Savills | Checkendon, Henley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG8 0QS | Property for sale
0.60 Ac(0.24 Ha)
Guide price £500,000

CheckendonHenley-On-Thames, Oxfordshire, RG8 0QS

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Cash purchasers only
  • Characterful former Grade II Listed public house
  • Planning permission P18/S1621/FUL granted and implemented
  • Delightful village location, with local amenities close by
  • Plot approximately 0.6 of an acre
  • No onward chain

Grade II Listed, former public house with planning permission.

About this property

  • The Four Horseshoes is a Grade II Listed former public house, that is believed to date back to the 17th century. Planning permission has been recently granted P18/S1621/FUL to extend and re-develop The Four Horseshoes into a modern family home. Full details can be found at

    To the front of the property there is space for off street parking. There is a garden to the back of the property that was formerly part of the pub garden and is mainly laid to lawn with established trees. There is an extensive area that was formerly the pub car park that is ideal to be landscaped for additional garden or parking. The Four Horse Shoes offers an excellent opportunity to re develop. In total the plot is approximately 0.6 an acre.

    Agents Note
    Due to the condition of the building and grounds, we would advise it not suitable to bring children to viewings.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A fantastic opportunity to convert a former public house into a modern family home.

Charlie ChavasseProperty agent

Local information

  • The village of Checkendon is set on the edge of the Chilterns which is surrounded by the most glorious countryside. The village has a thriving pre-school and primary school, post office, village hall and a 12th century church.
  • The nearby market towns of Wallingford and Henley-on-Thames, both with prime river frontage to the River Thames, offer extensive shopping, recreational and educational facilities. There is a mainline train service from Goring and Streatley station (via Reading) to London Paddington.
  • The major commercial centres of Oxford and Reading may be reached by a convenient network of A roads, in turn giving access to the M4 and M40, the closest junctions being M4 J12 and M40 J4 & J5.
  • The surrounding countryside enjoys miles of outstanding riding and walking.

Additional information

  • Directions: From our office in Bell Street proceed left and continue along the river front. At the traffic lights, turn right into Hart Street continuing straight on at the traffic lights. Proceed out of Henley on Thames up Gravel Hill. Continue on this road through Greys Green and continue until you reach a T-junction. Turn right towards Nettlebed. Pass through Satwell and Highmoor. Take the next left towards Witheridge Hill/Checkendon/Stoke Row. Go through Stoke Row passing the village green on the right and a garage on the left. Continue onward through the village and turn left into Uxmore Lane. Proceed down the lane, passing the houses on the left hand side and as you go down the dip continue into and through the village of Checkendon. Leaving the village, The Four Horseshoes can be found on the left hand side on the corner of Deer's Lane.
  • EPC Exempt