Tranquil Wood, Rhewl, near Ruthin, Denbighshire. 2.37 acres of medal-winning hardwoods for £26,500 (freehold) [#A903]
Mature sycamore, ash and cherry on very gentle slopes and a vigorous mixed-species under-storey, with vibrant ground flora and excellent hard road access in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd, North Wales.
OS Landranger map: Sheet 116.
National Grid Ref:
- Visitor parking: SJ 104 600.
- Wood centre: SJ 104 601.
Nearest postcode: LL15 2UA.
This postcode will take you to the local area but may not take you to the woodland. You will need to use the location plan and directions as well.
Tranquil Wood lies just above the village of Rhewl in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd approximately midway between Denbigh and Ruthin. The wood is served by an excellent hard road which connects directly with the A525. This in turn links with the A55 dual carriageway some 20 minutes to the north, offering easy access from the North West via the M56 motorway.
The Wood lies amidst the lower pastures of the Vale of Clwyd, beneath the hills of the Clwydian Range on ground with just enough slope to ensure good drainage. Add in the fertile alkaline soils and good shelter and you have one of the very best sites for growing hardwoods in North Wales.
This medal-winning wood contains quality multi-aged hardwoods which testify to many years’ careful management. All species on site are growing vigorously and with good form. The ash are particularly suited to these conditions and they now form a fine over-storey of mature clean stems, along with some equally notable cherry and sycamore. Some of these valuable stems are ready to harvest but thanks to the sheltered and wind-firm site an owner may instead choose to enjoy the pleasure of their stature in-situ. If the choice is made to harvest, then the under-storey of regenerating and planted stems promise an abundant successional crop reducing the need for costly restocking.
Scattered through the wood there are also a few oak stems plus small coupes of ash and cherry aged between 10 and 20 years. These young trees are growing strongly with excellent form and would benefit from some high pruning to optimise their potential. In the sub-canopy there is a light shrub layer dominated by hazel and occasional holly. The floor is characteristic of long-established woodland supporting a variety of woodland flowers including wood anemone, dog’s mercury, bluebell, and ferns, along with a broad fauna of badgers, foxes, bats, buzzards and a wide range of woodland songbirds encouraged by a number of bird-boxes.
Tranquil Wood has pretty much everything - excellent access, privacy, gentle terrain, quality stems, beauty, habitat and first class amenity….plus an affordable price ticket.
If It Were Mine
I’d be a very happy chap!
To View This Woodland
You are welcome to view this woodland at any time during daylight hours. We do ask that you download a copy of these particulars and take them with you, mainly so you can correctly identify the boundaries and access points.
Residential Planning Permission
You are extremely unlikely to get residential planning permission for this woodland.
Directions & Access
- Leave the A55 at St Asaph and head south on the A525.
- After Denbigh continue on this road for a further 4½ miles to the small village of Rhewl.
- Just before the village take the first right after the 40mph sign (immediately before a stone cottage and before crossing the bridge), via a concrete apron (A) onto a stone track that runs up the hill between avenue trees.
- Continue uphill between fields for 350 metres and then into the wood at the top.
- Continue a further 200 metres through the wood and park in the large hard-standing area to the right (B) just before the track re-enters fields. I’m sorry but we do not give out keys for viewing.
- Take the right hand of the two gates and walk down the track for about 130 metres until you see a line of red-topped posts running into the wood on your right (C on plan).
- Tranquil Wood is on your right after this point.
- The north boundary (DE) is the south side of the soft track marked by white-topped posts.
- The southeast boundary (EC) is defined a line of red-topped posts.
- The southwest boundary (CD) is the northeast side of the hard track.
The sporting rights are included and are not let.
The mineral rights are included except where reserved by statute.
Rights Of Way
- There is a right of access for all purposes to the property via the track ABCD.
- Maintenance of all shared tracks is according to use.
- There are no public rights of way within the woodland.
There are no fencing obligations.
There are some restrictive covenants to protect the woodland and the environment. Please click on the button below to view these.
How To Buy
A visit to the woodland is essential before you confirm that you wish to buy it. We reserve the right to refuse to sell any woodland to purchasers who have not been to see it first.
Once you have decided that you want to buy a woodland, you need to confirm this with us as soon as possible. Our policy is not to negotiate on price. The advertised price is the sale price. However, once you have written to us confirming that you want to buy a woodland, we will take the woodland off the market and we will not accept any other offer.
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Maps & Plans
Plans, areas and particulars are for reference only. They have been carefully checked by us but we cannot guarantee their accuracy and they do not form a part of any contract. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves, and we will give as much help as possible with all information we have available.
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