For Sale Under Offer £85,000
Witheridge Wood is close to the thriving village of Stoke Row in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has a shop/post office, garage, primary school, church, two award winning gastro pubs/restaurants, an unusual landmark - The Maharajah's Well and recreation ground with cricket pavilion and tennis courts. The surrounding country side provides a wealth of walks and horse riding and the comprehensive leisure and shopping facilities of Henley (8miles) and Reading (10 miles) are conveniently close with swift railway services to London Paddington (approx. 45 and 25 mins respectively). By road the M4 J8/9 is approx. 15 miles and M40 J6 approx. 10 miles.
Witheridge Wood is 6 acres of open woodland, close to the village of Stoke Row. Predominantly beech trees intersperced with oak, ash, silver birch, wych elm, field maple and wild cherry.
The whole woodland has a high conservation value and is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. The area is almost square and to the north and east are bounded by the public highway. The diverse ground flora contains over 40 species normally associated with ancient woodland in Southern Britian, including one species afforded special protection under Schedule 8 of the 1981 Wildlife and Countryside Act.
Oxfordshire District Council 01491 577909.
From the centre of Henley proceed through the Market Place and up Gravel Hill passing the town Hall on your right. Continue on for approximately 4 miles until the T-junction at Bolts Cross. Turn right and at Highmore Village Hall turn left towards Stoke Row and follow the road towards Stoke Row. Using the Sat Nav will take you close to the entrance, please do not park at this point, there is a wide verge opposite the wood halfway along the frontage.