The Common is in three sections separated by country lanes and provides a natural habitat for a variety of plants and wildlife. It is crossed by well-trodden paths and is an attractive place to walk. The Chiltern Woodlands Project helps the Parish Council manage the wood.
Commonwood House, built in 1932 in a mock Tudor style, faces the common. Parts of the exterior are redbrick and timber framed with other parts having a rendered textured finish. The roof has several peaks which are likened to that of a Gambrel shape. It was built from mostly reclaimed materials.
There are some 30 miles of footpaths within the Parish and these are well used by local people and visitors. The six Commons in Sarratt can be viewed as part of a very pleasant circular walk comprising of a combination of paths and country lanes. The circular walk passes close to three pubs.
Car parking is available in Sarratt.
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