Overgrown land near a pub with Harry Potter links is set to go under the gavel soon.

The land located just metres away from the Royal Standard of England pub in Forty Green is due to be sold on auction. 

The piece of land off Brindle Lane is among 178 lots due to be auctioned on Wednesday September 20 by Clive Emson Land and Property Auctioneers.

The approximately one-acre plot with a freehold will have a guide starting price of £30,000, the auctioneers said. 

Bucks Free Press: The land at the rear of the Royal Standard pubThe land at the rear of the Royal Standard pub (Image: Clive Emson Land and Property Auctioneers)

Clive Emson’s regional director and auctioneer Paul Bridgeman said: “This parcel of land is roughly triangular in shape and sits on the northern boundary of The Royal Standard of England Public House and car park.

“Approximately one acre, the land is currently overgrown but can be accessed via a right-of-way through the pub car park.

“The land is situated in the village of Forty Green, just south of Penn and north-west of Beaconsfield. There is a railway station in Beaconsfield and access to the M40 Motorway at either junctions 2 or 3.”

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The Royal Standard pub with its impressive decor was used as a film set of Harry Potter and in the filming of Afterlife by Ricky Gervais

Potential buyers can view the site during daylight hours and “taking care to avoid trespass en-route,” the auctioneers’ website said.

“Viewing is at the sole risk of the viewer,” they warned.

The land enjoys right of way access through the car park at the rear of the Royal Standard pub. 

The auction will take place online and interested buyers should register their details here