Savills | Green End Road, Radnage, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4BY | Property for sale
2.50 Ac(1.01 Ha)
Excess of £750,000

Green End RoadRadnage, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4BY

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in October 2021
  • Superb views set in about in 2.5 acres
  • Potential opportunity to build a 5 bedroom house
  • Currently has planning for a 3 bed dwelling
  • Planning Ref. Numbers: 19/07406/FUL and 20/05934/FUL

Fantastic opportunity to purchase a building plot to build a new build 5 bedroom residence set in about 2.5 acres.

About this property

  • Planning has been granted for a new build single storey 3 bedroom residential dwelling. A pre-application has been submitted to convert the car port area into habitable accommodation and increase to a 5 bedroom residential dwelling. This has been agreed in principle with Buckinghamshire County Council, but a revised application will need to be submitted by the buyer.

    The current site comprises of 3 barns which will need to be demolished.

    Planning Application No's: 19/07406/FUL and 20/05934/FUL

    Proposed Accommodation
    Open plan kitchen/breakfast area
    Living/dining area
    Utility room
    Principal bedroom with en suite
    Guest bedroom with en suite
    Third bedroom with en suite
    Two further bedrooms
    Family shower room

    Middle Barns is approached via electrically operated timber gates onto a long sweeping shared driveway which provides access to four properties (including this plot).

    The proposed development driveway will offer ample parking for multiple vehicles.

    The plot is currently boarded by fences to the front and sides and opens up onto paddock land to the rear (including a field shelter).

Perfect if you are looking for a development plot with stunning views.

Ben DommettProperty agent

Local information

  • Stokenchurch 2.5 miles, (M40 J5) 3.5 miles, High Wycombe 5.5 miles, Heathrow (J5) 31 miles, central London (Baker Street) 40 miles. Distances are approximate.
  • Situated in the attractive village of Radnage, privately positioned at the end of a shared drive. The proposed development is ideally placed for commuting into London via the M40 and there are regular train services to London Marylebone from High Wycombe (trains from 28 minutes at the time of writing).
  • Radnage enjoys a local pub, The Crown, and a restaurant, The Mash Inn, while local shops, supermarket, garage and other services are available in Stokenchurch.
  • The larger town of High Wycombe offers more comprehensive facilities. The area is renowned for its choice and standard of education, with Buckinghamshire being one of the last counties to maintain the traditional grammar school system. In addition, there is a local, well regarded primary school in Radnage.

Additional information

  • Agents Note: These particulars and CGI images are intended only as a guide and for illustrative purposes.
  • Directions: From central London take the M40 north, leaving at Junction 5. Turn right towards Stokenchurch, go straight through the town, then turn left onto Mudds Bank. Proceed for 1½ miles onto City Road and turn right onto Green End Road. The entrance gates which have ‘Ashridge Farm' set into the walls can be found on the right.