“ We would love to offer our family home as a location for filming, especially in the light of having experienced a television documentary being filmed here on three occasions during 2013. The film crew found the features of Bayworth Cleave particularly picturesque, and we feel our home would lend itself well to television drama. ”

Tim & Jax Edwards

Architectural History

Bayworth Cleave was formerly an Edwardian Manor House, built in 1905. The house was split into two properties in the 1980s. The interiors were fully renovated in 2000s, as were the converted outbuildings adjacent to the house. The spacious and attractive garden was sympathetically restored in 2012.

Architectural Features

Mock Tudor English Renaissance Oxford Vernacular former manor house, with Arts & Crafts style outbuilding. Red brick construction with gabled roof. Red terracotta floor tiles in hallway and country style kitchen with an Aga. Spacious and attractive interiors which would lend themselves to a variety of periods. Crenellated porch. Five bar entrance gate.

Filming Attributes

Bayworth Cleave is in a rural location, with access via a private drive. Hard standing area for accommodating unit bases and vehicles. Mobile reception and WiFi internet connections are available.


Special Considerations

  • Accommodate Unit Base
  • Night Shoots
  • Remote Area
  • Weekend Shoots


Bayworth Cleave is set on Lodge Hill in South Oxford and is surrounded by expansive countryside. Parterre garde, as well as an acre of levelled landscaped gardens. 5 minutes to local train station, and 1 hour by train from London Paddington. Excellent transport links into Oxford, Reading and Central London, both by rail and road.

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Email: info@heritage4media.com