land approaches half an acre and comes with planning permission for a unique family home.
Often estate agents rely on still photography, sometimes from a mast to provide elevated photos, but the drone, which can fly up to 400ft (125m), offers a real bird’s-eye view.
“The drone tour truly showcases the secluded spot and beautiful views this lot offers,” added Simon.“Plus it gives prospective buyers a first-hand look and view of the land from the comfort of their own home, via a desktop computer or mobile device; giving them a much better idea of whether the location is right for them before they attend a viewing appointment.”
Other lots going under the hammer at Romans’ auction include a detached house on Bath Road in Taplow, a vacant bungalow on Peppard Road in Clayton. Sonning Common, and several terraced properties in prime commuter locations in the south east.
To see the drone tour for the land in Wooburn Green and for details and viewing times for all of the properties listed in Romans’ May auction, visit: romans.co.uk/auctions.
If you are thinking of selling your property Romans is inviting entries for its fourth auction of the year on 14 July. Call the team to see if selling by auction would be the best method for your property on 01344 988 728.
HERE is a great selection of properties in desirable locations at Romans’ third auction of the year, including a superb building plot in Wooburn Green which can be viewed online via a drone tour.
The auction takes place next Wednesday (18 May) at the Green Park Conference Centre in Reading.
“We launched our innovative drone tour service last year focusing on traditional residential properties, and as far as we are aware, this is the first drone tour of an auction lot,” commented Simon Clayton, Romans’ auctions director.
The plot of land is located at Paddock View on Rivers Edge just 2.5 miles from Beaconsfield.With a guide price of £580,000 this is an exceptional opportunity to build your own home in a stunning location.The BIRD’S EYE VIEW: A drone tour of this half-acre plot of land near Beaconsfield is the ideal way to see the stunning views it offers.The plot is up for auction with Romans with planning permission for a family home. BELOW: Romans auctions director Michael
BIDS IN: Romans’ auctions director Michael Clayton.