Woodlands For Sale North Wales
Sarn Wood, Sarn, near Newtown, Powys. 5.01 acres (approx.) of mixed broadleaved woodland £25,000 freehold [#261].
|Summary:||A very quiet and secluded broadleaved woodland with a lively stream, nestling in the hills on the border of Wales and England.|
Sarn Wood is an interesting little valley woodland sheltering in the Sarn Hills on the border between Powys and Shropshire. It contains a huge variety of broadleaved trees of a very wide age range. There are large mature Poplars, Oaks, Sycamores and Ash trees, with plentiful smaller trees coming up including Hazel, Thorn, Alder, Willow and Birch. There are also occasional Spruce, Douglas Fir and Larch.
The stream rums down through the middle of the woodland from south to north, and is fast flowing in winter.
Access is good, with a hard road all the way to the woodland entrance from the end of the tarmac road, continuing down to the stream and then all the way to the southern boundary. A small amount of vegetation clearance and one culvert pipe would reinstate the track to good condition.
The track on the eastern boundary is the route of the Kerry Ridgeway. This is an ancient drovers and traders path that runs from Kerry village all the way to Bishops Castle, through some spectacular countryside.
Sarn village sits on the A489, about 7 miles east of Newtown.
In the village you need to take the turning south that runs along the side of the school.
About 0.6 miles down this road you take the second turning right at a red telephone box.
Drive 0.4 miles up this narrow road to where the tarmac road ends at a bungalow called Cwm Melangell.
From here you continue straight on up the stone-surfaced road. This is passable for two wheel drive cars, but easier in 4x4s.
OS Landranger Series sheet: 137.
Woodland entrance: SO 210 892.
Centre of wood: SO 209 888.
Nearest postcode: SY16 4HH.
The western boundary is the edge of the forest road. It is not fenced.
The southern boundary is initially indicated at the eastern end by a wooden post with an orange painted top. Further down the slope the boundary runs through several humps of earth with conifer trees planted on them.
The eastern boundary is the edge of the track.
The northern boundary is an agricultural style fence.
|Sporting Rights:||The woodland comes with full sporting rights.|
These are owned and included in the sale except where reserved by statute.
|Rights of Way:||
There is no public access in the woodland.
There are no known fencing liabilities.
You are welcome to view this woodland at any time during daylight hours. We do ask that you print these particulars and take them with you, mainly so you can correctly identify the boundaries and access points.
Once you have seen this woodland, you can contact us by telephone on 01248 364362, or by email at email@example.com.
|How to Buy this Woodland:||
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