Cobstones, Turville

James Butler, Senior Sales Manager, Hamptons Henley says: “A rare property set in the heart of the most charming of villages of the Hambleden Valley, Richard’s photography  captured its unique position perfectly”.

Exterior and interior photography was undertaken by Richard Dean including a rear Hi Level / Elevated photography to show the barn and the surrounding rural countryside.

Cobstones, Turville, Henley-on-Thames, Buckinghamshire. A lovely detached barn, with outstanding views of the village church, farmland and Cobstone windmill. Set within secluded grounds of three quarter of an acre, in the centre of the with  a self-contained annexe, triple garage and barn outbuilding.

Summary of Accommodation Main HouseDouble Height Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study,  Kitchen / Breakfast Room / Family Room / Playroom, 2 Cloakrooms, Utility Room,  Boot / Store Room, Master Bedroom Suite, 4 Further Bedrooms, Family BathroomOutsideSecond Barn Outbuilding, Detached Double Garage, Summer House. Self-Contained Flat: Sitting Room / Office, Kitchen, Bedroom, Shower Room. Landscaped Gardens (Plot 0.75 Acre), Gated Private Driveway. Views of Village, Farmland and Windmill. In all about 4148 sq ft on 0.75 acre.

The barn is tucked away in the heart of the Hambleden Valley,  in the beautiful village of Turville. The architecture of the village dates back to the 16th century, with St Mary the Virgin church being the heart of this close knit community and Cobstone Windmill on the ridge, featured  in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.


Turville is a village in Buckinghamshire, England. It is in the Chiltern Hills, five miles west of High Wycombe and five miles north of Henley-on-Thames. The name is Anglo-Saxon in origin and means ‘dry field’. It was recorded in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in 796 as Thyrefeld.