- A fabulous building plot extending to 0.80 acres
- Highly sought after rural hamlet, close to the picturesque market town of Thame
- Current planning permission for a four bedroom detached property
- Designed by the award winning Lynn Palmer architects
- London Marylebone in just 37 minutes
- Outstanding position with views
A prime building plot with planning consent to construct a fabulous detached house approaching 2,000 sq.ft, enjoying a stunning position along a quiet no-through lane.
The existing site is located on the fringe of this fabulous rural hamlet, adjoining countryside to the rear and offering views of the Chiltern hills to the front, whilst just a short distance from the picturesque market town of Thame and offering good connections to the M40 for access into London. Moreton is a small and picturesque hamlet, comprising a collection of beautiful period properties including a number of farm buildings.
The building plot is offered with full planning permission to construct a generous four bedroom detached property, designed by the award winning architect Lynn Palmer. The property features generous open plan living, including a substantial open plan kitchen/dining room opening to a family room with fully glazed doors. The bedroom accommodation includes a magnificent master bedroom suite with a walk in dressing room and bathroom, with three further bedrooms all enjoying en-suite facilities. The accommodation is designed around a stunning central courtyard, with further generous gardens.
The total plot extends to approximately 0.8 acres in total, with off street parking for ample vehicles and a good degree of privacy encompassing the property.
This is a most unique opportunity to acquire a prime building plot, located within a stunning rural setting offering excellent connections to London. Whilst the current scheme provides consent for a generous single storey contemporary home, this fabulous plot offers potential to return to planning and re-design to create something more individual to your requirements (subject to planning permission)