Rare Opportunity of a Desirable Woodland Plot in Bucklebury with Planning Permission for Impressive New Home
A superb secluded plot is available in the sought after village of Bucklebury in the Royal County of Berkshire. The plot is surrounded by well-established woodland to its perimeter and accessed via a private gravel driveway leading from the acclaimed tree lined Chapel Row Avenue. The plot is completely private from the highway.
The site is ideally located for the local top rated schools and colleges including Pangbourne, Bradfield, Padworth and Elstree School. There is an excellent pub/restaurant, village shop and doctors surgery all within walking distance. It is only a short drive to the M4 (Junction 12) linking to London, Reading & Oxford.
The plot is approximately 0.13 hectares, which easily accommodates the proposed new dwelling while still allowing for substantial recreational garden space. Potential to increase the size of the new home is currently underway with an appeal in place.
Not only is the plot rare in that it is located in such a desirable village location linked with recent royal connections, but in that it will have planning permission already in place allowing the new owners to commence the building works immediately.
In addition to this very unique and exciting opportunity for potential self-builders, the purchaser will be offered a full build service from a local well established timber frame home builder who can provide a complete turnkey package using all local businesses, looking after the full build on your behalf. Alternatively, a bespoke package can be offered whereby the keen self-builder can carry out some of the works themselves with optional assistance from the timber frame supplier and their own selected tradesmen.
With so much potential, this plot offers a fantastic opportunity to both first time and experienced self-builders, we expect that it will have lots of interest and therefore, may not be available for long.