An area of land amounting to around ½ acre, reasonably level and, although extremely overgrown at present, there would be distant, elevated rural views beyond the rear boundary over part of the Chiltern Hills. The front boundary amounts to approximately 339’ (103.39m), fronting on to the quiet lane through this much sought after village.
An area of land amounting to around ½ acre, reasonably level and, although extremely overgrown at present, there would be distant, elevated rural views beyond the rear boundary over part of the Chiltern Hills. The front boundary amounts to approximately 339’ (103.39m), fronting on to the quiet lane through this much sought after village.There is no Planning Permission for any development, but there are some slight remains of a ruin of a former dwelling.There is a brief planning history through Wycombe District Council, which is accessible via the Internet. Their plans show the plot in two sections. Land Registry confirm it as all one plot.NB. A specialised Land Survey of this site has not been carried out due to the intense flora and fauna. Consequently, all measurements are approximate and should be checked. Caution should be exercised if physically investigating the plot and prospective purchasers or any of their advisors do so at their own risk.
Approximately 150m (about 492’) above sea level, opposite what was The Walnut Tree pub, now closed, set high on the Chiltern Hills designted as being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, some three miles from Henley-on-Thames and seven miles from Marlow.
None available on site at present, but properties in the village have mains water and electricity.
Wycombe District Council (Tel: 01401 461000).
From Henley-on-Thames, proceed North towards Marlow on the A4155 approximately 1½ miles. Turn left opposite Toad Hall Garden Centre into Ice House Lane and at the top of the hill turn right into Dobsons Lane, towards Fawley Green, passing the Church on the left hand side. Continue on after the Village Hall, bearing left beyond Fawley Green triangle and Benhams Lane. Continue along Roundhouse Lane and the site will be found on the right hand side, after about 250 yards and immediately opposite what was the Walnut Tree Public House which is now boarded up.From Marlow on the A4155, proceed towards Henley through Medmenham and Mill End. A short distance beyond the Business College on the left hand side, turn right into Benhams Lane, signposted to Fawley. At the top of this narrow country lane turn right into Roundhouse Lane and the site will be approximately 250 yards on the right hand side, opposite the former Walnut tree Public House which is now boarded up.