Land for saleRiverside Amenity Plot, Streatley on Thames
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RIVERSIDE AMENITY LAND - TITLE NO: BK381630
STREATLEY ON THAMES – WEST BERKSHIRE
Goring On Thames Station (Paddington in under the hour) – 1 mile Pangbourne – 4 miles Reading – 11 miles
M4 At Theale (Junction 12) – 9 miles Wallingford - 4.5 miles
Oxford – 20 miles Newbury – 13 miles
Occupying a scenic setting on the edge of this Berkshire Downland village designated an AONB, a rarely available riverside amenity plot of approximately 1.4 acres and approximately 265 ft direct river frontage, within easy reach of both the amenities within the village itself and the historic High Street leading down to the River Thames and the extensive amenities and mainline railway station found in Goring on Thames providing access to London Paddington in under the hour.
Mature Riverside Amenity Land
Approximately 1.4 acres
Approximately 265 ft river frontage
The much prized village of Streatley on Thames occupies a scenic location at the foot of the Berkshire Downs where it meets the River Thames at an historic crossing point with the larger village of Goring on the opposite bank in Oxfordshire which has the Chiltern Hills behind, the area designated an ‘AONB’.
There are excellent road communications with easy access to Reading, Oxford, Newbury, and the M4. Goring has a mainline station providing commuter services up to London (Paddington) in well under the hour.
Goring itself offers a wide selection of shops and services including a Bank, Health and Dental Surgeries, Riverside Bistro/Café, a Boutique Hotel and a range of Restaurants and Olde Worlde Inns.
Streatley also boasts a highly rated Primary School and is in the catchment area for the much acclaimed Downs School in Compton. There are also a notable variety of renowned Private Schools in the local area. On the Riverside is the 4 star Swan Hotel which has ‘fine dining’ and a Fitness/Leisure Club.
Close by is the historic old market town of Wallingford granted a Charter in 1155 by Henry II, and just to the South is the bustling riverside village of Pangbourne where the author of ‘Wind in the Willows’, Kenneth Graham, lived.
Delightfully situated on this idyllic private stretch of a favoured quiet part of the River Thames within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the plot is approached via Reading Road where vehicular access can be gained to a 5 bar gated entrance opening through to park-like gardens enjoying glorious open views. The 1.4 acre plot gently slopes away, opening around to the left and right with a wooded escarpment separating the upper gardens from the lawns below leading onto the river itself with a private frontage of approximately 265 ft.
Title No: BK381630
Services: Main services in road for connection by permission of the relevant provider.
Nearest Postcode: RG8 9NA
Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone: 01635 42400
From our offices in the centre of Goring turn left and proceed down the High Street crossing over the river bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street. Turn left at the traffic lights and continue for approximately 0.7 miles, where the entrance to the land will be found on the left hand side, opposite a property called Linden Cottage.
Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co
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