Much of Witheridge Hill and Witheridge Hill Common, a mixture of woodlands and grasslands, surrounds and is adjacent to a number of private properties. The area is roughly bordered by roads and farmland to the north. The common is approximately 450 feet above sea level and overlooks a small valley that stretches southwards past Kingwood Common and across the centre of Peppard Common. It comprises 22 acres and in the past was used as grazing land, but is now covered mostly with beech, oak and wild cherry and provides a good habitat for wildlife.