foxcombe Hall was constructed in the 1890’s; an extension was added in 1965. The buildings were substantially refurbished by The Open University in late 1976.
The buildings are situated in some 16 acres of gardens and woodlands.
Foxcombe Hall comprises of the original hall dating from the 1890’s together with further 20th Century additions. It is a substantial campus site currently offering 38,750 sq ft, (3,600 sq m) of built space, standing in 6.17 hectare of landscaped grounds including formal Italianate style gardens, with terraces and balustrades, and a lake.